Did you perhaps mean pressing?
- n. Plural form of pressing.
“With small-label pressings and Top Ten protest songs, music served as broadsheet and call to action both pro - and anti -.”
“With small-label pressings and Top Ten protest songs, music served as broadsheet and call to action both pro- and anti-.”
“I preferred the stereo pressings so I could pick apart the music tracks with more isolation!”
“BUT you have to order the 2nd pressings that will be available long after you've turned away a small army of potential customers.”
“Saville's elaborate die-cut sleeve for early pressings of New Order's Blue Monday famously lost Factory a couple of pence on each copy sold, a story that Wilson never tired of telling.”
“You know, the stuff old school record stores have up on the wall for $40 to $100... test pressings, mono versions, promo-onlys, out-of-prints...”
“I remember the first pressings of the album came in a butterfly jacket; when you opened it there was a full picture of Michael and the cub tiger.”
“Once the whole-bunch, hand-picked grapes are gently squeezed in membrane presses, the juice is tasted as it comes off the presses and the winemaking team decide where the best quality juice (the cuvée) and any remaining pressings should be allocated for fermentation.”
“In later pressings of the record, Geffen discontinued these notes, which was both a wise and tragic decision.”
“Douglas made several thousand pressings, and when the first batch arrived a couple of weeks later at the Spin-It, it was a big event.”
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