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  • Completely Different Title: In Canada, the album was released as Beatlemania! With the Beatles.
  • Creator Backlash: In later interviews John Lennon made clear that he didn't think much of "I Wanna Be Your Man".
    "It was a throwaway. The only two versions of the song were Ringo and The Rolling Stones. That shows how much importance we put on it. We weren't going to give them anything great, right?"
  • Hitless Hit Album: Thanks to the usual Parlophone policy of releasing singles separate from albums (in this case "I Want to Hold Your Hand"/"This Boy" was released alongside it).
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  • Old Shame: In his autobiography I Me Mine George Harrison is dismissive of "Don't Bother Me", saying that "I don't think it's a particularly good song," and that he wrote it simply to see if he could write a song. The band never performed it live or at any of their BBC sessions, but oddly the studio version was featured prominently in A Hard Day's Night.

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