The Beatles – 1+ (2015) (Germany, Apple 0602547567727) [FLAC+CUE+LOG]

Duration: 79:15

Tracklist:
01. Love Me Do 2:21
02. From Me To You 1:56
03. She Loves You 2:21
04. I Wanna Hold Your Hand 2:26
05. Can not Buy Me Love 2:11
06. A Hard Days Night 2:33
07. I Feel Fine 2:19
08. Eight Days A Week 2:43
09. Ticket To Ride 3:10
10. Help 2:19
11. Yesterday 2:05
12. Day Tripper 2:49
13. We Can Work It Out 2:16
14. Paperback Writer 2:18
15. Yellow Submarine 2:39
16. Eleanor Rigby 2:06
17. Penny Lane 3:01
18. All You Need Is Love 3:48
19. Hello Goodbye 3:28
20. Lady Madonna 2:17
21. Hey Jude 7:06
22. Get Back 3:12
23. The Ballad Of John & Yoko 2:59
24. Something 3:01
25. Come Together 4:19
26. Let It Be 3:50
27. The Long & Winding Road 3:42

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The Beatles – Meet The Beatles! Japan Box (2014) (Japan, UICY-76429/33) [FLAC+CUE+LOG]

Released: 25 June 2014 (Japan), 14 July 2014 (UK)
Label: Apple, Capitol, UMe
Recorded: 1962-1965 EMI Studios, London and Pathé Marconi Studio, Paris

The Japan Box is an upcoming box set compilation of the five albums released by the Beatles for the Japanese Market between 1964 and 1965, originally released in Japan by Odeon Records. The albums consist of Meet The Beatles, The Beatles No. 2, A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, and The Beatles No. 5. The box set also includes a 100 page book.

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The Beatles – The U.S. Albums Box Set (2014) (USA, Capitol 602537614127) [FLAC+CUE+LOG]

Released: 21 January 2014
Label: Apple, Capitol, UMe
Recorded: 1962–1970 at EMI, Trident, Olympic, Apple, De Lane Lea, Chappell and Regent Sound studios, London; Pathé Marconi Studio, Paris; EMI Studios, Bombay

All thirteen unique albums released by Capitol Records are included in the box set, eight of which were previously released in The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 and Volume 2. The set contains remastered mono and stereo versions of each album, except The Beatles’ Story and Hey Jude, which are presented only in stereo. Additionally, those two albums, Yesterday and Today, and the US versions of A Hard Day’s Night and Revolver, are released for the first time on CD in this box set.

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The Beatles – The Beatles In Mono Box Set (2009) (Japan, EMI TOCP-71041-53) [FLAC+CUE+LOG]

Released: 09 September 2009
Label: EMI/Capitol
Recorded: 1962–1970 at EMI, Trident, Olympic, Apple, De Lane Lea, Chappell and Regent Sound studios, London; Pathé Marconi Studio, Paris; EMI Studios, Bombay

The thirteen-disc collection contains the remastered mono versions of every Beatles album released in true mono. The original 1965 stereo mixes of Help! and Rubber Soul are included as bonuses on their respective albums. (In 1986 both albums had been remixed by George Martin for their CD release in 1987.) The box contains a new two-disc compilation album titled Mono Masters, which compiles all the mono mixes of singles, B-sides and EP tracks that did not originally appear on any of the United Kingdom albums or Magical Mystery Tour.

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The Beatles – The Beatles Stereo Box Set (2009) (Germany, EMI 5099996804520) [FLAC+CUE+LOG]

Released: 09 September 2009
Label: EMI/Capitol
Recorded: 1962–1970 at EMI, Trident, Olympic, Apple, De Lane Lea, Chappell and Regent Sound studios, London; Pathé Marconi Studio, Paris; EMI Studios, Bombay

The sixteen disc collection contains the remastered stereo versions of every album in the Beatles catalogue. The first four albums made their CD debut in stereo, though some songs have appeared on CD in stereo through various compilations. Both Help! and Rubber Soul use the 1987 remixes prepared by George Martin for the original CD releases (the original 1965 mixes were released on The Beatles in Mono). Magical Mystery Tour is presented in the sequence and artwork of its original North American album release, as opposed to the UK six-song EP. Yellow Submarine is presented in its original 1969 format instead of the 1999 Songtrack version.

All CDs replicate their original album labels as first released, from the various Parlophone Records variations, to the Capitol Records label (for Magical Mystery Tour) and the UK Apple Records side A label from Yellow Submarine through Let It Be, and with the side A & side B Apple labels for discs one & two respectively for The Beatles. For Past Masters, disc one uses a mid-1960s Parlophone label design and disc two uses the (side A) Apple label design. Each of the albums except Past Masters includes a mini-documentary, mainly drawing from The Beatles Anthology (with a few animated 3D scenarios made up of original photos thrown in), about the album in QuickTime format. The Beatles and Past Masters are two-disc sets.

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