King Diamond ‎– Halloween - Live

Label:
Metal Blade Records ‎– 3984-25052-7
Format:
Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM, Single, Limited Edition, Picture Disc, Special Edition, Die-Cut Pumpkin
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A1 Halloween - Live
Written-By – Diamond*, Denner*
B1 Sleepless Nights - Live
Written-By – LaRocque*, Diamond*

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Notes

Special holiday edition Halloween (live)
Strictly limited to 2000 copies worldwide.
Probably 1000 in Europe, 1000 in the US.
European release: 31 october 2017. US copies will be shipped through Metal Blade on the 8th of december 2017.

Both songs are taken from the Deadly Lullabyes live release. Deadly Lullabyes (Live)

℗ © 2017 Metal Blade Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 39842 50527 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Machine Pressed): 164984M1/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Machine Pressed): 164984M2/A

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kim.

kim.

April 6, 2018

Just got mine on April 3rd different runouts than posted here and no hype sticker
wojtekwidera

wojtekwidera

February 22, 2018
Never got mine either! Got message on 19th January that my order was been canceled! Ridiculous.
timo.kuhnski

timo.kuhnski

January 28, 2018
Never got mine... they contacted my by E-mail that the Records they became where all damaged and i got a new release date. A few days ago I got my money back via PayPal.
smognote

smognote

January 8, 2018
mine is warped too. but it still is a very cool P D
Tibi.Et.Igni

Tibi.Et.Igni

December 28, 2017
Yes..mine too! Bought it on emp.fi, i think the all of the pressings are more or less warped! Pressing plant screw up, but it´s nice though!!
Necrogeddon

Necrogeddon

December 13, 2017
I got a slightly warped copy too. I wasnt going to play it anyway but it's a bummer indeed
SanEutocio

SanEutocio

November 30, 2017
I bought several copies for distribution to metal blade. I realized they are deformed, cambered. Specially in the pumpking tail. Make it sometimes impossible to play as it hits the turntable arm.

Anyone else with the same problem?