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A very small dilemma considering but I purchased a new copy of Warren Zevons A Suitable Boy yesterday and found on side one the label on record is a Run D.M.C Raising Hell, side one label and all the accompanying tracks etc. The record itself is the WZ 3 tracks as stated on sleeve and plays perfectly.  I will contact store ( very reputable store in Collingwood Melb) and let them know but, what would you do?  keep or return/replace   and why? I personally will prob keep as I will never sell it so not worried about value 2nd hand but I'm not a "collector" or know about these things. Like I said not a big deal just interested as I don't get out much🙂

 

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You would not have any issue with returning the album, as it is a clear case of something not being done right at the factory. If you genuinely don’t care, then you can just leave it alone- it won’t sound any worse! On the other hand, the shop may appreciate knowing and may check any other stock they might have to save complaints from other customers who may not be as relaxed about it as you!

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14 minutes ago, Juzbear said:

You would not have any issue with returning the album, as it is a clear case of something not being done right at the factory. If you genuinely don’t care, then you can just leave it alone- it won’t sound any worse! On the other hand, the shop may appreciate knowing and may check any other stock they might have to save complaints from other customers who may not be as relaxed about it as you!

 Have contacted them and they reiterated that if there are any problems they are happy to replace etc   I'll keep it. It's a super rare version now...I hope lol    It is the mofi Run dmc not a ordinary label😮

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Some collectors might find mis-pressings to a very valuable and desirable item.  You might be able to sell it for a fortune to a super-collector.  Or you might find no-one is interested. 

 

If I had bought it, I would return it, as I would be wanting to listen to both sides of the album I purchased. 

 

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6 hours ago, audiofeline said:

Some collectors might find mis-pressings to a very valuable and desirable item.  You might be able to sell it for a fortune to a super-collector.  Or you might find no-one is interested. 

 

If I had bought it, I would return it, as I would be wanting to listen to both sides of the album I purchased. 

 

Was just the label on side one not the actual pressing. The album is complete to play/listen to.

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