« on: December 05, 2015, 02:44:07 PM »
Both screens above are the same. This proves nothing. I checked Discogs and Jesse Harrison is still credited. Why would you check the Discogs profile right after you posted? You're saying the label re-did the album's profile based on your forum post?
This seems very paranoid.
I'm not on anyone's "side" here but if this issue was being tried in a US court the prosecution wouldn't have jack shit for a case.
I wanted to check discogs because of many of the albums there are more information such as albums notes etc..
it turned out they where the same as in your physical copy.
I posted the posted stated regarding "artwork made in india" that this Jesse is not from india he is from Finland but lives in UK.
After I posted the discogs links they took away jesse harrison from "artwork" and put "arc music ltd" as artwork.
They forgot to change back one of them as you see the one on discogs and the screen I posted does not match.
(I post screen in case they will modify the profile again
They seem to want to cover up the fact that the artwork was made by jesse, because the notes says " art work made in india"
Yet I told you all he lives in UK.
That they change the profile right after I made my post with the discogs links to prove my point and that they monitor this thread closely.
All I can say is it is "suspicious" and "strange"
Well if you one plus 1 one together you realize it all make more sense.
why do they find it so important to write in the notes "covers made in India"
? as you said the covers where not made in india.
"Since we also do this with the Inera label from Ireland, we are happy to announce that we have worked out an agreement with the label managers, Brian (Inera) and Sanjay (Arc), to manufacture the discs for both labels in Ireland. This option improves the logistics of working with both labels, allowing us to efficiently handle disc imports and ensure their availability in our shop."
"el culto exclusively distributes all Inera releases worldwide. As we do the same with the Arc label from India, we have agreed with Brian to manufacture the discs for both labels in Ireland. This option allows us to improve the logistics of working with both labels, allowing us to efficiently handle disc imports and ensure their availability in our shop."