‘We All Stand Together’ Unboxing and 4K Premiere

Paul McCartney’s faithful re-issue of his 1984 die-cut single ‘We All Stand Together’ is now out. It’s been done for the 100th anniversary of the cartoon character Rupert the Bear.

Paul Sinclair over at Super Deluxe Edition has done a video unboxing of how it looks:

McCartney has also issued on YouTube a newly-restored 4K version of the 1984 animated short film Rupert and the Frog Song.

The film was written and produced by Paul McCartney and directed by animator Geoff Dunbar, who provides an introduction to the premiere of the restored film:

Just out of interest we dragged out our copies of the original 1984 UK black vinyl 7″ single, and also the shaped picture disc. The black vinyl came in this picture sleeve:

The 1984 shaped picture disc came in a clear plastic cover:The sleeve is colour printed on the outside:Sadly, the shaped picture disc inside is showing definite signs of age. The clear vinyl is yellowing quite a bit in places.  Here’s the A-side:

And the B-Side:

Compare this to the 2020 edition:

 

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