I don't collect Lizzy as such but I can back up Tom and confirm for you that promo is a bootleg, a close up inspection shows up a metal acetate band on the inside of the center hole, so its an acetate with a label pasted on, the label itself is flat with the push out/ prong outline is just printed solid black instead of being a real push out cut into the plastic. It looks remarkably like the 2nd series of freakbeat bootlegs pressed and sold on ebay of other famous rarieties.
Mods the demo image needs moving to a new bootleg entry?
There is no such thing as an Irish Pressed Promo on Parlophone that cannot be made any clearer.That scan is a fake and no doubt some enterprising bootlegger has it on hand and no doubt as a Lizzy collector myself I might have to add it to my collection. I use the word infamous for the simple reason it would cost a four figure sum to get a copy these days and that's assuming you can find a copy in any decent condition.What next Beatles Irish Promos ?
I have seen this fake label so I assume someone has this in the pipeline for a bootleg release.Be aware of the following there is no such thing as a Parlophone Promo Pressed in Ireland.This record was an Irish only release as the DIP series was confined to Ireland so it is not possible for it to exist as a Promo.