England, 3 LP Box (Overkill, Bomber, Ace Of Spades), 41023, Italy, Earmark,


41023
Pictures of album artwork
 

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Earmark

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41023

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3 LP Box

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Italy

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Worldwide

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2004-01
 

  T r a c k l i s t

  1. Overkill
  2. Stay Clean
  3. (I Won't) Pay Your Price
  4. I'll Be Your Sister
  5. Capricorn
  6. No Class
  7. Damage Case
  8. Tear Ya Down
  9. Metropolis
  1. Dead Men Tell No Tales
  2. Lawman
  3. Sweet Revenge
  4. Sharpshooter
  5. Poison
  6. Stone Dead Forever
  7. All The Aces
  8. Step Down
  9. Talking Head
  10. Bomber
  1. Ace Of Spades
  2. Love Me Like A Reptile
  3. Shoot You In The Back
  4. Live To Win
  5. Fast And Loose
  6. (We Are) The Road Crew
  7. Fire Fire
  8. Jailbait
  9. The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
  10. Dance
  11. Bite The Bullet
  12. The Hammer

Q u a n t i t y

  1000 copies (only with yellow sticker?)
 

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N o t e s

  In January 2004 Earmark released a vinyl box called “England” (cat no 41023) that included the three albums Overkill (green vinyl), Bomber (blue vinyl) and Ace of Spades (gold vinyl). The cover of the box featured the classic skull and was made in 1000 copies. On the front there is a yellow sticker that says it is limited to 1000 copies. The three albums had the same catalogue numbers as the gatefold versions although the sleeves were not gatefolded.

I have also seen copies with a black sticker as well as copies with a white sticker instead of the yellow one with a slightly different layout of the sticker (see picture). These are re-issues of the box after the initial 1000 copies with yellow stickers. These re-issues emerged late in 2005 and in the boxes with white sticker Ace Of Spades was printed on red vinyl instead of gold while in the boxes with black sticker all the vinyls were pressed on black vinyl. So, well you need to buy em all, don´t you?

And in February 2008 I actually spotted yet another version. This had a bigger white round sticker with black print and, If I remeber right, also some words (albumtitles?) in red. It had also a different back of the box that showed the album covers as well as track listings. I think vinyl was in blue, green and red.

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