According to a dutch warner representative interviewed by our team in March 1995, only 300 copies of the white vinyl where pressed. They were meant as give-away for business relations of Warner Brother Records.
Each disc is separately numbered from #001 to #300 under the form of a gold-stamp on a white label. The label also contains a WB logo and a tracklisting in orange print.
The record is housed in a plain white sleeve. However, there is a range of numbers that come out with a black sleeve (likely from #068 #106, see gallery). The side only contains the Warner Brothers address and record catalogue number 1-45793 (also in orange).
It is possible that more than 300 records exist as we noticed that extra copies of the grey marbled vinyl surfaced; they are reputed dropouts from quality control that were not shipped but nevetheless appeared in public.
In 2010, the first confirmed repeated number of a white vinyl popped up (#066), it is marked in red on the list.
Through the gallery below you can view pictures and information about the 1994 white vinyls we could track throughout the world.
Click on the thumbs to access a full sized image gallery. Full details about these releases below.