The real puzzler on that release is "World's On Fire" being included, definitely not a Sixpence side. At least the marbled vinyl pressing looked cool!
Just found out that, although not credited on the label, he still included himself in the copyright for Thee Sixpence's debut "Long Days Care".
: Hi i was wondering why birdman of alkatrash is
: out of tune on thr thee sixpence LP step by
: step . Was that how it origanlly sounded on
: thee sixpence 45 with birdman?
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