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The album contains four color photographs with each of the band members and a collage poster of photos on one side and the lyrics of the songs on the other.
The rimtext encompasses absolutely everything around the tags and roughly around the 5 o'clock point at the redaction point is: "Unauthorized Copying, Hiring, Renting, Public Performance and Broadcasting of this Record Prohibited.".
There are two versions that correspond to this eighth edition of the "The Beatles" album, known as "White Album", published between 1984-1991 which contains variants or differences. Some other details that show differences in both versions of this same edition, is for example the type of font printed on the label, which are completely different.
In this version the numbers that represent the speed are placed differently than the other version. Another difference is that in this version the first song on side 1, with the name of "Back in the U.S.S.R." Each letter of the USSR acronym is not separated by a period in each letter, while in the other version it is written U.S.S.R. The same in "An EMI Recording", the initials in "EMI", in this version are not separated by dots and in the other version, yes. The same thing happens in "UK" in "Mfd. In the UK", this version does not separate UK by dots. In this version, neither of the NCB acronyms has a period at the end, while the other version does. In this version, none of the song names on side 4 have an endpoint, while in the other version it is on the only label that the name of each song ends with a period.