1982 20th Beatles anniversary Reissue with EMI cream labelsGatefold sleeve.
Track A7 titled as "Kansas City" (Lieber & Stoller)Issued in single sleeve jacket with lyrics printed on back of album.
Jacket assembled from two separate paper sleeves protected by a thin poly cover sealed in place on inner and outer sides of jacket.This release has the "white-gold-red" label design.
First label variant with small side indicator on center labels ("Seite 1/Seite 2").Black & yellow Parlophone label with sans-serif typesetting, perimeter rim copyright text beginning, 'THE PARLOPHONE CO LTD...', and the text 'RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1964' above the side indicator numeral.
There are 3 variations involving the presence or lack of periods after the NCB credit following two of the songs.
This release omits the period after NCB in the publishing credits for B5 'I Don't Want To Spoil The Party'. A similar release here omits the period after NCB in the publishing credit for B6 'What You're Doing', whilst two other similar releases here and here have the periods after NCB in the publishing credit for B5 'I Don't Want To Spoil The Party' and B6 'What You're Doing'.
On this version the text 'SOLD IN U.K. SUBJECT TO...' across the middle ends above the '4' of 'PMC 1240' on side 1, and above the '0' of 'PMC 1240' on side 2. There is also a version where the opposite is true - Beatles For Sale. And another very similar version exists with this text positioned slightly further to the left on side 2
E.M.I. Records Limited (Controlled by Electric & Musical Industries Limited). Made and Printed in Great Britain.
Publishing info: A1 to A3, A5, B1, B4 to B6 - Northern Songs Mus. NCB. A4 - Jewel Mus. BIEM. A6 - Chappell. Mecolico. NCB. A7 - Macmelodies. Mecolico. BIEM. NCB. World Music B2 - Southern Mus. NCB. B3 - Aberbach (Ldn.) Ltd. BIEM. B7 - Knox Music. BIEMGatefold sleeve.No running time indicated on tracksInside gatefold sleeve: Recording first published 1964. CHAPPEL-H on A-side label only.Same as Argentina 8113 apart from cat #.Issued in a trifold cardboard sleeve packaging and including a 20-page documentary booklet