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Bad Boy - The Beatles - Beatles VI (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Maugrel
    Beatles VI Capitol (S)T - June 14, Capitol C - July 28, Side 1 Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey Eight Days A Week You Like Me Too Much Bad Boy I Don't Want To Spoil The Party Words Of Love. Side 2 What You're Doing Yes It Is Dizzy Miss Lizzy Tell Me What You See Every Little Thing. Help! Parlophone PMC ; PCS - August.
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  2. Dataxe
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Beatles VI on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Vocal/5(3).
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  3. Nikasa
    VERY RARE UK BEATLES VI ALBUM MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR EXPORT! IN GREAT CONDITION! EXTREMELY RARE MID s UK MADE BEATLES VI STEREO ALBUM THAT WAS MADE FOR EXPORT ONLY AND NOT ISSUED FOR SALE I.
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  4. Bazahn
    It was the ninth album released into that market in less than one and a half years (Vee-Jay Records and United Artists Records also released one album each during that period). The LP was released in both mono and stereo versions. Beatles VI reached number one in .
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  5. Grojas
    The sole new track, a cover of Larry Williams' "Bad Boy," had not yet appeared on a Beatles LP in the UK, but had already been released in the United States on the Capitol album Beatles VI. The album only reached number 7 in the UK album chart, perhaps because most fans already owned most of the tracks on other releases. However, the album.
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  6. Fek
    jun - The Beatles - Présentation Les Beatles (Vinyl, LP, Album) à Discogs. jun - The Beatles - Présentation Les Beatles (Vinyl, LP, Album) à Discogs Music Aesthetic Aesthetic Vintage Aesthetic Photo Aesthetic Pictures Grunge Style No Bad Days My Vibe Gorillaz Looks Cool. The Beatles - Beatles VI Is Here.
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  7. Samurr
    It was the group's sixth LP released by the label, not counting The Beatles' Story documentary. Vee-Jay and United Artists Records had each released an album too, meaning that Beatles VI was the group's ninth album to be released stateside. As with all their releases up to , The Beatles had little say in the contents of the album.
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  8. Voodootilar
    Aug 24,  · One of the weakest albums in the Beatles' catalog. This release has no english counterpart; it is your typical american Capitol Beatles' lp -- eleven songs patched together from other british albums. The highlights are "What You're Doing" and "Every Little Thing 4/5().
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