|A1||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 1||3:30|
|A2||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 2||3:12|
|A3||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 3||1:25|
|A4||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 4||1:36|
|A5||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 5||1:32|
|A6||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 6||3:00|
|A7||–Georges Teperino||Weird Sounds N° 7||1:46|
|B1||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 1||3:15|
|B2||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 2||3:35|
|B3||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 3||1:30|
|B4||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 4||2:24|
|B5||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 5||2:00|
|B6||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 6||1:40|
|B7||–Cecil Leuter||Crazy Sounds N° 7||1:30|
Some subsequent TVM 102 vinyl copies were printed as back catalogue distribution need at the time TVM 103 was out and have Sacem logo instead.
Eventually there are happen to be some versions wich use blue sticker to conceal TVM 103 sleeve: these vinyls do NOT have the B.I.E.M. logo but have the same matrix etchings despite the vinyl pressing manufactury and quality is NOT the same.
Both Vinyls versions were manufactured by Cidis Louviers in France with the run out 380 as identifier but 2nd press has thicker vinyl and is eventually found with same Teperino label on both sides.