From time to time, an undocumented one-of-a-kind or long forgotten record pops up out of the blue.
Here is a place to show off the most recent discovery of the kind for the first time [official 7" only format].
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'The Rolling Stones' first UK eponymous EP | November 2011
The ultimate mistake?
The British cover of the band's first EP [Decca DFE 8560] is known to offer a wide range of color variations for the band's name lettering, from very light green to brown, but this original 1964 'West Brothers' print goes further, simply ignoring it.
This is not a lack of ink, and this actually may be a little more than a printing error for this would be the second copy of the kind to surface on the market over the last decade.
Yet, if a fully untitled cover was rather trendy in 1964 [eg. the band's first LP cover with the David Bailey's shot], a tracklisting without it's author mention still remains an odd concept.
Note that labels errors are generally more common than picture sleeves' whom you can browse the best examples worldwide here.
Estimated value : 220 €