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  • B8 B-side of "William, It Was Really Nothing" Picture cover showing a tattoo of a Cocteau drawing on his left shoulder, chosen by Morrissey because he idolised Cocteau. The photograph is taken from a July special edition of the French newspaper Libération.5/5(4).
  • Uses the first version of the LP artwork, a gatefold sleeve with the blue background. W/ inner lyrics sleeve, it is thick and glossy and also includes another waxy film inner sleeve. Labels are black text over red. The package also includes a paper insert advertising Festival's reissue programme as "The Smiths' Collection"5/5(3).
  • "William, It Was Really Nothing" From the BBC Radio 1 JOHN PEEL Show: Tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 14, 15 ℗ BBC Packaging: CD Sized Vinyl Album Replica in gatefold cardboard sleeve. All lyrics were printed on the original cardboard inner sleeve. Barcode and Other Identifiers The Smiths: Hatful Of Hollow ‎ (LP, Comp, Gar 4/5.
  • Jan 14,  · First issue UK pressing distinguished by gatefold sleeve and Garrod & Lofthouse credit on back cover. Unlike The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow, lacks ⩓ in amhusboponsangbo.copipenmateropriapodpostgumdbewon.co copies have sticker which states 16 tracks, Maximum R.R.P. £ and "ROUGH 76" in /5().
  • May 13,  · referencing Hatful Of Hollow, LP, Comp, RE, Gat, To my ears this pressing sounds really good. I doubt that it could sound better except for maybe cut a 45rpm and on double vinyl/5(K).
  • The album was promoted in Canada with the help of 4-track various artists promo 7" featuring "William It Was Really Nothing". The record, which plays at 33rpm, has yellow labels with black text (including "from the Sire LP Hatful Of Hollow" under the Smiths title) and was distributed inside a white custom WEA sleeve.
  • Hatful of Hollow is a compilation album by English rock band the Smiths, released on 12 November by Rough Trade Records. The album features BBC Radio 1 studio recordings and two contemporary singles with their B-sides.
  • " William, It Was Really Nothing " is a song by the English rock band the Smiths. It was released as a single in August , featuring the B-sides " Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want " and " How Soon Is Now? ", and reached No. 17 in the UK Singles Chart.
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