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What happened with the 7"s?

 

We haven't had anyone complain about the quality of the 7 inches, they took a while because the first test pressings were f-ed, but the actual records play fine and I just checked with our mailorder crew, no complaints so I think you might be referring to the posters that some people got that were mushed in the mail.

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We haven't had anyone complain about the quality of the 7 inches, they took a while because the first test pressings were f-ed, but the actual records play fine and I just checked with our mailorder crew, no complaints so I think you might be referring to the posters that some people got that were mushed in the mail.

Myself and a quite a few other members here received copies that have small BB sized indentations on the A-side which causes the record to skip every 10-30 seconds. I have personally contacted the mail order team and received a replacement copy that has the same issue.

I'm grateful for the replacement but the issue is with the pressing as a whole, luckily I have a playable euro version to listen to.

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Myself and a quite a few other members here received copies that have small BB sized indentations on the A-side which causes the record to skip every 10-30 seconds. I have personally contacted the mail order team and received a replacement copy that has the same issue.

I'm grateful for the replacement but the issue is with the pressing as a whole, luckily I have a playable euro version to listen to.

 

I just played a clear AND a red version of the 7" on our office record player, and there were no skips.  I was worried for a moment because it looked like there is a small indent on the record itself but when it played, no skips - is it possible that it's your player? 

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I just played a clear AND a red version of the 7" on our office record player, and there were no skips. I was worried for a moment because it looked like there is a small indent on the record itself but when it played, no skips - is it possible that it's your player?

It'd be the first time a record wasn't compatible with my turntable. It's no big deal in the long run because I have another way to listen to it, but it is an issue people beside myself are having as well.

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