Track Durations taken from Media PlayerPurple vinyl with purple/silver sleeve with an estimated run of 300 copies.
Both sleeve and labels vary in quality. Sleeves are matt and often have flattened spines, labels can have irregular print.
There are two types of labels, the differences are the text size, and the presence or not of an extra line of credits, 'Licensed from SUB-POP (U.S.A.)' under the track titles. Official purple versions do not have this line of text.
Recorded in Seattle at Reciprocal Recording for $600. Although credited, Jason Everman does not appear on the album. He did cover the studio costs ($606.17), though, which are proudly listed on the album's back cover.Unofficial release wrongly labeled TUPEP6 on spine.Burned to a "generic" Cd-r with Sub Pop promo artwork printed on the face
Released in a generic white sleeve with the marketing sticker on the front.Recorded in Seattle at Reciprocal Recording for $600.
1st Original Pressing.
The release is on white vinyl limited to 1000 copies and "some" included a Nirvana/Sub Pop poster.Some copies might have a slight dark smudging on the vinyl which is normal.The vinyl may not be perfectly white and have faint black smudges, as sometimes bits of different color get into the mix, or get stuck in the machines from previous pressings. "some" copies include a folded poster, some were used for promotion, with a press kit or subpop singles club promotion card.
Jason Everman did not actually play any guitar on the album but at the time was playing live with the band, thus his name was included in the credits.Digitally remastered version released from 1992 on. No durations listed on release.
Edition pressed and issued in early 1994 advertising the Nirvana Fan Club which was being set up by the same organization (T.E.C. Tones in Hoboken NJ) that ran Sonic Death (Sonic Youth Fan Club), The Breeders Fan Club, Shonen Knife Fan Club and Lucious Jackson Fan Club. T.E.C. Tones was preparing to roll out a ready Nirvana Fan Club when Kurt Cobain passed and the fan club was cancelled. Copies pressed after Cobain died removed the Fan Club address.