Talk:Revenge (UK band)

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Discography needs expansion[edit]

Having been around at the time I remember for a fact that the original 1990 release of One True Passion had [at least] two distinct versions. Same track list, I think. The North American version was a typical jewel-cased disc, while the British version was a trifold paper sleeve, and featured more and "sexier" photos. Not quite nudity but very suggestive, more so than most US chain stores would have tolerated. Also, I'm nearly dead certain that the CD vs. cassette & vinyl releases of at least one of the singles had different track listings. I do no know if any of the vinyl releases had exclusive tracks, but some of the CD versions definitely did. 68.35.36.43 (talk) 03:09, 29 December 2010 (UTC)