The sampler will feature two tracks from each of the albums in the set except "The Beatles Story,” which will be represented by one track.
The 25 tracks in the sampler:
- “I Want To Hold Your Hand” (stereo) and “All My Loving” (mono) from “Meet the Beatles”;
- “Money (That's What I Want”) and “She Loves You” (both mono) from “The Beatles Second Album”;
- “If I Fell (stereo) and “”And I Love Her” (mono) from “A Hard Day's Night”;
- “Matchbox” (stereo) and “Any Time At All” (mono) from “Something New”;
- “A Hard Day's Night – Their First Movie (stereo, spoken word) from “The Beatles Story”;
- “I'll Be Back” (mono) and “Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby” (stereo) from “Beatles '65”;
- “P.S. I Love You” (mono) and “Please Please Me” (stereo) from “The Early Beatles”;
- “Tell Me What You See” (stereo) and “Every Little Thing” (mono) from “Beatles VI”;
- “Help!” (stereo) and “I Need You” (mono) from “Help!”;
- “In My Life” (stereo) and “You Won't See Me” (mono) from “Rubber Soul”;
- “Drive My Car” (stereo) and “What Goes On” (mono) from “Yesterday and Today”;
- “I Want To Tell You” (stereo) and “Here There and Everywhere” (mono) from “Revolver”
- “Rain” (stereo) and “Hey Jude” (stereo) from the “Hey Jude” album.
As we've reported, the 13-disc set will be released Jan. 21 in the U.S. and Jan. 20 elsewhere. Indications are that the earlier Capitol Albums box sets will be taken out of print. One retailer has already marked down the Japanese version of the first set to $10.99.
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