|Sleeve - Front: Folds out to form poster as per 7'|
|Sleeve - Back|
|Vinyl: Blank silver / grey labels on both sides|
Tracks - A: Litany / What Could Have Been B: Colour Removal / Reset The Ride + 1 additional song (see below)
Label: Test Pattern Records TPR 108
Matrix A: TEST PATTERN-108A
Matrix B: TEST PATTERN-108B
1000 (The pressing numbers on that source seem a little 'confused'. Relative availability on second-hand market suggests there were less than 1000)
No regular insert
At least one has hand-written labels.
Sleeve is same as 7" version, but bigger. See Litany 7" for more infos
Comes with an extra, unlisted and uncredited song, and with a huge b/w foldout sleeve. The extra track is a cover of The Younghearts - A Little Togetherness
(I purchased a copy of the Litany 12" from) a fellow from the Czech republic which has writing on the labels, now I know this isn't a hard thing to do all you need is a marker and boom there you go, but I thought maybe there was some connection with the band. On the A side labels it has written: Sudetenland give it up, and on the B side: Fuck Fr. Tiso, in red marker.
Sudetenland is the German name for parts of Czechoslovakia mainly inhabited by German speakers, hence the (I thought) connection with the band. Again though I'm probably just a sucker for some kid with a red pen!
Is it Genuine?
The 'tour versions' of ''Black Army'' & ''Black Cross'' often came with hand-written labels and were sold in 2005 on the first Euro Tour. The Litany 12" came out the same year. The tour included visits to the Czech Republic and Germany. The handwriting matches up and the references are typical FU. Of course it's (almost certainly) genuine!