|Beginning in 1965, Parlophone began
to press and distribute to other countries copies of LP's that
were not available in that form in England. These included
Parlophone pressings of several US Capitol albums, a Parlophone
issue of The Beatles (for certain countries that had not yet
accepted the Apple label), and a Parlophone-covered issue of Let
The series prefix "CPCS" was used for US-based albums, with the leading "C" standing for "Capitol." For the other export LP's, a leading "P" for "Parlophone" was used, along with the usual British catalog number.
Labels for the export series resembled their UK counterparts, except for the "Sold in UK" print, which naturally did not appear on albums pressed for export.
|Something New||The Beatles' Second Album||Beatles VI||Hey Jude !|
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