Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but...
I'm wondering what an original soundtrack with a manufacturer's labeling error might sell for. Would this cause a stir???
The reason why I'm asking is that back around '86 I bought a second copy of the Star Wars soundtrack. Obviously this isn't an original pressing run of the album. I bought the second copy because I had played the first set to death.... Now remember the first release the album orders went like this album 1 sides 1 and 3, album 2 sides 2 and 4. The second set I purchased has album one, sides 1 and 2, album 2, sides 3 and 4. The question comes is that on the second album both sides have been labeled side 3 with all the listings for side 3. The album was pressed correctly, just not labeled correctly. These albums have been played twice since they were purchased.