(Reissue) '(A): Recorded at Relight Studios, Hilvarenbeek, Holland
Released: March, 1978 On Atlantic 3474
℗ 1978 Atlantic Recording Corp.
(B): Released: February, 1984 On Atlantic 7-89698
℗ 1985 Phil Collins Ltd., Mike Rutherford Ltd., and Tony Banks, Ltd.
Released in red/silver Atlantic Oldies sleeve (see images)
(Single) 'Ext du LP n° 9103 121 BR>
Made and printed in France.
Recto : Photo X....
c'est une publication phonogram
Imp. CIDIS Louviers
Made and Printed in France
Track durations not listed on the release.
(Single) 'Manufactured By Nippon Phonogram CO, LTD, Tokyo
Big Mad Hatter
Pink inner paper company sleeve with paper insert, textured finish compared to smooth in (r18011701)'[discogs]
(Single Promo Styrene Stereo) ''Promotion Copy Not For Sale' printed on labels.
Same track both sides.
A side Stereo, B side Mono
Both are an edit of the album version.
From Atlantic LP 19173
(Single) 'A: Originally released in 1978.
B: Originally released in 1976.
Different versions of how the back cover is folded & glued: some fold front over back, others the reverse.'[discogs]
(Single Repress Stereo) 'Gelring/Hit & Run Music/Intersong
Made in Germany
This is the second pressing of the German release. The differences between this and the first German pressing are:
Matrix/Runout - Side A: //2 and Side B: //3 added on second pressing.
Back sleeve: Cat # also printed on upper left corner on second pressing.
The tour dates list on back sleeve of the second German pressing starts with May 14 Sporthalle, Cologne, while May 18 now correctly lists Eisstadion, Mannheim as the venue.
The first German pressing lists May 15 Festhalle, Frankfurt as first gig, and Sportstadion, Cologne as venue of the gig on May 18 (which is wrong).
Name of the album from which tracks are taken is printed incorrectly '...and there were three...' instead of '...and then there were three...' on back sleeve.'[discogs]