All my old cassettes tapes (some from late 80s and some from early 90s) have got different tracklist to the British or USAish originals 'till Sgt. Pepper's onwards (but in Abbey Road there's another surprise!). However, I dunno why ... (and curiously the first track is most of the times the original second one.)
The first tracks are the following:
Please Please Me: Misery (2nd one)
With The Guys: All My Loving (2nd one)
A Hard Day's Night (my first album): I Should Have Known Better (so this must be my first song: a prophecy?
) (2nd one)
Guys For Sale: No Reply (the same but I'm A Loser -2nd one- here opens the B-side)
Help!: I Need You (4th one)
Rubber Soul: Norwegian Wood (2nd one)
Revolver: Good Day Sunshine (8th one or original B-side open track)
Sgt. Pepper's, Magical Mystery Tour (LP), The Guys (aka White Album), Yellow Submarine and Let It Be have the international
tracklist that all of you know, but ...
...Abbey Road open track is Here Comes The Sun instead of Come Together (B-side open track) being the rest of the album the same all of you've already got, so after George's Here Comes the Sun comes George's Something (those 6 minutes are a favourite part of mine).
I'd like to say that I like them in that way ... amazing tracklists in some cases!
Thanks for your time.