I have what I think is a rare copy of Elvis Presley's Lets be Friends LP. Label is RCA Camden, green label, 1969. Strange thing is that the B-side label is on both sides, even though the songs are correct for each side.
Has anyone ever heard of this before?? Unable to find any reference online, and price guide unfortunately no use.
Don't know about this specific example but the occurence is not that rare - simply comes about in the factory if the worker grabs 2 copies of the same label in error and puts one on each side of the vinyl blob before pressing
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