This record must have the most complex pressing configuration. I’m going to elaborate several pressings with all of the differences. Also note that my collection is a collection without the rejected and accepted test pressings and several limited covers missing too. It’s only meant to show the differences between some of the versions that look alike…
ALL BLACK VINYL
ALL versions have the same professionally printed inserts
|Cover // A-side // B-side|
The record release has got two blank black labels. Both labels have side-indications done with a silver stamp. One X is A-side, two X’s are B-side.
Sleeve is different in all ways than the regular pressing and the pre-order pressing. This one has a black and white typographical cover with a red stamp on the back indicating the label and these are also numbered on the back.
This edition has got printed labels, A-side is the same for this edition and the regular edition. The difference lies in the B-side label. This pre-order version has got a black and white live-shot picture on the B-side.
Different sleeve for this edition also. Black and white sleeve with different photo of live performance.
Besides having the B-side label on color it’s also a different live-scene that is pictured.
Besides being colored, also the live-scene on the cover is different than the pre-order edition.
From this pressing on the inserts become xeroxed ones. They got xeroxed from the first press artwork.
Besides what the Reaper Discography says, there are two second press versions. Sleeves are identical for both versions, also the A-side labels are identical from each other but also identical to the first presses (except to the record release).
The difference between both versions lies in the stamps on the blank B-side label.
- The common version has got a bat stamp
- The limited version has got a spiderweb stamp, and also ‘DTN’ stamped between the two text-lines
Looks black, but is actually dark purple colored vinyl. Also vinyl labels change again. They are both blank black and are stamped again with a silver ink but the text of the stamp changes to ‘Reaper Records’.
This sleeve version adapts the color change of the lettering from white to yellow also.