Shadrach (An Evening At Home With Shadrach, Meshach And Abednego) 12"
So far there have been 3 known bootlegs of the Shadrach 12". The first came out sometime in the late 1990's and is suspected of originating from England. It is housed in a black die-cut sleeve with a black & white printed piece of paper attached to the front. The vinyl labels are plain white and the etchings on the run out groove are "SMA-001" ("Shadrach" "Meshach" "Abednego" assumedly) as well as "Ba 256".
The second Bootleg was first spotted by collectors in 2002. This time around, it came in a full color sleeve and color vinyl labels. The etchings again contained the letters "SMA" within "SMA-046" and the marking for side 2 has a "A" crossed out and replaced with the correct "B". The Beastie Boys are not actually mentioned on the front of the sleeve, and on the back, only in a smaller font. The terms "Promo EP" and "Unreleased Dust Brothers Remixes" are used on the back sleeve to grab the attention of the unsuspecting buyer. However, this is not a promo and the mixes are exactly the same as the original (authentic) release.
In 2007 another bootleg appeared which mimicked the original sleeve.
The 2007 Bootleg Sleeve Differences:
The 2007 Bootleg Vinyl Differences: