with two releases - with & without the first old RCA logo on the disc.
with a gatefold
inlay with six pictures, a collages and first old RCA and BMG
First old RCA
and BMG logos on back insert.
Most songs on this release have a shortened running time.
Made by Sonopress, Germany
CLEAR CENTRE - SILVER DISC - BLACK / RED
FIRST OLD RCA LOGO
In The Ghetto
Green Green Grass Of Home
Always On My Mind
Take Good Care Of Her
He'll Have To Go
It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
For The Good Times
You Asked Me To
Don't Cry Daddy
Help Me Make It Through The Night
There Goes My Everything
Just Call Me Lonesome
She Thinks I Still Care
Early Mornin' Rain
Little Cabin On The Hill
Funny How Time Slips Away
I Really Don't Want To Know
Make The World Go Away
Your Cheatin' Heart
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
then many dealers parallel imported the CDs from outside Germany. This
was illegal if the label has its own distributor. To stop it ARIS was
ARIS-BMG/ariola, Germany, wanted to provide a unique import
service. Therefore they imported many CDs from countries outside
Germany which were at that time not in the German program.
about one ARIS import from France (German made), one from England
(German made), one from the USA, nine from Japan and the above
DEFINITIVE series (German made).
But the situation about the stickers is still a mystery - maybe some
were lost with the shrink wrap.
And why have they changed the EVA logo to RCA (a run out of the