I thought I had read that some tours (2003 / 2004) they did get them pressed on the same day? but I can’t remember now where I read this so ignore that thought until I find the reference for that quote again.
I’ll take your “I was there” knowledge as more accurate.
With these Peter Gabriel releases it gets easier to set “UK” to them all as they are all coming from the same source of the website.
One thing to watch out for on some popular releases is when multiple re-pressings start to happen, and then different distribution deals occur in different countries. This then appears as small differences in the copyright details on the rear covers. I had a funny example that I bought new in the UK from UK Amazon and unexpectedly received an Argentine issue. I guess due to Amazon and its Worldwide warehouses ( https://musicbrainz.org/release/0f9da849-2a36-4011-8cb4-b02a2c2cd0a2 )
This has a rear cover ( https://ia801007.us.archive.org/16/items/mbid-0f9da849-2a36-4011-8cb4-b02a2c2cd0a2/mbid-0f9da849-2a36-4011-8cb4-b02a2c2cd0a2-23300724671.jpg ) with Argentine Manufacture and Distrbutor, but a UK BBFC logo to make the DVD legal for sale in the UK. (Even though the DVD is then on a US standard NTSC DVD)
Your Peter Gabriel disks are simple compared with madness like that