|7243 8 11207 2 9, CAR112071||The Misfits|| 12 Hits From Hell: The MSP Sessions (CD, Comp)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||7243 8 11207 2 9, CAR112071||Europe||2001|
|CAR11207LP, 7243 8 11207 2 9||Misfits|| 12 Hits From Hell: The MSP Sessions (LP, Comp, Num, RP, Unofficial, Blu)||Caroline Records , Caroline Records ||CAR11207LP, 7243 8 11207 2 9||Germany||2002|
|CAR11207LP, 7243 8 11207 2 9||Misfits|| 12 Hits From Hell: The MSP Sessions (LP, Comp, RP, Unofficial, Mus)||Caroline Records , Caroline Records ||CAR11207LP, 7243 8 11207 2 9||Europe||2017|
|none||The Misfits|| 12 Hits From Hell: The MSP Sessions (CDr, Comp, Promo)||Caroline Records||none||US||2001|
|7243 8 11207 2 9, CAR11207-2||The Misfits|| 12 Hits From Hell: The MSP Sessions (CD, Comp, Promo)||Caroline Records, Caroline Records||7243 8 11207 2 9, CAR11207-2||US||2001|
Very carefully produced bootleg which almost exactly imitates the original. Details of verifying the bootleg can be found here: http://questionable12hits.page.tl/Bootleg-versions.htm
Caroline: 24381-1207-1 (August 23, 2001)
1 set. This acetate set was created by The Hit Factory Mastering, inc.
Test: Caroline: CAR11207 (September 5, 2001)
3 black vinyl copies. These test pressings were created by Universal Test Pressing and have "OUCH THAT'S HOT!" matrix etchings. At least 2 LP sleeves were also printed for review by band members. No further vinyl was ever pressed.
CDR: Caroline: 24381-1207-2 (September 2001)
xxxx CDR copies. These very rare copies are CDRs pressed in the Caroline Records main office and sent to a select few. They had no cover or artwork, but came with a white 8.5"x11" promo sheet for the album.
Promo: Caroline: 24381-1207-2 (September 2001)
2000 CD copies. These copies come with the artwork, regular CD, and back cover art just like the regular CD version would have. Most have a white strip over the bar code symbol, but some have a drill hole in one corner instead. A small amount have neither.
Session: [07/26/2001 West West Side Music]
Notes: This album was originally scheduled for an October 30, 2001 release but was cancelled due to Jerry Only's disappointment with the mix and Glenn Danzig's disappointment with the artwork. About
2000 promotional CD copies were pressed and distributed. 40,000 regular CD copies were pressed, but later destroyed. Several record sleeves were printed and distributed (without vinyl) to members of the band. The original plan was to press 2000 copies of orange vinyl and 1000 copies of white vinyl. The album was "postponed" on October 15, 2001.