Unofficial releases with the same track listing and artwork as official releases are listed under their respective titles in the discography. Whatever can not be listed elsewhere because the track listing is a mish-mash of material from many sources is listed here.
"Greatest Hits Of The Smiths" [Saudi Arabia, Thomsun Original CS: ENB-387]
This unlicensed cassette is housed in a pale blue clamshell box. The front artwork is the classic black and white photo of the band in front of the Salford Lads Club, but the background was cut out and replaced with a blue starry night background. "Greatest Hits Of The Smiths" appears above the band in gold or brown, and the Thomsun Original logo at the bottom. The case includes a booklet with the lyrics. Information on the rest of the packaging is needed (back, spine, cassette).
"Smith" [Indonesia, Perina Records CS: SA.39]
"Smith" [Indonesia, Steel Records CS: SL 0692]
The Steel Records cassette comes in a card slipcase (opened at the bottom, and perhaps also at the top). The front artwork is a red and white 1980s-style montage of diagonal stripes. It shows a 1985 photo of Morrissey in red blazer, holding a cat. "Smith" appears in thick white font inside a red box above the photo, and above that a ProSeries logo in the colours of the American flag. The back features mainly a typewritten track listing with a few mistakes ("Now Where Fast", "The Heart Master Ritual"). The red and white "Smith" box appears again at the top and Steel credits at the bottom. The red and white "Smith" box is repeated on the spines, along with a red and black Steel Records logo. The cassette is black and looks like the kind of tape used for home taping, but it does mention Steel on its label (but nothing related to the music featured on it).
Information on the Perina Records edition is needed.
"The Very Best Of The Smiths" [Indonesia, King's CS: K1509AED]
This 22-track cassette comes in a white clamshell box showing on the front the leftmost half of the usual "Meat Is Murder" 4-soldier artwork. This means that the soldier image appears twice, one above the other, with "The Smiths" sideways on the left. "The Very Best Of" was added inside a red stripe above "The Smiths" to make the album's title. The spine is white with the title in the middle in black, a yellow and red King's logo at the top, the catalogue number beneath it, and the price ("Rp. 2.550,-") near the bottom. The back is white with black text. The title appears at the top, then the personnel, the track listing, the stamped catalogue number, and logos at the bottom (King's, BASF, CMC). The cassette is made of black plastic and looks like a DAT because the right side is full, without a window showing the tape inside. The left reel is seen through a window the shape of a triangle. This cassette has a bit of grey text on it, including a mention of the label King's, but nothing related to the Smiths.
"The Very Best Of The Smiths" [Indonesia, Team Records CS: T-5421]
This cassette comes in a regular cassette case. The front artwork is a generic press photo of the band from the early days over an orange/red background. The white, black and yellow Team Records logo appears above the photo. Beneath the photo is "C-90" in white and the title in white and black. Information on the rest of the packaging is needed (back, spine, insert, cassette).
"Greatest Hits" [(country?), Green Club Rivera CS: GC 1291]
Content, origin and year of manufacturing unknown. The cassette comes in a regular case. The front is a cropped portion of the usual Shelagh Delaney artwork from "Louder Than Bombs" showing only her head and hand. The shade of the image is closer to red than orange. "The Smiths" appears in the usual white font over the top part of the image, with "Greatest Hits" printed beneath in a plain black font. Information on the rest of the packaging is needed (back, spine, insert, cassette).
"Panic The Best Of The Smiths" [Philippines, (label?) CD: (cat.no.?)]
Content and year of manufacturing unknown. The cd comes in a regular jewel case. The front artwork is a black and white photo of the band in front of the Salford Lads Club, over white and green graphics. "Panic" appears in grey above the photo and again vertically over the left edge of it. "The Best Of The Smiths" appears in green over white on the left. Information on the rest of the packaging is needed (back, insert/booklet, cd).
It is nearly impossible to keep an exhaustive list of these flexis because they exist for so many songs of the Smiths' catalogue, each in more than one colour. They are not official releases, the sound quality is not very good and the songs usually fade out before the end.