Tin Machine II: Greece; London/ Victory, 828 272-4; 1991.
All photo panel concertina cover on glossy paper. Cover photo and track list over first two panels with band information next on the inner panels and lyrics reproduced on the final inside panels. ‘London’, ‘Victory’, and ‘Dolby’ logos on spine. BIEM/ STEMRA rights logos, French and German marketing information and manufacturers rights to FFRR Records, London on rear panel as this is a modified EU cover. Inside there are PolGram credits in Greek..
White ink printed directly onto clear shell with shaped slip sheet. ‘Made In Greece’, ‘Mfd by G.P.I. S.A.’ and ‘AEPI’ and ‘Dolby’ logos on shell alongside ‘London’ and ‘Victory’. Information in English on one side and Greek on the other.
The track sequence is the same as the original CD.
Side 1: Baby Universal; One Shot; You Belong In Rock ‘N’ Roll; If There Is Something; Amlapura; Betty Wrong.
Side 2: You Can’t Talk; Stateside; Shopping For Girls; A Big Hurt; Sorry; Goodbye Mr. Ed.
Greek RCA issues have manufacturer rights information in Greek and English on the front; noise reduction information on the inside cover and a duty band around the cassette box itself; the first part of the duty band shown translates roughly to the tape being a recording of the Greek phonographic federation and the seal shows it to be authentic and legal, and the seller and buyer will be prosecuted for selling tapes not so marked; and the second (signed) part of the band says that the tape is made in Greece and taxes have been paid on it. The spine shows IFPI the stamp of the International Federation of the Phonogrphic Industry of Greece.