Bwahahaha: I picked up this today while record shopping (basically for free):
Grey vinyl! Good lord. I also see that Bill Graham (the mystery 13th eye on the album cover) didn't get his own skeleton doppelganger.
The sleeve is a bit of an elaborate affair for a 45 and folds out as a poster:
The other side has the portrait shots of everyone from In the Dark plus tourdates for the all the nascent Touchheads (the single was released in June).
And, of course, "My Brother Esau" on the flipside, which was left off the original album.
Biggest takeaway: skeleton Jerry looks like Dr. Zaius' stunt double.