The ‘basic’ sleeve does not detract from the quality of the music.
Contrary to popular belief, this is not a one sided promo, Like That is firmly in place on the B side. It is often speculated that such a basic sleeve design hinted that things were not well within The Undertones camp.Both black and green vinyl variations sport the same catalogue number.Issued in a totally different sleeve to the UK issue.Designed by, but not credited to, Damian O’Neill / Eugene Martin and Bush Hollyhead. Issued by Ardeck in October 1983 to co-incide with the All Wrapped Up compilation. The B side is, again, a re-recorded track which originally appeared on the Positive Touch.Don’t Wanna See (You Again) clocks in at less than a minute, and was originally recorded for the band’s first demo’s in March 1978. A double pack single was issued with an oversize picture sleeve which also houses a re-issue copy of Here Comes The Summer (ARDS 4). Some copies have mis-printed labels, whereby the A side labels have the peeling effect twice and the B side once.