Here's a little rundown of the three Avengers albums.
All tracks recorded in 1977-1979 (except as noted)
The "pink album" is what I call the self-titled LP/CD that came out on CD Presents Records (1983), has the same versions of "Car Crash" "I Believe in Me" and "We are the One" from the Dangerhouse EP (1977) and "White Nigger" and "Corpus Christi" from the White Noise EP(1979), but different mixes and vocals on "The American In Me" and "Uh-Oh". It also has studio recordings of Open Your Eyes, No Martyr, Desperation, Thin White Line, Paint it Black, and Second to None. The one live song on the record is "Fuck You". And finally, Cheap Tragedies, and Money were not on the original LP but on some subsequent versions. It now bbeen re-released! Get it here.
The died for your sins (1999) CD on Lookout has 7 studio recordings: "Teenage Rebel", "Friends Of Mine", and "The Good The Bad And The Kowalskis" were from the Iguana rehearsal studio recordings. The early version of "White Nigger" was demoed at Wally Heider Studios and is quite different from the one Steve Jones produced on the Avengers EP from 1979. And "Crazy Homicide", "I Want In" and "The End Of The World" were re-recorded for this album in 1999. Plus 9 live recordings and a list of all Avengers shows.
The American in Me (2004) CD has 4 studio tracks, and 8 live tracks recorded at the Old Waldorf in 1979 (these live tracks were released on the Italian vinyl LP Zero Hour). The CD comes with a 16 page booklet with photos, show lists, flyers and new liner notes written by Greil Marcus, as well as Penelope's liner notes about the Waldorf show. The first 4 tracks are studio recordings, but different versions than any previously released: "We are the One", "The American in Me", "White Nigger", "Uh-Oh", and then the live show: "Cheap Tragedies", "Zero Hour", "Corpus Christi", "Release Me, "Uh-Oh", "Misery (Finger on the Trigger)", "Time to Die", "The American in Me".