David Sanborn
Voyeur
Warner Bros. 3546-2 / Europe: 256 900
made in West Germany for US & international markets
LP originally released in 1981
color scheme: silver paint background with red reticle and black lettering
genre: jazz


MADE IN WEST | | GERMANY BY POLYGRAM
This is the most common disc variation (a).
Matrix number: 7599 03546-2 2893 343 01
Later issues may have "KT" or "LX" scratched in after the matrix number.
Less commonly, "MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO" (c) or "MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO HANOVER" (b)
can be found etched around the center hole on the reverse.
The latter may have been only distributed in Europe.
Kmown suffixes: (c) CO


MADE IN WEST | | GERMANY
"MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO" is etched around the center hole on the reverse (d).
This disc variation may have been distributed in Europe only.
Matrix number: 7599 03546-2 2893 343 01 [??]
Thanks to Uli for this scan.


Front cover of the eight-page booklet.
Booklets that come with back inserts printed in West Germany will say, on page seven,
"Manufactured by PolyGram in Hanover, West Germany
Printed in West Germany." (m) Booklets that come with back inserts printed in the US
will say, "Manufactured by PolyGram in Hanover, West Germany
Printed in U.S.A." (n)
Later European booklets make no mention of a country or manufacturer (o).


Rear tray insert "Printed in West Germany" without barcode (x).
Printed on the reverse is "3546-2" over "Europe: 256 900"
Early issues of the POLYGRAM version will be found with this inlay.


Rear tray insert "Printed in U.S.A." without barcode (y).
There is nothing printed on the reverse.
Later issues in the US come with this inlay, including the POLYGRAM and POLYGRAM/PDO versions
This is less common than the West Germany insert, but check first and make sure there is target CD inside.


Rear tray insert "Printed in West Germany" without barcode.
The line "Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf" has been added at the bottom (z).
There is nothing printed on the reverse.
This inlay variation was only issued in Europe along with the PDO disc variation (d).
Thanks again to Uli for the scan.

Disc and paper insert combinations summary:
(a) + (m) + (x)
(a) + (n) + (y)
(b) + (n) + (y)
(c) + (n) + (y)
(d) + (o) + (z)

Notes: This disc is uncommon. Chances are, it will take some time to find it.
The good news is, the demand is low, and it probably won't cost very much when you find it.

Jewel case info: (West German inserts) smooth frosted two-dimple, nothing embossed on the back, "13" embossed on one tab,
"23" embossed at bottom center of the back portion. Eight-prong tray embossed with "Patents pending 31"

(West German inserts) smooth frosted two-dimple, nothing embossed on the back, "34" embossed on one tab,
"31" embossed at bottom center of the back portion. Eight-prong tray embossed with "Patents pending 32"

(USA inserts) smooth frosted, two long bars, "Patent pending D-2" embossed on the back, "D-1" embossed on
one tab. Eight-prong disc tray embossed "Patents pending 34"

03/13/19