Limited to 4500
copies, almost all on red vinyl. This one is fun for so many
reasons, not the least of which is the band covers Spinal Tap. The
Dirtbombs' popularity has caused the value of this single to rise.
An early discography cited this as "100 copies on red, 1500 copies
on blue marble, 2900 copies on pink". This is very, very
wrong. That may have been the original plan for the pressing of this
single, but it did not work out that way. Almost every copy is on
red vinyl. However...there are very few blue marble and pink
copies out there. I thought for a while that they were equally rare, but I have now seen 6 or 7 blue copies, and still only one pink one. Regardless, they are both very rare.
||Approximate value ($)
|SP134 Red (4500)
|SP134 Blue Marble
||Full cardboard matte