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U.S. 12" - Columbia 44-05223, released 1985

U.S. 7" Columbia 38 04922, released 1985

U.S. 7" Promo - Columbia 38 04922, released 1985

U.S. 12" Promo - Columbia CAS 2076, released 1985

Philippines 12" - CBS CE-EP-18047, released 1985

Fishbone's debut.  I would love to hear the reasoning behind making this song the first Fishbone single.  Really?  This song?  Was the thinking just that since they mentioned a bunch of radio station call letters, it would get airplay?  In the modern major label world, this would have been released, and then the label would have instantly pulled its support from the rest of the album.  But, this was the music world of 1985.  This song was released as a 12" single and in promo form (both 12" and 7").  It should be rare, but is relatively easy to find in all forms.  The 7" has the same song on both sides, the promo 12" contains a dance mix, and the official (sorry - that's "ofishal", really, it is...) 12" gives you the dance mix plus a dub mix.  I recently learned of a version of the 12" that was released in the Phillipines.  That's not an easy one to find.

Version Approximate Value ($) Price Trending
Columbia 44-05223 12" 3-5 Down
Columbia 38-04922 7" 5-8 Stable
Columbia 38-04922 7" (white label promo) 5 Stable
Columbia CAS 2076 12" 10-12 Stable
CBS CE-EP-18047 12" (Philippines) 20-30 Stable
CAS 2076
Sleeve U.S. 12" - Plain black
U.S. 7" - plain white
UK 12" - Full paper sleeve

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