The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle (Barclay 930 101/102)
Released February 1979
Side One. The God Save The Queen Symphony / Johnny B. Goode / Road Runner / Black Arabs Medley / Anarchy In The U.K.
Side Two. Substitute / Don't Give Me No Lip Child / (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone / L'Anarchie Pour Le U.K. / Belsen Was A Gas / Belsen Vos A Gasser
Side Three. Silly Thing / My Way / I Wanna Be Me / Something Else / Rock Around The Clock / Lonely Boy / No One Is Innocent
Side Four. C'mon Everybody / E.M.I. (Orch.) / The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle / Friggin' In The Riggin' / You Need Hands / Who Killed Bambi
Notes. Track listing is the same as UK Version 2. However, the track listing inside the gatefold sleeve reflects version 1 of the UK LP, not version 2, although L'Anarchie Pour Le U.K is missing from the start of side 3 on the sleeve. Even more strange is the inclusion of Ten Pole Tudor's name underneath the listing for side 3. The sleeve states (in bad English) "All Johnny Rotten recording except Belsen Was A Gas was recorded in 1976." The track listing design on the inside gatefold was unique to the French Barclay pressing. (See below for close-up). Lettering on the spine is in red.
An OBI strip sealed the first copies of the gatefold sleeve.
The rear sleeve was also unique and featured newspaper cuttings.
Two sets of labels came with the Barclay Pressing. The first pressing has 'Face' in place of 'Side' on the labels. ('Side' indicates French export version). Both sets of labels are shown below. The Barclay French pressing omitted Warner Bros. credits on the labels.