As announced in the press release, “The Beatles’ acclaimed original studio album remasters, released on CD in 2009 and in 2010 for digital download exclusively on iTunes, will make their long-awaited stereo vinyl debut on 12th November (13th November in North America).”
In celebration of this massive release, PopMatters has a chance to offer one (1) lucky winner a set of three remastered stereo vinyl records, Help!, Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band and A Hard Day’s Night plus a bonus t-shirt!
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The Beatles Prize Pack includes three albums and a t-shirt as shown here:
(front and back of the shirt)
These records are also available as part of the bigger the Beatles Stereo Vinyl Box set, which comes with a 252-page hardbound book in a lavish, limited boxed edition. As the press release describes the book, it is “exclusive to the boxed edition, is authored by award-winning radio producer Kevin Howlett and features a dedicated chapter for each of the albums, as well as insight into the creation of the remasters and how the vinyl albums were prepared. The 12”x12” book showcases a wealth of photographs spanning the Beatles’ recording career, including many images which were not included in the 2009 CD booklets.” And there are 14 albums inside, this set, including :The Beatles’ 12 original UK albums, first released between 1963 and 1970, the US-originated Magical Mystery Tour, now part of the group’s core catalogue, and Past Masters, Volumes One & Two, featuring non-album A-sides and B-sides, EP tracks and rarities. With this release, the Beatles’ first four albums make their North American stereo vinyl debuts.”
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