Paul McCartney • For Promotional Use Only

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2018


Come On To Me

By Paul McCartney • CD Single


I Don't Know

By Paul McCartney • CD Single



2014


Hope

By Paul McCartney • CD Single


2013


Queenie Eye

By Paul McCartney • CD Single


2012



My Valentine

By Paul McCartney • 7" Single



2008




2007



2005



Jenny Wren

By Paul McCartney • 7" Single






2003



1999



1997


Celebration

By Paul McCartney • CD Single


Celebration

By Paul McCartney • CD Single






1993


All Time Favourites

By Paul McCartney • Official album


1989



Party Party

By Paul McCartney • 12" Single


1987



1986


Press

By Paul McCartney • 12" Single


1984




1982



1981




1980


Coming Up

By Paul McCartney • 12" Single


Coming Up

By Paul McCartney • 7" Single


Waterfalls

By Paul McCartney • 7" Single


1979


Arrow Through Me

By Wings • 7" Single


Goodnight Tonight

By Wings • 7" Single


Goodnight Tonight

By Wings • Official album


1977



1976


Maybe I'm Amazed

By Wings • 12" Single


1971




About

From Wikipedia:

A promotional recording, or promo, or plug copy, is an audio or video recording distributed free, usually in order to promote a recording that is or soon will be commercially available. Promos are normally sent directly to broadcasters, such as music radio and television stations, and to tastemakers, such as DJs and music journalists, in advance of the release of commercial editions, in the hope that airplay, reviews, and other forms of exposure will result and stimulate the public’s interest in the commercial release.

Promos are often distributed in plain packaging, without the text or artwork that appears on the commercial version. Typically a promo is marked with some variation of the following text: “Licensed for promotional use only. Sale is prohibited.” It may also state that the promo is still the property of the distributor and is to be “returned upon demand.” However, it is not illegal to sell promotional recordings, and recalls of promos are extremely rare and unenforced.

Because promos are produced in smaller quantity than releases made available to the general public, they are sometimes considered valuable collectors’ items. They are never intended for sale in record stores.