"I Know Very Well How I Got My Note Wrong"
UK 7" [Factory FAC244+]
The 7" variation of this highly collectible title, which was given away with the first 1000 copies of the Durutti Column album titled "Vini Reilly", comes in a rigid sleeve that opens from the side. The front and back artwork is very minimal, just black text over white (view front and back from menu on the left). The record has a solid centre. The labels are also very minimal. The a-side label is white with just only a bit of small black text: the catalogue number in the top half, and the title, "Vincent Gerrard & Stephen Patrick" and "45" in the bottom half. The b-side label is all white because there is no music on that side. Nowhere on the packaging is there any recording, production, writing or label credit, or any logo.
UK CD3 [Factory FACD244+]
The 3" cd counterpart to the above item was given away with compact disc copies of the Durutti Column album "Vini Reilly". The packaging is a bit like a small digipack although the only plastic inside is the 9-prong disc holder at the centre. The front and back artwork are slight variations on the 7" artwork (view front and back from the menu on the left). There is no text on the spine. The disc is minimal, all silver with a bit of small text in black: the catalogue number in the top half, and the title and "Vincent Gerrard & Stephen Patrick" in the bottom half. Nowhere on the packaging is there any recording, production, writing or label credit, or any logo.
UK CD3 promo [Factory FACD244+]
Against expectations, promos of this title are out there for collectors to get their hands onto, as copies of the cd in its mini-digipack with a "Out Promotion" sticker on the back giving the contact info of plugger Nicki Kefalas have made it on the collectors market.
UK 7" white label [Factory FAC244+]
Test pressings of the 7" format have also made it into the hands of collectors. These have all white labels. Some copies have the title and artists names handwritten on the a-side label or on the white paper record bag in which the test pressing is usually circulated. Some copies were marked with the date "15 March 1989".