Now I am confused -- I pulled out my set received from Amazon again and realize I don't honestly know if it is CDs or CDrs. When I responded before I only glanced quickly and it seemed to be a pressed CD set. Also on the back of the jewel case my copy has "Disc Made in Mexico" embossed on the plastic in red. I assumed that meant it was a pressed CD set -- does Amazon farm out made-on-demand CDrs to Mexico now?
Anyway sorry if I misled anyone -- but I may have a CDr set too. I only know that my set has a nice, standard jewel case with professional printing -- not the set described by one of the Amazon reviewers. And my set definitely has separate, individual tracks.
i got the cd from amazon.uk. it has Disc Made in Mexico on case but cd look like pressed.
I have noticed cds, not cdrs, at Wal-mart and Target now say disc made in Mexico. So you probably do have a cd.
I was almost anxiously awaiting your review for KOTM. Now it's here and does not disappoint for a second it's a great, detailed review which does the score justice. I'm happy to see that my favorite reviewer loves the score as I do. Thank you very much, Sir!
Happened to find this in a brick and mortar store today for $12, so I grabbed it. It also has the "disc made in Mexico" stamp, the inserts and booklet are professional, not cheap looking at all. Pretty sure mine are pressed discs. So, they've pressed a low print run for retail but CDRs for Amazon orders...?