RECORD NRMINT Treble
Envelope has Killing Joke Logo, Killing Joke Dub Foundry and issue number stamped on. Issue believed to be an edition of 50 Also contains 6 Killing Joke in Dub postcards with a printed paper band, also bearing Killing Joke in Dub logos and text.
Sold on the band s 2014 UK tour.
SLEEVE Plain Card Envelope
ORIGINAL INNER SLEEVE N/A
ORIGINAL LYRIC INNER SLEEVE N/A
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