"something just casual and functional" (which internal reference CDs indeed would be, unlike promos) would not need printing on the discs at all — it would be just generic CDRs with marker writing on them like this Bilingual internal reference. In any event, if they went as far as creating fields and checkboxes for the sleeve:Oznerol wrote: ↑Wed 26 Aug 2020, 8:51 pmIf they were created by somebody who wants to create something hat "looks good" would have put more attention to this. But this inconsistencies are normal for somebody who just created them for internal use, with no commercial intentions...something just casual and functional than aesthetically oriented. Even maybe different persons.
— I don't see why they would not make the disc labels consistent too — if they bothered to make them at all.
But then, the seller claims the discs are from 2018. Even if similar discs were indeed created for internal reference in relation to the reissues (which itself is highly doubtful — in 2018 record industry people would just share files/playlists), then it would be no later than December 2017 when the upcoming Actually reissue tracklist had already been decided.