U2's label Island Records sued Negativland claiming that placing the word "U2" on the cover violated trademark law, as did the song itself. Island Records also contended that the single was an attempt to deliberately confuse U2 fans, then awaiting the impending release of Achtung Baby. This EP ended up being withdrawn.
Prior to being withdrawn, 6951 total copies were sold, of which approximately 1600 were either vinyl 12" or cassette and approximately 5300 were CD. 692 promotional copies were also distributed.
Several pirated copies of the CD have been printed. They can be distinguished by looking at the barcode with a magnifying glass. If the barcode is fuzzy or pixelated, it is a pirated copy, otherwise it's likely to be legitimate.
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|1||I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For (1991 a cappella mix)
|2||I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For (special edit radio mix)