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In 1964, the Capitol Records, U.S. home to the Beatles, released four compilations – ‘Meet The Beatles’, ‘Beatles Second Album’, ‘Something New’ & ‘Beatles ’65.’ Each set sold over one million copies & still remains popular among the Beatlemania. The sets became out of print in 1987, but 17 years have passed & they are now available again in a deluxe four-disc box set. ‘Beatles Capitol Albums Volume 1’, due Nov. 16, will collect the four albums with a 48-page special booklet. All the tracks have been digitally mastered using 24-bit technology & available in both stereo & mono versions. Twelve of the forty five tracks were not available in the U.K. original edition. EMI. 2004.