Getting the soundtrack to The Monkees' feature film Head on record shelves in November 1968 proved challenging for the printing presses at RCA Records. Andrew Sandoval wrote the following in his book, The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the 60s TV Pop Sensation, when speaking of the soundtrack's LP jacket:
"Since these feature a slick of silver mylar, which acts as a mirror for the purchaser to see their own head, the covers are slightly heavier than the normal RCA efforts and many get jammed in the presses until the proper adjustments are made at the factory."
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