The Stooges & The Black KeysNo Fun

Label:Elektra – 534811-7, Alive Records – 534811-7, Warner Bros. Records – 7-534811 (K1)
Series:Side By Side (2)
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Record Store Day, Single, Limited Edition, Orange/Red Swirl
Country:USA & Canada
Style:Hard Rock, Alternative Rock


AThe StoogesNo Fun
ProducerJohn Cale
BThe Black KeysNo Fun
ProducerPatrick Carney

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Side A (1969): © 2013 Elektra Records ℗ 1969 Elektra Records
Side B (2002): ℗ 2004 Alive Naturalsound Records under license to Warner Bros Records Inc.

Both Sides: Bug Music/Stooge Staffel/Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)

Record Store Day exclusive release. Limited to 7,500 copies in US & Canada.

Manufactured in CZ.

Released in clear PVC sleeve with 2 front stickers & barcoded back seal sticker.

Some copies have the record labels on the wrong sides.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed on seal sticker): 075597959246
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout (stamped)): PIRATES PRESS-7-534811 B 106412H2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout (stamped)): PIRATES PRESS-7-534811 A 106412H1/A
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
No Fun (7", 45 RPM, Record Store Day, Single, Limited Edition, Stereo, Orange/Red Burst)Warner Bros. Records, Elektra, Alive Records7559-79592-4Europe2013
Recently Edited
No Fun (7", 45 RPM, White Label)Warner Bros. Records7-534811US2013



  • L3Nola's avatar
    And the terrible PVC outer sleeve has left a haze all across the vinyl on both sides on my never opened copy. Cool idea, but kind of pointless if your packaging destroys your product on its own.
    • MeanMojoMathias's avatar
      Is this the version with the overdubbed organ on the Stooges side?
      • Groovemaster-DJ's avatar
        Oh dear looks like a pressing run gaff where the colour pellets have run out and mixed it looks cheap and tacky and its been done both by fault/error and deliberately 40years ago!

        A single colour is far more powerful and classy imo than these cheap looking bootleg/pressing gaffs!

        • modellierkid's avatar
          Edited 10 years ago
          I bought it on RSD in Germany, both sides are swirled contrary to the second picture uploaded here which is red only. Additionally, both sides look more like on this picture , so less thesprinkly look but a clear-cut transition from red to orange/yellow. Moreover, even though I have the same barcode on the back seal sticker, it has different cat (?) numbers on the vinyl which are equal to the barcode but mising the first and last digit. I can also confirm the the small hole cut so you won't need an adapter. Last but not least, it has a labelcode (lc00286) on it behind the copyrights for elektra and warner.
          I think this justifies a seperate submission, what do you say?
          • mdevans89's avatar
            Has anyone noticed that the european copies don't have a large hole cut out, just a standard sized one. Also a seemingly different burst with both the A and B side looking identicle...
            • smzdt76's avatar
              I looked over all my Side by Side series and they all have the labels as pictured, with artist info on upper left and RSD on bottom right. These are worldwide releases so maybe they sticker the ones for Europe/UK differently than US? Either way, I updated the notes to reflect the difference.
              • Torrelleum's avatar
                Yes, mine too. Maybe one should note it in the release details?
                • JPZ14's avatar
                  My copy has the labels on the wrong side, anybody else got this?


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