The album was released 20th of October in the UK. This was right before Polydor
took over Bronze from EMI which means that the first pressings, and the most common ones,
have “EMI Records Limited”
printed on the label. In the small print on the back cover, top left corner, it is stated “Distributed by EMI”.
The inner sleeve seems to vary. Some copies have a plain white one, others have different print with information
about how to take care of your vinyl etc.
The Bronze EMI releases were pressed by Hayes pressing plant for EMI at Middlesex near London.
I have seen copies on Ebay (seller mister_kipps, item listed in March 2010 and in July
2010) described as "with sticker on the back stating that it is a complimentary item from Roger
Bolton at Bronze Records".
Mick Stevenson (2011) also lists that there were a "Special edition with 10" St Valentines".
EMI Records Ltd.
Country of Manufacture of record
as stated on record label
(P) 1980 Original
by Bronze Records Ltd.
Available on tape
TM 8011 RS
Side 1: [Machine stamped] BRON 531 A-2U 4 [Handwritten] JONZ|
Side 2: [Machine stamped] BRON 531 B-1U 11 [Handwritten] Sound Clinic
You can get a copy in Mint condition for GBP 8 if you are lucky (2006). On Ebay you can get
a VG+ copy for just GBP 2 but then you will have to pay for shipping.|
GBP 11.50, December 2010, Ebay
GBP 3, January 2013, Ebay
GBP 8, June 2013, Ebay
GBP 3.60, June 2015, Ebay
$249, February 2021 (no explanation for this high price, seller was from Ireland, maybe buyer thought it was an irish pressing)