Morrissey ‎– World Peace Is None Of Your Business

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Harvest ‎– 2537852574
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Vinyl, 10", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered
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A1 World Peace Is None Of Your Business
Written-By – Boz Boorer, Morrissey
4:32
A2 Istanbul
Written-By – Boz Boorer, Morrissey
4:41
B1 Earth Is The Loneliest Planet
Written-By – Gustavo Manzur, Morrissey
3:39
B2 The Bullfighter Dies
Written-By – Jesse Tobias, Morrissey
2:03

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"Indie Exclusive" limited edition, hand-numbered with black marker. The same release also exists unnumbered.
Some copies came with an orange sticker on the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 6 02537 85257 4
  • Barcode (Scanned (Sticker)): 602537852574
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Hand-Etched): 2537852574-A CB 22777.1(3)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Hand-Etched): 2537852574-B CB 22777.2(3)...

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KultureKid

KultureKid

August 19, 2014
Curious to know what the price point record stores offered this numbered 10" at? I picked up two copies at two different locations of a local record chain, #52 and #923 for a suprisingly low $1.99 each. Was this mispriced?
St.Alfonso

St.Alfonso

August 9, 2014
Maybe this is not a EU version. Maybe it is a US version that has not been printed and packed properly. Could be worth more than the sticker versions!?
CCRGMac

CCRGMac

July 24, 2014
For those who are trying work out how many there are, I have #350.
hans_gruber

hans_gruber

July 16, 2014
Clearly there's a EU version of this without a numbered sticker and not sealed. The US version is sealed and stickered. This needs a split release listing. I know which copy i want though. I like a sticker and a number.
rubysvinyls

rubysvinyls

July 14, 2014
mines the same not hand numbered or stickered !
ragchip

ragchip

July 14, 2014
Quite an interesting release, this one. Copies are being sold in the UK today, alongside the full album, and I've managed to get a copy. It does seem to be identical to the US release, except it is not sealed, stickered or numbered. They are advertised as being 'limited edition' still, but I've no idea what the numbers might be.
Anyway, I've only picked this up due to it being a bit unusual, and in place of any singles being released on 7" (bit of a shame that). Not much appeal for anyone buying the album on vinyl I suppose, unless you are a full-on collector.