For those that would care, all band members signed and numbered the 63 copies. It's kinda cool to know this sort of stuff can still happen in 2011 and hopefully the next round of Signed Vintage Sales is for other Mob Style Records or Abused Music records. Let's just hope I don't miss out then.
If you still want to get The Mob on vinyl, but don't want to drop more than $15, Painkiller, or some new sub-label, will release a discography by The Mob.
Here's a package review by HatredSerge from the NB Board:
I have #58/63. Its impossible to doubt the authenticity of this because it definitely has that "stored in someones closet for 28 years" look to it. the sleeve is slightly discolored and the labels on the B side seem a bit faded although side A is pretty clean. the vinyl itself was a bit dusty and there are some minute scratches in the runoff area, but other than that it looks fine and seems unplayed. while Its not in perfect condition (after all it was "lost" for 28 years), its definitely in pretty good condition. Im stoked on it...