Pressing information for earlier AFI records


#1

Back around 2010 Geoff Kresge created a Myspace page to detail pressing info for Key Lime Pie era releases. The page doesn’t exist anymore but it’s been archived in the Wayback Machine.

A few things of interest: the entry for Dork details the then-recent concern about bootlegs that had been produced by a former member of Loose Change. In addition, Geoff talks about scrapped plans for a reissue that is largely the same as the reissue we’re getting this year.

There are now approximately ten known copies of the green translucent variant of Punk Fiction.

31 test pressings of Fly in the Ointment were fitted with new sleeves and center labels as a Halloween release a few years back.

https://web.archive.org/web/20100810232820/myspace.com/keylimepierecords


#2

Bootleg versions of “Dork” have sold for as much as $700.00 USD!

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KEY LIME PIE RECORDS was formed in 1992 by Geoff Kresge as an outlet to release music on vinyl by his then-current band, AFI. A very limited quantity of copies of each release was manufactured and each has come to command a hefty sum on the collector market. Although the last piece of vinyl released Key Lime Pie hit the streets in 1994, this page has been set up as a resource guide for collectors of the early period of AFI’s recording career.

We have chosen to detail only the vinyl releases that feature AFI from this period in their career. It should be noted however, that the band also appeared on several cassette-only and CD-only compilations as well as a handful of VHS compilation videos and a soundtrack album for a film entitled Godmoney. These details have been omitted based on a lack of detailed information regarding such releases.


Please note that Key Lime Pie Records is not looking to sign any new bands, so please do not submit links for your band’s MySpace profile or website.


This page is an ongoing effort to detail AFI’s Key Lime Pie releases as well as releases from the early days up until the band’s signing to Nitro Records in 1996. Information that will be featured will include photos, pressing data, release dates, etc. Please check in occasionally to view the updates. Although this page reflects only releases from this era, the content will be geared towards both the casual collector and the hardcore fanatics.

Enjoy.

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The records released by AFI on Key Lime Pie Records were pressed in very small quantities. This was based on two factors: limited resources and what the band perceived as limited demand. The sum total of records manufactured by Key Lime Pie Records was 1035 pieces of vinyl. This number includes test pressings and promotional records. The actual number of records that were available for sale is somewhere in the neighborhood of 1000. Many of these records were sold in Northern California, either to friends of the band or at a few record shops, which sold records on consignment. Some of the records were still in print when the band began touring in 1995 and they were sold at shows on the band’s early tours. What follows is a breakdown of the records released by Key Lime Pie Records, as well as other releases from the period of time that featured the lineup that recorded these early “classics”.


Dork

• Released March 2, 1993 (Key Lime Pie Records) Split release with Loose Change. AFI tracks recorded at City of Light, Lakeport, CA in September 1992.

YELLOW Vinyl Test Pressing - 4 copies exist.
• All previous accounts list 6 copies. This is incorrect and the whereabouts of all copies is known at this time with the exception of the single copy that was given to Loose Change at the time that they were received from the pressing plant.
• There are recent reports of BLACK vinyl test pressings. If these do in fact exist, they are bootlegs, or test pressings for the bootleg release.

BLACK Vinyl Promotional Version - Approximately 6 copies exist.
• These records were sent out, by AFI, to record labels as “demos” and fanzines for review purposes.
• 1636860-A PROMOTIONAL etched into the run-off groove.
• Hand-colored center labels and logos on sleeve.
• In 2003, a copy of the Promotional Version sold online for $2,000.00 (USD)!

BLACK Vinyl Regular Version - 200 copies exist (First Pressing).
• All previous accounts list 210 copies. This number reflects the total number of records pressed, including the above mentioned Promotional Version.
• A very small, but unknown quantity of the Regular Version were released with slightly smaller sleeves with a blank interior.

• In 1994, plans were made to reissue DORK as a four-song 7" featuring the three AFI songs from the original release and the session outtake “Mini Trucks Suck”. The sleeve artwork was revised as an AFI-only sleeve, featuring the same front cover artwork and a new band photo on the back of the sleeve. The new version of the record was planned to appear on colored vinyl and include multiple inserts. The reissue was never officially released, as the band (even at that time) felt that the material was outdated and decided to focus their collective energies on new music.

• It has recently been discovered that in addition to the three tracks released on “Dork” and the above-mentioned “Mini Trucks Suck”, an alternate version of “Cereal Wars” was recorded at this session. This alternate version was completed but never mixed.

Bootleg versions of “Dork” have sold for as much as $700.00 USD!

READ ABOUT HOW TO SPOT A BOOTLEG VERSION OF DORK IN THIS BLOG! DON’T BE FOOLED BY THE BOOTLEGGERS!


Behind The Times EP

• Released June 11, 1993 (Key Lime Pie Records) Re-pressed in February/March 1994. Recorded at City of Light, Lakeport, CA in April 1993.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - 10 copies exist.
• Large center holes and generic factory labels.

TRANSLUCENT BLACK Vinyl - 400 copies exist (First Pressing).
• Approximately 30 copies of the first pressing were sold with photocopied sleeves and variant inserts. The actual sleeves for the release had not been finished by the print shop in time for the first show the band sold the records at, so photocopied facsimiles were substituted. The variant insert pointed out that one could redeem the variants for the proper sleeve and insert at a later date. None of these facsimile sleeves and inserts were ever returned to the band. As a result, there were nearly enough proper sleeves left on hand to facilitate a second pressing which would meet the pressing plant’s minimum order of 100 pieces at a later date.

OPAQUE BLACK Vinyl - 100 copies exist (Second Pressing).
• A very small quantity of the second pressing were sold with no sleeves.
• Second pressing versions were sold in “re-sealable” sleeves, which had an adhesive strip and flap that would seal the record into the sleeve.

• In addition to the six tracks featured on “Behind The Times”, two additional tracks were recorded for this session. An alternate version of “Self Pity” and an unreleased track, “Stupidest”, were completed but never released.


Eddie Picnic’s All Wet

• Released March 18 1994 (Key Lime Pie Records) Recorded LIVE at The Phoenix Theater, Petaluma, CA December 29, 1993.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - 10 copies exist.
• Large center holes and generic factory labels.

PINK Vinyl - 201 copies exist (First Pressing).
• Sleeves were hand-numbered from 1/200 to 200/200.

• When the pressing plates were returned to Key Lime Pie Records, a copy of the record - on pink vinyl - was present between the plates. This copy was subsequently put in a sleeve and numbered 201/200.

BLACK Vinyl - 100 copies exist (Second Pressing).
• Sleeves are identical to the first pressing, with the exception of a white strip which obscured the “colored vinyl” section on the back of the sleeve.

• The sleeve for EPAW was originally designed as an 8-page booklet, rather than the standard folded sleeve. The booklet was to include lyrics, band photos and alternate graphics. Due to the time-consuming assembly process (hand-folding and stapling each booklet/sleeve) this configuration didn’t make it beyond a few prototype copies.

• Audio for “Eddie Picnic’s All Wet” was taken from the soundboard recording made at this show. The soundboard recording features the entire performance, but remains unreleased. Video footage of this show also exists.


This Is Berkeley Not West Bay

• Released December 16, 1994 (Zafio Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA in August 1994.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Unknown quantities exist.

• A compilation EP which includes the AFI track “Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing” which was recorded during AFI’s first Art Of Ears sessions. Features guest vocals by Tim Armstrong who, along with Brett Reed, is credited as the track’s producer.

BLACK Vinyl - 1000 copies may exist (First Pressing).

BLACK Vinyl - 1000 copies may exist (Possible Second Pressing).

• In researching the pressing information for TIBNWB, it has been found that there are possibly two pressings for this record, although the two would be impossible to distiguish from one another. To the recollection of the owner of Zafio Records, there is the possibility that there was one pressing was done of 1000 copies, possibly 2000 copies - or one pressing of 1000 copies and a second pressing of 1000 copies. Information on this release will be updated when/if additional details become available.

• The session from which “Love Is A Many Splendored Thing” is taken, included five additional tracks. Two of the five additional recordings, “Half-Empty Bottle” and “Your Name Here”, were used on the “Answer That And Stay Fashionable” album. Alternate versions of “I Wanna Get A Mohawk”, “Yürf Rendenmein” and “Kung Fu Devil” (with different lyrics) from this session remain unreleased.

• Audio for AFI’s set at the record release show for “This Is Berkeley Not West Bay” exists from a soundboard recording made at this show. The soundboard recording remains unreleased. Video footage of AFI’s set from this show also exists and circulates among collectors.


Fly In The Ointment

• Released March 31, 1995 (Wedge Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - 38 copies exist. Plain white labels.
• 38 copies seems like an unusually large number of test pressings. The reasoning behind ordering a large number of test pressings was to have a limited-edition version made available at a later date. The initial order was for 50 test pressings. 12 of these were used for the promotional version below, which left a remainder of 38 copies to be used for such a purpose. It was planned to use 35 of these remaining copies for the limited-edition, which would see 30 copies offered for sale and one copy each for the band members and for Matt Wedgley, who ran Wedge Records. The limited-edition was to feature alternate sleeve artwork by Geoff Kresge and include multiple inserts, including stickers and other items. As the band began heavily touring shortly after the release of FITO, this plan fell by the wayside and unfortunately never came to pass. The remaining copies are still owned by Geoff Kresge. There are no plans to release these copies for public sale.

BLACK Vinyl Promotional Version - 12 copies exist.
• These records were sent out, by AFI, to concert promoters only, in order to obtain tour bookings.
• Hand-screened center labels.
• Hand-colored sleeves (song titles on back of sleeve).

GLOW-IN-THE-DARK Vinyl 1000 copies exist (First Pressing).
• Two color variations exist on the center labels. Both are different shades of yellow. One variation is “bright yellow” and the other is “mustard yellow”. Some records appear with the bright yellow labels on both sides, some with mustard yellow labels on both sides and some with one side having one shade of yellow on each side. This inadvertent variation in center labels is apparently divided fairly evenly throughout the pressing, with none of the variants appearing to be any more rare than the others.

Translucent YELLOW Vinyl 1000 copies exist (Second Pressing).
• Light Green/Blue center labels.

BLACK Vinyl 1000 copies exist (Third Pressing).
• Blue center labels.
•Some copies of the Black Vinyl Third Pressing feature a lighter weight paper stock for the sleeve. This was due to the supply of the original sleeves (on a heavy card stock) having been exhausted on previous pressings. Unknown quantities exist with the lighter “paper sleeves”, although it is most likely less than 50 copies

• Fly In The Ointment features guest vocals by Matt Wedgley on the song “Open Your Eyes”, a song originally recorded by Matt’s band The Circus Tents. FITO was released on Matt’s label Wedge Records.
• An alternate version of “Open Your Eyes” would later appear on the Nitro Records reissue of ATASF.


Answer That And Stay Fashionable (Original Version)

• Released July 4, 1995 (Wingnut Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA.
• Previously published discographies list ATASF as being released August 1, 1995. This is incorrect.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - 2 copies known to exist. Plain white labels with hand-stamped Wingnut Records logo.

RED Vinyl Tour Version - 500 copies exist (First Pressing).
• These records were sold by AFI on early tours. Some copies were sent out randomly among the Black Vinyl version and sold in record shops.

BLACK Vinyl Version - Approximately 1000-2000 copies exist (First and Second Pressings).
• This was the standard version sold in record shops.
• The sleeves for this pressing have a different layout than the Third Pressing. The first version has solid red lettering, in one line, across the bottom and the spacing between the letters “a f i” is wider. The tan color of the background is also very light.

BLACK Vinyl Version - Approximately 1000-2000 copies exist (Third Pressing).
• The sleeves for this pressing have a different layout than the First and Second Pressings. The second version has the artwork redone to look the way the band actually intended it to look, with the red text distressed and printed in two lines across the bottom and the “a f i” appearing in more bold letters with less space between each letter. The tan color of the background was also corrected for this version. The layout for the insert was also corrected. However, some copies of the record with the revised sleeve contain the earlier version of the insert, apparently due to an overstock of the original inserts.

• Two of the recordings featured on ATASF, “Half-Empty Bottle” and “Your Name Here”, were taken from the band’s first Art Of Ears sessions. These were the same sessions that yielded the version of “Love is a Many Splendored Thing” that appears on the “This is Berkeley Not West Bay” compilation. Initially, four of the six songs from this session were to appear on a 7" EP on Key Lime Pie Records, which was never issued, although a master was made for this EP. The remainder of the Wingnut Records version of the album was recorded as one continuous session. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

untitled (a/k/a Heckle Split)

• Released some time between late-November, 1995 and January, 1996 (Wingnut Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA in late-October 1995.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Unknown copies exist.

WHITE Vinyl - 300 copies exist (First Pressing).
•These records were sold by AFI on early tours. Some copies were sent out randomly among the Black Vinyl version and sold in record shops.

• It has recently been discovered that Wingnut Records only released 250 copies of the White Vinyl version for sale, while retaining 50 copies not offered for public sale.

WHITE Vinyl with BLACK Marbling - As few as 8 copies may exist (First Pressing).
• It has recently been discovered that this version exists. In a recent move, Geoff Kresge came across a box of early AFI records, which upon inspection revealed several copies of this record on White Vinyl with Black Marbling.

BLACK Vinyl Version - 700 copies exist (First Pressing).
• This split release was issued not only based on the fact that AFI and Heckle had become friends on tour, but also as a means for Wingnut to cross-promote AFI and the newly-signed Heckle, whose debut album followed this release by several months (and was produced by Geoff Kresge and Adam Carson).


Bacteria Sour - Volume 1

• Released 1996 (Bacteria Sour Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA in late-October 1995.

• A compilation EP which includes the AFI track “Fishbowl” which was recorded during the Art Of Ears sessions that also yielded the AFI tracks featured on the untitled (a/k/a Heckle Split) record.

• There are many variants for this record. Detailed information seems varied and no “official” data can be found at present time regarding the many variants. The details below are sourced from various Pushead fansites and are detailed as accurately as possible. However, as a sidenote, the version of this record that is owned by Geoff Kresge is not listed below and no data has been found to determine the scarcity of this version, so it has been omitted from the details below.
Here is a link to a great fansite that shows alternate cover art for the different versions: PusFan

• Inserts include an information sheet which details each track on the record, Bacteria Sour discography sheet, mail order list, Bacteria Sour sticker, Pushead Fan Club Phase 3 information (not included with Version 9), information sheet for international version. Some versions also included a Pushead “Hand of Fear” temporary tattoo insert.

BLACK Vinyl (Version 1) - 580 copies exist. “US version”.
• Orange background cover.

RED Vinyl (some with BLACK Marbling) (Version 2) - 75 copies exist.
• Orange background cover. Red inner sleeve. Hand-numbered on inside of sleeve.

RED Vinyl (with BLACK Marbling) (Version 3) - 17 copies exist.
• Copper Sleeve. Brown face. Hand-numbered on inside of sleeve.

SPLIT Vinyl - CLEAR GREEN and SOLID GREEN/WHITE SWIRL (Version 4) - 6 copies exist.
• Copper Sleeve. Green face. Brown stars. Hand-numbered on inside of sleeve.

DARK RED Vinyl (Version 5) - 15 copies exist.
• Silver Sleeve. Hand-numbered on inside of sleeve.

SPLIT vinyl - SOLID MINT GREEN and CLEAR GREEN (Version 6) - 280 copies exist. “International Version”.
• Green cover background. Orange stars.
• This version was sold only through International Mail Order. The sleeves of this version apparently fade when exposed to direct sunlight.

SPLIT GREEN Vinyl (Version 7) - 45 copies exist.
• Metallic paper. Silver background. Green demon. Orange stars.

RED Vinyl and Split vinyl - SOLID MINT GREEN and CLEAR GREEN Vinyl (Version 8) - 4 copies exist.
• Double 7" version with two separate EPs containing the same music on both. Record One features the Version 1 cover, but without the Bacteria Sour logo on the front cover and vinyl like Version 2 (Red Vinyl). Record Two is like Version 6 (Green cover background with Orange stars and Split vinyl - Solid Mint Green and Clear Green). Hand-numbered on inside of sleeve.

RED Vinyl (Version 9) - 4 copies exist. “Green Cover / Red Vinyl” version.
• Green cover background with Orange stars. Hand-numbered, signed and stamped inside the sleeve.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing (Version 10) - Unknown quantities exist.
• Test Pressing with color cover. Track listing hand-written on the inner sleeve. Features a small sticker on the front with the date stamped and “13.V.TEST” handwritten by Pushead.

• “Fishbowl” was scheduled to appear with several other tracks on an AFI 7" on Bacteria Sour, which was unfortunately never issued. Several tracks were recorded for the project, including recordings of “Fishbowl” and “File 13” which pre-date the versions of these songs that later appeared on VPOY.


Very Proud of Ya

• Released June 18, 1996 (Nitro Records) Recorded at TML Studios, Hayward, CA.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Unknown quantities exist.

BLACK Vinyl - Unknown quantities exist (Still in print).

••• NEW DISCOVERY!!! •••
A copy of Very Proud Of Ya has just been discovered on Opaque Dark Green Vinyl with slight Black and White Marbling!

This rare find has the songs for Side B pressed on both sides of the record. The labels are correct, with a Side A label on one side, and a Side B label on the other side, but “Fishbowl” is the first track on both sides.

The matrix number on both sides of this record is NR-15805-B.

• This record is the first AFI release to continuously stay in print with no breaks in production.

• The vinyl version includes three songs not originally available on CD version of the album.

• This is the first AFI release to exist in its entirety in demo form prior production. All tracks found on the album were recorded as demos before actual recording began, some of which have subtle differences in performances and/or arrangements. These demo recordings remain unreleased.

• The hidden pregap track on the CD version of the album, “No Dave Party”, was intended to feature lead vocals from all members of AFI except Davey Havok (hence the song’s title), yet only made it to the point of having the instrumental tracks recorded. The vocals were left unfinished due to time constraints in the studio.

• Several additional tracks that were intended to appear on the album made it to the point of having all instrumental tracks recorded, but the vocals were left unfinished due to time constraints in the studio. These songs were subsequently completely re-recorded in their entirety at a later recording session.

• Again, due to time constraints in the studio, VPOY is not presented in its complete form as intended, at least in the case of several songs in which many of the guitar solos were omitted from the recording sessions in order to ensure the completion of the vocal tracks.

• Even at the time of the release of VPOY, some members of the band were disappointed with the “finished” product, having felt that the recordings were not a fair representation of the band or the song selection, based on the limited amount of time allotted for developing the songs before the album sessions began and the methods utilized during the production of the recordings. It was felt that the band was given too short an amount of time to write and finalize new songs before entering the studio, hence the re-recording of several previously released songs from various EPs and compilations. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

Bombing The Bay

• Released late-1996/early-1997 (Sessions Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA.
• Several release dates have been listed on various websites, ranging from 1995 to 1997. AFI’s track was recorded between November 1996 and January 1997, but cue sheets from the sessions do not include a date. The record was released some time before Geoff Kresge made his final live appearance as a member of AFI in April 1997.

• AFI contributed a cover of the Dag Nasty song “Values Here” to this split release.

• This split release with Swingin’ Utters was discussed between band members for years before it actually came to be released. The two bands had been playing shows together since early 1995 and talks about releasing a split 7" were already happening at that time. The two bands developed a tight relationship early on and later embarked on two North American tours together based on their mutual appreciation of each others bands and as friends. As each band separately began more rigorous touring schedules, the possibility of releasing this split record seemed more and more unlikely. Finally, Swingin’ Utters were contacted by Sessions Records and asked to record a song for a split release with a band of their own choosing and the Bombing The Bay record was realized.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Approximately 5 copies exist.

BLACK Vinyl - 1000 copies exist (First Pressing).

• The sleeve for Bombing The Bay was designed by Vinny Wintermeyer, who had also executed the layout for the revised Wingnut version of ATASF, the design and layout for VPOY and also the Punk Fiction compilation. The first pressing of Bombing The Bay stays true to Vinny’s original concept, and is printed on a matte finish cardstock (ie: not shiny) to simulate the appearance of a vintage paperback book, keeping in line with the graphic style of the sleeve imagery. On later pressings this effect was eliminated for unknown reasons.

BLACK Vinyl - Unknown quantities exist (Second Pressing, possibly multiple re-pressings).

• All copies of Bombing The Bay that were pressed after the initial pressing was sold out feature a glossy sleeve and alternate Sessions Records logo. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

Answer That And Stay Fashionable (Nitro Records Version)

• Reissued April 22, 1997 (Nitro Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA.
• Reissue date may be incorrect. It is more likely that the reissue date was some time in February or March 1997 to coincide with AFI’s US tour in support of The Offspring.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Unknown quantities exist.

BLACK Vinyl - Unknown quantities exist (Still in print).

• The Nitro Records version of ATASF is different than the Wingnut Records version in that it was completely remixed by Geoff Kresge and Andy Ernst at The Art Of Ears before it was remastered and reissued.

• The artwork for the Nitro Records version of ATASF is also slightly different than the Wingnut Records revised version due to the fact that Wingnut Records was in possession of the only disc containing the revised artwork and would not relinquish it to AFI or Nitro Records. The Nitro Records version artwork was recreated by Paul Miner, later a founding member of Death By Stereo.

• The Nitro Records version of ATASF features a bonus track that was not included on the original Wingnut Records release. It features guest vocals by Matt Wedgley on the song “Open Your Eyes”, a song originally recorded by Matt’s band The Circus Tents. This is an alternate version of “Open Your Eyes” which is slightly different than the version found on “Fly In The Ointment”.

• Nitro Records later issued several colored vinyl versions of ATASF, as well as the entire Nitro catalog of AFI releases. These versions are not detailed here at this time as they are not considered to be collectible despite their limited quantities.


Punk Fiction

• Released July 30, 1997 (Wedge Records) Recorded at The Art Of Ears, Hayward, CA in late-October 1995.

• A compilation album which includes AFI performing the Negative Approach track “Whatever I Do” which was recorded during the Art Of Ears sessions that also yielded the AFI tracks featured on the untitled (a/k/a Heckle Split) record.

BLACK Vinyl Test Pressing - Unknown quantities exist.

BLACK Vinyl - 1000 copies exist (First Pressing).

GREEN Vinyl - Unknown quantities exist.

• The Green Vinyl version of Punk Fiction is somewhat of a mystery, as it was not ordered at the time of pressing. It was not intended to exist and was not discovered until several years after the fact by collectors.


UNRELEASED RECORDINGS

• An exciting discovery has recently been made, wherein several unreleased demos, studio sessions, album outtakes and live recordings have been found. Some of these recordings date back to 1992 and some can only be dated by track listings/setlists as they are unmarked or not labeled. Many studio session tapes have been found dating from 1992, before the release of Dork, through 1997, after the release of VPOY. Some of the sessions were intended for various releases, but were not issued for whatever reason. Others were simply works in progress. Only a handful of the tapes found have been previewed for cataloging purposes. Who knows what the remaining tapes will reveal?

Read more: https://web.archive.org/web/20100810232820/myspace.com/keylimepierecords#ixzz4okZQWvhw

I copy/pasted it as well. Thanks!


#3

I’ve heard this number thrown around. Do you know where you heard it?


#4

I counted, lol. You, Slinch, Andrea85, 4ibanez, Geoff Kresge, Matt Wedgley, and a handful of people on Discogs.


#5

And to think, I got my copy by accident. I thought I was just buying a regular pressing and when I opened it up it was green. Still, 10 copies seems kinda low but I guess we’ll never know.


#6

That’s awesome. It’s a variant I’ve been after for a long time but have never seen for sale.


#7

You guys are educating me. I never knew Punk Fiction even had variants… that is cool. I’m pretty sure mine is black.

Yep, just checked, it’s black.


#8

If you want crazy variants, check out Bacteria Sour volume 1. Different vinyl and sleeves.


#9

FUCK NO. I paid way too much for that rcord. I don’t even know what version I have, but I paid at least $75 for is like 10 years ago. I may have even paid over $100 for it. I was nuts back then.

But, thank you. :slight_smile:


#10

Dude let me know which version you have. Bacteria Sour hits two different groups of collectors: AFI collectors and Pushead collectors. Some of those variants are incredibly limited too.


#11

The version of Fishbowl on that comp is excellent :ok_hand:


#12

It’s my favorite alternate from VPOY. Charles Atlas from the Ten Years Later comp is a close second.


#13

Ahhh shit there’s a comp with a different recording? I am so ashamed not knowing this.


#14

I greatly appreciate. I’m taking this photo just for you. :slight_smile:

Here’s mine. This has been in storage for the last 10 years (?)


#15

Yeah it’s called “Bossa Nova… Ten Years Later”

It’s only available on CD, but it’s worth having.


#16

Nice! You’ve got the regular version /700.


#17

Gotcha - thanks! I suspected I probably had a more regular version when I saw (remembered) the black vinyl.

Thank you :slight_smile:


#18

@insectpins …and ordered!


#19

Pay attention to the bass starting at 2:27. It’s so good.


#20

Does anyone else have a copy of the very proud of ya with side b on both sides on green vinyl?