White Label Promos are they going to be extinct?

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by MALINO, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. MALINO

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    I've notice toward the end of last year and the beginning
    this year certain label like Soul:R, Signature, Creative Source,
    Critical Recordings, Dispatch Recordings and just recently Frequency and another handful of labels are releasing final copy products with labels and artwork.
    And when you shop online, like on Chemical they are labeling them as Promos.
    To me it doesn't really matter as long as I have the tune on vinyl
    cause I have picked up some tunes on these labels recently, when they were first released.

    Can any of you headz shed some light on this subject.
    I know probably this question has been asked before on this forum, but I missed the thread.It even might be old news.
     
  2. second opinion

    second opinion bacon sarnies hmmmm

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    a lot of labels are releasing limited numbers of (release)promos
    something to do with wanting more artwork for tunes that might only sell a limited number of copies on promo

    meaning attractive cover more sales

    what a load of shit

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