In November 2007 there was a blue vinyl with the standard picture sleeve but
with a white label with a big A. The B-side had a big B.
This was the very first time I ever have heard or seen this version which is a bit strange. Cant be that common.
It was listed as a "A label promo". Matrix numbers were said to be BRO 146
AX and BRO 146 B. When it was listed many people in Motorhead forum on internet thought it might very well be a
fake. The seller said it was more likely correct to call it a test pressing. He said he himself had sold a red
vinyl some years ago with same labels. And considering test pressings of LPs around the time had big 1s and 2s
on their white label, why would not the singles have big As and Bs? However, later it showed this seller,
bluepyevinnie, sold other fake test pressings on Ebay so...who knows?