|Title||Primary Show||Secondary Show||Cds||Catalog #||Matrix Order||Released|
|Stroke In Stoke||1/15/1973||7/13/1973||2||(LZ011573-1/2)||LZ011573-1/2||2001|
|Robert's Last Stand||8/11/1979||3||LZ110879A/B||LZ 110879A/B||2001|
|Madison Square Graffiti||2/12/1975||3||RD015-1/2/3||RD15-1/2/3||2003|
|Earl's Court Incident||5/24/1975||3||RD026-1/2/3||RD 26-1/2/3||2003|
|Earl's Court Incident||5/25/1975||3||RD027-1/2/3||RD 27-1/2/3||2003|
Not a Japanese label. The first two titles have no mention of label credit other than the familiar "P&C." They have the same artwork theme and the cds are completely professionally labeled. The third through fifth titles credit Red Devil as the manufacturer. "P&C" is not mentioned. They share the same artwork theme as the first two titles.
Madison Square Graffiti is the only title worth mentioning. The other titles have changed the song sequence.