Familiar with any Limited Edition Picture Disc CD's???

Familiar with any Limited Edition Picture Disc CD's???

Postby tat2grrl77 » Wed Nov 11, 2009 2:08 pm

:?: Heya! I've been holding on to 2 Limited Edition GD Picture CD's for some time now and cannot find ANYONE that's even heard of them, much less their approx. value...here's the descriptions (if anyone can help me???): :?

:smile: 1~ Blues For Allah GDPD 4001
:smile: 2~ Wake of the Flood (with Bob Weir's name misprinted in the sleeve) GDPD 4002


I appreciate any and all help on this!! :smile:

Thanks much,
~katee~
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Re: Familiar with any Limited Edition Picture Disc CD's???

Postby jdsmodulus » Wed Nov 11, 2009 2:12 pm

Those are out there, I would just make sure that they are not "bootlegged" I have a real without a net that has clowns on it it was the first run CDs I think. Value would be what someone would pay, its hard to say in the digital age. can you post any pics?
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Re: Familiar with any Limited Edition Picture Disc CD's???

Postby deadguise » Wed Nov 11, 2009 3:14 pm

(with Bob Weir's name misprinted in the sleeve)


I'm dying to find out how they misprinted Weir...
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Re: Familiar with any Limited Edition Picture Disc CD's???

Postby phpbb » Wed Nov 11, 2009 3:41 pm

Not sure if these are correct, but the numbers match. It looks like they are UK released CD's (which could explain the misspelling) ...

Blues For Allah - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4001, Grateful Dead Records) This UK-released CD has the fiddler from the album cover printed on the CD. The booklet includes the lyrics.

Wake Of The Flood - Grateful Dead (GDPD 4002, Grateful Dead Records) This UK released CD has the album cover artwork printed on the CD. The booklet includes in the lyrics.
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