Neil Young
Reprise 2277-2 (244 131) (on spines)
Warner Bros. 2277-2 / (244 131) / 02277-2 (on disc)
made in USA for US market
color scheme: reddish orange background with silver paint target and black lettering
genre: rock
LP originally released 1972

Note the disc uses the color scheme associated with Elektra, rather than the normal
Warner Bros. color scheme. A factory screw-up, perhaps?
Other than the colors, the disc is identical to the silver paint version.
See the separate entry for that disc.

Front cover of booklet

Rear tray insert"Printed in U.S.A." without barcode.
This USA inlay is exactly the same inlay used for the Japanese target pressing.
Nothing is printed on the reverse.

Notes: This disc is very very scarce.
All US PDO target discs are in short supply. I wonder if they were test discs to
try out the new PDO pressing plant in the US. The short supply and number of variations
makes me suspicious. Rather than toss them out, were they thrown into the marketplace?
Things that make you go "Hmmmmm!"
Note that the inserts are Reprise, while the disc is Warner Brothers.
Thanks to Kym Miller for the disc scan.