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There was a bootleg release of the Some Girls deluxe bonus material.
So I tried going this route you mentioned about getting a one off pressed. Not one place replied back to me.
2011 Vinyl (1LP) bootleg: "Some Girls The Outtakes" (0602527147246-2) - [www.dbboots.com] , [www.Discogs.com] , [www.Popsike.com] .
You could also make your own vinyl: take the HiRes-files from [www.Qobuz.com] , [www.HDtracks.com] or [www.HighResAudio.com] and then look for a company with the keywords 'Vinyl dubplate'.
They can cut a Vinyl one-off. It's not that expensive. Here's an example - [www.AnalogcutMastering.com] .
And with the Some Girls 500-piece puzzle you could create your own unique cover - [www.Amazon.com] .
But there was no official 2LP released in 2011. Maybe Universal Music will re-release 'Some Girls Deluxe' some day on Vinyl too as they did with 'Forty Licks'.
PS: If you don't like digital and still think that Vinyl-LPs would be cut from analogue sources, then read the review about the 2016 RS-Mono-Box: [TheAudiophileMan.com] , the report about the 2018 RS HalfSpeed Vinyl: [www.AbbeyRoad.com] and see also the MoFi (MFSL) digital Vinyl debacle - [www.Audioholics.com] .
PPS: In 1982, the German record label TELDEC (Telefunken-Decca) introduced the Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) technology, where the lathe cuts directly into a copper layer. The same DMM-cut is available from the small German label [Stockfisch-Records.de] with their DMM-Dubplate - [Stockfisch-Records.de] . But their DMM-Dubplate is single-sided, pre-recorded, sensitive (copper oxidation) and with € 678.00 very expensive. But technically it's feasible and if money plays no role, it's interesting to see that a unique piece could be made.