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Discography collection of xDetoursx (9 items)
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Item name Country Format Label Catalog ID Year Disc / Label details
Into The Unknown - Front (1613x1600)
Into The Unknown United States 12" Epitaph 2018 Vinyl: Black / Label: Black and Blue
Fan Club edition
This is easily identified by the mistake on the back cover that says 'Greg Gurewitz'
8 tracks - Cardboard sleeve and dust sleeve
Into The Unknown - Front (960x951)
Into The Unknown - Vinyl side 2 (939x931)
Into The Unknown United States 12" Epitaph Records 87120-1 // EPI-BRLP2 2010 Vinyl: Red
Part of the 30th Anniversary Vinyl Box Set
8 tracks - Reissue - Colored vinyl - Limited 3000 - Cardboard sleeve and dust sleeve
Bad Religion - Front (1011x1000)
Bad Religion - Vinyl A (999x1000)
Bad Religion United States 7" Epitaph Records 87010-7 2009 Vinyl: White / Label: Red
Record Store Day. Thin shiny quad fold out sleeve with lyric sheet. Sunset Blvd address on back of the sleeve.
6 tracks - Reissue - Colored vinyl - Limited 898 - Quad fold out sleeve with dust sleeve
Into The Unknown - Front (600x600)
Into The Unknown - Vinyl Side One (1000x1000)
Into The Unknown Germany 12" Gema BT 012 1992 Vinyl: Black / Label: White
The sleeve is a close-up of the official release and is completely blue. Plain white labels without the Epitaph logo, and only the band name, title and tracks. Track 2 and 4 are wrong ("Chasing" and "Time"). Comes with a small paper with song lyrics (not similar to the original one).
8 tracks - Cardboard sleeve and dust sleeve
Back To The Known - Front (999x1000)
Back To The Known - Vinyl Label 2 (600x600)
Back To The Known United States 12" Epitaph Records EPI-BREP-2 1985 Vinyl: Black / Label: Silver
All tracks appear on Side B, Side A is blank. Pressed in the UK and distributed in the USA by Suite Beat.
5 tracks - Cardboard sleeve
Bad Religion - Front (749x713)
Bad Religion - Vinyl side A (1003x1000)
Bad Religion United States 12" Epitaph Records BREP-1 1984 Vinyl: Black / Label: Red
"The Original" printed on the cover. The songs on this 12" EP have a remarkably different mixing compared to the first 7" mixing from 1981.
6 tracks - Reissue - Cardboard sleeve
Into The Unknown - Front Cover (1613x1600)
Into The Unknown - Vinyl Side One (1600x1600)
Into The Unknown United States 12" Epitaph Records EPI-BRLP 02 1983 Vinyl: Black
8 tracks - Limited 10000
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? - Front (600x599)
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? - Vinyl A Side (1000x1000)
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? United States 12" Epitaph Records 1982 Vinyl: Black / Label: Red
First pressing has the old address: 22713 Ventura Blvd. / Suite F/ Woodland Hills, CA 91364.
It has a heavy cardboard sleeve, with brown coloured inside has NO barcode on back and a 23x11" double-sided b/w insert with lyrics and photos.
Date on the labels is 1981 but the album was released in 1982.
14 tracks - Limited 12000 - Thick cardboard sleeve (Brown inside) and dust sleeve
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Item name Country Format Label Catalog ID Year Disc / Label details
All Our Yesterdays - Front (985x1000)
All Our Yesterdays Germany 12" n/a n/a 1991 Vinyl: Black / Label: White
Recorded at the Skylite Club, Long Beach, CA, on March 31, 1983.
12 tracks - Paper sleeve
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