It was released by Albert Productions on the Parlophone label in Australia on 23 September 1965. The front cover's artwork features a photograph by Australian photographer Ian Morgan of the group miming on the Seven Network music television series Sing, Sing, Sing. It was only released in mono; no stereo mix was made. It was reissued by Albert Productions (this time on their own label) in the 1980s on LP and compact disc. Originally released in Australia only, it would not be available internationally until the 1990s when reissue label Repertoire Records later released the album in 1992 with eight bonus tracks. These included b-sides, their debut single "For My Woman"/"Say That You're Mine", outtakes, alternate mixes from the Good Friday album and a live recording of "She's So Fine" from 1966.