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Easy-E

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  1. Ah yes thats a possibility! any one else with something a bit more definite?
  2. Hi, I posted this in the Newbies forum but didn't get anywhere Does anyone here know what the E.G. stands for in this set of matrices from a 2nd press 1975 UK PG? SSK 89400 (SS2-200) UK pressing Side One SSK.89400.A E.G. S-4 Side Two SSK.89400.B E.G. S-4 Side Three SSK.89400.C E.G. S-4 Side Four SSK.89400.D E.G. S-2 Thanks in advance
  3. OK so apart from speculation no-one here knows? I may post this in the main forum then.
  4. Thats just it though - there werent multiple pressing plants in the UK at the time - Atlantics were pressed by Polydor right? not EMI or Decca as they have their own telltale signs. Why were a new set of plates made ? Unless it was to make some promo copies to promote it?
  5. Ha! Well that goes without saying The opinion elsewhere is that it stands for : exempli gratia = free sample
  6. Hi, newbie here Does anyone here know what the E.G. stands for in this set of matrices from a 2nd press 1975 PG? SSK 89400 (SS2-200) UK pressing Side One SSK.89400.A E.G. S-4 Side Two SSK.89400.B E.G. S-4 Side Three SSK.89400.C E.G. S-4 Side Four SSK.89400.D E.G. S-2 Thanks in advance
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