SLAXL_Rox Posted July 4, 2009 Share Posted July 4, 2009 (edited) ---WARNING: Dumb Questions ---Okay, so apparently I don't know crap about vinyl records, as you are about to find out. :xmassrudolph: *read on*So... I had a few questions. I was at this market-thingy the other day and they had a TON of old vinyl records for sale, and they happened to have one copy of appetite left, and I got it for 5 bucks. Not bad, eh?Anyways, I had a few questions. First of all, how exactly can you tell if the vinyl is an original 1987 copy, or if it's a new re-issued copy? From my understanding, the new re-issued copies have a parental advisory label, and the older ones from the original release do not. Mine does not have the parental-thingy. Ok.So the next question is: (this is where they start getting dumb), why is there a number/serial code type thing written on the actual record itself? I know it's nothing unusual, but I was just wonderin' what was up with that.Also, is there really any significant difference in value from the original released vinyls (1987) and the newly released vinyls?Thanks to anyone who might have some answers/ any information for me. Edited July 4, 2009 by SLAXL_Rox Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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