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Remastered Beatles

Marvellous music digitally remastered so good to hear every song they made ,it brings back so many memories & for those young ones a taste of real proper music classics

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Beatles Box Set Review

Great job. Many thanks.

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Beatles box set covers the Beatles in stereo very well

I bought the box set because its in stereo and it covers the Beatles work well. The packaging was not as good as I would like (hard work pulling discs out of the card sleeve) Also some glue from sleeve was on the cd only on one cd! (IT CAME OFF OK) The product is very good for the price I paid. Cannot find anything that compares with this box set as it covers the Beatles so well in stereoRead full review...


awesome product great valuie for the money

this is such a cool colec tion of cds & the best & eveything sounds cool i would recommeded this to a m8


it's a fake so make your choice

could give it a one star for being a fake with lousy picture quality or five stars for the amazing music on offer for little money - do you want packaging or music? If it's the packaging pay up, if not, grab an illegal bargain before it gets closed down.Read full review...


Every music lover should have...

All The Beatles songs in one box. I'm not a Beatles fan, but I think I may Become one. Who can you compare in the pop charts today. Ke1.


Awesome product and brilliant value for money

I have wanted this collection of The Beatles since it first came out but alas I could not afford it.

It is top notch listening for Beatle Fans or non Beatle Fans.

If you get the chance to purchase, don't hesistate. It is a must have for any music library.Read full review...


Buyers beware

This edition of Beatles Box, is advertised as Made in Japan, but it's not true! It's made in China, with replica obi strip and it's a counterfeit. Does not match the quality of the EU edition that is now selling in stores, here in Portugal at the price of 114.00 Euros. I've payed with transport £89.99=107 Euros, obviously a very bad deal, considering that Japan edition, usually are the best quality boxes, both in presentation and in sound! In this case, the quality of the pictures are horrible, they smell a lot of fresh ink, the external box dismantle easy, the interior fall apart, the overall aspect of the box is inferior quality. About the CD's, the paint in each CD, is like the pictures of cover, very unclear and fading in some points. Also the sound of the CD's is much harsh than other editions. In resume I've been stolen. This box is very good to recycle.Read full review...


beatles box set[mono] 2009 [made in japan]

very cheap price compared to made in uk box set.was suprised that the quality was as good as uk version at fraction of price.[i have an arcam cd 192 so would be able to hear difference.]


Listen to history being made... now much more clearly

The Beatles were by some distance the most influential band of all, so it's great to get their work properly remastered (read the extensive interview with the team at Abbey Road in Record Collector - these guys were painstaking) and get closer to what they were hearing in the studio at the time. All the ingredients are much clearer now - McCartney's amazing bass parts, Starr's once much under-rated drumming, Lennon and Harrison on guitar showing huge imagination and variation, the lead and harmony vocals, use of other instruments (a lot was owed to George Martin's arrangement skills), recording techniques... the list goes on, and the sum of the parts is incredibly creative, varied and (mostly - there are some duds) superb music. The Beatles get more interesting as they develop as writers, musicians and recording artists, and it is fascinating to track that growth through the albums (which means I play the very early ones less than say, Rubber Soul and after). If you're into the technical details and can find a copy of Mark Lewisholm's excellent book chronicling the Beatles's recording sessions and have it to refer to as you listen, then even better. It's all beautifully packaged (unlike the bootleg versions - believe it) with informative historical and technical notes, and all together a great package, worthy of a great band.Read full review...

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