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  10. OP/AP-4198, EAS-30010
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  • #10-1 Odeon Toshiba Onko G ¥500 type-1 (promo)
  • #10-2 Odeon Toshiba Onko G ¥500 type-1 (Red)
  • #10-3 Odeon Toshiba Onko G ¥500 type-1



  • Notice* Click the label of each EP, so you can see the large picture image.

    #10-1 Paperback Writer (Promotional Record: OP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney)  *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    Promotional record (First Press: 5th December.1965)
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 10 10 10 10
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    6-1 6-1 6-1 Odeon logo mark  was printed at the top of the label.
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN" was printed at the perimeter.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    6-1 6-1
    The text  "Sample under Article 10, Clause 2 of the Commodity Tax Law" was printed in the circle at the left corner of the label.
    The release date is in black and appears above and the left of the title. (release on 5th. December)
    The print in black has an unusual "hand lettered" look to it quite unlike the regular commercial version.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER OP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    ODEON White Label
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  1
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  1
    PRESS MARK None
    VINYL COLOR RED
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-1 (Round type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE G-500YEN
    COMMENTS
    Japanese 10th E.P.
    Promotional record.
    In Japan, promotional records have traditionally been provided at no charge to radio stations, record shops, and the mass media to increase the sales of a record or in some cases to promote a tour.
    There are two main types of promotional releases. The first type is called "White label promo" for which a unique label has been made. Sometimes unique cover art accompanies a white label promo release but most usually, the regular cover is used with appropriate alternations to prohibit commercial sale.
    The second type of promo record is less elabolate and is called a "Sticker promo". It is simply a regular commercial release that has had a promo sticker affixed to the cover and usually the obi, if any. This type of promo is occasionally found on post-1975 releases.

    The label design of Odeon White label promo EPs is very similar to that of regular commercial Odeon EPs. The promo version, however, features the perimeter print, Odeon logo, and circled text in red and all other printing is black.
    The print in black has an unusual "hand lettered" look to it quite unlike the regular commercial version. The release date is in black and appears above and the left of the title.
    Note the two Japanese characters at the left hand corner and compare them to those previously shown on the stickers. Approximate translation of the text is: "Sample under Article 10, Clause 2 of the Commodity Tax Law".
    This appears to be a tax exemption notice.

    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.



    #10-2 Paperback Writer (1st. Press "G ¥500 Type-1 / Red Vinyl": OP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney)  *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    5th December.1965 / First Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 10 10 10 7
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    10 10 10 6-1 10
    "Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover. "G-¥500" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    6-1 The ridge (single line) is approximately 15mm from the center hole.
    The word "STEREO" was printed at the center of the label.
    6-1 6-1
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN" was printed at the perimeter. Odeon logo mark  was printed at the top of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER OP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Odeon type1a
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A   13
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B   14
    PRESS MARK 6M
    VINYL COLOR RED
    DISK EDGE Flat Edge
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-1 (Round type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE G-500YEN
    COMMENTS
    Japanese 10th E.P.
    Odeon label has "Odeon 33 Compact" across the top and "STEREO" across the middle of the label, and  all Odeon Compact 33's were issued in stereo (or simulated stereo).
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.



    #10-3 Paperback Writer (1st. Press "G ¥500 Type-1 / Black Vinyl": OP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney)  *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    5th December.1965 / First Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 10 10 10 10
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    10 10 10 6-1 10
    "Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover. "G-¥500" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    6-1 The ridge (double line) is approximately 10mm from the center hole.
    The word "STEREO" was printed at the center of the label.
    6-1 6-1
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN" was printed at the perimeter. Odeon logo mark  was printed at the top of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER OP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Odeon type1b
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  6
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  4
    PRESS MARK 6KY
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-1 (Round type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. IN JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE G-500YEN
    COMMENTS
    Japanese 10th E.P.
    Odeon label has "Odeon 33 Compact" across the top and "STEREO" across the middle of the label, and  all Odeon Compact 33's were issued in stereo (or simulated stereo).
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.



    #10-4 Paperback Writer (2nd. Press "G ¥500 Type-2": OP-4198)
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    #10-5 Paperback Writer (3rd. Press "H ¥600": OP-4198)
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    #10-6 Paperback Writer (4th. Press "H ¥600 / Dark Green Apple / Red Vinyl": AP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney) *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    April 1970? / 4th. Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 6-1 10 10 10
    LYRIC SHEET (Slip Sheet Type) FRONT COVER CLOSE UP
    FRONT -->Click! BACK -->Click!
    10 10 10 10 "Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the Apple logo.
    BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    6-1 Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    10 "H-¥600" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    Liner Notes: Kiyokuni Hirakawa.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    10 The phrase "Apple Records - All Rights of the Manufacturer and of the Owner of the Recorded work Reserved." was printed at the perimeter.
    10 Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the right part of the label.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    10 The ridge (single line) is approximately 14mm from the center hole.
    The word "33 STEREO COMPACT" was printed above the center hole.
    10
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. JAPAN" was printed at the bottom of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER AP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Light Green Apple type2-1a (Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the label)
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  14
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  16
    PRESS MARK 9L -> 0D
    VINYL COLOR RED
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-2 (Straight type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES
    LTD. JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE H-600YEN
    COMMENTS
    Reissue of #10-5.
    Dark green apple label.
    In 1969, Toshiba had to reissue on the Apple label all the records previously issued on the Odeon label. And in the Apple label, there are two subtypes, TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES and TOSHIBA EMI. Further more, the early copies of the APPLE-TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES type have dark Apple on its label, though the late copies have light one.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.



    #10-7 Paperback Writer (5th. Press "H ¥600 / Light Green Apple": AP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney) *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    July 1971?/5th. Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 6-1 10 10 10
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    Sorry, I don't have it.
    10 10 6-1 10
    "Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover. "H-¥600" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    10 The ridge (single line) is approximately 14mm from the center hole.
    The word "33 STEREO COMPACT" was printed above the center hole.
    6-1 10
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. JAPAN" was printed at the bottom of the label. Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the right part of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER AP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Light Green Apple type2-1a (Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the label)
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  16
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  17
    PRESS MARK 1G -> 1J -> 2A -> 2D
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-2 (Straight type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES
    LTD. JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE H-600YEN
    COMMENTS
    Reissue of #10-6.
    Light green apple label.
    In 1969, Toshiba had to reissue on the Apple label all the records previously issued on the Odeon label. And in the Apple label, there are two subtypes, TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES and TOSHIBA EMI. Further more, the early copies of the APPLE-TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES type have dark Apple on its label, though the late copies have light one.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.



    #10-8 Paperback Writer (5th. Press "H ¥600 / Light Green Apple / Red Vinyl": AP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney) *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    September 1971?/5th. Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 6-1 10 10 9
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    10 10 10 6-1 10
    "Toshiba Ongaku Kogyo kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover. "H-¥600" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    10 The ridge (single line) is approximately 14mm from the center hole.
    The word "33 STEREO COMPACT" was printed above the center hole.
    6-1 10
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. JAPAN" was printed at the bottom of the label. Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the right part of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER AP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Light Green Apple type2-1a (Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the label)
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  19
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  17
    PRESS MARK 1G -> 1J
    VINYL COLOR RED
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-2 (Straight type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba ongaku kogyo kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES
    LTD. JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE H-600YEN
    COMMENTS
    Reissue of #10-6.
    Light green apple label.
    In 1969, Toshiba had to reissue on the Apple label all the records previously issued on the Odeon label. And in the Apple label, there are two subtypes, TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES and TOSHIBA EMI. Further more, the early copies of the APPLE-TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES type have dark Apple on its label, though the late copies have light one.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.



    #10-9 Paperback Writer (6th. Press "H ¥700 / Light Green Apple": AP-4198)
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    #10-10 Paperback Writer (7th. Press "H ¥700 / Toshiba-EMI": AP-4198)
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    #10-11 Paperback Writer (8th. Press "I ¥700 / Toshiba-EMI": AP-4198)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney) *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    1976?/8th. Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    10 6-1 10 10 9
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    10 10 10 6-1 10
    "Toshiba EMI kabushikigaisha" was printed at the bottom of the back cover. "I-¥700" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    10 The ridge (single line) is approximately 14mm from the center hole.
    The word "33 STEREO COMPACT" was printed above the center hole.
    6-1 10
    The words "MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. JAPAN" was printed at the bottom of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER AP-4198
    RECORD LABEL
    Light Green Apple type2-1a (Without "EXTENDED PLAY" at the label)
    MIX STEREO -except "Paperbsck Writer"-simulated stereo
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A  19
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B  20
    PRESS MARK 6 5 4 - 52  Y 5
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-2 (Straight type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba EMI kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD. BY TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES
    LTD. JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE I-700YEN
    COMMENTS
    Reissue of #10-10.
    Light green apple label.
    In 1969, Toshiba had to reissue on the Apple label all the records previously issued on the Odeon label. And in the Apple label, there are two subtypes, TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES and TOSHIBA EMI. Further more, the early copies of the APPLE-TOSHIBA MUSICAL INDUSTRIES type have dark Apple on its label, though the late copies have light one.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.
    This E.P. was manufactured two ways: both Black and Red vinyl.



    #10-12 Paperback Writer (9th. Press: EAS-30010)
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    TITLE
    Japanese EP #10
    TRACK LISTING
    SIDE 1
    Paperback Writer (Lennon-McCartney) *smulated stereo
    Norwegian Wood (Lennon-McCartney)
    SIDE 2
    We Can Work It Out (Lennon-McCartney)
    Drive My Car (Lennon-McCartney)
    RELEASE DATE
    21th December.1980/9th. Press
    FRONT -->Click!
    BACK -->Click!
    SIDE 1 -->Click!
    SIDE 2 -->Click! DISK -->Click!
    6-1 7 8-3 8-3 8-3
    LYRIC SHEET
    (Slip Sheet Type)
    FRONT COVER CLOSE UP BACK COVER CLOSE UP
    7 7-1 7-1 6-1
    The words "Toshiba EMI kabushikigaisha" and "I ¥900" were printed at the bottom of the back cover. Information of "Nagaoka Record Needle" was printed at the bottom of the back cover.
    LABEL CLOSE UP
    6-1 The words "AN EMI TRADE MARK" were printed at the bottom of th EMI/Odeon logo mark. 6-1 6-1
    The words "MFD UNDER LICENCE BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD IN JAPAN" was printed at the perimeter. "JASRAC" logo mark is printed under the catalog number of the label.
    OTHER ITEM
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    CATALOG NUMBER EAS-30010
    RECORD LABEL
    EMI/Odeon type 2
    MIX STEREO
    MATRIX No. Side1 OP - 4198 - A   2S
    Side2 OP - 4198 - B   3S
    PRESS MARK 1 0 - Z 1
    VINYL COLOR BLACK
    LYRIC SHEET Slip sheet type
    SLEEVE TYPE Wrap-around cover Type-2 (Straight type)
    RECORD COMPANY'S NAME Sleeve Toshiba EMI kabusikigaisha
    Label MFD UNDER LICENCE BY TOSHIBA-EMI LTD IN JAPAN
    SYMBOL/PRICE I-900YEN
    COMMENTS
    Reissue of #10-11.
    The 3rd. label change was the expiration of Toshiba's contract with Apple, resulting in the discontinuance of  the Apple label.
    Toshiba had already begun use of the new EMI/Odeon label as early as 1976 on certain new releases not covered under the Apple label. By the early 1980's, the EMI/Odeon label had completely supplanted the Apple label on all Beatles releases. When the record label change, the EMI/Odeon logo also replaced the Apple logo on the front sleeves of all records.
    Toshiba EMI made duophonic mixes for the nine songs that had no stereo masters at the time the EPs were compiled.
    "I Want To Hold Your Hand", "She Loves You", "Long Tall Sally", Match Box", "Slow Down", "Sie Liebt Dich", "Paperback Writer", "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane"  are effective simulated stereo mixes.



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