(Limited Edition Numbered Picture Disc Reissue) 'Release title as 'Pinups' on the front sleeve but as 'Pin-Ups' on the back sleeve.
(P) 1973 RCA Corporation.
A MainMan production.
Sleeve (C) 1984 RCA Records Ltd.
(C)(P) 1984 RCA Ltd.
Marketed and distributed by RCA Ltd.
Record Division, England.
Manufactured in England.
Includes numbered insert in this series.
A Side titled Side 1 on sleeve, Other Side on record.
B Side titled Side 2 on sleeve, This Side on record.
'Title on front cover and spine: 'Pinups'
Title on labels: 'Pin-Ups'
A1 & B3: Originally performed by The Pretty Things BR>A2: Originally performed by Them BR>A3 & B4: Originally performed by The Yardbirds BR>A4: Originally performed by Pink Floyd BR>A5: Originally performed by The Mojos BR>A6 & B5: Originally performed by The Who BR>B1: Originally performed by The Easybeats BR>B2: Originally performed by The Merseys BR>B6: Originally performed by The Kinks BR>
Manufactured by Inelco Holland B.V., Amsterdam.
Comes with an 12' picture/info insert.
A6 B5 matrix.
Released with inner credit sleeve. Inner credit sleeve includes lyrics of 'Where Have All The Good Times Gone' Record Label has the duration of Track A6 as 1:47. Other releases have 2:07 -- also has title of album as 'Pin Ups' Track B1 'Friday On My Mind' is credited to Banda-Young on the label, rather than Vanda-Young.[discogs]
No label code.
Release title as Pinups on the front sleeve but as Pin-Ups on the disc labels. Gatefold sleeve. RCA Schallplatten GmbH[discogs] No Label code![lyndsay]
STEREO atop orange labels.
Classic Bowie Album w cover versions of titles by the Kinks, The Who, The Easybeats, Pink Floyd... comes w Original Insert showing Bowie w Saxophone and lyrics of 'where have all the good times gone'[matthiasb]