It was released on The Beatles Rarities album (1980)...
1."Love Me Do"
Mono, original UK single on Parlophone 45-R4949 with Ringo Starr on drums and no tambourine; now available on Past Masters
Stereo, previously issued on Vee-Jay LP Introducing... The Beatles
3."There's a Place"
Stereo, previously issued on Vee Jay LP Introducing... The Beatles
4."Sie Liebt Dich"
Stereo, previously released only as a mono single in the US on Swan Records; now available on Past Masters
5."And I Love Her"
Stereo, alternate version with six-bar ending; originally issued in Germany
Mono, with different vocals than the stereo LP
7."I'm Only Sleeping"
Stereo, final UK Revolver mix (an early mix was released in the US)
8."I Am the Walrus"
Stereo, new mix compiled from US single and UK album mixes: six-bar intro and extra beats before the "Yellow matter custard" verse; not available on CD
Stereo, new version compiled from the German true stereo version with the US promotional mono version's extra piccolo trumpet solo added onto the ending
Mono, ends at first fadeout without Ringo Starr's "blisters" outburst (first pressings of the album erroneously attribute the statement to John Lennon)
3."Don't Pass Me By" (Starkey)
Mono, sped-up version with different violin in places
4."The Inner Light" (Harrison)
Mono, previously released as the B-side of "Lady Madonna"; now available on Past Masters
5."Across the Universe"
Stereo, original version from No One's Gonna Change Our World, a British compilation album made for the World Wildlife Fund; now available on Past Masters
6."You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)"
Mono, previously released as the B-side of "Let It Be"; now available on Past Masters
7."Sgt. Pepper Inner Groove"
Stereo, a piece that ended the original British release of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band but was not included on the American version of the album. It consists of a few seconds of 15 kilohertz tone (similar to a dog whistle) followed by two seconds of laughter and noise on the runout groove. The tone is not included on this album but the laughter and noise are featured just before the actual runout groove. It has since been restored, including the high-pitch tone, for all worldwide CD versions of Sgt. Pepper.