The song “Don’t Let It End” is from the album “Kilroy Was Here”. The song on the flip side of this disc is “Rockin’ The Paradise” and is from “Paradise Theater”.
This “Mr. Roboto” disc was pressed in the U.S. and limited to about 10,000 copies.
This 12in. single contains two different versions of “Love Bites”. The song appears on the album entitled “Defenders of the Faith” and has a noticeable bite taken out of the side of the disc.
This disc was pressed in the U.S. and was distributed as a “promotional” item.
Details on this disc are rather scarce. This would usually indicate an unauthorized recording.
It does contain a number of great songs along with a photo of a goats head on the flip side.
Additionally, it states on the second side that this disc is limited to 300 copies.
The song “Africa” was Toto’s first number one hit on the U.S. charts. This disc also contains the song “Good for You” on the flip side.
There were about four different versions of the “Africa” shaped disc. Each had a different song on the second side.
This particular version was only released as a promotional item.
“Hotter than Hell” was the second release from this band. Originally released on regular vinyl in November of 1974 by Casablanca Records. There were approximately 1500 copies of this picture disc released. Each were individually numbered.
This is a 12 inch single from Zevon’s album entitled “Excitable Boy”.
Released as a “Promotional Copy” only, approximately 5,000 copies of this disc were produced.
Still considered to be a favorite among collectors and fans.