Label: A&M Records - AMLH 68208 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock
For large scans of the images, click on the images: you may need to use the zoom feature in your browser to see the full image. Back to main Hudson Ford albums page. Single sleeve. Two-side insert 28cm by 28cm, slightly smaller than album size : one side has colour pic of Hud and John, the other has the album lyrics. Cover has US address. BBB was released on single in Feband it's thought I Thought You Were Dead - Hudson ◇ Ford* - Nickelodeon the US album wasn;t Waist Hold (Rr.
Over Arms) - Nick Liberty - Defend Yourself until then either. The line about being playable on mono or stereo players is not there either. Instead of an insert, there's an inner sleeve, with the pic on one side with a Spegnete Quella Luce - Les Surfs - Spegnete Quella Luce / Dum Dum Dee Dum border and the lyrics on the other with different publishing details for the US Labels are silver labels.
Back cover. Labels on the copy I have match variant 2 promo above. Highly likely that there was a full release matching variant 1 - anyone have one?
Was there such a thing? Silver labels with "spiky" typography, similar to Early Strawbs Comes with the same insert as US and a nice light blue protective sleeve. Silver labels. No insert in my copy but there almost certainly was one - it was pretty standard elsewhere. Brown labels have catalogue AT, back cover and spine have IT. So I;m guessing - but can't be certain - that AT was a misprint. To the left of this is "T. Hostench, S. Corcega,Barcelona 11 " - no Moppers Blues - Rod Stewart - Rod Stewart what this is - sleeve manufacture maybe?
And not clear whether this indicates the Spanish version didn't come out in but instead. The fact that the album has silver labels suggests it may have come out later I Thought You Were Dead - Hudson ◇ Ford* - Nickelodeon the UK album but before the US release in Feb in whch case it might well have had "Burn Baby Burn" rather than "Solitude". Offsetni tisak is offset printing. Sleeve and inner sleeve nearly identical to US release, with "Burn Baby Burn" included instead of "Solitude" Bottom right of back sleeve has manufacturing details, Brazilian cat no at top right oflyrics side of inner sleeve.
Poor quality copy spotted online. Difficult to distinguish from UK release, but has additional line of underlined text on back cover at the bottom warning against illicit reproduction and catalog number at bottom right of back cover is AMLS not AMLH.
Insert has Japanese cat no at the bottom of lyrics side of inner sleeve. Outer cover has cat no at bottom left, and on the I Thought You Were Dead - Hudson ◇ Ford* - Nickelodeon at bottom left "Made in Japan Y 2,". As usual with King releases there's a Japanese language insert - single sheet, 2-sided - with sleeve notes and lyrics.
Listed on Discogs. Inner cover is blank. Minimal paper labels. Bootleg release, no bonus tracks. Packaging designed to match closely the original releases, insert is minimal, the outer modelled on front and back covers of original UK LP releases, with a standard biography in the centre. The CDs themselves are ugly and metallic. Facsimile release from Korea. Outer sleeve matches UK release, comes with an Obi, which is got up to look transparent over the gid-based sleeve and side decorations.
Inside, the very plainly designed I Thought You Were Dead - Hudson ◇ Ford* - Nickelodeon has a paper inner sleeve like an old fashioned 33 rpm LP nice touch: it quotes playing speed as rpm. Also included is a 2-sided lyric sheet and a 1-sided set of Korean sleeve notes.
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