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Hi,



I have a reissue of Dio's The Last in Line,
and on the inside booklet there is no japanese writing whatsoever,just lyrics in english and pictures) I just have have a feeling something is missing.
Which is weird because All other Japan cd's I have,there's usually some Japanese writing in there.
Has anyone else seen this ,(no Japanese text in booklet) and does that indicate this would be a fake? There's nothing else I can point out that would indicate a fake.


Thanks
 
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What label/cat.no is it? Is it this one: http://www.discogs.com/Dio-The-Last-In-Line/release/1981114 ?
 
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