Thanks for that link. We're talking a couple generations of UK 70s, 80s and 90s listeners who grew up religiously listening to those gold-j-card cassette albums - Rubber Soul, Revolver, Abbey Road, Let It Be, Help!, For Sale, Please Please Me, White Album, AHDN, With... - their conceptual minds warped by those 'eccentric' song sequences sanctioned by Apple/EMI. What blasphemy. Poor souls didn't stand a chance versus market forces. How did EMI get away with it? That's the big question. Thank the lawd Pepper came away unscathed (un-resequenced); that is the only saving grace to emerge from this whole historic equation of shameful reshuffling. Some of those gold label j-card cassette sequences even washed up on US shores in the form of tannish-gold issues, courtesy of Apple/EMI.