Eartha Kitt – Where Is My Man Scandinavian 4 Track Cd Single Rare Mixes
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Eartha Kitt – Where Is My Man Scandinavian 4 Track Cd Single Rare Mixes:
More ImagesEartha Kitt–Where Is My ManLabel:Mega Records– MRCXCD 2643Format:CD, HouseTracklist1Where Is My Man (Single Mix)3:532Where Is My Man (Club Mix - Radio Edit)3:253Where Is My Man (Extended Mix)6:504Where Is My Man (Mega Bass Mix)5:50
As I no longer collect physical CD's only in digital format I am selling my Collection of Music Here.
Note to Vero participants-if this listing contravenes any ownership rights, please contact me direct and I will remove the listing.
All my CD?S, DVD's, Blu-Ray?s OR LP'S is used and has been played only once or twice and all in mint condition or it may have a few light scratches only.
All CD?s, DVD's, Blu-Ray?s OR LP's are cared and looked after and all cases in protected sleeves.
1. I will ship your item in 48 hours after your payment finished. Normally, it will delivery to you door step about 7 days from we ship.
2. Payment: I accept For UK Buyers Cheque, Postal Orders, PayPal.
For International Buyers PayPal Only and from now I can except payments through PayPal in USA Dollars and in Euros!!!!
Shipping discount: I do combine shipment for the bulk orders. FOR EACH EXTRA CD, DVD OR BLU-RAY £0.75
Items will be shipped as first class register shipping only for UK (no exceptions) :
International will be shipped by register post without exceptions too. (ON REQUEST I CAN POST BY DHL EXPRESS)
Do not ask me to send by ordinary post because I wont do that.
PLEASE WAIT TILL I INVOICE YOU BEFORE PAYING.
PRICE LIST OF PCKING AND POSTAGE ARE:
For UK £3.00 pp
For EU will be £9.00 pp
For the rest of the world £10.00pp
or otherwise will be stated and different due to weight
PAYMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED IN SEVEN DAYS OTHERWISE WILL STRIKE THROUGH RESOLUTION CENTRE AS NON-PAYING ER
THANKS FOR BUYING AND DON?T FORGET TO LOOK FOR OTHER STUFF FOR SALE BECAUSE I AM SELLING MY WHOLE COLLECTION.
To /buyer I bought this CD legitimately and as I am selling it as a second hand offer I do not infringe and copyright laws
Acetate - also known as CD-Writable) are now often produced by record companies prior to, or instead of, distribution of a ?finished? promotional CD. Also known as a CD-R ?acetate?, they got this name when they first appeared as they were the digital technology equivalent of the metal and lacquer ?acetate? discs of the 60?s & 70?s. These were first cut in the studio, direct from the master tape and they enabled the artist, producer or record company executive to hear a track away from the studio Environment almost straightaway; all they needed was a turntable to play the acetate. Nowadays the same theory applies, although on CD-R they can simply play it on their car stereo or personal Walkman! Early U.S. CD-R?s were gold in colour, and usually had simple handwritten artist and title information on the disc and sleeve insert, much like the acetates of previous decades. As technology progressed these discs were customised by the studios using them. They subsequently progressed to the silver and blue discs still in use today. These almost always have computer printed titles on the ?label? side and since duplication techniques have improved they are often a cheaper, and quicker, alternative for record companies to use instead of manufacturing proper compact discs. In extreme cases some CD-R?s may be produced weeks or months before a promotional disc is planned; even before titles, catalogue numbers and release dates have been scheduled. As a result some tracks may be left un-mastered, meaning they have not gone through the final editing process, they could have alternate ?work-in-progress? titles or be somehow different to the final mastered version. Generally, however, they are more likely to be used as a simple promotional format in much the same way that the more traditional promotional CDs are. CD-R?s are usually housed in a plain white titled sleeve which gives just basic information such as artist, title, tracks, running time and record or production company logos; but they can sometimes be issued in a picture sleeve if the final artwork is available. They rarely display a catalogue number. Depending on their intended purpose they can be just 1-track (usually the next single), multiple track album samplers or ?teasers?, full albums, or even multiple discs to promote boxed sets or a back catalogue reissue campaign. They have become ever more collectable in recent years and genuine, early examples have been known to fetch significant sums.