HT Giveaway: The Beatles Vinyl Studio Remasters – Revolver, Abbey Road and The Beatles (The White Album)

Earlier this week The Beatles’ acclaimed original studio album remasters, released on CD in 2009 and in 2010 for digital download, made their long-awaited stereo vinyl debut. Each of the band’s 14 albums were manufactured on 180 gram audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork. All of the albums are now available individually or together in a limited boxed edition that includes a 252-page hardbound book containing insight from radio producer Kevin Howlett and a wealth of Beatles’ photographs.

As part of our Everybody Wins When We Plug Something And In Return They Offer Us Free Shit To Give Away program, we’ve picked our favorite three Beatles albums to give away to one lucky reader. Simply leave a comment below telling us about your favorite Beatles album and we’ll select one entry at random to win Revolver, Abbey Road and The Beatles (The White Album) on vinyl. All entries must be received by December 3rd at 11:59PM ET.

Here’s the fine print…

  • To enter, leave a comment below telling us your favorite Beatles album
  • Your comment(s) must be left by 11:59PM EST on December 3rd
  • Anybody entering more than once will be disqualified, tarred and feathered
  • The winner will receive Revolver, Abbey Road and The Beatles on vinyl
  • HT staff members are not eligible to win

Check out a full list of The Beatles albums available now on vinyl…

The Stereo Albums

Available individually and collected in a boxed collection, accompanied by a beautiful 252-page hardbound book.

 

Please Please Me

“Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You” are presented in mono

(North American LP debut in stereo)

With The Beatles

(North American LP debut in stereo)

A Hard Day’s Night

(North American LP debut in stereo)

Beatles For Sale

(North American LP debut in stereo)

Help!

Features George Martin’s 1986 stereo remix

Rubber Soul

Features George Martin’s 1986 stereo remix

Revolver

Original album

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Packaging includes replica psychedelic inner sleeve, cardboard cutout sheet and additional insert

Magical Mystery Tour

Packaging includes 24-page colour book

The Beatles (double album)

Packaging includes double-sided photo montage/lyric sheet and 4 solo colour photos

Yellow Submarine

“Only A Northern Song” is presented in mono. Additional insert includes original American liner notes.

Abbey Road

Original album

Let It Be

Original album

Past Masters, Volumes One & Two (double album)

“Love Me Do” (original single version), “She Loves You,” “I’ll Get You,” and “You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)” are presented in mono. Packaging, notes and photographic content is based on the 2009 CD release.

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126 Responses

  1. White album – playing the birthday song has been a family tradition in my house on birthdays our entire life. Can’t wait to pass that one on to the next generation.

  2. Have to go with Revolver. It seems like when contemporary musicians cover The Beatles, it’s a song from this album – and Eleanor Rigby is far and away the most teased song of all time (IMO). It would be great to hear the original on vinyl, along with Abbey Road and The White Album.

  3. Favorite: Have to go with Abbey Road, if only because last part of the b side is probably the best stretch of music ever recorded. Most underrated album is definitely Magical Mystery Tour.

  4. Trick Question! How can you chose just one.

    The Beatles (aka White Album)

    Did they number the 180g release like the original vinyl was?

  5. Hands down – Revolver. I spun my copy last night and realized it was the UK version – missing ‘And Your Bird Can Sing. I was temporarily heart broken.

  6. With all due respect to what came after, “A Hard Day’s Night” is my choice for its charm, joy, and simple perfection. And swingin’ Ringo!

  7. Rubber Soul & Revolver technically were recorded at the same time and therefore could be classified as one album. However, Revolver is the only logical choice here.

  8. revolver is my favorite and ironically is the only one i don’t have on vinyl, so i’d really like to win that one.

  9. They’re all great, but Abbey Road is the one… somehow despite not getting along anymore, they cranked out one of the most timeless pieces of music anybody’s ever created.

  10. Abbey Road. I have a son named Maxwell. His first concert was the Fab Faux playing – you guessed it – Abbey Road.

  11. It has to be Abbey Road for me. The medley to end the album is one of the most masterfully-done side of music to ever be put to record!

  12. The Beatles was the first Beatles album I bought and played to death. It is still my favorite to this day. Although, I love all the albums pretty much equally.

  13. The White Album, so many wonderful intricate sounds going on throughout that album, it kind of forces you to sit down and close your eyes and absorb the music.

  14. Thanks for this great giveaway! If I had to pick a favourite, then it would probably have to be the White Album. It really is a treasure trove full of fantastic songs and ditties, showing all of the individual Beatles’ talents and musical hearts, as well as displaying their fantastic ensemble skills. A real showcase of everything the Beatles were – the greatest band of musicians ever!

  15. Tough choice but “Abbey Road” is my favorite. It was my first Beatles album, and is a top notch listen from start to finish.

  16. The White Album is hands down my favorite. Super heavy and just my favorite time in Beatles history, they were killing it.

  17. grew up on abby road, my parents had it, they wouldnt let me hear maxwells silver hammer for fear that i might get a bad idea and belt my teacher. seriously!

  18. I’m going to say Abbey Road. However if you ask me in twenty minutes what’s my favorite, it would probably be a completely different answer. Too hard to choose!

  19. So hard to pick just one, I’ve got several favorite Beatles, but I guess I’ll go with Sgt. Peppers. It plays well as a cohesive album.

  20. Tie: Sgt. Peppers & White Album. Sgt. Peppers because it’s the greatest example of an album as a complete work of art; White Album because it’s their music, stripped to the core.

  21. Hmmmmmm,Thats a pretty hard choice. The Beatles a.k.a. The white Album would be my favorite. Man I love the horn section on Savoy Truffle…

  22. Every morning before school when I was in the third grade, I would listen to Abbey road. Since then I have been a fan of many types of music but Abbey road is still my favorite album of all time. The end of “I want you (she’s so heavy)” might be my favorite song or part of a song by the Beatles.

  23. Abbey Road was my first Beatles album, and is my favorite. The second side of the album is perfectly constructed and is a reminder that great albums are more than just songs.

  24. I think Revolver is my favorite. Its the first glance in to what they would become after years of touring; a band free to record songs they never had to pull off live and therefore could get as ambitious with arrangements as they wanted. Songs like Eleanor Rigby, Tomorrow never Knows, Yellow Submarine and Gooday Sunshine are so drastically different stylistically yet still maintain artistic merit and popular appeal as a whole. They would go on to push the boundaries of studio recording much farther than on Revolver but it’s here that they finally became The Beatles, the best band that has ever existed.

  25. It’s got to be The White Album. A long deep double album that takes a while to fully appreciate. Sure The Beatles were disintegrating as a group at this time, but the diversity of songwriting and styles is like a history of popular music and would be influential for decades. Try Happiness is a Warm Gun or Cry Baby Cry, Martha My Dear or Julia for a taste of this album’s scope.

  26. Tough question. At first i was thinking that i might like the white album better than abbey road, but i think im gonna have to go with abbey road.

  27. My favourite album is Revolver. It has the great songs like “Taxman” “I’m Only Sleeping” and “Eleanor Rigby”

  28. Abby Road and Sgt Peppers are pretty much flawless pieces. However, I find myself listening to Rubber Soul more often than the others. The melodies on Rubber Soul are what “slightly” set it apart and make it no. 1 for me, to each his own though.

  29. The White Album has to be my favorite album in the Beatles library, as it demonstrates the absolutely incredible talent that was “The Beatles”.

  30. Hard question, but like many, i have found Abbey Road to be the most iconic Beatles album in my life. But who doesnt enjoy a good Yellow Submarine?

  31. Rubber Soul was the first album I received for a christmas present after asking for Hard Day’s Night. Was initially disappointed because I wasn’t that familiar with any of the songs with the exception of Michelle which was playing on the radio alot. This album ended up being my favorite Beatles album with all the songs bringing back great memories of those days and times.

  32. Abbey Road is my all-time favorite Beatles album, and always will be. It is also my all-time favorite record, there will be nothing like good ol’ Abbey.

    I love this album because it’s the Beatles at their best, and it’s also definitely one of the greatest final albums of any band that I’ve seen.

    My favorite tracks:

    “Come Together”, “Something”, “Here Comes The Sun”, and of course the legendary Abbey Road Melody to finish off this great album.

  33. Revolver all sons great from start to finish.
    Abbey road second for the production.
    The White 3rd.
    Rubber Soul 4.

  34. The White Album has to be the best album of all-time.
    There is more captivating, engrossing, enthralling, exciting, fascinating, gripping, interesting, intriguing, riveting, spellbinding and different styles of music on that ONE album than most artist manage to produce over an entire career!

  35. “Revolver” is my all-time fave. “Here, There and Everywhere” is a song of such melody and romance…you just drift away. “She Said, She Said” is mystical and tells of the thin line between life and death. “For No One” reminds me of lost love and how sad it can be. Universal themes in the fabric of our lives!!

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