"The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get"|
UK 7" [Parlophone R6372]
The UK 7" comes in a rigid glossy sleeve opening from the side, with a semi-circle cut-out portion on the back for easier access to the record (view front and back artwork from the menu on the left). Because this format was 'limited' and numbered, there is a white box in the bottom right corner on the back with a number stamped into it. The record has a solid centre and vintage black Parlophone labels with silver text and a big yellow Parlophone logo at the top. There's a retro-looking "45RPM" top right, production credits, EMI copyright and publishing info on the left, catalogue number and "BIEM/MCPS" on the right, track listing including songwriting credits at the bottom, legal warning around the top edge.
R 6372 A1 / R 6372 B1
UK 12" [Parlophone 12R6372]
The front artwork of the 12" format is very slightly different to that of the 7" in the position and relative size of the text (see left). If it wasn't removed, there usually is a white circular sticker on the front advertising the inclusion of a poster and the fact that this is a limited edition. The back of the sleeve shows the same image as the back of the 7", with more or less the same elements around it, but these elements (the barcode, credits, logos, etc) vary in size (view left). Also, the track listing obviously includes this format's extra track. Because it was 'limited' and numbered, there is a white box in the bottom right corner with a number stamped into it. The record comes inside a white poly-lined paper inner sleeve and bears vintage black Parlophone labels with silver text and a big yellow Parlophone logo at the top. There's a retro-looking "45RPM" top right, production credits and EMI copyright on the left, catalogue number and publishing info on the right, track listing including songwriting credits at the bottom, legal warning around the top edge. This item is incomplete without the folded poster that was included with every copy.
12R6372 A-2-1-1 / 12R6372 B-2-1-1
UK cd-single [Parlophone CDR6372]
The cd-single comes in a thin jewelcase. When compared to the other three UK formats, the cd's J-card insert shows a cropped close-up of the usual image (view left). The spine and back are black with white text. The spine shows the barcode number, Morrissey's name and the title track. The back flap has on the left a large barcode including the two catalogue numbers, empty "F:" and "I:" compartments and 5 lines of sideways text. To the right of the barcode are found the track listing and a sideways Parlophone logo. The insert's reverse was adapted from the 7" and 12" back artwork, but there is no barcode, Parlophone logo or white box with stamped number (view left). The disc is black with white text and a yellow Parlophone logo at the top. The track listing on it includes songwriting credits and song lengths and is found in the bottom half above Morrissey's name. A Compact Disc logo, production credits and an EMI copyright are on the left; the catalogue numbers, publishing info and "Made In The UK" on the right and a legal warning around the top edge.
A number of copies are circulated with a 'mispressed' disc showing in the empty top-right space the "45RPM" stylised graphics usually found on the labels of the vinyl formats. These 'mispressed' copies are obviously more collectible and more collected than the standard ones, but they are still not very difficult to come by.
UK cassette-single [Parlophone TCR6372]
The cassette insert shows the usual Morrissey image on the front, above a black background in which is printed Morrissey's name, the title track and, in very small in the bottom right corner, "Cassette Single" (view left). The spine and back are black with white text. The spine gives Morrissey's name above the title, both in the same font as on the front. There is a Parlophone logo at the top and the barcode number at the very bottom. The back flap shows a barcode at the centre, between the track listing and a Parlophone logo. The barcode box includes 4 sideways compartments on the right: "F:" (left empty), "I:" (left empty), "UK:" which includes the UK catalogue number and a fourth one with three lines of text including "Printed In UK". The insert has one extra fold-out panel. It was modelled on the usual back artwork. The usual tattoed chest image is at the bottom and above it are given Morrissey's name, the track listing including songwriting credits and publishing information as well as the usual production, artwork and provenance credits, an EMI copyright and a Parlophone logo. The cassette is made of black plastic with pale grey text printed directly onto it. It shows, amongst other things, the barcode number and the UK catalogue number in the top left corner, the track listing top-centre and a Parlophone logo in the top right corner.
UK 7" jukebox [Parlophone R6372]
This is just like the standard 7" described above, but the record has a large hole at its center so it can be played in a jukebox. This means that a bit of the yellow Parlophone logo, of the credits top-left and of the "45 RPM" logo have been lost with the cut. The record is usually found in a generic die-cut paper sleeve, not in a picture sleeve.
UK cd promo [Parlophone CDRDJ6372]
The release of this single was mainly promoted in the UK with the help of this one-track promo cd and its 7" counterpart described next, both featuring the same unique front artwork (with minor difference in the position of the text; view left). The card sleeve opens from the side. Its back is all white except for four lines of credits at the very bottom beneath a Parlophone logo and the catalogue number, all in black. The disc surface is orange with black text and was modelled on vintage Parlophone labels. There is a large Parlophone logo at the top with "Promotional Copy" printed beneath it; the track listing (including songwriting credits and song lengths) at the bottom above Morrissey's name; production credits, EMI copyright, publishing info and label code on the left; Parlophone 'pound' logo, catalogue number and Compact Disc logo on the right; legal warning around the top and bottom edges.
A number of copies are circulated with the 'mispressed' disc described above (see stock compact disc paragraph) instead of the specially-designed promo disc. It can be presumed that EMI/Parlophone salvaged these mispressed copies by sending them out as promos inside the usual promo-only card sleeve. The promos including a 'mispressed' disc appear to be scarcer than those including the intended one, but they are still not extremely difficult to come by.
UK 7" promo [Parlophone RDJ6372]
The 7" vinyl counterpart to the promo cd described above features the same unique front artwork, but the text on it is positioned slightly differently (view left). The sleeve opens from the side and is indented on the back for better grip on the record. The back is all white except for four lines of credits at the very bottom beneath a black Parlophone logo and the catalogue number, all in black. The labels are orange with mostly black text and were modelled on vintage Parlophone labels. There is a large Parlophone logo at the top with "Promotional Copy" printed beneath it; the title (including songwriting credits and song lengths) at the bottom above Morrissey's name; production credits, EMI copyright and publishing info on the left; Parlophone 'pound' logo and catalogue numbers on the right; legal warning in white around the top and bottom edges.
R 6372 A1 / R 6372 B1
Some copies have been spotted with a large white sticker on the front of the sleeve featuring six lines of press-release style text. The presence of a plugger sticker on the back of the sleeve would be expected (confirmation needed).
UK cd promo [Parlophone CDRDJ6372]
Promotion of this single was also done with the help of an unexpected pairing of the orange promo disc (see UK cd promo above for description) inside the usual packaging of the stock cd including J-card insert (view UK cd above for description). The cd case has two promo stickers affixed onto it: one on the front featuring a blue Parlophone 'pound' logo and the contact information for Parlophone plugger Helena McGeough, and a large, white, computer-printed one on the back announcing the release date of "28.2", the upcoming release of the "Vauxhall & I" album and introducing Morrissey's new manager.
UK video promo [Arena]
The release of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" was surely preceded with the distribution of a promo video, but the only one reported so far is this one produced by Arena and featuring an alternate video to the one that was generally broadcast and collected on "Oye Esteban". The footage is a mix of the usual video with Morrissey footage from earlier promotional films and the audio is an early version of the song. The videocassette's top sticker label is white with a green Arena logo in the top right corner. It states Morrissey's name, "The More You Ignore Me" [sic], "Mono", "PAL" and "VHS". The front sticker label is white and repeats the same information, without the logo but with the additional date "02/03/94". The videocassette comes inside a generic card slipcase. There is a possibility that this item served reference purposes and not really promotional ones (confirmation/correction needed).
UK cd promo "Very Parlophone" [Parlophone ??]
The title track was included on a Parlophone sampler cd titled "Very Parlophone" alongside material from labelmates Blur, the Pet Shop Boys, Radiohead, Duran Duran, Heart, etc. The cd comes with a tall booklet featuring biographies of the featured artists and information regarding the marketing campaign for their most recent release. The front of the booklet shows a small girl on a swing wearing a white Parlophone t-shirt and a colourful feather headdress. The disc is white with very minimal text on it bar the red Parlophone logo at the top above the compilation title. More information needed.
A 2-sided promo flat was sent to retail at the time of release of the album. Like most other flats, it is made of card and is the size of a vinyl LP sleeve. At first glance it looks like both sides are identical, but one side actually says "New Single Available 28th February" whilst the other reads "New Single Out Now". View here.
UK subway size promo poster 152cm x 102cm (60" x 40")
UK promo poster 51cm x 36cm (20" x 14")
UK promo advert 40cm x 30cm (16" x 12")
UK 7" test pressing [Parlophone R6372]
The test pressing for the 7" has a solid centre, all-white labels, and comes inside a generic white paper record bag.
UK reference cassette [Abbey Road]
This Abbey Road reference cassette features the material that was originally planned to be released on this single before the b-sides were changed for different ones. The planned main b-side for all formats at the time was "Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning", and "Black-Eyed Susan" was going to be the extra track on the 12" (and presumably also the cd-single). The seven tracks on this reference cassette consists of the three that would have made the 12", followed by the two from the 7", then the two from the cassette-single, which means that the title track and "Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning" appear three times each and "Black-Eyed Susan" once. This reference cassette as well as its Japanese counterpart listed below were the only way anyone could get their hands onto the latter song until its inclusion on the "Sunny" single in 1995. The generic white Abbey Road insert has a grey and yellow Abbey Road logo on the front with Morrissey's name, "The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get" [sic] and the track listing's first four songs printed over it. The titles to the three other songs are printed on the insert's only extra fold-out panel. The last two titles in the track listing are followed by "TCR 6384" which was the planned catalogue number for this single at some point. The insert's spine gives Morrissey's name above "The More You Ignore Me…" [sic], next to a black and yellow Abbey Road logo. The logo is repeated on the back flap next to the words "Copied in Real Time by Maria Gordon At Abbey Road Studios on 8 September 1993" and the contact numbers for Abbey Road. The cassette is a generic Transco TRII C-60 made of smokey transparent plastic. One side has a white sticker label showing the black and yellow Abbey Road logo on the left, with Morrissey's name and "The More You Ignore Me..." [sic] printed on the right.
UK reference cd-r [Abbey Road]
This reference cd-r used in the preparation of the single features "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" only, and the version of the song may be an early one. The generic Abbey Road disc has a printed Abbey Road logo at the top, "reference cd" at the bottom above a Compact Disc logo and sections left and right to be filled with release information. The handwritten information in this particular case is in black marker: the artist ("Morrissey"), the title ("The More You Ignore Me. ETC" [sic]) and the date ("1/9/93"). The "Fix-Up" box on the right is checked and the "Cat No" box was left empty. The disc comes in a standard jewel case. The generic white Abbey Road front insert has a black and yellow Abbey Road logo at the top and boxed sections beneath to be filled with release information. The artist, title and date boxes have the same information as on the disc printed into them, and the "Cat No" box was again left empty. The "reference cd by" section at the bottom has "Steve Rooke" printed inside it. Information on the back tray inlay is needed.
UK reference cd-r [Abbey Road]
This alternate Abbey Road reference cd-r features the title track backed with "Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning" and "Black-Eyed Susan". It comes in a custom title Abbey Road studio reference sleeve with Abbey Road logo front top, and typewritten filled sections "ARTIST" (MORRISSEY), "TITLE" ("THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER.."), "DATE" (22.11.93) and "CAT NO" (CD SINGLE). The back shows printed precautions, a warranty and a Transco logo. The track listing including total duration is printed inside. The CD-R bears a Transco logo at the top and has handwritten on its surface the same information as found on the front (artist, date, etc).
UK reference cassette [Chop Em Out]
This in-house reference cassette features an early version of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" that is much more stripped down than the definitive version as it has none of its droning lead guitar. The song has the same general structure and the same vocal track. It comes on a generic Chrome Super II tape with white sticker labels on which only Morrissey's name is printed. The white Chop Em Out insert only states Morrissey's name and "1. The More You Ignore Me" [sic] on the front with a Parlophone logo in the bottom right corner. The spine only gives Morrissey's name. The back flap features the Chop Em Out logo and contact information.
Australia cd-single [EMI/Parlophone 881144-2 (no country mentioned)]
There is no country of manufacture mentioned anywhere on this edition. It is only known as Australian because it was originally sold in Australia at the time of release. It comes in a thin card sleeve just like the Dutch 2-track edition but the sleeve is actually wider and higher by about half a centimeter. The front shows the usual image of Morrissey but the position and size of the text is unique to Australia and, just like in the USA, the words "Compact Disc Maxi Single" are found beneath the title (view left). The back is modelled after the back of the UK formats, but the barcode is found sideways in the bottom right corner, the Parlophone logo above it and the catalogue number in the top right corner. No changes were made to the credits there. The disc is perfectly identical to the 'mispressed' variation of the UK disc (with "45RPM" graphics top right) except for the missing "Made In The UK" line.
Australia cassingle [EMI/Parlophone 8811444]
The Australian cassette-single was manufactured in a card slipcase instead of a standard plastic case with J-card insert. The front of it shows the exact same front artwork as on the UK cassingle. The back is the same as the extra fold-out panel of the insert of the UK cassette, with an additional barcode over the left-hand side of the photo at the bottom. The spine is black with white text. It shows Morrissey's name above the title in the same fonts on the front, with a Parlophone logo at the top and the barcode number at the bottom. The cassette is made of transparent plastic, its reels are blue and text is printed in blue directly onto it. Morrissey's name and the track listing is at the top on each side, a Parlophone logo on the left above a Dolby logo, the catalogue number printed sideways on the right and a warning at the bottom.
France cd-single [EMI 881242-2]
Despite the fact that the two Dutch compact discs described below were sold in France (amongst many other European countries), a specifically French edition was also manufactured. It may be the most interesting stock edition of this title, because it is limited to 3000 copies and includes a poster, but also because its design is somewhat different to that of all the other editions. The front artwork is based on the usual image, but the size and position of the text is unique to France (view left). Some copies have a large black and yellow sticker on the front advertising the inclusion of a poster. The design of the back artwork is also unique to France. It shows the usual image of the tattoed chest, but at the bottom, over a purple background (view left). There is a sideways barcode to the right of the image, logos for EMI and Parlophone beneath, and a dozen lines of credits in white above it: the track listing, songwriting and production credits, mention of availability on "Vauxhall & I", EMI France copyright and limitedness. The spines of the tray inlay are also purple with white text. They both give Morrissey's name in the same font as on the front, next to the title track and the catalogue number. The disc follows the same colour scheme of white text over a purple background. Morrissey's name is found at the top; the track listing including songwriting credits, a EMI France copyright, the catalogue number and logos for Compact Disc, EMI France, Parlophone and SACEM at the bottom; a legal warning around the top edge. The insert unfolds (12-fold) into a poster. The front of this poster shows the front artwork image without any text over it (view). The reverse shows an announcement for the release of the upcoming "Vauxhall & I" album in big bold white letters over a very dark purple variation of the same image (view). The bottom-centre portion of the latter side features the track listing (including songwriting and publishing credits) printed in white over dark purple and ends up at the back of the insert when folded.
France promo cd [EMI 881234-2]
The release of this title in France was promoted with stock copies of the 2-track Holland edition (described below) with an oval-shaped purple and white promo sticker on the back of the card sleeve. The sticker states the following French promo warning: "Echantillon Gratuit Ne Peut Etre Vendu".
Germany promo fact sheet
The release of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" was promoted in Germany with the help of stock copies of the 3-track Dutch edition (described below) paired with a "Compact Info" press release from EMI Germany. This press release is white with a pale blue and black "Compact Info" header and is folded to about the same size as the cd's packaging. Additional information welcome.
Holland cd-single 3-track edition [EMI 881144-2]
The 3-track edition of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get", which was made in Holland for the major European markets, was modelled after the UK edition which means that it comes in a slimline jewelcase. The front, spine and inner side of the J-card insert are identical to their UK counterparts (view left for front and inner side images). The back flap differs from the UK one by the presence of a price code in the "F:" compartment of the barcode box and the words "Printed In Holland" in the sideways credits (which are also centered instead of being justified to the left). The disc differs from the UK disc by the correction of the publishing acronyms from ""BIEM/MCPS" to "BIEM/STEMRA" and the provenance from "Made In The UK" to "Made In Holland". All copies also seem to be of the 'misprinted' variation, which means that they all have "45RPM" graphics top right.
Holland cd-single 2-track edition [EMI 881234-2]
Unlike its 3-track counterpart, the 2-track Dutch edition of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" comes inside a thin card sleeve. The front shows the usual Morrissey artwork, but the position of the text is unique to this format (view left). The back was modelled after the backs of the various UK formats and no changes were made to the usual credits. The only changes are found in the barcode box compartments. One states "Printed in Holland", the "UK:" compartment was left empty and the "F:" compartment is filled with "PM 110". There is an EMI logo in the sideways compartment on the right. The disc was also modelled on its UK counterpart, it only differs from it in the 2-song track listing at the bottom, the absence of a "CDR" catalogue number, the change of the publishing control to "BIEM/STEMRA" and the presence of the line "Made In Holland" on the right. No copies mispressed with "45RPM" graphics top right have been reported.
Japan advance cassette [TOCP-8075]
The existence of a Japanese counterpart to the UK reference cassette described above (the one featuring b-sides "Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning" and "Black-Eyed Susan") has been reported. Its catalogue number is the same one that would later be used for the Japanese edition of "Vauxhall & I". Information about the packaging is needed.
Philippines promo 7" [EMI 881234-2]
This item served to promote the release of "Vauxhall & I" and is therefore described in the latter album's collectors appendix.
Sweden promo cd [EMI 881234-2]
This promo cd, consisting of a Dutch 2-track edition of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" with a large white promo sticker on the back of its card slipcase, is also mentioned in the collector's appendix for "Vauxhall & I" as it was clearly meant to promote the latter album more than this single. The sticker mentions (in Swedish) the upcoming release of "Vaxhall & I" [sic], names the latter album's producer and ends with a mention of this single.
USA cd-single [Sire/Reprise 41276-2]
The American cd-single was sold inside a FLP digipack which has a black locking plastic flap to hold the front panel shut. It shows the usual artwork on the front, but the text is positioned slightly differently than everywhere else and the words "Compact Disc Maxi Single" are found beneath the title (view left). The spine is black with white text. It shows Morrissey's name and the title in the same fonts as on the front, between the catalogue number and "Sire/Reprise". The back was modelled on the backs of the various UK formats, but the EMI credits were replaced with Sire/Reprise ones and they include the catalogue numbers for the two American formats of "Vauxhall & I". Also, Sire, Reprise and Compact Disc logos are found above the barcode in the bottom right corner.There are two different versions of the FLP digipack. On some copies the plastic lock-flap has a trapezoid shape with the word "LIFT" and an arrow etched into it, and on other copies it has a semi-circular shape with only an arrow etched into it. The reverse of the front panel shows an alternate shot of the tattoed chest photo usually found on the back. This shot is not seen on any other edition of this single (view left). The disc is dark mauve with minimal white text. Morrissey's name is at the top with the track listing to its left, and the catalogue number is in the bottom half above one line of Sire/Reprise credits.
USA cassette-single [Sire/Reprise 9 18207-4]
The American cassingle comes in a card slipcase open at the top and bottom for the cassette to slide out. The front shows a unique crop of the usual front image, with a unique text layout (view left). The back was adapted from the usual back artwork. The top half shows all the credits in white over black, including Morrissey's name at the top (boxed as on the front). The credits include the track listing, songwriting, publishing, production and sleeve design information, and the catalogue numbers for the two American formats of "Vauxhall & I". Beneath the expected credits for Sire/Reprise, there is also a credit for Dolby technology. The bottom half shows the usual image of someone's chest with a 'MOZ' tattoo, with a sideways barcode over the bottom right portion and Sire, Reprise and Dolby logos above the barcode. The spines are black with white text. They both state Morrissey's name in a box, next to the title, with a CS Single logo at the bottom above the catalogue number. The cassette is made of black plastic with text printed directly onto it in grey. Morrissey's name and the side's featured song are mentioned top-centre, with the catalogue number on the left between Sire and Reprise logos, and logos for CS Single and Dolby bottom right. A credit for Sire/Reprise is found at the bottom on side 2 only.
USA sheet music [Warner Bros Publications Inc, VS6395]
View here. This is Morrissey's last single for which sheet music was published. It features the music for the title track only, not the b-sides.
USA cd promo [Sire/Reprise PRO-CD-6624]
The release of this single in the USA was mainly promoted with the help of this one-track cd of "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get". The disc is white with black text. Morrissey's name at the top of it is in the same font as on "Vauxhall & I", which isn't surprising because this item also served to promote the latter album. As a matter of fact, a line of text above Morrissey's name mentions that the song is taken from the latter album and states the catalogue numbers for the two formats in which it was available. In the bottom half of the disc are found the title, songwriting credits, publishing credits, catalogue number, promo warning, a Sire/Reprise copyright and a WEA manufacturing credit. The disc comes in a standard jewel case without a front insert. The back is a generic Reprise tray insert on which was only added Morrissey's name, the song title, its length, a production credit and a Sire logo (view left). The spines are blue with release identification in the middle, between the catalogue number and "Sire/Reprise".
USA video promo [Reprise]
The release of Morrissey's biggest American single was also promoted with the help of this one-track promo video of the title track. The videocassette has a large blue generic Reprise sticker label on the top. It shows the Reprise logo in the top left corner and the company's address in Burbank CA at the bottom. Printed on this label are Morrissey's name, the song title and its length. The videocassette has no front (spine) label and was distributed inside a clear plastic video snapcase.
USA cd promo "Heck On Wheels volume 4" [Warner Bros PRO-CD-6807]
This single's title track was included on a 13-track various artists instore sampler alongside material by other musical acts such as Elvis Costello, Kristin Hersh, Green Day, Groove Collective, Primal Scream, etc. The front is mostly white with only the image of car tire above the compilation title and its subtitle "Songs Suitable For In-Store Play". The back shows the same image over a black background and the track listing, various label credits and their logos are printed in white over it. The disc is brown with white text consisting of the track listing, a promo warning, various label credits and logos, the catalogue number, etc.
USA cd promo "Top Hits USA March 1994" [(label?) T216]
The title track was also included on a various artists promo compilation cd titled "Top Hits USA March 1994" alongside material by other artists such as Vince Gill, Heart, Madonna, Jodeci, etc. Information on the record label behind it and the packaging is needed.
USA video promo [Warner Bros (number ?)]
The video to the title track was included on a various artists Warner Bros compilation dated "06-30-94", alongside material by other artists such as the Boredoms, L7, Green Day, Biohazard, Primal Scream, Elvis Costello, Grant Lee Buffalo, the Farm, David Byrne, Lush, Depeche Mode, the Pretenders, Joan Jett, the Flaming Lips, REM, Dead Can Dance, etc. Information on the packaging is needed.
USA instore video promo [(Warner Bros?) (number?) ]
The video to the title track was also included on an instore compilation very likely put together by Warner Bros. Other artists featured on the compilation include Madonna, Elvis Costello, Green Day, Dead Can Dance, Rod Stewart, kd Lang, Primal Scream, Candlebox, Cheap Trick, David Lee Roth, Kristen Hirsch, the Bodeans, the Other Two, Aphex Twin, Babble, Travis Tritt, Mark O'Connor, etc. Information on the packaging is needed.
USA video promo [(label?) #209-94]
The video to the title track was also included on this various artists promo compilation featuring material by other artists such as Dead Can Dance, Awesome 3 and Cheap Trick. Information needed.
USA video promo "Hot Hits May 1994" [ ]
This various artists compilation of promo videos aimed at retail features "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" as well as material from 13 other artists. Additional information needed.
USA video promo [ETV #NL204]
The promotional film for "The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get" was featured on volume #NL204 of the ETV video compilation series. Other artists featured on the compilation include Mint Condition, Lisette Melendez, Jazzy Jeff, MC Hammer, Awesome3, etc. Information on the packaging is needed.
USA promo adverts 25cm x 33cm (10" x 13")
View version 1 here, view version 2 here These adverts also served to promote the upcoming "Vauxhall &I" album.
USA advert in trade magazine (dimensions unknown)
View here. This advert showing the progress of this single in popularity was published in a trade magazine.
USA reference cd [Sire]
American in-house reference cds and cassettes are not as common as UK ones (at least as far as Morrissey is concerned), but an American reference cd has made it into the collecting world. It comes in a slimline jewelcase with white insert on which was printed Morrissey's name, the 3-song track listing and other technical data. There is a Sire logo in the top left corner. Additional information needed.