Introspective Test Pressing Clear Vinyl

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Introspective Test Pressing Clear Vinyl

#1 Post by Orbitxxx » Tue 25 Sep 2018, 9:45 pm

The often discussed Introspective Test Pressing on Clear vinyl. Can someone tell me why it has a bar code as my other PSB tests don't have bar codes,
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Re: Introspective Test Pressing Clear Vinyl

#2 Post by agent doris » Wed 03 Oct 2018, 9:36 am

Because someone at the pressing plant simply put some clear vinyls in the press at the end of the run! I don’t see this or the Can you forgive her? coloured vinyls as 100% official. However, that is just my opinion...

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Re: Introspective Test Pressing Clear Vinyl

#3 Post by Piotrek » Wed 13 Feb 2019, 2:47 pm

Agent is correct.
The Introspective clear vinyls were simply done by pressing plant workers for their own amusement. This release was not sanctioned by the Boys or their office, hence why there is no separate catalogue number.
To summerise, this is an unofficial release.
To add to some people's obsession with this "mythical" release, EIL.com have added wood to the fire by claiming out of thin air that there were 10 copies pressed, and it is the rarest PSB release. This was simply done to justify the massive price tag on this bootleg LP they were flogging. At one stage EIL had two copies for sale, clearly having been taken for a ride by profiteering chancers, and failed to explain in a concise manner, how they came to own 20% of the rarest of allegedly rare of PSB collectibles.

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