Renaldo's Super Info:
Self released and sold by mail order and through a couple of
local outlets. Each copy sold was made from the original stereo
master tape - a maximum of 250 copies made.
The cover colour changed after each 10 copies made; the first
10 made were on gold/yellow paper and are identifiable by the
accent missing over the e of Struvé.
One copy of the cassette sent out by mail order included a 'hidden' track at the end of Side 2. We'd just finished a cover version of Ivor Cutler's I Believe In Bugs and combined it with a thing we called Fennix, so somewhere out there it may still exist. The track has not been released in any other way.
In 1985, an album of the same name was
released on vinyl with extra tracks inserted into the song sequence.
This remixed/remastered version, to a degree, lost the fluidity
of the original in attempting to reproduce its 'accidents'.
In 1999, Tom Timony's Esoteric Music Group released a CD-R of the original cassette contents. Some have suggested this wasn't official as little is known about it. Basically, it was an experimental release to see if CD on demand would work - covers and inserts were made and CDs made to order. Not that many were made I believe, but I don't have figures.