|1||No More Heroes||3:25|
|2||In The Shadows||4:33|
- Engineer – Alan Winstanley
- Engineer [Mixed By] – Doug Bennett
- Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – JONZ
- Producer – Martin Rushent
- Written-By – Stranglers, The
There seems to be a misprint on the record label which gives both sides as 'Side 1'.
The tracks however, are labelled correctly as UP36300A and UP36300B.
Track 'B' is given as 'The Stranglers' with the 'Barracuda Bass' Sound.
Mixed at Olympic Studios.
Published By April Music Ltd./Albion Music.
℗ 1977 United Artists Records Ltd.
- Matrix / Runout (Label A-Side): UP 36300A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Groove A-Side): UP 36300 A-1U JONZ
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