First up we bring you THE FEATURES who were another old Roxy Club Punk band from Orpington in Kent. Both tracks have been taken direct of the master acetate that the band had cut in 1978 and pressed up 500 copies on their own Progress label.
Can somebody explain to me why had cut is past perfect and pressed is past simple, as it is obvious that before making a record, you cut acetate. Or is it because a long time passed between the cutting and the pressing, or maybe it is had cut and had pressed, but I don't see in either case the reason of past perfect.
I would understand past perfect it it was were taken but with have been present is included.