Contrary to what dbboots writes, not a European release from the Netherlands.
Vicky Vinyl loved the Stones – and putting out Stones titles – so much, that she created her own side label, entirely dedicated to them: Rolling Stones Vinyl Product (RSVP) (It should be noted that Welcome To Frankfurt is also listed as RSVP 1/2 – as in 0.5).
The “Norwegian Fan Club” edition on red wax and with printed cover is actually the first pressing.
Matrix: RSVP – 001 – A/B
Insert versions were released with at least five different labels:
C. Ruthless Rhymes; D. blank; E. EEC
Side 1: Brown Sugar [03:25] / Bitch [03:59] / Don’t You Lie To Me [02:19] ^ / Rip This Joint [02:10] ^/ Rocks Off [03:49] / Gimme Shelter [05:29]
All unmarked songs recorded live at the first show at the Philadelphia Spectrum, 21 July 1972, except for the songs marked ^, recorded at the Tarrant County Convention Center (2nd show) in Fort Worth, TX, 24 July 1972.
Side 2: All Down The Line [04:07] / Tumbling Dice [04:19] / Street Fighting Man [03:57] / Uptight – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction [05:33] (w. Stevie Wonder)
The first song is from the first show at the Philadelphia Spectrum, 21 July 1972 as well; the next two are again from Tarrant County Convention Center (2nd show) in Fort Worth, TX, 24 July 1972 and the final song from the second show at the Philly Spectrum on 21 July 1972.
Image by © Bettmann/Corbis
A later reissue made in Italy with Heawy Sound Records labels. Matrix: SS9 A/B; Songs listed on the back cover are the same as on the RSVP original.
SS matrix numbers can be found on several Stones, Dylan and Springsteen re-pressings from Italy made in the 1980s: