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How significant availability of barcode & Cat# ? 15 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
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I can't find any info on forums so far. How significant is availability of the barcode and Cat# on the silver side of the disc near the centre? So far for me it was only criteria of authenticity of Japan minilps. 100% of my 70 minilps have them. Now I'm looking for UK "Danger Money" out of print and all sellers reporting lack of barcode and cat#. I rejected their offers thinking they're trying to sale fakes. But yesterday I received from Japan Pink Floyd CD "Wish You Were Here" with no b/code and cat#. Now I'm confused was those UK “Dander Money” CDs fakes or barcode is not mandatory on all Japanese releases. Or maybe Pink Floyd I received from Japan is also fake? How can I confirm authenticity if it's no b/core and Cat #? Can somebody clear this up for me please? Appreciate. Alex.
 
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