Bestial Records C2
12" clear vinyl LP with plain black and white labels in a full colour picture sleeve.
1/10 (from Life In A Day album)
1/10 (from Life In A Day single) *
Do not buy this bootleg!
Suggesting to be a collection of demos, this bootleg is nothing of the sort, being a badly compiled, labelled
and recorded Life In A Day.
It's a terrible recording of the album, suffering from noise distortion, wow and flutter.
The Verson One and Version Two labels are meaningless (it's just the same tracks
repeated again). Because they mislabelled Pleasantly Disturbed,
the final track (which was actually Special View) was titled
by a line in the chorus: Love Is Alive.
Judging from the logo used, this bootleg probably appeared as Virgin were buying up the
back catalogue from Arista. Judging, as it turns out wrongly, that Life In A Day
would be deleted, the bootleggers attempted to cash in by releasing the album themselves.
Some copies have stickers correcting the spelling on the back of the sleeve. Both varients are equally worthless in my opinion.