The Japan Box

The Japan Box
Box set by The Beatles
Released 25 June 2014 (2014-06-25)
Recorded 1962–1965 EMI Studios, London and Pathé Marconi Studio, Paris
Genre Rock, pop
Length 165:00
Label Apple
UMe
Producer George Martin
The Beatles chronology
The U.S. Albums
(2014)
The Japan Box
(2014)

The Japan Box is a boxed set compilation of the five albums released by the Beatles for the Japanese Market between 1964 and 1965, originally released in Japan by Odeon Records. The albums consist of Meet The Beatles, The Beatles' Second Album, A Hard Day's Night, Help!, and The Beatles No. 5. The box set also includes a 100 page book.

Disc and track listing

With the exception of A Hard Day's Night and Help!, which are in stereo, all albums are in mono.

Meet The Beatles
The Beatles' Second Album
A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles No. 5
Help!

External links

  • Official Website (Japan)
  • Official Website (UK)
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