This section reports on what is unofficial over factory pressed bootlegs. Consequently, it is simply home-made covers for factory-pressed vinyls.
Background information is not right with the way things really are and with all the knowledge we know, this is not real factory pressed bootleg covers.
This is a form of piracy of an allready existing release. It is often said that a copy of an official record is a pirated copy.
Here weīre talking about a pirated copy from a bootleg, unbelievable but true.

Determening factors:

Vinyl has been separated from the original cover, original cover is broken, the manufacturer in question has tried to make money on something that must seem obscure, although itīs really not. Information which is served on the respective record is not sufficient evidence for the number of copies, not the Matrix code as always in any way equivalent to the actual release. They have carved initials before / after the actual number of vinyl. It's very common they use vinyl with one colored labels, or that the original label is covered with a new label. A simple consideration without having to hide a dilemma. In some cases, it is very easy for a homemade wrapper/cover to slip into a removed plastic from a original release, even if it provides a sticker.

Remember: A pirated bootleg is in many cases by no means an obscure record. Issues of this kind frequently have their origin in the disc printed in large quantity. Hard to sell or the desire to make extra cash? Often, inadequate information causing many question marks.
The biggest reason is often that a cover has been replaced with a simple paper insert for the benefit of having just a cover at all.
In other cases, there is a market, trying to hide the identity of inventing something not authentic , simply trying to make more money.
Welcome to Tulsa "Part 1 and Part 2"

Remake as Part 1 and Part 2 of the TSP release "Tulsa Strutter" 2-LP.
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.












Blood, sweet & fire "Part 1 & 2"

Remake as Part 1 and Part 2 of the TSP release "Peterīs birthday party"
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Burninī alive

Remake of  "Stoned in Paris" bootleg.
Fear of Toronto

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Hottest band in the land".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Never say never "Part one & Part two"

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Sonic boom over Sheffield 2-LP".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Outtakes "Vol 2"

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Alternative destroyer".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Rock tilī you drop "Part 1 & Part 2"

Remake of the TSP bootlegs "2 can chew, Chinese 69 & The return of...".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
On stage 74

Remake of "Electric Magic" on black vinyl. Vinyl limits for this is fully consistent with the current release. The factory press release of Electric Magic do have Matrix "74-EM".
This version has "OS-74-EM", not very different and easy to add engraving in the form of "OS"
Nothinī to lose

Remake of the TSP release "9teenseventy4.
Vinyl limits for this is fully consistent with the current release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
In the land of the king

Remake of the TSP releases Much to young, Rockinī in Memphis & Young diamonds"
Vinyl limits for this is fully consistent with the current release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Rockīn roll heroes "Part 1 & Part 2"

Remake as Part 1 and Part 2 of the TSP release "Peterīs birthday party"
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Dressed to play "Vol 1 & 2"

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Sonic boom over Sheffield 2-LP".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.
Canadian fans canīt be wrong

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Hottest band in the land".
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.


Canīt stop

Remake of the TSP bootleg "Alive IX" as a box-set.
Vinyl limits for these are fully consistent with the current TSP release.
No new/different color of vinyl or Matrix.