S.O.B* / Napalm Death ‎– S.O.B / ナパーム・デス

Label:
Sound Of Burial ‎– ULTRA FAST 1
Format:
Flexi-disc, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Repress
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A1 S.O.B* Repeat At Length
Lyrics By, Music By – S.O.B*
1:52
A2 S.O.B* Humanity Of Stupidity
Lyrics By, Music By – S.O.B*
0:30
A3 S.O.B* Deceiver Pt. 2
Lyrics By, Music By – Napalm Death
0:34
A4 S.O.B* Device
Lyrics By, Music By – S.O.B*
1:54
B1 Napalm Death Multi-National Corporations Pt. 2
Lyrics By, Music By – Napalm Death
1:26
B2 Napalm Death Re-Address The Problem
Lyrics By – Lee*Music By – Micky*
0:29
B3 Napalm Death Changing Colours
Lyrics By, Music By – Shane*
0:53
B4 Napalm Death From The Ashes
Lyrics By, Music By – Shane*
0:40
B5 Napalm Death Understanding?!?!
Lyrics By – Lee*Music By – Shane*
0:04
B6 Napalm Death Stalemate
Lyrics By – Lee*Music By – Micky*
1:00

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Notes

Tracks A1 to A4 recorded and mixed at Gorilla Studio on June 30th and February 5th, 1989.
Tracks B1 to B6 recorded on December 19th, 1988 and mixed on December 20th at the Birdsong Studios, Worcester.

※ Second pressing as black flexi with black & white cover and lyric sheet.

Other editions:
※ First pressing: red-flexi with black & red cover and lyric sheet, only available directly from Izumi Kubo (Sound Of Burial).
※ Promotional pressing: 100 copies as black vinyl 7" with black & white cover and lyric sheet, given out free to band members and friends.
※ Bootleg of the black vinyl 7", easily spotted because of its black text on white labels.
※ Another bootleg on black vinyl with black labels and silver & grey text and black & white covers.

B2 is mispelled as "Re-Adress The Problem".

Distributed by MCR Company in Japan and by XPX outside Japan.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): PLM 183 A 1D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): PLM 183 B 1D

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gauze

gauze

April 20, 2011
where did this pressing information come from?

This was a pretty common record back then I'd guess there were at least 2000 of them ... I have no idea how many were made but 200 for the black/white cover seems way too low.