Check out the different label styles for the 1st press and then the reissue:
The 1st press label uses a more condensed font, includes track timings and has the words ‘Made in UK’ whereas the reissue label from c.1979 has a different font, no track timings and the words ‘Manufactured in the UK’. Click here to see all the details and matrix variations for Led Zeppelin ‘Presence’.
There are different versions of ‘The Song Remains The Same’ too so you can use the same guidelines to spot the differences between reissues and 1st pressings. The ‘Manufactured in the UK’ label style seems to have been used first on Bad Company’s ‘Desolation Angels’ in 1979 (SSK 59408). Anything prior to this should have the ‘Made in UK’ label style for a first pressing.
NB. SSK89402 ‘The Song Remains The Same’ 1976 first pressing label style is different again and doesn’t carry any country of manufacture information. Click here to see the original and reissue labels.