I'll start with a few I have: John B. Sebastian--MGM LP (same music as the Reprise LP, but different cover & inferior sound)--MGM put it out even though he had just signed with Reprise. John Sebastian Live--LP released on MGM in 1970, and withdrawn about 2 months later due to his being on Reprise at the time--never reissued in any form Tell The Truth/Roll It Over-Derek & the Dominoes--out for 1 day & pulled--mono mixes never reissued in any form. The McCartney Interview--Parlophone CHAT1--easily available in the US at the time, released in the UK for just 1 day. Never reissued in any form. Mexico/Have You Seen The Saucers--Jefferson Airplane 45. Damned, Damned, Damned--UK Stiff Records LP--1st mistake pressing, with Eddie & The Hot Rods on the back cover instead of The Damned. The Kinks--One Of The Survivors/Scrapheap City --US RCA 45--B-side different, slower than LP version, sung by Ray instad of the girls--immediately withdrawn--never reissued in any form.