DAVID BOWIE - The Man Who Sold The World (round cover) (Mercury 6338 041) Germany 1970 LP (original!)
vinyl: NM (mint-) with machine stamped matrices | cover:VG++/NM (mint-) full-color 3-fold die-cut flyout sleeve - which opens to a circle | comes with full color printed inner cover
Comes in a full-color 3-fold die-cut flyout sleeve - which opens to a circle. The disc is housed in an inner sleeve that contains the lyrics to the songs on the record.
This edition contain some extra music at the end of the LP. As The Supermen fades out a short section of Saviour Machine is heard. It appears this was the original intention, though not employed on the other Mercury editions, as a very brief section can be heard, very quietly, on the later RCA editions (i.e., it's on the master tape).
Sleeve: VG++ / NM
Not to confuse with this counterfeit. Genuine copies have machine-stamped matrices while the counterfeits have hand-scratched ones.
Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-Side, stamped): 10 AA6338041 1Y 320
Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-Side, stamped): 10 AA6338041 2Y 320
A1 The Width Of A Circle 8:07
A2 All The Madman 5:38
A3 Black Country Rock 3:33
A4 After All 3:52
B1 Running Gun Blues 3:12
B2 Saviour Machine 4:27
B3 She Shook Me Cold 4:13
B4 The Man Who Sold The World 3:58
B5 The Supermen 3:39