Tin Machine: France; EMI USA, 264 7 91990 4; 1989
All white panel concertina cover on perforated paper. Cover photo and track list over first two panels with lyrics reproduced over the final three panels on either side of the cover. Track list also on rear panel. ‘CrO2 hifi’ logo on spine. The tracks ‘Run’ and ‘Sacrifice Yourself’ are added to the running order of Side 2 as per the CD. Uses standard EU cover printed in Holland by EMI services Benelux with exclusive distribution in France via EMI Pathé Marconi S.A. Some wrappers are stickered.
XDR was a process developed by Capitol Records to provide higher quality audio and is the American branding of their original Canadian SDR (Super Dynamic Range) released in 1982.
White ink printed directly onto clear shell with shaped slip sheet and ‘Dolby HX Pro’ ‘XDR’ and ‘EMI USA’ logos and SACEM rights on shell. All text in French. Red lead in tape.
The track sequence is the same as the original CD.
Side 1: Heaven’s In Here; Tin machine; Prisoner Of Love; Crack City; I Can’t Read; Under The God.
Side 2: Amazing; Working Class Hero; Bus Stop; Pretty Thing; Video Crimes; Run; Sacrifice Yourself; Baby Can Dance.
Details showing stickers from wrapping.