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  1. 1st Pressing (): Red and green label. Mostly brown cover with the words "Double Vision" below the band photo at bottom of the cover. 2nd Pressing (): Silver and green label. Blue tint to photo and "Double Vision" below the band name which is blue. Has "/5().
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  3. Apr 04,  · The runouts are PRC STAC CC ♡POGO (PR) STERLING and STAA ++-1 ♡POGO PRC (PR) STERLING. Any ideas? Edit: So the runouts seem to be variants of Double Vision but the label on side 2 is clearly printed as ST-ARI/5(K).
  4. Oct 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Double Vision, Foreigner, Vinyl 45RPM YouTube Woman from Tokyo, Deep Purple, Vinyl 45RPM - Duration: Toni Davey 3, views.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Double Vision - All Right at Discogs. Complete your Double Vision collection/5().
  6. NYU Langone specialists are experts at diagnosing double vision, also called diplopia, in which a person sees two images instead of one. Our team of neurologists and neuro-ophthalmologists—doctors who manage visual problems related to the nervous system—provides a thorough evaluation and develops a treatment plan for people experiencing double vision.
  7. Comment: VPI Cleaned. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Vinyl Record Album. Atlantic SD release. The vinyl is Bright and Glossy NM. The cover is NM. For your listening enjoyment all DD's vinyl is professionally deep cleaned on VPI equipment, played on audiophile equipment to verify the grade, and placed in new inner and outer sleeves right before shipping in a commercial record mailer with a /5().
  8. Binocular double vision suggests the eyes are not pointing at the same object. People normally see an object as a single image even though each eye receives its own separate image of that object. To perceive single images, the eyes must be aligned so that both point to the same object at the same time (called conjugate alignment).

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