"Where'd You Find That?!": An Illustrated Discography of the (Almost) Unique

Minor Threat - Filler 7" test press

Test press in typed innersleeve of arguably the most important hardcore record ever. Dischord Records, 1981. Scanned by Ben Shupe.

If you look closely above, you'll see that it says "Not issued in p/s." But here's a fully autographed first-issue red sleeve. This was originally owned by Michael Salkind, drummer for DC hardcore band "No Trend" and longtime 9:30 Club DJ.

And a one-of-a-kind (?) clear sleeve:

"I got it from a friend's record shop in Virginia about 7 years ago. He had bought a bunch of Minor Threat singles off a guy who claimed to have been one of their roadies. This one has a clear plastic acetate sleeve. Everyone I have talked to has never heard of it, but a friend of mine spoke to Jeff Nelson once and he said that he recalled making something along those lines, and also mentioned that they made a few white sleeves as well." - Fat Rich


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