Also affecting the Brazilian promos as well as many other promo releases is that some of them are very easy to reproduce. Unlike promo releases that are clearly official (typically because of their high-quality printing), promos on CDR with very minimal artwork can be easily reproduced. In fact, any CD release can become subject to bootlegging or counterfeiting. Apart from obviously official promo editions (and likewise obviously unauthorized bootlegs), that means that some releases nowadays can no longer readily be classified as either official or unauthorized releases. Some items in the GagaFrontRow collection have therefore been labeled as 'possible' or 'probable' bootlegs, based on best available information. This condition affects various recent promos popping up on eBay, especially those recently issued in France and the UK. Among the dubious examples that have most recently been on eBay are bootleg copies of a Boys Boys Boys promo, a Monster promo with fan mixes, and demos of songs from The Fame that were never released as singles, such as Money Honey. Also note that some of the sellers who specialize in bootlegs (jkmusicbrazil and ricrj75 for Brazil) also sell legitimate releases, which further complicates matters.
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