As with most vinyl records, also Bad Religion's 7", 10" and 12" records often contain etchings in the run-out groove (inside rim). These etchings indicate one or several of the following: record label catalog number, mastering codes, stamper codes, name or initials of the mastering engineer, and/or ciphers indicating the pressing plant or mastering house used. Sometimes the inscriptions also contain phrases, which are scribed or stamped by the mastering engineer as directed by the record label or the band. Especially for vinyl collectors this information is essential.
All of the etchings on Bad Religion's records can be found in the Discography secion on The Bad Religion Page.
After Against The Grain they stopped adding any additional texts.
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