MADE IN WEST | | GERMANY BY POLYGRAM
No variations are known.
Matrix number: 7599 03432-2 2893 956 01 #
Known suffixes: none, AF [BV]
Front cover of the twelve-page booklet
Page 13 reads "Manufactured by PolyGram in Hanover, West Germany
Printed in West Germany"
Rear tray insert, "Printed in West Germany" with barcode.
Only tray insert known to contain this target CD.
On the reverse is printed "3432-2" over "Europe: 256 816"
This disc was issued in Japan with the addition of this sticker obi.
The obi bears the Japanese catalog number 32XP-108.
Notes: This disc is uncommon, but is not terribly hard to find.
Jewel case info: smooth frosted-top two-dimple, "13" embossed on one tab,
and "21" embossed on the back portion at bottom center, viewable from the inside.
Eight-prong disc tray embossed with "Patents pending 4.4"
smooth frosted-top two-dimple, "13" embossed on one tab,
and "24" embossed on the back portion at bottom center, viewable from the inside.
Eight-prong disc tray embossed with "Patents pending 4.2"
Eight-prong disc tray embossed with "Patents pending 5.4"
OTHER INTERESTING EARLY CD PRESSINGS OF THE TITLE:
"Made in West Germany by PolyGram" at 9 o'clock
"MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM" at 6 o'clock
Matrix number: 7599 03432-2 2893 956 01 # (same as the target CD)
Known suffixes: BR X
The paper inserts are identical to the WG target inserts.
This non-target was issued after the target design was discontinued in the USA.
"Made in Japan. Mfg. by Sanyo" at 9 o'clock
Inner mirror band info: MANUFACTURED BY SANYO JAPAN 3432-2 509215
The rear tray insert is identical to the WG insert except "Printed in West Germany"
is replaced by "Printed in U.S.A." and there is nothing printed on the reverse.
My copy is housed in a sexy smooth frosted-top two dimple jewel case (32/33) with an eight-prong disc tray (Pp 5.2).
This one is identical to the above example, including the matrix number, except it states,
"MADE IN JAPAN" at 6 o'clock. Why? I have no idea!
My copy is housed in a smooth frosted-top case with two long stopper bars.
A "1" embossed on one upper tab is the only identifying feature.