Someone asked a question about this on another thread (no idea where) and I just remembered this minute about it so here is your answer. "Fun, Fun, Fun" was mixed three times back then. Mix number one was the mono 45 RPM hit mix. You can recognize it by the "push" in volume during the instrumental break and the organ highlighted. Has a nice long fade. Mixed by JOHN KRAUS at Capitol Tower from the Western Recorders three-track. Never released on CD or LP (I believe). Mix number two was the mono 33 1/3 LP mix. Easily picked out by the favoring of the GUITAR over the organ in the instrumental section. (Note that one of the lead guitars was on the vocal channel so easy to bump up). Hard to miss. Mixed by Chuck Britz at Western Recorders. On the great Capitol BB's CD MADE IN THE USA as well as the LP "Shut Down, Volume 2". Mix number three was the infamous "Chuck Britz one handed fade out" stereo mix. Done for the stereo version of the "Shut Down, Volume 2" LP version. This is the version used on the DCC Gold CD and countless others. Great sounding mix except for the ending where Mr. Britz (in a hurry to go to lunch) decided to fade the thing right down and catch a smoke. He did his famous one handed fade. In other words, he faded the music channel right on down really fast leaving the two vocals tracks hanging in the wind. Then he reached back up and faded them down quickly. Why he didn't use the master fader and get them all down at the same time is anyone's guess. Probably the master fader was noisy or some problem or another at that point. Many stereo BB songs from this time period were faded out like this (Wendy, Little Deuce Coup, etc. Heck, on WENDY he faded out the middle vocal channel first leaving the two music tracks hanging in the wind. Very silly). Hope this helps!!