The release is made to look like a reissue of the album The Book of Rorschach by the fictional band Sons Of Pale Horse. Very little info on the release is factual, as most pertains to the fictional band Sons Of Pale Horse, listed below. The real credits have been provided by the press card that accompanied press copies, seen here - http://nincatalog.com/trent-reznor-and-atticus-ross/watchmen-sons-of-pale-horse-the-book-of-rorschach-us-vinyl12-1586/
The Null Corporation label is not on the release, but derived from the runout scheme used. Factual logos on the release are more related to the television series, rather than the soundtrack and are used as record companies.
The initial release from Amazon only has the "VOL 1" hype sticker, a later retail release added another sticker with the main artists listed.
The two releases also have different barcode stickers, listed below in the BaOI.
Fictional track-list and credits, printed on rear cover:
A1 American Love (they Don't Make It Anymore)
A2 Good Men Like My Father
A4 My Violent New Continent
A6 no one cares but me
B1 Moloch (I Fought The Law)*
B2 Dead Dogs And Pretty Little Butterflies
B3 Locked Up In Here With Me
B4 All My Friends Are So Very Soft
B5 The End Is Night (suite)*
B6 Never Compromise, Never Surrender
all songs written and performed by sons of pale horse except where noted.
"face/mask" written and performed by chris deschaines, "i fought the law" written by sonny curtis
"the end is nigh" (suite) contains samples of: "neighborhood threat" written by iggy pop, performed by pale horse
"ink blot guy" written by red d'eath, performed by pale horse,"the spirit of seventy-six" written by red d'eath, performed by pale horse
published by charlton home records