The Beatles ‎– A Hard Day's Night

Parlophone ‎– PCS 3058, Parlophone ‎– 0094638241317
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 gr


A1 A Hard Day's Night
A2 I Should Have Known Better
A3 If I Fell
A4 I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
A5 And I Love Her
A6 Tell Me Why
A7 Can't Buy Me Love
B1 Any Time At All
B2 I'll Cry Instead
B3 Things We Said Today
B4 When I Get Home
B5 You Can't Do That
B6 I'll Be Back

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This release is the 10th of the italian collection "The Beatles Vinyl Collection", published by De Agostini.
It contains an 8-page booklet.
Edizione non in vendita separatamente dalla pubblicazione quattordicinale edita da De Agostini Publishing Italia S.p.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SDRM / BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 0299
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AHDN A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AHDN A MPO

Other Versions (5 of 465) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMC 1230 The Beatles A Hard Day's Night(LP, Album, Mono, Ern) Parlophone PMC 1230 UK 1964 Sell This Version
MOFB 299 The Beatles Os Reis Do Ié, Ié, Ié!(LP, Album, Mono, San) Odeon MOFB 299 Brazil 1972 Sell This Version
EAS-70132 The Beatles A Hard Day's Night(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Red) Odeon EAS-70132 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
none The Beatles A Hard Day's Night(CD, Album, Enh, RM) Apple Records, Parlophone none Italy 2012 Sell This Version
CDP 7 46437 2 The Beatles A Hard Day's Night(CD, Album, Mono, M/Print, RE) Parlophone CDP 7 46437 2 UK & Europe 1987 Sell This Version


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July 5, 2017
This cut pressed at MPO with the AHDN matrix is missing the very beginning opening chord. It does not jump, and also retains the same horrible top end cut that the 2009 CD remaster had at the very beginning of the track. Poor.


June 1, 2017
Hi, my copy of "a hard day's night" from this De Agostini collection, bought in Italy, has the very beginning (the attack) of the first guitar chord on the title track which is missing... like if who made the lacquer cut started the source a fraction of a second after the true beginning, infact there aren't any clicks/pops on my LP but it's just how the lacquer was cut! I suspect that there are thousands copies around (if not directly all of them!) with this very same error... and it's shocking that during the following production steps (father disc, mother disc, stamper disc, vinyl disc) nobody really noticed it at all... so, it was a mix of a cutting error (to begin with) and a complete lack of quality control after that error at the start of the production process. Please, let me know if also your copies of this record have the same problem... but i strongly doubt that they used this acetate+father+mother+stamper to press only my copy, 'cause such kind of error is NOT a pressing error but it's directly a cutting error which occurred in the very first production step.