From a record shop in western MA-- this pressing of the UK single from 1982's "English Settlement" comes in a sleeve that doubles as a puppet theater!
XTC's Andy Partridge is a visual-artist, as well-- he has often said that sleeve design is one of his favorite parts of releasing records.
"No Thugs In Our House" tells the satirical story of a couple who refuses to believe that their son-- a juvenile delinquent-- could be up to no good. Note the policeman walking up to the front door outside the kitchen window!
The insert features the cast of characters:
Graham, a teenager
Mother, a busy housewife
Father, a conservative husband
Policeman, a young constable
They're designed to be cut out and used to put on a play-- the lyrics for the song comprise the libretto:
Here's XTC performing the song on The Old Grey Whistle Test in 1982, shortly before they retired permanently from live performance: