The disc & sleeve are actually the same as was released in England back on April 17. This is an import of that release (i.e. not pressed here in the States by Capitol). You'll recall those discs were limited to 1,000 as released in England, so here's another chance for collectors to get a hold of a copy.
The record features a black-and-white Parlophone die-cut sleeve with dark blue label backdrops. (Editor's note: See slideshow for pictures of both sides.) The A-side label lists both songs; the B-side label features art that matches that on the back of the sleeve - letters spelling out "Parlophone."
For those who keep track, the disc is Parlophone R-6813/EMI 50999-6-41639-7-0.
The disc itself features stereo mixes of the two songs. It's important to note - this is the first vinyl release taken from the new masters, and they sound fantastic. The stereo spread sounds as if the mastering engineer pulled in the left and right a hair (i.e. so that the hard-left and hard-right panning of some channels isn't quite as far left or right). And, of course, being mastered at Abbey Road, my needle didn't jump out of the groove on "Paperback Writer."
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