Youth Of Today ‎– Break Down The Walls

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Wishingwell Records ‎– WW4
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Tracklist

A1 Make A Change
A2 Thinking Straight
A3 Stabbed In The Back
A4 Take A Stand
A5 Honesty
A6 One Family
B1 Break Down The Walls
B2 Shout It
B3 Time To Forgive
B4 Positive Outlook
B5 Standing Hard
B6 Free At Last

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Recorded Autumn '86.

1st press on black vinyl in a blue, red and white sleeve.
It included a folded insert with lyrics & band-pictures / infos.

Later repressed on black vinyl in a black, yellow and white sleeve.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REV008 Youth Of Today Break Down The Walls(LP, Ltd, RE, Red) Revelation Records (8) REV008 US 2012 Sell This Version
TECI-23002 Youth Of Today Break Down The Walls(CD, Album, RE) Revelation Records (8), Real Cool Records TECI-23002 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
REV008 Youth Of Today Break Down The Walls(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) Revelation Records (8) REV008 US 2014 Sell This Version
Revelation: 8 Youth Of Today Break Down The Walls(CD, Album, RE) Revelation Records (8) Revelation: 8 US 1993 Sell This Version
REV008 Youth Of Today Break Down The Walls(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre) Revelation Records (8) REV008 US 2013 Sell This Version

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Spikedge

Spikedge

October 6, 2013
The black and yellow cover is NOT a 2nd pressing. I got this exact album from Wishing Well Records immediately when it came out. A friend of mine ordered the record much later and it was the blue sleeve.
jaked67

jaked67

August 9, 2013
I have a copy of this on Wishing Well, The cover is Blue, Red and white like the 1st pressing and the Vinyl looks like the vinyl from the 2nd press, (yellow on label not red)
Does anyone know any thing about this version? Was it a case of there being more 1st press covers made than vinyl, I did read that the cover for the 2nd pressing was rarer than the actual Vinyl.
All in all the red & blue vinyl copies of the 1st pressing of Break Down the Walls have a very interesting history behind them. (It's a shame my copy isn't on red vinyl, pretty fucking rare I reckon)