Issued on Rock Steady Records (catalogue number: MICK 009 listed on the record labels). Some copies however have an additional sticker on one of the record labels with the words 'Ovation Records, OVS 1212, (A) C 1980 Street Corner Music'.
Issued with a picture sleeve with only the Ovation catalogue number, OVS 1212 mentioned but logos of both labels still on the sleeve. The spelling of the B-side group name The Crowtones is spelled differently as The Cro-Tones on the picture sleeve
This'll probably sound odd to you lot in the U.K. but I heard this one before I'd heard JCC. I picked up a copy of the Cathy La Creme disc in the early '80s as part of a shipment of British new wave and punk singles. I liked it and kept it. It was obvious that they were sending up someone but the penny didn't drop until years later.
Cover and labels added.
Cover inside clear bag, double sided print, folded at the top, record falls out if viewed like scanned. inside upright also.
There is no evidence of any Ovation anywhere, just Rocksteady, so I would suggest changing label.
Indeed John Cooper Clarke is mentioned within seconds of the beginning, it is a kind of duet between her and a JCC impersonator, and they also nail it on the Martin Hannett sound.
A Porky prime cut.
The p/s of the original issue has just the Rock Steady logo (no cat.no.). For the later Ovation tie-in version the p/s shows only the Ovation logo and cat.no.; for the labels of this later edition, I've only ever seen overstickered-with-Ovation-info copies... do proper Ovation-labelled copies exist?