- Massimo: minimo - gold brown card with a wave pattern on it giving a 3d effect - the disk is gold yellow
- Kozo Inada - a was that plastic sheet with ridges that is used to give postcards depth or movement - this is blobby parallels, red disk; d is in a yellow transparent case, yellow disk and the insert a small yellow plastic mesh
- Goem: Punik - insert an orange card with regular small holes
- Heimir Bjorgulfsson: "Machine natura(...)" - clear case with green tray, green disc and a green wallpaper insert
- Pure: low - full length CD with speckled copper label, the insert is a fine copper mesh
- Thilges 3: Polka - clear disk with white label, the insert is thin sheets of polystyrene
- Radboud Mens: "Sine" - the disk is dark blue and the inserts are incredibly heavy metal mesh which just about destroyed the case on the trip over here (big picture at top)
|Bjorgulfsson (tl) Massimo (tr) Thilges 3 (bl) Pure (br)|
I have a couple of other releases using the same format
- Pimmon: Orquesta del arrurruz - is listed in the series at Discogs, but I don't agree. The AB-CD format is used, but the information is printed on the cover not inscribed. It is a lovely piece though, as instead of inserts it has green truf-like material , a light green disk and some green felt instead of screenprinting on the disk, in a green jewel case (without the disk-insert).
- Muslimgauze: Ayatollah dollar - uses much the same format without a cover insert (there is a back one) and a number of his releases came in cases that had the information etched on.
- Radboud Mens: Pulse - printed on the cover is radiating grid which together with a similar print on the disk gives nice moire interferance patterns.
- Banabila, Vennik & Bobby: "Cards on the table" - clear case, printed information, clear AB-CD but in the disk tray there is a piece of plastic table cloth and a playing card (and the catalogue number, like Pimmon, is in the right range.