The sleeve Stiff BUY190 features a black and white shot of Kirsty applying lipstick on a bed while “Man at C&A” looks on. The press adverts for the single featured two different shots from the same session. Both feature Kirsty sitting on the bed, having applied the lipstick and put on a white fleecy blouse, looking at the camera from slightly different angles. Man at C&A does not move in any of the shots. Source – TH
The cover was designed by Stella Watts, who worked for Stiff at the time.
The promo version of ‘Terry’ on Stiff BUY190 differs from the regular release in three ways:
the labels are grey rather than black; the A-side has a large white “A” across the full face of the label; the catalog number is BUYDJ190.
There is also a Pink label promo with a different matrix number BUYDJ190A2. It plays a slightly different shorter track time to the grey label promo and is much rarer than the grey one. I’ve been dealing in Kirsty records for 15+ years & have only seen 2 of the pink one. – Leigh Turner.
Weird Dutch packaging
A Dutch import, BR Music 45256, features ‘Terry’ as the B-side of a Belle Stars single ‘Sign of the Times’. The picture sleeve is an assembly of half of each individual sleeve. Both acts were on Stiff at the time so obviously some weird licensing agreement was taking place. Source – TH