12" with white labels in a plain black die-cut sleeve with black and white sticker.
A large number of the first pressings of the commerical 12" were pressed up with white labels and
housed in black die-cut sleeves with title stickers, and then sent out as promos. They were relatively common when first issued
but have becoming increasingly rare.
(Some sellers call them test pressings due to the white labels. They are not test pressings as a large number were made and a test pressing
wouldn't have been housed in a sleeve with a sticker).
12" with colour graphic labels in a plain black die-cut sleeve.
A second promotional 12" was issued for the single. This was obviously for the clubs as it featured the CJ Mackintosh mix
as the A-side. It was also Simple Minds' first anonymous single release - the graphic label and plain black sleeve
didn't carry any artist or track listings.