|A full-page ad for Prove It All Night, the first single from|
DARKNESS album, in the May-27th 1978 issue of Billboard
magazine that reports the end of the Pitman strike.
|The overall label design looks the same between Santa Maria (left) and Scranton (right) pressings, although the stamper ring on the latter is far smaller than that on the former (but still noticeably larger than that on the Pinckneyville pressing).|
|Scranton-specific deadwax signature known|
as "anvil" or "lathe cutting head" symbol
(stamped on both sides)
- North American Music Industries (NAMI), Scranton, PA
- PRC Recording Corp., Richmond, IN
- MCA Records, Pinckneyville, IL
- RCA Records, Indianapolis, IN
- Monarch Record Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, CA
|Hand-etched matrix numbers and a "TML-M" stamp on Side 1 of the |
DARKNESS Scranton pressing. The "anvil" stamp is out of sight.
- Side 1: PAL-35318-1G PN #2 TML-M ☖
- Side 2: PAL-35318-2T PN #2 TML-S ☖