No Class/Like A Nighmare, BRO 78, UK, Bronze, "Original" label

No Class
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  1. No Class
  2. Like a Nighmare

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  There are copies with the Polydor sticker on the back sleeve. I have seen this on Philthy and Lemmy sleeves on the back. My theory is that it is around this time the "Original" labels were manufactured. However, the copies with the Polydor sticker I have seen has actually had ordinary Bronze labels. So far I have never seen a No Class single with "Original" label and even Mick Stevenson (2011) does not mention any copy with a different label. There were adds in the music press in September 1980 saying that Louie Louie, Overkill, No Class and Bomber were available again and at the bottom of the add it said they were available from EMI. Could it refer to this pressing?

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  GBP 11 September 2007, Ebay (sticker but not original label), GBP 16 January 2008, Ebay (sticker but not original label).

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