Issued by Ardeck in October 1983 to co-incide with the All Wrapped Up compilation. In 2007 it raised $30 million in funding. I can’t decide which is worse: those, or the unapologetic emphasis on “senior” at places like SeniorPassions. Additionally, this 12” pressing was made available at the same price of the 7” single. Don’t Wanna See (You Again) clocks in at less than a minute, and was originally recorded for the band’s first demo’s in March 1978. This, The Undertones’ biggest hit, came housed in a very colourful Subbuteo player picture sleeve. 1 dating service for local singles to meet other baby boomer singles”; at MatureSinglesOnly.
To add further confusion, the labels make no reference to this being a promo, the only clue is the matrix number - ARDS 11 A DJ.  As of 2009, Finam now has 20% ownership of Badoo. OVERSEAS RELEASES PROMO’S EMI 1800 Australia. Again, Smarter Than You is on the B side, and no picture sleeve issued. The Dutch copy of Got To Have You Back is a real gem, it features a totally different sleeve than the UK counterpart. The label credits Teenage Kicks I Wanna Hold You danish singles dating. Essentially the same as it’s UK counterpart, except the sleeve is printed on thinner textured paper.
According to Time magazine, 1 in 4 boomer marriages are the result of online dating. The ‘FC’ prefix denotes freebie copies that were issued free to chart return shops. This Ardeck re-issue was only available with the My Perfect Cousin double pack re-issue from 1983.. Contrary to popular belief, this is not a one sided promo, Like That is firmly in place on the B side. Issued with a totally different sleeve featuring street shots of the band. The record itself is pressed on green vinyl, and limited to 2000 copies. .