The Beatles - 16 CD - Remastered - September 2009

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  1. mo3adz

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    The Beatles - 16 CD Remastered - 2009 - SiRE


    Artist:   The Beatles
    Title:    Please Please Me '22 March 1963' 
    #1 for 30 weeks; 74 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  188kbit av.
    Title:    Yellow Submarine
    Time:     00:32:26
    Size:     46.39 mb
    Title:    With The Beatles '22 November 1963' 
    #1 for 21 weeks, plus another 10 weeks at #2; 53 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  210kbit av.
    Time:     00:33:00
    Size:     52.49 mb
    Title:    A Hard Day's Night '10 July 1964'
    #1 for 21 weeks; 43 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  203kbit av.
    Time:     00:30:06
    Size:     46.15 mb
    Title:    Beatles For Sale '4 December 1964'
    #1 for 11 weeks, plus another 11 weeks at #2; 48 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  196kbit av.
    Time:     00:33:57
    Size:     50.23 mb
    Title:    Help! '6 August 1965'
    #1 for 9 weeks; 41 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  188kbit av.
    Time:     00:33:48
    Size:     48.02 mb
    Title:    Rubber Soul '3 December 1965'
    #1 for 8 weeks; 47 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  201kbit av.
    Time:     00:35:26
    Size:     53.97 mb
    Title:    Revolver '5 August 1966'
    #1 for 7 weeks; 46 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  196kbit av.
    Time:     00:34:56
    Size:     51.57 mb
    Title:    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band '1 June 1967'
    #1 for 27 weeks; 201 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  197kbit av.
    Time:     00:39:50
    Size:     58.52 mb
    Title:    The Beatles (The White Album) '22 November 1968'
    #1 for 8 weeks; 24 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  191kbit av.
    Time:     01:34:01
    Size:     135.48 mb
    Title:    Yellow Submarine '17 January 1969'
    #3; 11 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  186kbit av.
    Time:     00:39:37
    Size:     55.26 mb
    Title:    Abbey Road '26 September 1969'
    #1 for 17 weeks; 92 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  193kbit av.
    Time:     00:47:21
    Size:     69.40 mb
    Title:    Let It Be '8 May 1970'
    #1 for 3 weeks; 60 weeks on chart
    Bitrate:  177kbit av.
    Time:     00:35:07
    Size:     46.48 mb
    Label:    Parlophone
    Genre:    Rock
    Rip Date: 2009-09-04
    Str Date: 2009-09-09
    Release Notes:
    On September 9, 2009, after a nearly 22-year wait, digitally remastered
    versions of all of the Beatles studio albums will be released, a press
    release has confirmed. Each album will feature the track listings and
    artwork as it was originally released in the U.K. and come with
    expanded booklets including original and newly written liner notes and
    rare photos. For a limited time, each of the Fab Four's 12 proper
    albums will be "embedded" with a brief documentary about its making.
    The rereleases will include the Beatles' 12 studio albums and Magical
    Mystery Tour as well as Past Masters Vol. I and II, which will be
    packaged as one collection. All 14 discs will be available with DVDs of
    the documentaries in a stereo box set, and a set titled The Beatles in
    Mono featuring 10 discs will also be released.
    (Look back at the Beatles' studio albums and Rolling Stone's stories on
    the LPs.)
    A crew of engineers at London's Abbey Road Studios have spent four
    years working on the remasters using new technology and vintage
    equipment, the press release says, in an effort to preserve "the
    authenticity and integrity of the original analogue recordings" and
    ensure "the highest fidelity the catalog has seen since its original
    release promises to be a huge day in Beatles lore, as it's the same day
    The Beatles: Rock Band will hit stores. This weekend brought a bit of
    Beatles news, too, as Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited on stage
    at a New York benefit for David Lynch's Transcendental Meditation
    foundation (see photos here). Preorders for the remasters are already
    popping up on Demand for Beatles remasters has steadily
    increased since 1987, when Capitol/EMI first released the Beatles'
    discography on CD with what many audiophile fans deemed substandard
    sound quality compared to the original vinyl. 
    While it seems like other artists remaster their entire catalog every
    several years, Capitol/EMI have barely touched the Beatles' discography
    since 1987, with the exception of 2004's The Capitol Albums, Vol. 1 box
    set, which compiled and remastered the band's first four American
    releases in stereo and mono formats. The soundtrack for the Beatles'
    Love show also gave listeners a brief tease of how fantastic the band's
    songs would sound if properly remastered.
    The Beatles in Mono will include the 10 albums originally mixed for
    mono release, as well as two additional discs the press release says
    features similar songs to those on the Past Masters compilations. The
    mono versions of Help! and Rubber Soul will boast bonuses: the albums'
    original 1965 stereo mixes, which have not been previously released on
    CD, per the press release. The mono collection, like the stereo one,
    will include all original inserts and label designs, and the CDs are
    designed as tiny vinyl replicas.
    The press release didn't include news regarding a possible deal with
    iTunes or another digital-music vendor to distribute the catalog
    digitally: "Discussions regarding the digital distribution of the
    catalog will continue. There is no further information available at
    this time," the press release reads. Both Apple Corps. and Paul
    McCartney have expressed reluctance to release the Beatles' music
    digitally until all the albums had been remastered. The solo work of
    each of the four Beatles is available on iTunes.
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  2. Thanks for this bud
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  4. tolis124

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  9. mo3adz

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  13. joemc13

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  14. jeepney

    jeepney New Member

    Mar 8, 2013
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    Thanks for the post. But I also had a question.

    Its looks like you 12 titles and one has 2 cd's. That seems like 13. Is it suppose to have 16 or am I missing something?

  15. rudonia

    rudonia Guest

    thank you, thank you!!

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