D.O.A. (2) ‎– Disco Sucks

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Sudden Death Records ‎– 3097
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Vinyl, 7", Repress, 33 ⅓ RPM
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2nd sleeve variation, edition of 500 copies
For sale in Vancouver / western Canada. Not Text on Front Sleeve.

Cat# derived from Matrix/Runout

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 3097 A RE 1 R GREAT RECORD !!!
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 3097 B RE 1 R TIMBUKTU HERE WE COME !!!

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3097 D.O.A. (2) Disco Sucks(7") Sudden Death Records 3097 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
none D.O.A. (2) Disco Sucks(7", RE, Unofficial) Not On Label (D.O.A. (2)) none Unknown Sell This Version
VIRUS 133 D.O.A. (2) Disco Sucks(7", EP, RE) Alternative Tentacles VIRUS 133 UK 1993 Sell This Version
3097 D.O.A. (2) Disco Sucks(7", Whi) Sudden Death Records 3097 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
Wrong 6 D.O.A. (2) Disco Sucks(7", EP, RE) Wrong Records (2) Wrong 6 Canada 1993 Sell This Version

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Mongermoog

Mongermoog

May 22, 2015
The sleeve shown here is the 1991 bootleg,unless its the sleeve used to copy the bootlegs sleeves (the autographs)
SAVAGEBEAT

SAVAGEBEAT

November 30, 2011

Should the two sleeve variations be listed as two distinct pressings?
PayToCum

PayToCum

December 22, 2009
D.O.A: Disco Sucks EP. Originally released by "Sudden Death Records" in 1978 in 2 pressings of 500 copies each. The cover was slightly different for each press, the first 500 said "From the Great Northern Wastelanders" at the bottom and the second 500 did not. Some of the original copies also came in the ultra rare "White Noise Tour" sleeve which was made by the band for the initial copies before the real sleeves had been printed. Second pressing came out on Quintessence Records with a totally different cover sleeve in 1978 as well. It was later re-issued (3rd version, 4th pressing) by "Wrong Records" in 1991. Finally it was re-issued again by "Alternative Tentacles" UK (Virus 133) 1991.