The Sundays ‎– Reading, Writing And Arithmetic

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Rough Trade ‎– Rough 148P
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Special sticker on sleeve states "Special Printed Vinyl Edition - Rough Trade 148P". Black poly-lined inner sleeve.

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  • Barcode: 5 014644 701488
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): ̶M̶P̶O̶ ROUGH 148 P A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): TY1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): ̶M̶P̶O̶ ROUGH 148 P B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): TY1
  • Label Code: LC 5661

Other Versions (5 of 57) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Rough 148 The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(LP, Album) Rough Trade Rough 148 UK 1990 Sell This Version
DGC 24277 The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(LP, Album, Promo) DGC DGC 24277 US 1990 Sell This Version
ROUGH 148Pa, L 30221 The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(LP, Album, Ltd, Pic) Rough Trade, Festival Records ROUGH 148Pa, L 30221 Australia & New Zealand 1990 Sell This Version
VICP-19 The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(CD, Album) Rough Trade VICP-19 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
9 24277-2 The Sundays Reading, Writing And Arithmetic(CD, Album) DGC, Rough Trade 9 24277-2 US 1990 Sell This Version

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Reptillian

Reptillian

February 9, 2018
Surprisingly great sounding pic disk! Quiet pressing with a very clean quiet playback.
Robi-Wan

Robi-Wan

June 4, 2017
I love mine. It looks fantastic spinning and invokes the feel of the album with it's imagery. I also got mine on ebay for like 3 bucks, so who's complaining?
totallyvinyl

totallyvinyl

May 25, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
A typical example of a poor picture disc. May have looked good on the computer screen but what a waste of time as a visual item. That is what it is supposed to be-a good example of how the designers of these picture discs lost the plot as to what a picture disc is supposed to be, which is essentially good striking graphics-too many of the later picture discs totally missed the point and produced this sort of crappy visual. Strangely in the LP cover-perhaps not-maybe they took a look at the finished product and decided to hide it!