S1: EMBRYO/GREEN IS THE COLOUR/CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE EUGENE/IF
S2: ATOM HEART MOTHER
S3: FAT OLD SUN/ONE OF THESE DAYS
COMMENTS: NORWEGIAN BOOTLEG WITH DELUXE COLOUR GATEFOLD COVER. 1000 NUMBERED COPIES - THE FIRST 300 ON COLOURED VINYL WITH STICKERED COVER AND BOOKLET. SOME PRESSINGS HAD TAKRL CARTOON 'HEH HEH' LABELS OR 'DOG HEAD' LABELS AND CAME WITH REGULAR ACL LABEL STICKERS ON A SEPERATE SHEET WHICH COULD BE STUCK OVER THE TAKRL ONES - THE MAKER STUCK THE ACL LABELS OVER MANY COPIES HIMSELF, BUT IN HIS OWN WORDS "PROBABLY GOT A BIT FED UP" (SEE 'NOTES FROM THE MAKER' BELOW), SO HE STARTED INCLUDING THE STICKERS FOR THE BUYER TO STICK ON. IT'S UNKNOWN HOW MANY WERE RELEASED THIS WAY BUT THEY ARE THOUGHT TO BE VERY RARE. REISSUED IN THE EARLY NINETIES ON GREEN AND PINK VINYL AS 32 NUMBERED COPIES (SOME OF THESE HAD TWO PINK DISCS). THE MATRIX NUMBERS ON THE SECOND DISC OF THE REISSUE CHANGED TO ACL 013 1/2. THESE PLATES WERE ALSO USED TO PRESS THE ACL 'ONE OF THESE DAYS' BOOTLEG.
RARITY RATING: (CV) (BLACK VINYL) (TAKRL CARTOON OR DOG HEAD LABELS)
YEAR OF RELEASE: 1986
SOURCE: S1-2 PARIS THEATRE LONDON ENGLAND 16-07-1970
S3-4 PARIS THEATRE LONDON ENGLAND 30-09-1971
NOTES FROM THE MAKER: "I had a look at my own copy (no 1 of 1000) and side A/B is pink and side C/D is purple. I seem to remember that side C/D was
a mix of pink and purple copies when I got them from the factory. So it was not planned, I just put the copies at hand into the sleeves.
So, first 300 was on CV with a booklet and last 700 of the 1000 on black vinyl.
Regarding some copies existing with a TAKRL "He he" label. I think I actually got all 1000 with this label and then I had the green ACL label made here in Norway and I glued them on.
I probably got a bit fed up and just included the ACL label in some copies to be glued on by the buyer..
Finally,I made a VERY limited repress of 32 Green & Pink "see-through-vinyl" in the early 90's as I had 32 sleeves left over.".....
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