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I do not think these track times are correct for the 1984 casette version. If you compare them to the 2002 remastered version, the track times are the same for each track number, even though the tracks themselves are in different order.
I've put a Citation Needed tag on the 1984 tracklist, as well as the phrase "released in a slightly different form". I've only seen one page ever claim that 1984 tracklisting (and it was a fan-made site), and Sascha once claimed that the version released on CD was the same tracklist as the original cassette. But since this is a message board, I'm pretty sure it doesn't count as a reliable source. If someone can add a citation from a reliable source, that would be great. If a source hasn't shown up after a while, that tracklist should probably be deleted until some sort of legitimate info can be found. MrMoustacheMM (talk) 01:02, 10 January 2010 (UTC)
I've found this great interview with some information on Opium: http://www.the-plague.net/kmfdm.htm . This is only part of a full interview featured in a magazine. It doesnt' have track listings, but if someone has the time to cite the interview there is some great information on how the originals and remasters came to be. Incredibly Obese Black Man (talk) 04:04, 23 September 2010 (UTC)
I took a stab at it, called it "Re-release" (not "History" like my edit summary says). Might need to be paraphrased a little more. Good find! MrMoustacheMM (talk) 05:45, 23 September 2010 (UTC)