This is the 2nd EP by Brisbane Southside punk band, Mystery of Sixes who existed between 1981 and 1983 with various line ups and the odd reunion shows along the way.
300 were pressed and few have survived - after all this is a Queensland punk 45 we're talking about.
This was guitarist and co-writer Brett Swanborough's personal copy and has sat in a drawer since it came out which may explain the very insect damage on the opening edge of cover which is only noticeable upon closer inspection.
There are precious few of this release with a picture cover. Like their debut 7", these are grossly oversized and hard to find an utterly crisp copy. This does have offset printing smudges and a slight bend on the back left corner which is hardly noticeable and doesn't go through to the front cover. It's all there in the pictures. Given what this is, it's VG+ when all things are accounted for.
This is an unplayed copy which is graded at NM as nothing is truly M now is it?
This is what we would certainly call a keeper copy.
Check out our other Brisbane punk listings on here and at our shop, Phase 4 where this record can be inspected. We're here at 680F Ann St in the Valley.
Feel free to ask any questions. This 45 is also listed elsewhere.