Talking Heads
Remain in Light
Sire 6095-2 (in the US) or 256 707 (outside the US) (on spines)
Sire 6095-2 / (06095-2) (US) or 256 867 / (06095-2) (non-US) (on disc)
LP originally released 1980
made in West Germany for US & international markets
color scheme: yellow background with purple target and black lettering
genre: rock

MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM, no GEMA logo.
This disc variation, with 6095, was distributed in the US. It can be found
with or without the outer mirror band. Pictured is the version without the band.
There is another 6095 variation without BY POLYGRAM at the bottom. I don't have
a picture available.


MADE IN WEST GERMANY BY POLYGRAM, with GEMA logo.
This disc variation, with catalog number 256 867, was intended for distribution
outside the US, primarily in Europe. This disc has an outer mirror band.


MADE IN || WEST GERMANY (no manufacturer on front), with GEMA logo.
Around the center hole, viewable from the reverse, is etched MADE IN W. GERMANY BY PDO.
This variation of the above disc, was also distributed mainly in Europe.
This disc variation does not have an outer mirror band.


Front cover of booklet


Back cover "Printed in West Germany" without UPC, catalog number is 6095.
Even at this large size, it is hard to read the green lettering.
All target discs of this title distributed in the US will have this back cover.
This back inlay was also used for a West German pressed non-target disc,
so be sure to check the disc before buying.


Back cover "Printed in West Germany" without barcode, catalog number is 256 867.
Even at this large size, it is hard to read the green lettering.
This back inlay will be found with the non-US copies of this title that
have BY POLYGRAM at the bottom.


Back cover says "Manufactured in Germany a (sic) by Record Service GmbH. Alsdorf."
Near the bottom, the words "Printed in West Germany" have been crudely airbrushed out.
The catalog number is 256 867, with no barcode.
This back inlay will be found with the non-US copies of this title that
lack the BY POLYGRAM at the bottom.

Notes: This disc is somewhat hard to find. The international variations are even scarcer.
There is also a very scarce disc variation with a different color combination.
See the separate entry for a picture.