Incredible BEATLES Remastered Stereo 180gm Vinyl box set back in stock!

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The Beatles In Stereo

Fabulous limited edition 16-LP box set of their original studio records, featuring the 13 studio albums, including Magical Mystery Tour and the double LP of Past Masters.

All Remastered in Stereo and pressed on 180-gram vinyl. Each record is presented in the original UK format and replicates the album artwork, with inserts and inner sleeves.

Housed inside a gloss-finish black box and accompanied by a 252-page large format hard-back book, exclusive to this set. This deluxe edition remains FACTORY SEALED from new, unopened & unplayed!

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  • The Beatles - Can't Buy Me Love - EX - UK - 7" picture disc - £12.00, $15.12, €14.16 (New Item) (arrived 26-May-2022 16:30)
    on May 28, 2022 at 12:06 am

    THE BEATLES Can't Buy Me Love (1985 UK limited edition 20th Anniversary 7" Picture Disc single, also including You Can't Do That, clear PVC sleeve. The disc remains in excellent condition with some light paper hairlines to show play RP5114)

  • The Beatles - Help! - 1st - VG - UK - vinyl LP - £125.00, $157.50, €147.50 (New Item) (arrived 24-May-2022 15:53)
    on May 28, 2022 at 12:06 am

    THE BEATLES Help! (1965 UK first press 14-track stereo vinyl LP, with 'Gramophone Co' & 'Sold In The UK' label credits & Garrod & Lofthouse front laminated flipback picture sleeve with outline 'stereo' logo & 'Patents Pending' text on the bottom flip PCS3071) See 'More Info' for further details...

  • The Beatles - Long Tall Sally EP - 3rd - 4pr - UK - 7" vinyl - £25.00, $31.50, €29.50 (New Item) (arrived 23-May-2022 16:45)
    on May 28, 2022 at 12:06 am

    THE BEATLES Long Tall Sally EP (1969 third issue of the 1964 UK 4-track 7" vinyl EP with intact four prong centre and 'The Gramophone Co' label perimeter text, also including I Call Your Name, Slow Down & Matchbox. The front-laminated flipbackpicture sleeve displays minimal wear, and the vinyl shows only light signs of play, a fantastic example GEP8913)

  • The Beatles - The Capitol Albums Vol. 2 - UK - 4-CD set - £35.00, $44.10, €41.30 (New Item) (arrived 24-May-2022 08:42)
    on May 28, 2022 at 12:06 am

    THE BEATLES The Capitol Albums Vol. 2 (2006 UK Four CD album set comprising both stereo & mono versions of their albums released by Capitol in 1965, including The Early Beatles, Beatles VI, Help and the US version of Rubber Soul, all remastered from the original Capitol tapes using 24-bit digital technology, with each album in a card wallet with the original sleeve designs, along with a fifty six page booklet with comprehensive notes, pictures & memorabilia from the era & quotes from The Beatles; within a 10" x 5" format, which folds to 5" size for ease of racking, with an outer slipcase. Although not sealed, this example is still in its hype-stickered shrinkwrap and near mint content)

  • The Beatles - The Beatles In Mono - Sealed - UK - cd album box set - £249.99, $314.99, €294.99 (New Item) (arrived 24-May-2022 09:13)
    on May 28, 2022 at 12:06 am

    THE BEATLES The Beatles In Mono (Sealed 2009 UK limited edition 13-CD album set. The 1960's represented a time of great advances in music recording & reproduction. During the period that The Beatles were recording [1962-1969] the primary format wasMono - the installed base of mono players was massive with stereo the preserve of hi-fi fanatics & some easy listening and classical purists. In fact, Mono was so important that the Beatles themselves [once they had started to take aninterestin the physical production of their music] attended only the Mono mastering sessions. The stereo mastering was often done separately & sometimes quite a bit later without their involvement. So for many, the Mono masters are considered to be the pinnacle of audio reproduction of The Beatles - this is how they were meant to sound at the time given the importance of the single channel medium. From 'Please Please Me' to 'The White Album', all the original mixes are represented here in full, glorious mono! 'Past Masters' has been recreated as Mono masters to reflect this period, duplicating the 'Past Masters' tracklisting with the exception of tracks that only ever appeared in stereo. As an added bonus, five tracks [never previously released in mono] are included. These are 'Only A Northern Song', 'All Together Now', 'Hey Bulldog' & 'It's All Too Much' [from the 'Yellow Submarine' project] plus 'Across The Universe'. These were originally scheduled for release on a 1969 EP. There is a fantastic essay in the Mono Masters booklet that explains in detail the history of these recordings & goes some way to highlight just why these versions are so eagerly anticipated. With the collector in mind, both 'Help!' & 'Rubber Soul' now contain the original 1965 stereo mixes on CD for the first time, since Sir George Martin had actually remixed these for their CD debut in 1987 rendering these original mixes unavailable. Apart from the first four albums ['Please Please Me' to 'Beatles For Sale'] which have been available in mono on CD since 1987, the remaining titles are making their CD debut in this format plus the Mono Masters set has received the remastering treatment by a dedicated team of engineers at Abbey Road studios. All the albums [apart from Mono Masters] come in LP-style packaging reduced in exquisite detail to CD-sized format, with everything from the recreation of the vinyl label to the paper inner sleeve replete with original text. The jackets are exact reproductions of the original UK vinyl releases & have been manufactured in Japan, to the very highest quality and attention to detail)

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