The transition between Dalai Lama and Keine Lust is removed, due to the vinyl separation; additionally the cymbal fade-in is cut off earlier as well.
The guitar on the intro and before the third verse of Los is audible (although quieter) on the right channel, whereas it's usually panned to only the left channel.
The transition between Amerika and Moskau is removed, due to the vinyl separation.
During Stein um Stein, one of the vocal takes of the line "ich schaffe dir ein Heim" comes in earlier, not syncing up with the other take. Also, the "ramm" from the third verse is repeated twice during the break.
The band name is embossed on the cover.
The ship at the end of the CD booklet is missing in the LP booklet.
The mistake saying that the single Links 2-3-4 was released in 1998 is also on the credits of the vinyl itself.
The ending of Feuerräder has some reverb added after the cut.
The intro of Das Modell is replaced by a copy of the outro in shorter, omitting the catwalk noises and Mathilde Bonnefoy's announcement completely. However, she's still credited on the tracklist of the vinyl.
The bridge of Stripped is extended like on the album version, yet has a shorter last chorus to match the single version's runtime.
Donaukinder has an extended bridge, is replacing the guitar solo with an additional chorus, which has the children choir sing the "Wo sind die Kinder" line without Till, has a different synth during the last chorus and the outro fades out slower.