It would be good to know which sleeves go with the labels shown to verify the above or not! Please login or join 45cat to recommend this review. But you haven't put this up for us to notice these subtle differences, only the front cover.
The relevant fact here is that these were screen printed by hand so two areas not lining up by 15 mm doesn't make a different sleeve, just that it was done by hand. Henry29 21st Dec As the Sticker Is on the other side. Sweet Thanks.
Bring On The Lucie (Freda Peeple) - John Lennon - Mind Games to Col Wolfe. Nod to Oakley Boys. For I. Generic Brunel sleeve, small 33rpm Burgundy label, Kingussie Flower - Ian Powrie And His Band - Kingussie Flower address 2.
Generic Brunel sleeve, small 33rpm And Then There Were None - Exodus - Bonded By Blood label pop out centre, Badminton address 3. Generic Brunel sleeve, large 33rpm Green label, Badminton address 4. IW sleeve, aligned red print Orange label, silver overprint, wide spacing 6. IW sleeve, offset red print Orange label, Kingussie Flower - Ian Powrie And His Band - Kingussie Flower overprint, narrow spacing Not sure if this helps, but it adds to the fun Whyperion 21st Dec Best hope is daily searching through the charity shops where someone does not know the value.
JamesTrash 21st Dec Imagination A : Flashback B : Burnin' Up Review Love this now as much as ever, especially the typical "phasing" effect is that what it's called???
Duran and Japan used a similar effect earlier that year. Yes I suppose to most this would be disco "fodder" rather than "classic" but it got me moving round the bedroom and "Burning up" in that mind numbingly cold winter of into 82!. B side is the rather housey "Burning Up", appropriately enough. House before house was even thaught of!. An alternative version of Flashback was issued early the next year on the dub album "Nightdubbing".
What we actually got on 12" at the time nov was merely the slightly longer "Body Talk" album version which did NOT suffice!. I said in my original post that I could do, if anyone was interested, so I will when I get the chance. Picture sleeve Is the same as shown.
B1 : The Isle Of Wight For Me B2 : The Hovercraft Fokeman wrote: The relevant fact here is that these were screen printed by hand so two areas not lining up by 15 mm doesn't make a different sleeve, just that it was done by hand. Are you sure? Surely all the red would have been done on the same pass? Unless there were separate screens for different red areas, which would be odd DJ Power Version 21st Dec Nod to Skaville When we the record buyers saw the single, we were firstly shocked by the ugliness of the sleeve, and then amused to see Alvin Lee and his guitar!
F I don't know why Decca didn't use a Genesis picture maybe they hadn't the rights? F Apesville 21st Dec This one fetched more than 90 pounds on Ebay recently. Nod to The Toad Who could not get It to work. Charlie Chalk 21st Dec If you look closely at the rear sleeve, you'll see them.
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