Newspaper on front album cover originally was a copy of the infamous "Dewey defeats Truman" issue of the Chicago Tribune. After the Chicago Tribune objected to the inclusion, the cover was changed to read "Dewei defeats Truman". The billboards in the distance were originally Coca-Cola adverts, but were changed to the names of the band members due to the objections of Coca-Cola. The waving man on the front cover is Hugh Syme, who was the cover designer, and also played piano on 'Different Strings'.
Released with lyrics and band photos on inner sleeve.Clear tray jewel case, 6-page foldout booklet. This is the earlier Universal M & L pressing where their serial# in the matrix is not present. The later UML repress is there. The cover has the newspaper in the lower left corner with the blanked out headline. The headline reads "Dewey Defeats Truman" on the original LP release. Track 6 consists of three parts that are separately titled only in the booklet.