Picture Sleeve

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The Def Leppard E.P.
... Additionally, he and his mother glued the 1,000 sleeves together ... his name was erroneously left off the credits on the picture sleeve rear cover ... of 1979, so the band's first managers had the EP reissued with the yellow label and no picture sleeve ...
Talk To Me (Stevie Nicks Song) - Single Release Formats
... as a 7-inch vinyl in many territories in the picture sleeve featured above, with the Nicks-penned "One More Big Time Rock and Roll Star" as its non-album B-side ... Promo 7-inch singles with picture sleeve were also released in some countries, including the US, and featured the title track on both sides of the disc ... Picture sleeves varied country by country in its European 7" release, with Spain and Germany using sleeves which featured the artist name and title but ...
Bangla Desh (song) - Release
... For the US picture sleeve, designer Tom Wilkes chose a suitably topical image, incorporating headlines and text from New York Times articles about the Bangladesh crisis ... the fray on 4 December.) The front of the picture sleeve was topped with the line "(We've Got to Relieve)" before the words "Bangla Desh", leading a number of publications to include the parenthetical text as part ... Boxed off at the foot of the front sleeve were details of the George Harrison−Ravi Shankar Special Emergency Relief Fund (care of UNICEF's New York ...

Famous quotes containing the word picture:

    She sang a song that sounds like life; I mean it was sad. Délira knew no other types of songs. She didn’t sing loud, and the song had no words. It was sung with closed lips and it stayed down in one’s throat.... Life is what taught them, these Negresses, to sing as if they were choking back sobs. It is a song that always ends with a beginning anew because this song is the picture of misery, and tell me, does misery ever end?
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