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Crap Detectors - Police State?


Tracklist


1Police State
Drums – Herb HillVocals, Guitar, Bass, Synthesizer – Jim Jacobi
2Set Program
Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer – J. JacobiPercussion – Herb HillTambourine [Second] – Brad Kieger

Notes


Includes insert.

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: 92x72

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Crap Detectors - Police State?
Performer: Crap Detectors
Genre: Rock
Title: Police State?
Country: US
Released: 1979
Style: Punk
MP3 album: 2299 mb
FLAC album: 1001 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 371
Source: Vinyl, 7"
Label: Real Records

Mananara
I noticed that all copies for sale do not have the original sleeve. All are Xerox copies of the original sleeve/art. That screams bootleg , in my opinion. I've got an original copy, with the OG sleeve, and insert. I've heard of bootlegs of this EP before, and it seems to affect the price difference dramatically without the original cover. Regardless if they're bootlegs or originals, it seems the majority of the value is in the original sleeve itself . anyone else think its fishy that all copies for sale do not have the OG sleeve? Anyways...
can you please let me know any details to tell if the sleeves are original , what i shold look for in an original sleeve, dose the original have a gloss or anything i could use ,possale if sleeve is on think or thin paper , any info would be helpful thanks in advance. jason
Not a bootleg. The band had new old stock copies but vinyl only. Not enough sleeves were printed originally. Collectors made xerox sleeves for them. Not uncommon at all in the world of 70s/80s punk singles collecting.