Ok, your copy is an IronD one. Which I don't know yet if it's exactly good or bad or maybe neither. Pretty much, IronD is a russian copy, which is always bad, but in this case, for what I have understood, EA´s former discography Trisol, has an agreement with IronD to distribute these russians copy. Or something like that, if you do a search on this forum I'm sure a lot of threads will pop up explaining this. They have an official explanation in their official Facebook page:
IROND Records Ltd is the leading Russian metal music records label.
IROND operates in several major fields:
It has secured license agreements for Russia and ex-USSR countries with more than 80 foreign metal and extreme music labels to re-publish their original material. Generally, such CDs / DVDs are much more accessible for Russian listeners as they are sold at prices comparable to pirated production. Also, IROND's subsidiary Sound Age publishes some of these material in audio cassette format that still enjoys mild popularity in Russia.
IROND works as an indie record label, subscribing artists, releasing and distributing their CDs.
It organizes concerts, i.e. acts as a concert agency, especially for foreign artists.
It publishes Dark City, a popular Russian magazine on metal and extreme music.
It licenses, manufactures and sells merchandise related to bands and artists it supports.
However, I always have wondered in the IronD version has the same booklet or it is book less instead. Can someone tell me, please?