"Capitol Editions" which were made originally by the Capitol Records in
the U.S.A. EMI produced the albums
in response to a demand from foreign
countries and put the new record number prefix "CPCS", adding "C" for
Capitol to the domestic stereo number prefix "CPS".
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U.K. albums with different labels from the U.K. domestic releases,
perhaps the U.K. domestic labels were forbidden in some countries due
to a record contract. For example, the Parlophone label was used
instead of the Apple label on exporting "The Beatles", "Abbey Road" or
"Let It Be" to those countries.
The prefix was "P-PCS", "P" maybe for
has released four albums of The Beatles on the colored vinyl in 1978.
These editions are produced for export to the USA only. This is a
limited and rare editions.
There are only four albums: "Magical Mystery Tour", "The Beatles"
(White Album), "Abbey Road" and "Let It Be".