Frankie Goes To Hollywood ‎– Relax

Label:
ZTT ‎– 12 ZTAS 1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Repress
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A Relax (U.S. Mix) 7:20
B1 Ferry Cross The Mersey
Written-By – Marsden*
4:03
B2 Relax 4:20

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Credits

  • Mastered ByGraeme*
  • ProducerTrevor Horn
  • Written By – Gill-Johnson-O'Toole (tracks: A, B2)
  • Written-ByJohnson* (tracks: A, B2), O'Toole* (tracks: A, B2), Gill* (tracks: A, B2)

Notes

This UK 4th press version comes in a generic black die-cut cover with or without trimmed corners.

It was also issued in the following sleeves:
Two Bodies sleeve,
Who Chance Blink ZTT sleeve,
U.S. Chequerboard sleeve (these were returned sleeves from Island U.S.A.)

It has a speckled, pale green A-side label showing "Relax (Sex Mix)", but the record actually plays most common mix: the 7:20 "Relax (U.S. Mix)", which also appeared on the U.S. 12" (Long Mix). This version can be identified by the stamped matrix 12 ZTAS 1 A - 5U on the A-side.

Please see the Master Release Notes for links to other similar 12 ZTAS 1 releases.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 1 & 2, side A; GRAEME is handwritten): 12 ZTAS 1 A-5U-1-1 GRAEME
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, side B; 2nd set of #s is handwritten): 12 ZTAS 1 B-3U-1-5 STERLING 12-IS-ZTAS-1 BS
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, side B; 2nd set of #s is handwritten): 12 ZTAS 1 B-3U-1-4-02 STERLING 12-IS-ZTAS-1 BS
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, side A): 12 ZTAS 1 A-5U-1-1-7 GRAEME
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, side B): 12 ZTAS 1 B-3U-1-4-12 STERLING 12-IS-ZTAS-1 BS

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jorgen.svard

jorgen.svard

December 8, 2017
I have this pressing in the "normal" UK 12" cover. Bought it in a record store when it was new, so it is not a later mix up.
Hanuman1

Hanuman1

January 22, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

I have this release in the checker board sleeve (US).
A lot of unused of the black and white american sleeves have been sold in the UK with the UK pressing inside.