LOS ANGELES (AP) — What would the “Beach Boys Party!” album sound like without the party? Capitol Records is re-issuing the album with the party overdubs removed. The Beach Boys recorded the album in 1965 by just jamming unplugged on their favorite songs, including the breakout hit, “Barbara Ann.” They returned to the studio with families and friends to record party noises and chatter to mix over the songs. The 50th anniversary reissue will remove the party overdubs and adds 69 dialogue tracks and more songs, including “Satisfaction,” ”You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'” and “Ticket To Ride.” ”Beach Boys Party! Uncovered and Unplugged,” comes out November 20.