Except for the 'Got Live If You Want It!' remake from 1981, Brazilian EPs offer exclusive tracklistings.
The first three have typical Brazilian covers - front and back wrapped into plastic. Because back covers were generic and independent from the front, some back cover variations are expectable there. Also the first two EPs - initially issued on plain blue labels with the London 'FFRR' logo - were reissued with new 'blue star' labels in the 60's.
The 'Satisfaction' EP [7LD-7026] - whom PS was inspired by the cover of the LP 'Out Of Our Heads' - contains 'Route 66' which was previously issued as a single in 'picture cover'.
'Get Off Of My Cloud' [7LD-7028] in 1966 compiles the last two US singles A-sides with two tracks from 'Aftermath' - as its cover shows.
By 1967, the 'blue & white star' labels change occurs and the 'Let's Spend The Night Together' EP [7LD-7033] first comes out with the famous Gered Mankowitz's shot of 'Between The Buttons'. It will be later retitled 'Lady Jane' with a complete new cover [same than the compilation LP 'Flowers'] and labels, the tracklisting in different sequence with 'Lady Jane' on A-side.
'Jumpin' Jack Flash' [7LD-7037] cover is no surprise and contains both sides of the two last US singles.
Eventually, the last two EPs were a 'Brazilian Best Of' compilation entitled '4 Sucessos' [16001 - including 'Satisfaction', the 'Get Off Of My Cloud' single and 'Lady Jane'], and 'Got Live If You Want It!'  , issued with new label types in 1981.
The 2 main types of London labels can hardly be confounded.
The first 'blue 33 Compacto' type was issued twice though, the difference mainly residing into the number of lines (2 or 4) below the FFRR ear logo.
Please see the singles section for the 'Street Fighting Man' EP from 1971.