In 2010 the OS LP was repressed and I read on some sites and forums that it had been
made in France. Juggernaut (Peder Lundin) describes it like this on the
imotorhead forum in September 2010: "The French bootleg Overnight sensation LP:s arrived. They are ain't
that good made, sure they have SPV logos and barcode and so, but very low finish on the print and white innersleeve". I
have so far not seen a copy myself but it sound like they have just copied the original release and in that case
counterfeit would be the proper term for describing this.
This is how El Matarife describes it on the Motorhead forum 2010-10-21: "There are some repressings of the
Overnight Sensation LP appearing in record shops and on Ebay. Don't be tempted to pay too much for them - and don't
mistake them for SPV originals. The sleeve is clearly printed from scans of the original, the record labels
are faint (and different colours) and the record itself looks to have been pressed from recycled vinyl
(it really ain't too pretty). Grab one as a collectors oddity, but I wouldn't advise paying more than GBP 10. Also,
only play it on your beloved high-end turntables at your own risk!".
In the MHBW 89 Peder Lundin says only 250 copies were made.
According to Peder Lundin on the Motorhead forum there is no matrix number on this.