connorsimpson1993

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) connorsimpson1993

August 28, 2017
Does anyone know who the picture is of on the cover?
uramigraine

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) uramigraine

March 21, 2019
That is Isadore Ducasse, who's referenced in the first song.
rongwrong

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) rongwrong

November 8, 2017
as the title pun gives away, that's Isidore-Lucien Ducasse, who under the pseudonym of Comte de Lautréamont wrote the Les Chants de Maldoror (surrealist book to whom Current 93, Coil and NWW will pay homage with their Bar Maldoror concept)
theshake1970

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) theshake1970

October 5, 2017
It looks like Durritti. The Spanish anarchist which the Durritti Column we're named after.
Sounds-for-Sure

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) Sounds-for-Sure

July 13, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
I have a copy here that has dark red translucent vinyl (only visible when held against light). Is that a very rare one or do they all have that?
uncleheinrichagain

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) uncleheinrichagain

July 24, 2018
Mine is dark translucent green when held up to strong light.
Andy3012

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) Andy3012

September 30, 2017

I have 2 copies, the green centre labels are different, one forest green on text side and mint green/black on pic side and the other a mint green text side/black and white on pic side. Neither are reddish when held to the light.
TheeDL

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) TheeDL

August 1, 2017
Unknown Pleasures and Closer by Joy Division (also on Factory) had that same effect on the first editions, so I reckon yours is a 1st as well. I may be wrong, though. My copy of Do The Du (Casse) is black through and through, and I'd rather have yours :-).
Sounds-for-Sure

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) Sounds-for-Sure

August 22, 2016
I think so, yes. It's maybe as what Factory did with, I think it was Closer (Joy Division), as well. There are also dark red translucent copies of it next to normal black ones. When nobody ever sees it, it will never be mentioned cause you only see it in the light. I also discovered this on certain Isaac Hayes records. It wasn't yet mentioned on discogs.
daryltaylor

A Certain Ratio - Do The Du (Casse) daryltaylor

August 22, 2016
My copy doesn't go translucent Red when held up to light, you might have an early copy hopefully!