As with the stock copies, no picture sleeve was issued. Often disputed this one, but it does exists. The familiar yellow Sire label background has been dropped in favour of a white background with black only printing. Fairly In The Money occupies the B side, no picture sleeve issued. The band’s second single, released on 19th January 1979 in a fairly scarce picture sleeve. The label declares Specially Mastered For DJ Use. Join one of the best place for lonely people among similiar sites and meet thousands of lonely hearts from any part of Netherlands.
Curiously enough, this promo appeared on the Harvest label. Copies come housed in a flimsy paper poster style sleeve, take your pick from white, mustard yellow, pink or green (maybe there’s more. Issued with a totally different sleeve featuring street shots of the band holland dating singles. Don’t Wanna See (You Again) clocks in at less than a minute, and was originally recorded for the band’s first demo’s in March 1978. Some copies of the green vinyl issue also include a tour date insert. Some labels credit The Undertones and some just Undertones holland dating singles. Same as the UK release, uses the UK catalogue number - adding ‘NP’ to the end of it.
The sleeve design is, again, basic and simple - red background with the record labels reproduced upon it. The B side is I Don’t Know, and the picture sleeve is virtually identical to the above promo release, save for the obvious alterations. Promo information is overprinted on the label in red.. Purchasing this 7” version only gave you two tracks, the title track and Emergency Cases. This stock version is much rarer than the promo. The sleeve even has the audacity to credit the band as The Undertones featuring Feargal Sharkey. .