The first two Euro pressings both have the same/unique/first mix. The only difference is the second pressing has the single version of "Rock N' Roll Damnation" tacked on the beginning and consequently "Riff Raff" is edited and fades out just before the end of the song. Cassette versions of this mix ("Rock N' Roll Damnation" single version but with "Riff Raff" not edited) were also available here (UK) up until the first series of "remasters" in 1994 when they were replaced with the second mix. 1st Pressing (Euro Mix) 1. Gimme A Bullet 2. Down Payment Blues 3. Gone Shootin' 4. Riff Raff 5. Sin City 6. Up To My Neck In You 7. What's Next To The Moon 8. Cold Hearted Man 9. Kicked In The Teeth. 2nd Pressing (Euro Mix) 1. Rock N' Roll Damnation (Single Version) 2. Gimme A Bullet 3. Down Payment Blues 4. Gone Shootin' 5. Riff Raff (Edited) 6. Sin City 7. Up To My Neck In You 8. What's Next To The Moon 9. Cold Hearted Man 10. Kicked In The Teeth. U.S/Aus/Rest of the world 1. Rock N' Roll Damnation 2. Down Payment Blues 3. Gimme A Bullet 4. Riff Raff 5. Sin City 6. What's Next To The Moon 7. Gone Shootin' 8. Up To My Neck In You 9. Kicked In The Teeth As others have said, I suspect the first mix was rush released to coincide with the UK tour. However, I have also wondered if after "Rock N' Roll Damnation" was recorded, specifically as a single (I believe at the request of Atlantic) and subsequently included on the album, the album was re-thought to a degree, re-sequenced, polished up and "Cold Hearted Man" removed for the U.S/Aus/rest of the world release. For the record, I prefer the first mix. It sounds more "live in the studio" and feels less tinkered with, once you've heard both versions.