Post by ParanoiaDragon on Feb 6, 2006 17:08:31 GMT -5
Doh, how can you tell it's a bootleg, I mean I'm sure you probably have an original of that, but, for me, what's the differences I should know about? As for bootlegs, I have a few, & when there's an incredible difference in price or just the fact that I can't find an original, I've gotten what I think are bootlegs(usually I can tell by the name of the company that printed it), but I always prefer the real deal
edit-DOH! I just re-read the description & noticed that it said it's made by Sonmay!
Post by Gamemusicfreak on Feb 6, 2006 18:30:36 GMT -5
They are everywhere, if one didn't know the difference, it could be very difficult to tell in some cases. In my years of collecting I have come across several of them. Here's a few bootleg "record labels" to watch out for: Alion Ever Anime SonMay In the case of the Ys V Image Album, they actually listed the correct King Records catalog #, but they also admitted it was a SonMay cd. It was deceptive if you ask me.
blah, i hate pirated stuff like this, when i first started collecting CDs about 5 years ago i bought a few without realizing it, my first copy of Dracula X Nocturne in the Moonlight was a Ever Anime, thankfully my Dracula Battle 2 i bought at the same time was official, if it was not i would have to kill.