Buying the LPs sampled on Nice Enough to Eat.
Continuing a description of the cover of the Canadian vinyl version of the LP.
The backround colour of the whole of the inside of the gatefold cover is white. The right side is occupied by a large black almost circular shape, extending about as far as it can. This shape is neatly divided into four quarters, each containing a colour picture of different member of the band. Of particular interest is the bottom left photo, which is of Jack Lancaster playing two saxophones at once.
The left side comprises essentially three columns, those on the left and right containing text, and the middle column containing a black and white drawing, again in an imperfect circle, but of course much smaller than the one on the right with the colour photos in. Basically the drawing tries to copy the blue circle and yellow ring bits of the front cover; so the pig’s head is white against a black circle (representing the blue circle); and the white bit surrounding the black circle (representing the yellow ring) has some features scattered around its right half. There are three of these; in descending order: the A&M logo; SP 4210; and the Chrysalis production stylised wording with the butterfly logo.
The text in the left and right columns contains Mick Abraham’s notes on the tracks, and some credits; but the tracks are very different from those on the UK LP.