LASh TAL - Pressings


  • First pressing (1984) with insert, purple on center label, limited to 2000 copies. Scratched messages (only on the first press): A Side: Maldoror Est Mort, B Side: Fang
  • Second pressing (198?) with no insert, black on center label.
  • Third pressing (1988) reissue with different center label and sleeve, no insert.

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