Frequently Asked Questions
How can I contact Music On Vinyl?
General inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.
If you would like to request certain albums that are no longer available on vinyl (or have never been released on vinyl), e-mail us your suggestions here.
Where can I buy your records?
In many record stores and online stores. Get in touch with your favourite record store and ask them to order your LP. Find a selection of European stores in our store locator! Or try an online search.
Where are Music On Vinyl records manufactured?
Our records are pressed at one of the best vinyl factories in the world based in The Netherlands.
Our mastering engineer has 40 years of experience cutting records for many major artists like Michael Jackson, Alan Parsons Project, Santana, Mother Love Bone, Stone Temple Pilots, Faith No More and many more.
I know an album that desperately needs a reissue. How can I let you guys know?
You can let us know by filling in the request form or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you run contests, give aways etc?
Yes, we do. On our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages we run contests for some really cool stuff. Also, our newsletter recipients get exclusive rights to enter sweepstakes. Sign up for the newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Are Music On Vinyl releases officially licensed?
Yes. We obtain official licenses from a wide range of copyright holders, whether it be major record companies or independent artists who own their own rights.
Where can I find more info on your upcoming releases?
Where can I sign up for the weekly newsletter?
On our homepage you'll find an entry form. Enter your e-mail address and wait for the e-mail in your inbox. Confirm the e-mail and you will receive a weekly update on our latest releases. Your e-mail address will stay confidential.
I have a shop and want to add Music On Vinyl to my assortment. What should I do?
Send us an email on email@example.com and we will forward you to the appropriate distributor for your territory.
Limited editions. I love them but I do not know where to get them. What should I do?
Limited (coloured) pressings are sold to record shops on a first come, first serve basis. The best advice we can give you is: become a regular visitor of a record store near you that sells Music On Vinyl and encourage them to keep you in mind when pre-ordering limited vinyl. And keep checking our Upcoming section on a regular basis, and sign up for our weekly newsletter.
Which masters do you use?
We use the best audio available to cut our records. We receive and use different kinds of masters: analogue tapes, original metal parts, lacquers cut from analogue tapes and high res digital files 192/96khz/24 bit. Music On Vinyl does not use CD's as masters.
Can I buy directly from Music On Vinyl?
No, we don't have a webshop. Our records are available through (specialized and/or online) record stores. Find your nearest store in our store locator!
What do the round coloured icons on the product descriptions mean?
1LP, 2LP, 4x7" etc = Number of units
BX = Box Set
GF = Gatefold sleeve
IN = Insert
4P, 8P... = 4 page insert / 8 page booklet... etc
PI = Printed Innersleeves
CD = Including CD
DL = Download card
RM = Remastered Audio
I work as a journalist, or maintain a well-read blog or website about vinyl. Can we talk promos?
Sure we can. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll take it from there.
How are Music On Vinyl records made?
We've drawn up a nifty article that covers all bases of our record production, includingcutting the masters, galvanic processing, pressing the records, printing and folding the sleeves, packaging and quality control. Read the article here.
What is the reason the colour of my vinyl record looks different compared to the one on the website?
The image on our website is a mock-up and the colour is picked from the website of the pressing plant.
Standard colours: Light coloured vinyl can show spots or clouds, even if the press is cleaned prior to pressing.
Mixed colours: In the beginning of the run the record might turn out different than in the end of the run. There's not much we can do about it, the factory can't guarantee the outcome of the colours when we order a mixed colour. This can differ per mix, but also per batch of coloured vinyl.