The Die Hard version of the LP comes in a nice slipcase with a die-cut keyhole to highlight the obvious focus of the band...Rosalie.
The back of the slipcase indicates this as special edition packaging.
There were 400 of the Die Hard pressing, but only 100 of them were on the milky clear vinyl.
The album itself is really good. Total 70's Rock worship. Nice and laid back with Rosalie's voice, but still with a bit of a hard rock edge.
The album title on the front, and the song titles on the back have a nice gold letter embossing. Rise Above really care about the product they release and these little details really show the level of quality they are committed to. Beautiful.
The Die Hard pressings also come with a big poster, and a "I'm A Purson Person" patch.