I just bought a Rubber Soul "korean" print blindly knowing what it's value is. The album is almost exactly like the original except it is fully blue. You can also tell where part of the Capitol records label was cropped out of the picture for copy write purposes maybe? The album also says the word "girl" on the letter "S" in Rubber Soul. The album is printed on the TAEDO record label. The label is light red and the song titles seem to be almost stamped on. From what I've read this is a North Korean counterfeit, but I'm not 100% sure. Lastly, I know it's difficult to price a rarity, but if you have any ideas I'd love to know!
Wish I could help you out, new guy, but it sounds like a cool collectible to have, counterfeit or not.
Japan & some other asian countries used red vinyl for a lot of their records, always wondered why they rarely did that in the States.
I have still yet to find any substantial information on the record. I'm quite anxious to find it's true value, because I have never seen another one like it. I have seen other Beatles albums reproduced by Taedo, like The White Album and Abbey Road- both with the blue hue and some subtle differences to the original pressing, but never a Rubber Soul.
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