77 - 83 Discography


COUGH/COOL

A. Cough/Cool
B. She

Format:
7" Single.

Pressing:
Blank Records: Blank 101 (August 1977) 500 copies.

Session:
[06/1977 Rainbow Studio]

Notes:
Front cover photo features Manny, Glenn, and Jerry from left to right. "Thanks to Marilyn Clark & Monty" refers to "The Misfits" movie stars: Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, and Montgomery Clift. On the back of the single, Glenn incorrectly spelled Jerry Only's real last name as Caifa instead of Caiafa. After this single, Jerry began using his stage name. The sleeve itself is a thin paper glued sleeve and the record has a large center hole. 200 copies of a later, thin vinyl bootleg, almost identical to the first, were distributed in the early 1980s. Please see the bootleg section for informaton on this and other bootlegs.


BULLET

Bullet
We Are 138
Attitude
Hollywood Babylon

Format:
7" EP.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1001 (June 1978)
1000 black vinyl copies in silk-screened gatefold sleeves with band photo and "Distributed by Ork" on back. Glenn experimented with the early sleeves by coloring the front yellow (from the car up) and then screen printing the art over it. Unlike other black vinyl copies, these sleeves were sealed instead of gatefold. Glenn decided not to use the sleeves, distributing only a few (5 to 15) to friends, and supposedly keeping the rest. There is also at least one copy with the John F. Kennedy wearing a blue jacket.

2nd: Plan 9: PL1001 (January 1979)
2000 red vinyl copies with "Better Dead On Red" and bullet hole artwork on back cover.

3rd: Contrary to legend, there was no true 3rd pressing. When the "Better Dead On Red" sleeves for the 2nd pressing came in, Glenn still had about 100 extra black vinyl 1st pressing copies without sleeves. He used the new sleeves on the extra vinyl, and then supposedly filled a large order from Tesco Vee at School Kids Records in Dearborn, MI. This explains the larger concentration of "third pressings" in this area of the US. The number 7000 first appeared for this "pressing" in the June 1986 Thrasher discography by Pushead, which Glenn has acknowledged as incorrect.

Insert:
Silk-screened color or black and white photocopy lyric sheet.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
After the 1st pressing sleeves were printed, the deal with Ork fell through and was cancelled. All distribution was actually done by Plan 9 Records. An almost exact Japanese bootleg exists for the 1st pressing; please see bootleg section for more details. There is also a bootleg of the lyric sheet (most obvious difference: "dint" instead of "dirt"); please see bootleg section for more details.


TEENAGERS FROM MARS

Static Age
Teenagers From Mars

Format:
7" Acetate.

Acetate:
1 copy with "Teenagers From Mars" on both sides with a small center hole and a second, offset small hole, owned by Johnathan Grimm (originally owned by George Germain).
5 copies with "Teenagers From Mars" on one side and "Static Age" on the other side. These copies have a large center hole and a second, offset small hole. Mike Holland owns the copy originally owned by George Germain.

Pressing:
(No label) (September 1978)
Never pressed.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
This legendary 7" is a source of great confusion. The single was originally intended to be released on Plan 9 as PL1003. For unknown reasons (probably lack of funds), the idea was dropped. According to Glenn Danzig, the first acetate pressed was an "acetate master" with "Teenagers From Mars" on both sides. This copy went to George Germain. Glenn then had five special acetates made and distributed them as follows: 1 went to Glenn Danzig; 1 went to Jerry Only; 1 went to Max's Kansas City jukebox; 1 went to CBGB's jukebox; 1 went to George Germain. Several of the copies had a Misfits logo pasted onto a generic, white paper sleeve with the song titles typed on. George Germain's copy did not. The Max's Kansas City copy supposedly turned up at a New York City record convention in 1987 and sold for around $200. Previously, it had sold at a record store named Golden Disc for under a dollar.


WHO KILLED MARILYN?

Who Killed Marilyn?
Where Eagles Dare
Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Children In Heat

Format:
12" Acetate.

Acetate:
1 copy.

Pressing:
(No label) (Spring 1979)
Never pressed.

Session:
[01/1979 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
This acetate was created for a possible Plan 9 release as PL1007. When Glenn determined that it would be too expensive too release as a 12", he considered releasing it as a two song "Who Killed Marilyn?"/"Where Eagles Dare" 7" (as mentioned in the June 1986 Thrasher interview). The project was never completed and only this 1 exists. Several discographies incorrectly assert that 4 copies of this acetate were made.


HORROR BUSINESS

Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Children In Heat

Format:
7" EP.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1009 (June 26, 1979)
25 black vinyl copies with no sleeve. Most of these copies were distributed in a large, black, white, and purple Crimson Ghost envelope with a biography and band photograph. Some black vinyl copies were later sold among collectors using sleeves from the yellow vinyl pressing or the alternate sleeve.

2nd: Plan 9: PL1009 (August 1979)
2000 yellow vinyl copies (approximately 20 double A-sided).

Insert:
Some yellow vinyl copies came with a haunted house insert with a bogus story to explain sounds that occurred during the recording

Session:
"On February 28, 1979, the Misfits and a mobile recording unit entered an abandoned haunted house in northern New Jersey. They recorded and left. While mixing the tapes back at a NYC recording studio, strange voices and noises were heard in the background. No explanation of these sounds could be given by the band or the recording crew."

Session:
[01/1979 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
The pressing number of 5000 copies listed for this release on most discographies (including THE MISFITS BOX SET) is incorrect. In June 1979, Glenn ordered 2000 yellow vinyl copies to be pressed from a record plant in NJ. When he was told that this did not meet the plant's minimum order for colored vinyl, Glenn had the pressing plates shipped to a plant on the west coast, but due to an incombatibility in plate sizes, pressing was delayed. However, Glenn had the plant press a quick batch of 25 copies to be given away at the band's upcoming 06/26/1979 show with The Damned. Meanwhile, Glenn had 2000 sleeves printed with a back cover featuring a group photo of the band. Due to the light coloring of the black ink on the back, Glenn decided to redo the sleeve. Most of the original sleeves were cut in half by Glenn and Bobby; the front covers were saved for use as promotional items, and the back covers were thrown away. Bobby saved about 20-30 uncut sleeves and more than 100 cut sleeves. Some uncut sleeves were also saved by Glenn and given to Barry Henssler of The Necros. Both Bobby and Barry began selling their sleeves in the late 1980s. The alternate sleeves were never folded, glued, or issued with vinyl. Some collectors have since replaced their regular sleeves with the alternate sleeve. The regular pressing of the EP, with the individual band member photos on back, was released in August 1979, arriving from the west coast in 20 boxes of 100 copies each. About 1 copy per box (roughly 20 in all) had A-side center labels on both sides. There are several bootlegs of this release and its insert; please see bootleg section.


NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

Night Of The Living Dead
Where Eagles Dare
Rat Fink

Format:
7" Single.

Acetate:
1 12" acetate with "Night Of The Living Dead" at 45 rpm on one side and "Night Of The Living Dead," "Where Eagles Dare," and "Rat Fink" on 33 rpm on the other, completely black with no labels, owned by Mike Holland. 1 12" acetate with "Night Of The Living Dead" (scratched out) on one side and "Night Of The Living Dead" with "PL1011-A" matrix on the other, completely black with no labels, owned by Mike Holland. 1 12" acetate with "Where Eagles Dare," "Rat Fink," and "PL-1011-B" matrix on one side, and blank on the other, completely black with no labels, owned by Mike Holland.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1011 (October 31, 1979)
2000 copies.

Insert:
Checkered Crimson Ghost insert with Fiend Club address.

Producer:
D. Zelonky and The Misfits.

Session:
[06/1979 The Song Shop]

Notes:
The back cover of this EP includes a famous photo of the band taken in New York, NY on Washington Street at the corner of Morton Street. It includes "Rat Fink," the only cover song the band ever recorded in the studio with Glenn. Danny Zelonky of The Mad helped produce this EP, which was originally sold for two dollars at the door to Irving Plaza in New York, NY on the date of release. The Fiend Club insert was not included with all 2000 copies. Several different bootlegs of this release exist; please see bootleg section for details.


BEWARE

We Are 138
Bullet
Hollywood Babylon
Attitude
Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Last Caress

Format:
12" EP.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PLP9; Armageddon/Spartan Records; Cherry Red (January 1980)
1500 copies released in the UK.

Insert:
Some copies sold through the Fiend Club included an 8"x10" distorted photo of the album cover.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (tracks 1-4)
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (tracks 5-6)
[09/1979 C.I. Recording] (track 7)

Notes:
The record label sticker on side 1 has the band logo, song listings for both sides, and copyright information for the EP. The label sticker on side 2 has a picture of the Crimson Ghost. This EP was supposed to be released to promote the UK tour of 1979, but the record sleeve had not been finished by the time they arrived in the UK. In fact, Glenn came up with the title and scribbled it on a piece of paper (as can be seen on the cover) after seeing signs that said "Beware Bollards" during the tour of England. The EP was finally released after The Misfits returned to the United States. Many discographies list the pressing of this EP at 15000 copies. The scarcity of this item among collectors makes 1500 a much more reasonable number. Many different bootlegs for this release exist; please see bootleg section for details.


3 HITS FROM HELL

A. London Dungeon
B. Horror Hotel
Ghouls Night Out

Format:
7" EP.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1013 (April 1981)
7000 black vinyl copies with light grey/white label and large center hole. 3000 black vinyl copies with red/orange label and large center hole. The vast majority of these copies have "R-10261" in A-side matrix, and "R-10262" in B-side matrix. Several copies exist without the "R-10261/2" etchings. Jerry Pardue and Tim Cotter own regular copies with A-side center labels on both sides.

2nd: Plan 9: PL1013 (Spring 1986)
400 white vinyl copies with red label, large center hole, black and white cover, "R-10261" in A-side matrix, and "R-10262" in B-side matrix. 400 black vinyl copies with red/pink label and small center hole.

Insert:
Fiend Club advertisement (1st pressing only).

Session:
[08/1980 Master Sound]

Notes:
The center labels vary greatly in color. Some of the orange labels look pinkish and the grey center labels range from almost white to dark grey. Although most discographies list 3000 grey label copies and 7000 red/orange label copies, the grey vinyl copies are extremely more common. The 2nd pressing was partially distributed by Caroline Records. Glenn had originally planned to include the 1986 reissues in the proposed box set of 4 singles he mentioned in 1986 interviews with Thrasher and Black Market. Several different bootlegs for this release exist; please see bootleg section for details.


WHO KILLED MARILYN?

A. Who Killed Marilyn?
B. Spook City U.S.A.

Format:
7" Single.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1015 (August 5, 1981)
5000 black vinyl copies. Approximately 10 copies have Marilyn's hair colored yellow on the front cover. Approximately 2-4 copies have purple eye shadow colored on the center labels. All other copies have black and white center labels.

Test: 3 black vinyl copies with white "PRI Record Pressing" center labels made for the 2nd pressing.

2nd: Plan 9: PL1015 (August 1983)
25 black and purple swirled vinyl copies. Glenn remembers coloring purple eye shadow on 1 swirled copy, which he gave to Tesco Vee of The Meatmen. This copy is now owned by Jerry Pardue. 500 purple vinyl copies.

Session:
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian]

Notes:
Because this Glenn Danzig solo single is collected by almost all Misfits collectors, it is included in this discography. For the 2nd pressing, Glenn colored purple eye shadow on the center labels of some of the copies. There were 3 test press copies for the 2nd pressing in 1983: one went to Glenn, one went to Steve Zing, and one went to Eerie Von. Glenn later sold his copy to Bleecker Bob's in Los Angeles, where it was purchased by Johnathan Grimm. Eerie's copy, now owned by Elizabeth Bouras, has a black and white copy of the regular sleeve, whereas others have no sleeve. At least one purple vinyl copy was issued missing a center label. There are several bootlegs of this single; please see bootleg section. Also, please see "Related Recordings" discography for other Glenn Danzig solo releases.


HALLOWEEN

A. Halloween
B. Halloween II

Format:
7" Single.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1017 (October 30, 1981)
5000 copies (approximately 10 with black and white sleeve).

Insert:
Lyrics to "Halloween" on orange paper.

Producer:
The Misfits.

Session:
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian]

Notes:
This record was dedicated to Susan Hannaford Rose of the Monster Movie Club. Although Doyle was credited as guitarist on this single, Bobby Steele's guitar on "Halloween II" was used. At some point, Glenn printed black and white sleeves some singles that had no sleeves. There were allegedly about 10 of these singles given out to his friends (Tesco Vee of The Meatmen and a member of The Big Boys among them). Copies are currently owned by Mike Holland (2), Mauricio Nunez, and Jerry Pardue. Several different bootlegs for this release exist; please see bootleg section for details.


WALK AMONG US

A. 20 Eyes
I Turned Into A Martian
All Hell Breaks Loose
Vampira
Nike A Go Go
Hate Breeders
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight? (live)
B. Night Of The Living Dead
Skulls
Violent World
Devils Whorehouse
Astro Zombies
Braineaters

Format:
LP, Cassette, CD.

Acetate:
1st: 1 known copy (10 allegedly exist). Single-hole, two-sided, black acetate with white labels and Quad Teck Studios logo and address, used for 1982 pressing. White sleeve with blue photocopy sticker of back of album on front side and black and white band photo sticker on back side. "JRR 804" is typed on front and handwritten on back.

2nd: 1 set of 2 one-sided acetates. Acetates with two center holes in a blank white jacket and "Bernie Grundman Mastering, June 23, 1988" on center labels owned by Jerry Pardue.

Pressing:
Promo: Promotional copies came with a folded 22"x22" color poster of the pink logo, pink cover artwork, an 8"x10" glossy band photo with Ruby logo, and a band biography on double sided 8"x11.5" peach/orange colored paper. There are two different versions of the biography. The common promo package version has three Slash logos and one Ruby Records logo at the top of the front side. The less common one, used as a press release for radio stations, features the Ruby Records logo at the top on the front side, and the Ruby Records address and phone number at the bottom. Very few promotional packages were made and most, if not all, have the top right hand corner of the LP sleeve cut off.

1st: Ruby/Slash Records: JRR804 (March 1982)
Pink cover with pink logo and Plan 9 logo on back cover.

2nd: Ruby/Slash Records: JRR804 (1982)
Purple cover with pink logo, Plan 9 logo on back cover.

3rd: Expanded Music: EX 32 (1982)
Italian release with dark pink cover, band listed as "The Misfit" on spine, Plan 9 logo on back cover. Has beige Slash center labels or less common Italian Ruby center label with white writing.

Test: 3 copies for 1988 reissue with pink cover, purple logo, and "Specialty Record Company" on labels as well as date. Copies are owned by Jerry Pardue (July 5, 1988), Johnathan Grimm (July 7, 1988), and Andreas Bohme (July 5, 1988). One July 5, 1988 test also includes the original photo sheet used for the inner sleeve.

4th: Warner Brothers: WB 7599 25756-1/4; Ruby (July 1988)
LP and cassette reissue with purple cover and green logo. Apparently, an extremely small number of LP copies have white Slash center labels and different matrix etchings.

5th: Warner Brothers: WB 7599 25756-2; Ruby (November 1988)
CD reissue, originally available in longbox package.

6th: Slash/London Recordings: 422 828 811-2/4 (1996)
CD and cassette reissue with Slash logo, London Records logo, and Ruby fist logo. Still in press.

7th: Columbia House: 938696 (March 1997)
CD issued under license through Columbia House mail order.

8th: Slash/Rhino Records: R2 79947 (October 17, 2000)
CD issued by Rhino Records. Approximately 40000 copies of the first 3 pressings were made.

Insert:
Fiend Club shirt flyer or glossy photo (first 2 pressings).

Producer:
The Misfits.

Session:
[01/1982 Quad Teck] (tracks 1-6, 8-13)

Live:
[7] (track 7: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)

Notes:
The LP format of this release includes the lyrics and a photo collage on the inner sleeve. To promote the 1988 reissue of the album, Warner Brothers distributed several thousand LP-sized Misfits Halloween bags. All CD copies contain a 1979 photo of the band that is not included on the LP and cassette. Pressings after 1982 do not include the Plan 9 logo. The album was originally intended to be released in 1981 on PLAN 9 as PL9/01 with a different track listing (see MERCHANDISE section). A double 7" bootleg version of WALK AMONG US exists; please see bootleg section for details.


EVILIVE

A. 20 Eyes
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Horror Business
B. London Dungeon
All Hell Breaks Loose
We Are 138

Format:
7" EP.

Acetate:
2 acetates labeled "Star Records And Productions, Plan 9, 1981" with "All Hell Breaks Loose" on one side and "We Are 138" on the other. One acetate is owned by Mike Holland and the other by Johnathan Grimm.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL1019 (December 1982)
1000 copies distributed through Fiend Club, stamped and numbered on back by Glenn with yellow label and insert. The front cover has a live shot of the band taken on 04/13/1982 at the Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles, CA. Henry Rollins from Black Flag and Earl Liberty from Saccharine Trust can be seen in the audience.
99 copies available in 33 special edition packs. Each pack contained 3 copies of the EP, one with a Jerry cover, one with a Doyle cover and one with a Danzig cover, all with orange center labels. Some of these copies were numbered and autographed by Glenn. These "3-packs" were later bootlegged with a mostly black, unautographed back cover by someone in or near Michigan.
1000 copies, unnumbered, with a live shot of Glenn and Doyle on the cover. These copies are available with yellow or orange center labels. Yellow is the more common color.

Insert:
Recording information (Fiend Club edition only).

Live:
[7] (tracks 6-7: 11/20/1981 at On Broadway; San Francisco, CA) + Henry Rollins: Additional vocals (track 7)
[7] (tracks 1-5: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)

Notes:
An almost perfect bootleg of this release exists; please see bootleg section for details.


EARTH A.D./WOLFS BLOOD

A. Earth A.D.
Earth A.D.
Queen Wasp
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
B. Wolfs Blood
Wolfs Blood
Demonomania
Bloodfeast
Hellhound

Format:
LP.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL9/02 (December 12, 1983)
10000 black vinyl copies. The earliest copies have mis-colored (dark grey instead of black) hair on the center ghoul's head due to a bad printing job. The vinyl is thick and opaque. Matrix etching is PL-902-A (or PL-902-B for side B) MASTERDISK EDP S9, S10, or S11 and front background is light purple. At least 3 of these copies have EARTH A.D. center labels on both sides (one owned by Mike Holland, two by Jerry Pardue). The rest of the black vinyl copies are available in three combinations. There is a light purple front cover background version with PL-902-A (or PL-902-B) MASTERDISK EDP etchings on very thin, but opaque vinyl. The dark purple front cover background version on medium thickness, opaque vinyl has the same etching (PL-902-A MASTERDISK EDP). There are also light purple front cover background copies on thin, translucent vinyl with PL-902-A MASTERDISK EDP SM3 in the side A matrix, and PL-902-B MASTERDISK EDP M2 on side B.
100 green vinyl copies with dark purple background on cover. Several of these copies include black swirls in the vinyl.
500 yellow vinyl copies with dark purple front cover backgrond.
200 purple vinyl copies with light purple front cover background. Many of these copies include yellow and green swirls in the vinyl.
200 clear vinyl copies with light purple background on cover. Most of these copies are actually light purple vinyl.
LP sleeve for all 1st pressing copies has Plan 9 logo and address. All colored vinyl copies have the PL-902-A (or PL-902-B) MASTERDISK EDP matrix etchings. Vinyl appears to have been pressed in this order: black, green, yellow, purple, clear, black.

2nd: Caroline; Plan 9: PL9/02 (1986)
Black vinyl copies with dark purple front cover background and thin vinyl. These copies appear to be translucent, charcoal brown when held to the light, and have PL-902-A (or PL-902-B for side B) MASTERDISK EDP MZ matrix etchings. Back cover includes Plan 9 logo (but not address) and Caroline logo and address.

3rd: Caroline: 1704-61902-1; Plan 9: PL9/02 (1988)
Black vinyl copies identical to 2nd pressing with bar code printed on sleeve. Later copies have white outlines around the "EARTH A.D." and "WOLFS BLOOD" lettering on the front and back cover. Some copies lack the artwork on the center labels and have regular text instead.

Producer:
The Misfits and Spot.

Session:
[07/1983 Fox Studio]

Notes:
All 4 band members are featured as monsters on cover, from left to right with green eyes: Doyle, Jerry, Glenn, Robo. Most discographies incorrectly list the yellow vinyl as 200 copies. Glenn typically pressed 1000 colored vinyl copies of Misfits releases, and coupled with the more common appearance of the yellow vinyl copies in the collector market, it can be assumed that there were actually 500 copies


EVILIVE

A. 20 Eyes
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Horror Business
B. London Dungeon
All Hell Breaks Loose
We Are 138

Format:
12" EP.

Pressing:
1st: Aggressive Rock Produktionen: AG 0023 (1983)
12000 copies with "Theaterstr. 4-5" street address and "AG 0023 A" and "AG 0023 B" matrix.

2nd: Aggressive Rock Produktionen: AG 0023 (198_)
xxxxx copies with "Oststr. 34" street address at top, "Skalitzer" street address at bottom and "AG 0023 A" "AG 0023 B" matrix.

3rd: Aggressive Rock Produktionen: AG023 SPV-01023 (1988)
xxxxx copies with bar code in upper right corner of back cover and album title on all three available spines, and "AG 0023-A2 SNB" and "AG 0023-B2 SNB" matrix. Released in West Germany.

Live:
[7] (tracks 6-7: 11/20/1981 at On Broadway; San Francisco, CA) + Henry Rollins: Additional vocals (track 7)
[7] (tracks 1-5: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)


WOLFS BLOOD/EARTH A.D.

A. Earth A.D.
Queen Wasp
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
B. Wolfs Blood
Demonomania
Bloodfeast
Hellhound
Die Die My Darling
We Bite

Format:
LP.

Pressing:
1st: Aggressive Rock Produktionen: AG 0024 (1983)
15000 copies. This pressing is available with two different center labels: a common black label with silver writing, and a less common silver label with black writing. According to German collectors, far more than 15000 copies of this album have been pressed. This pressing has "ST AG 0024-A" and "ST AG 0024-B" as the matrix etchings.

2nd: Aggressive Rock Produktionen: AG 024 SPV 01-01024 (1988)
This version replaces the orange coloring on the first press with green, and the green coloring with orange. A bar code is added in the upper right hand corner of the back cover, and the album name is printed on all three available spines of the album sleeve. This pressing has "AG 0024-A2 SNB" and "AG 0024-B2 SNB" as the etchings. Released in West Germany.

Producer:
The Misfits and Spot.

Session:
[07/1983 Fox Studio]

Notes:
This album has the cover art for WOLFS BLOOD on the front, and EARTH A.D. on the back. Both covers are in full color (done by someone who worked at Aggressive Rock Produktionen) as opposed to the black and white original US release.


DIE, DIE MY DARLING

A. Die Die My Darling
B. We Bite
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?

Format:
12" Single.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL9/03 (May 1984)
5000 black vinyl copies with "C&P Hell-bent Music" on center labels. Sleeve is charcoal black, Misfits logo on front is violet purple, and band photographs on back are black and white or light pink. Vinyl is thick and opaque black. 500 purple vinyl copies with "C&P Hell-bent Music" on center labels. Sleeve is dark black, Misfits logo on front is pink/purple, and band photographs on back are black and light pink.

2nd: Plan 9: PL9/03 (unlabeled Caroline pressing) (May 1986)
500 white vinyl copies with "C&P Hell-bent Music" on center labels. Sleeve is dark black, Misfits logo on front is pink/purple, and band photographs on back are black and light pink. Unlike the purple vinyl copies, this pressing has "S-16670" in A-side matrix and "S-16671" in B-side matrix. This pressing was part of Caroline Records' special Misfits and Samhain colored vinyl reissues in 1986.

3rd: Plan 9: PL9/03 (unlabeled Caroline pressing) (1986)
Black vinyl copies with faint "M Z" and "G-2" etchings in matrix and "C&P Hell-bent Music" center labels. Sleeve is charcoal black, Misfits logo on front is pink/purple, and band photographs on back are black and light pink. Vinyl is thin and appears to be translucent, charcoal brown when held up to light.

4th: Caroline: 1704-61903-1; Plan 9; PL9/03 (1991)
Black vinyl copies identical to 3rd pressing, but with bar code sticker on plastic wrap or sleeve.

5th: Caroline: 1704-61903-1; Plan 9; PL9/03 (1994)
Includes bar code printed on record sleeve, "S-125472" in A-side matrix, "S-125473" in B-side matrix, and "C&P Evilive Music" on glossy center labels. Sleeve is dark black, Misfits logo on front is light purple, and band photographs on back are black and light purple.

Sticker:
"Colored vinyl." (white vinyl copies only).

Producer:
The Misfits and Spot.

Session:
[07/1983 Fox Studio]


EARTH A.D.

A. Earth A.D.
Queen Wasp
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?
B. Wolfs Blood
Demonomania
Bloodfeast
Hellhound
Die Die My Darling
We Bite
Format:
Cassette, CD.

Pressing:
1st: Plan 9: PL9 CASS 02/3 (1984)
2800 black cassette copies with Plan 9 logo and address.

2nd: Caroline; Plan 9: PL9 CASS 02/3 (1986)
Cassette inlay card includes Caroline and Plan 9 logos and addresses. Cassettes are black with silver writing, and are screwed together.

3rd: Caroline: 1704-61923-4; Plan 9: PL9 CASS 02/3 (1988)
Cassette inlay card has Caroline logo and address and comes in clear cassette holder. These copies do not have the Plan 9 address. The original cassettes were black with white writing, and glued together. Later copies (see 6th pressing) were clear cassettes.

4th: Caroline: 1704-61923-2; Plan 9: PL9-CD02/3 (April 14, 1992)
15000 gold CD copies with "Very limited edition" sticker distributed in clear plastic longbox package.

5th: Caroline: 1704-61923-2; Plan 9: PL9-CD02/3 (November 1994)
886 regular CD copies with Plan 9 logo on CD and booklet. "11-08-94" appears on the inner circle of the CD. 15 of these were distributed in November 1994 to Curmudgeon Records in NJ; the rest were randomly distributed with the 6th pressing in October 1996.

6th: Caroline: 1704-61923-2 (October 29, 1996)
Regular CD reissue without Plan 9 logo still in press. At least 3 of these copies, have a blue front cover, due to a printing error which left out the magenta and yellow. Clear cassettes still in press.

Producer:
The Misfits and Spot.

Session:
[07/1983 Fox Studio]

Notes:
All 4 band members are featured as monsters on cover, from left to right with green eyes: Doyle, Jerry, Glenn, Robo. Cassette inlay card incorrectly lists "Bloodfeast" as "Bloodfest." Both the CD and cassette include the extended version of "Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?"


LEGACY OF BRUTALITY

A. Static Age
TV Casualty
Hybrid Moments
Spinal Remains
Come Back
Some Kinda Hate
Theme For A Jackal
B. Angelfuck
Who Killed Marilyn?
Where Eagles Dare
She
Halloween
American Nightmare

Format:
LP, Cassette, CD.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline; Plan 9: PL9/06, CASS 06 (September 1985)
10000 black vinyl copies with Plan 9 and Caroline logos and addresses. These copies are available on thick, opaque or thin, translucent vinyl. 2800 black cassette copies with Plan 9 and Caroline logos and addresses.

2nd: Caroline; Plan 9: PL9/06 (March 1986)
500 white vinyl copies.
500 red vinyl copies (some with black swirls). 16 pink vinyl copies.
LP sleeve lists Plan 9 and Caroline logos and addresses. Band logo on front cover is red/orange and LP sleeve is smooth. Glenn has explained that there were 3 variants that qualified as pink: very light pink vinyl with pink blotches and red streaks, pale pink vinyl, and a darker "bubblegum" pink color.

3rd: Caroline: 1704-61906-1/2/4; Plan 9: PL9/06, CASS06, CD-06 (October 1989)
LP sleeve and cassette inlay card have Plan 9 logo (no address), Caroline address, and bar code. Cassette comes in clear holder. The cassettes themselves were originally black, but later copies are clear. Band logo on front cover is red and LP sleeve is rough. CD still in press.

Sticker:
"Colored vinyl." (colored vinyl copies only).

Session:
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (tracks 9-10)
[08/1980 Master Sound] (track 12)
[06/1981 Newsoundland] (track 13)
[1985 Reel Platinum] (tracks 1-8, 11)

Notes:
Colored vinyl copies have "S-15842" in A-side matrix and "S-15843" in B-side matrix. Between the red and white vinyl pressings, Glenn did not have the stampers cleaned, causing 16 of the 1000 colored vinyl copies to turn out pink. Several (reportedly 8) of the red vinyl copies have black swirls. The CD reissue includes a photograph of Glenn Danzig not included on other formats. The LP back cover lists side 2 tracks before side 1 tracks. The CD back cover lists the tracks in the correct order.


MISFITS

or

COLLECTION I

A. She
Hollywood Babylon
Bullet
Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Night Of The Living Dead
Where Eagles Dare
Vampira
I Turned Into A Martian
Skulls
B. London Dungeon
Ghouls Night Out
Astro Zombies
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?
Die Die My Darling
Earth A.D.
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
Wolfs Blood

Format:
CD, LP, Cassette.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: 1704-61909-2; Plan 9: PL9-CD1 (July 1, 1986)
CD pressed in Japan or Austria. Misfits logo on CD uses Pushead's logo lettering from June 1986 issue of Thrasher.

Test: 3 copies with "Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc, 10-17-88" on sleeve. One copy is owned by Frank Wegner and another is owned by Kate of NJ.

2nd: Caroline: 1704-61909-1/2/4; Plan 9: PL9/09, CASS 09, CD1 (October 1988)
LP and cassette are issued for first time with sticker on plastic wrap, "Contains previously unreleased versions." CD pressed in US with bar code added. Logo on actual CD uses regular monster lettering logo. LPs are available with opaque vinyl, slightly glossy center labels, and smooth, white cardboard sleeve, or with translucent brown vinyl, dull paper center labels, and rough, brown cardboard sleeve. Later LPs and cassettes do not include the sticker.

3rd: Caroline: 1704-61909-2; Plan 9: CD1 (April 1994)
CD still in press with lighter colored booklet.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (tracks 2-3)
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (tracks 4-5, 7)
[08/1980 Master Sound] (tracks 6, 8, 10-13)
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian] (track 9)
[07/1983 Fox Studio] (tracks 14-20)
[1985 Reel Platinum] (track 1)

Notes:
The original CD pressings were done in Japan and Austria and use a slightly different version of the Misfits logo on the CD. Since 1988 (when the album was reissued) pressings have been done in the US. This album was originally intended to be a CD only release but was reissued after it was bootlegged onto LP. The CD format contains pictures not available on other formats. The picture on the back of of the CD insert and record sleeve is actually a photograph of Glenn Danzig superimposed onto a reversed mirror-image photo of the COLLECTION II album cover. Originally an untitled album, this release is now advertised as COLLECTION I or COLLECTIONS. The picture on the inside of the CD booklet is the distorted BEWARE cover photo that was used as a promotional band photo in 1979. A bootleg of this album exists; please see bootleg section.


EVILIVE

A. 20 Eyes
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Horror Business
London Dungeon
Nike A Go Go
Hate Breeders
B. Devils Whorehouse
All Hell Breaks Loose
Horror Hotel
Ghouls Night Out
We Are 138

Format:
LP, Cassette.

Pressing:
Test: 3 copies with "Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc" on sleeve. One copy is owned by Frank Wegner and another is owned by Kate of NJ.

1st: Caroline: 1704-61908-1/4; Plan 9: PL9/08, CASS 08 (October 15, 1987)
xxxxx black vinyl copies.
2000 green vinyl copies.

2nd: Caroline: 1704-61908-2 (March 11, 1997)
16000 CD copies with Plan 9 logo and old Caroline logo. The inlay cards and booklets were actually printed in 1992 shortly after the EARTH A.D. gold CD. The CDs themselves were pressed in 1997. These 16000 copies were distributed with the 3rd pressing.

3rd: Caroline: 1704-61908-1/2/4; Plan 9: PL9/08, CASS08, CD08 (March 11, 1997)
CD and black vinyl LP copies with remastered cover artwork, new Caroline logo on center labels, and no Plan 9 logo still in press. A very small amount of the CDs were distributed with the back inlay card from the 3rd pressing, but the booklet (original cover artwork) from the 2nd pressing.

Sticker:
"Colored vinyl." (colored vinyl copies only).

Live:
[7] (tracks 8-12: 11/20/1981 at On Broadway; San Francisco, CA) + Henry Rollins: Additional vocals (track 12)
[7] (tracks 1-7: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)

Notes:
Cassette copies are available with a clear or black holder. Between 1992 and 1997, the original cover atwork was lost. The remastered 1997 artwork uses slightly lighter colors and does not cut off the top edge of the Misfits logo.


WOLFS BLOOD/EARTH A.D. + EVILIVE

Earth A.D.
Queen Wasp
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
Wolfs Blood
Demonomania
Bloodfeast
Hellhound
Die Die My Darling
We Bite
20 Eyes
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Horror Business
London Dungeon
All Hell Breaks Loose
We Are 138

Format:
CD.

Pressing:
1st: Modern Music: AG 057-2 (1991)
Released in Europe.

Session:
[07/1983 Fox Studio] (tracks 1-11)

Live:
[7] (tracks 17-18: 11/20/1981 at On Broadway; San Francisco, CA) + Henry Rollins: Additional vocals (track 18)
[7] (tracks 12-16: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)

Notes:
This is a reissue of the 1983 Aggressive Rock Produktionen releases of WOLFS BLOOD/EARTH A.D. and EVILIVE on one CD.


STATIC AGE PROMO ADVANCE CASSETTE

A. (static noise)
Static Age
TV Casualty
Some Kinda Hate
Last Caress
Return Of The Fly
Hybrid Moments
We Are 138
B. Teenagers From Mars
Come Back
Angelfuck
Hollywood Babylon
Attitude
Bullet
Theme For A Jackal
(static noise)

Format:
Cassette.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline (August 1995)
Approximately 50 copies.

Producer:
Tom Bejgrowicz.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
This promotional advance cassette was put out by Caroline for employees to preview the STATIC AGE album, which was originally scheduled to be released on Halloween of 1995.


COLLECTION II

We Are 138
Attitude
Cough/Cool
Last Caress
Return Of The Fly
Children In Heat
Rat Fink
Horror Hotel
Halloween
Halloween II
Hate Breeders
Braineaters
Nike A Go Go
Devils Whorehouse
Mephisto Waltz
We Bite
Queen Wasp
Demonomania
Hellhound
Bloodfeast

Format:
LP, CD, Cassette.

Acetate:
1 set of 2 one-sided acetates in a black sleeve and labeled "Trutone, Inc. 10/10/95" owned by Jerry Pardue.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: 1704-67515-1/2/4 (November 14, 1995)
100000 CD copies.
500 clear vinyl copies.
6000 red vinyl copies.
3500 green vinyl copies.
Vinyl appears to have been pressed in the following order: clear, red, green.

2nd: Caroline: 1704-67515-1 (April 1996)
Black vinyl copies, CD, and cassette still in press. Early LP copies include the lyric sleeve; later ones have a blank white paper sleeve.

Sticker:
"MISFITS COLLECTION II."

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (tracks 1-2, 5)
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (track 6)
[06/1979 The Song Shop] (track 7)
[09/1979 C.I. Recording] (track 4)
[08/1980 Master Sound] (track 8)
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian] (tracks 9-10)
[07/1983 Fox Studio] (tracks 16-20)
[08/1986 Reel Platinum] (tracks 3, 11-15)

Billboard:
Heat Seekers Chart #33 (November 1995).

Notes:
This album includes several songs (tracks 3, 11-15) which were recorded after The Misfits broke up. The color of the sealed vinyl copies could be determined by the positioning of the bar code UPC symbol sticker. Green vinyl copies had the sticker about a quarter to a half inch from the bottom edge of the back cover. Red vinyl copies included the sticker slightly higher up on the sleeve (about an inch). Clear vinyl copies had the sticker in the upper right corner or have no sticker at all. Black vinyl copies may also not have a bar code sticker. The album was originally advertised as COMPACT DISC #2 on a Plan 9 flyer from 1987. Three red vinyl copies with A-side center labels on both sides exist; one is owned by Mike Holland and one is owned by Jerry Pardue.


BOX-SET SAMPLER EDITION

Teenagers From Mars
London Dungeon
Die Die My Darling
Vampira
Horror Hotel
She
Some Kinda Hate
Bloodfeast
I Turned Into A Martian
Hollywood Babylon
Horror Business
Queen Wasp
Night Of The Living Dead
Static Age
Halloween
American Nightmare

Format:
CD.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: CAR PRCD #17 (February 8, 1996)
4300 copies.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (tracks 1, 7, 10, 14)
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (track 11)
[06/1979 The Song Shop] (tracks 4, 13)
[08/1980 Master Sound] (tracks 2, 5, 15)
[06/1981 Newsoundland] (track 16)
[08/1981 Mix-O-Lydian] (track 9)
[07/1983 Fox Studio] (tracks 3, 8, 12)
[1985 Reel Platinum] (track 6)

Notes:
This promotional sampler comes in a clear tray with a brief description of the box set on the inside, and no front cover. Between 310 and 600 special promotional packages were made, containing the CD, a one page biography, and THE MISFITS BOX SET booklet in a black folder with a Misfits sticker on it. The rest of the CDs were distributed separately.


THE MISFITS BOX SET

Collection
She
Hollywood Babylon
Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Night Of The Living Dead
Where Eagles Dare
Vampira
I Turned Into A Martian
Skulls
London Dungeon
Ghouls Night Out
Astro Zombies
Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?
Die Die My Darling
Collection II
Cough/Cool
Children In Heat
Horror Hotel
Halloween
Halloween II
Hate Breeders
Braineaters
Nike A Go Go
Devils Whorehouse
Mephisto Waltz
Rat Fink
We Bite
Legacy Of Brutality
Static Age
TV Casualty
Hybrid Moments
Spinal Remains
Come Back
Some Kinda Hate
Theme For A Jackal
Angelfuck
Who Killed Marilyn?
Where Eagles Dare
She
Halloween
American Nightmare
Evilive
20 Eyes
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Horror Business
London Dungeon
Nike A Go Go
Hate Breeders
Devils Whorehouse
All Hell Breaks Loose
Horror Hotel
Ghouls Night Out
We Are 138
Earth A.D.
Earth A.D.
Queen Wasp
Devilock
Death Comes Ripping
Green Hell
Wolfs Blood
Demonomania
Bloodfeast
Hellhound
Sessions Disc
Cough/Cool
She
Who Killed Marilyn?
Where Eagles Dare
Horror Business
Teenagers From Mars
Children In Heat
Night Of The Living Dead
Where Eagles Dare
Vampira
Violent World
Who Killed Marilyn?
Spook City U.S.A.
Horror Business
I Turned Into A Martian
Skulls
Night Of The Living Dead
Astro Zombies
Where Eagles Dare
Violent World
Halloween II
20 Eyes
I Turned Into A Martian
Astro Zombies
Vampira
Devils Whorehouse
Nike A Go Go
Hate Breeders
20 Eyes
Violent World
Static Age
(static noise)
Static Age
TV Casualty
Some Kinda Hate
Last Caress
Return Of The Fly
Hybrid Moments
We Are 138
Teenagers From Mars
Come Back
Angelfuck
Hollywood Babylon
Attitude
Bullet
Theme For A Jackal
(static noise)

Format:
4 CD Box Set.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: 1704-67529-2 (February 27, 1996)
50000 copies with Fiend Club badge, special CD case for the STATIC AGE CD, and 3 separate slim cases for the other CDs. Besides the detail sticker on the plastic wrap, 1st pressings also include a smaller sticker: "Limited first pressing containing the special edition package of the Static Age album available only in this box. (see back sticker for more information)"

2nd: Caroline: 1704-67529-2 (June 1997)
Still in press. These copies lack the 1st pressing sticker on the front and do not come with the special STATIC AGE case. Instead, this pressing has 2 slim cases, each of which holds 2 CDs. Some copies include a larger, flat Fiend Club badge; others do not include it.

Sticker:
"Limited first pressing containing the special edition package of the Static Age album available only in this box. (see back sticker for more information)"

Insert:
28 page booklet and Fiend Club badge.

Sticker:
Plastic wrap includes large sticker detailing contents of box.

Producer:
Tom Bejgrowicz.

Session:
[06/1977 Rainbow Studio] (tracks 61-62)
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (tracks 2, 91-104)
[01/1979 C.I. Recording] (tracks 3-4, 6, 16, 35-36, 38, 63-67)
[06/1979 The Song Shop] (tracks 25, 68-74)
[08/1980 Master Sound] (tracks 5, 7, 9-12, 17, 75-81)
[06/1981 Newsoundland] (tracks 39, 88)
[08/1981 Mix-O-Lydian] (tracks 82-87)
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian] (tracks 8, 18-19)
[07/1983 Fox Studio] (tracks 13-14, 26, 52-60)
[1985 Reel Platinum] (tracks 1, 27-34, 37)
[1986 Reel Platinum] (tracks 89-90)
[08/1986 Reel Platinum] (tracks 15, 20-24)

Live:
[7] (tracks 47-51: 11/20/1981 at On Broadway; San Francisco, CA) + Henry Rollins: Additional vocals (track 51)
[7] (tracks 40-46: 12/17/1981 at The Ritz; New York, NY)

Billboard:
Heat Seekers Chart #36

Notes:
Copies from 1st pressing include the special STATIC AGE case designed by a UK toy company. The box set was first advertised in several magazines in 1987, originally planned as a boxed reissue of four 7" singles. It contains CD reissues of all previous Misfits releases on Caroline Records. Due to the large amount of items included in the box set, many copies were accidentally distributed with more than one Fiend Club badge, or no badge at all. Several boxes also included mutiple copies of disc 1, disc 2, or disc 3. These pressing plant distribution errors were quite common and have no additional collector value.


STATIC AGE

Static Age
TV Casualty
Some Kinda Hate
Last Caress
Return Of The Fly
Hybrid Moments
We Are 138
Teenagers From Mars
Come Back
Angelfuck
Hollywood Babylon
Attitude
Bullet
Theme For A Jackal
She
Spinal Remains
In The Doorway
Static Sessions [CD only]

Format:
LP, CD, Cassette.

Acetate:
1 set of 2 one-sided acetates labeled "Trutone Inc." with dates on center labels (A-side is labeled "5/19/97", B-side is "5/28/97") owned by Jerry Pardue.

Pressing:
Test: 2 black vinyl copies from Rainbo Records with blank center labels and "7520" etched into matrix. There were originally at least 4 pressed, but only two were saved and the others were destroyed.

Promo: Caroline: 1704-67520-2 (promo CD) (June 20, 1997)
CD copies with a small white strip printed over part of the bar code symbol.

1st: Caroline: 1704-67520-1/2/4 (July 15, 1997)
3500 black vinyl copies.
2000 red vinyl copies.
1000 yellow/orange vinyl copies.
500 purple vinyl copies.
CD and cassette still in press.

2nd: Caroline: 1704-67520-1 (July 28, 1997)
LP copies released in Europe. Black vinyl copies with blank inner sleeve (no artwork) in press worldwide.

Producer:
Tom Bejgrowicz / Dave Achelis.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
The back cover of the CD features colored band member photos originally intended for the cancelled 1995 "Teenagers From Mars" single. The CD and cassette insert booklets are in color; the 1st pressing LP inner sleeve is in black and white and lacks some of the photos of memorabilia. The CD liner notes include a slight error in reference to the "Ork" back cover of the BULLET EP; although the distribution deal was cancelled, the sleeve was used. The "Static Sessions" bonus track consists of unused outtakes from the recording session. UK LP copies were delayed during shipment due to customs problems. All colored vinyl copies were available with vertical or horizontal plastic wrap seals. Purple vinyl copies were originally supposed to be limited to just 100 copies; due to a miscommunication between Caroline Records and the pressing plant, 500 copies were pressed.


12 HITS FROM HELL: THE MSP SESSIONS

Halloween
Vampira
I Turned Into A Martian
Skulls
London Dungeon
Night Of The Living Dead
Horror Hotel
Ghouls Night Out
Astro Zombies
Where Eagles Dare
Violent World
Halloween II

Format:
CD, LP.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline (October 30, 2001)
Session:
[08/07/1980 Master Sound Productions]


VIDEO RELEASES


BRAINEATERS

Braineaters

Format:
Video tape.

Pressing:
1st: (No label) (March 20, 1983)
Never pressed.

Session:
[01/1982 Quad Teck]

Notes:
This was the only official promo video filmed while Glenn Danzig was in the band. It was recorded on the 3rd floor of Derkin Park, a restaurant in Boston, MA, on 03/20/1983. It features Robo dressed as a chef and the other band members sitting at a table eating cow brains with members of Boston hardcore bands. It was never submitted to MTV or any music video networks and was distributed only to friends of the band. It is currently only available in bootleg form.


VARIOUS ARTISTS COMPILATIONS


FLIPSIDE VINYL FANZINE VOL. 2

Attitude (live)

Format:
LP, Cassette.

Pressing:
Flipside/Gasatanka: FSR 3 (1984)

Flipside/Gasatanka: FSR 3C (cassette) (1985)

Insert:
Imitation newspaper with Misfits photo and article.

Live:
[5] (12/20/1978 at Max's Kansas City; New York, NY)

Notes:
The cassette version includes three extra songs.


PARANOIA YOU CAN DANCE TO

Attitude (live)

Format:
LP.

Pressing:
1st: Weird System: WS019 (1986)
10000 copies released in West Germany.

Live:
[5] (12/20/1978 at Max's Kansas City; New York, NY)

Notes:
This is a compilation of tracks from the three FLIPSIDE VINYL FANZINE albums


THE BEST OF FLIPSIDE VINYL FANZINES

Attitude (live)

Format:
2CD.

Pressing:
Flipside: FLIP 52CD (November 1993)

Live:
[5] (12/20/1978 at Max's Kansas City; New York, NY)

Notes:
This album contains every track from the three FLIPSIDE VINYL FANZINE albums, as well as a brief biography of the label


I HEAR YA! CAROLINE DISTRIBUTION CD SAMPLER #11 (FALL 1995)

Teenagers From Mars

Format:
CD.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: 80085 (August 1995)
5000 copies.

2nd: Caroline: 80085 (September 1995)
1900 copies identical to 1st pressing.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
Jerry and Doyle appear on the cover of this compilation with Rob Partington of Caroline Records.


CONCRETE MUSIC BLOC VOLUME V, MARCH 1996

Bullet
Die Die My Darling

Format:
Cassette.

Pressing:
Concrete Corner: CRN 0396 (March 1996)

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording] (Side 1) [07/1983 Fox Studio] (Side 2)

Notes:
This compilation includes two Misfits tracks taken from THE MISFITS BOX SET.


OH M!@#*% F*@$#! S%!@!!

Bullet

Format:
Cassette.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: PRO CS5 (June 1996)
6000 copies.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
This compilation includes the STATIC AGE version of "Bullet" from THE MISFITS BOX SET as track 8.


I HEAR YA! CAROLINE DISTRIBUTION CD SAMPLER #18 (SUMMER 1997)

Spinal Remains

Format:
CD.

Pressing:
1st: Caroline: 80130 (August 1997)
5000 copies.

Session:
[01/1978 C.I. Recording]

Notes:
"Spinal Remains" is track 1 on this compilation


JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH: NEW WAVE HALLOWEEN

Halloween

Format:
CD, Cassette.

Pressing:
1st: Rhino Records Inc: R2 75291 (June 30, 1998)

Session:
[08/1980 Master Sound]

Notes:
This compilation of Halloween tracks includes a version of "Halloween" (track 13) that was remastered by Bill Inglot and Andrew Garver.


UNITED STATES OF PUNK

Halloween

Format:
CD.

Pressing:
1st: Music Club Records: 50077 (November 17, 1998)

Session:
[1981 Mix-O-Lydian]

Notes:
This compilation features "Halloween" as track 15.


All info taken from Misfits Central!