Cassette capturing Mephiskapheles live in studio from NYC area's WFMU. April 1995.
4-track CD single issued in 2002 by Moon Ska Europe (MOON CDS 4). Came in a slimline jewel case.
Glossy promotional photo of Buster Bloodvessel in support of Bad Manners "Heavy Petting" CD release on Moon Ska Records.
VHS tape issued in 1989 by Free Target Production and distributed by Moon Records. Assigned MRV0001 as catalog number.
10-track CD issued by Stickman Records in 1992 as ST.UB.O5-2. Disc and Artwork made in Canada. Distributed by Moon Records as MR-005, a catalog number also shared by The Toasters "Recriminations" reissue 12".
Moon Ska Europe MOON CD 066 issued in 2004. Made in England. CD manufactured by VDC Group (the official UK Partner of Sony DADC). Interestingly, the mirrored rim print of the CD lists the catalog number as MOONCD066(PROMO)
Hand-painted picture sleeve to "Trojan City Love / It's A Crime" GREEN VINYL 45 on Moon Ska World. Numbered out of 100. DCR 701 A / DCR 701 B. Issued 2011.
Moon Ska Europe CD issue by Mike Drance and crew. Made in England. Manufactured and distributed by The Harry May Record Company. Disc manufactured by CDSystems UK. Issued as MOON CD 022.
15-track CD issued by Weserlabel of Germany (as 2449-2). The hard-to-find version pictured above was labeled for sale in the US and Canada. Note the extra barcode added for distribution by Moon. This release is traditionally considered Moon Records MR-30, although this appears nowhere on the artwork.
Hour-long VHS tape issued in 1991 by Exact Image Television and distributed by Moon Records. Assigned MRV0002 as catalog number.
Part of the never-completed Moon Records Six Pack of singles. Issued in 1987 as Toast 0013 / Toast 0014. Deadwax etchings are TOAST 0013A / TOAST 0013B. Illustration by Pesky.
2004 release on Moon Ska Europe (MOON CD 073). 10 tracks plus enhanced video for "Missing Words".
UK manufactured Moon Records release of the classic comp of 13 live tracks. Issued in 1990 as MRE-022. Different from its American counterpart, the single-pocket cover of this release features the album title and contributing band names in gray. The cover's spine is white with black text. The record label (see above) is white with black print.
15-track comp with entries by The Toasters, Spring Heeled Jack, Magadog, The Scofflaws, The Porkers, and more! Issued by Revista Showbizz and co-branded by Moon Ska Brasil. MSB004.
1993 release by NO Record Company of St. Louis, Missouri. There are at least three Moon-era CD variants of this release: a) MUOI CD catalog number on spine, without barcode on rear artwork, without Moon Records logo/info; b) MUOI CD catalog number on spine, with barcode, with Moon Records logo or info; and c) MR046CD catalog number on spine, with barcode, with Moon Records logo or info. Later pressed variants also have the MR046CD catalog number on the CD itself.
Nine-track demo CD issued in 1995. Branded with a Moon Ska Australia sticker on the rear artwork. I placed the winning auction bid for this item while in Kings Cross, London in 2012.
VHS issued in 1995 by the NYC-based Devlin Video Service, promoting The Toasters new video for "2 Tone Army". Media is a black-shelled 3M T-10 VHS tape.
Rear of picture sleeve for the Toast 3 / Toast 4 seven-inch issued in 1984. Autographed by Dieter Runge.
Import CD issued by Tachyon International Records, co-branded with Moon Ska Records Tokyo Japan. TR-C-319. Released 1996. The poor spine of the obi strip has been faded by the sun.
A 1994 cassette with co-branding by Slug Tone and Moon Ska. The media itself (not pictured) is a clear-shelled JVC GI-60 cassette with a printed title strip glued to the shell.