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Old Jul 2, 2008, 12:29 PM
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Default How to find out catalogue number from JAN?

At Sofmap there's currently an offer for a "Tales of Series Battle Arrange" CD credited to Sakuraba to be released on August 27th. The bad thing is that Sofmap (just like Amazon) doesn't list any catalogue number but only the JAN, and I can't find any info on this product elsewhere either.

So how does one find out catalogue number from JAN/EAN? Is that even possible?

Edit: Looks like PV over at GMRonline got it somewhere already...

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Old Jul 2, 2008, 08:10 PM
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Unlike some western album releases, Japanese catalogue numbers usually don't correspond with their JAN/EAN codes at all.

And apparently the Team Entertainment website doesn't have the album page up for that catalogue number yet.
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