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2009 Japanese remastered pressing. Includes a bonus Japanese text booklet & OBI. The audio content is the same as all other pressings. EMI.
There are only three stories worth knowing from the last 2,000 years of history: the life of Mohammed, the life of Jesus and the career of The Beatles. They invented all music ever. John was the best one; but Paul is--despite the knighthood and everything--still the most under-rated songwriter of the 20th century. This is the album with "Eleanor Rigby", "Here, There and Everywhere", "For No One", "I'm Only Sleeping" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" on it--but then, you knew that anyway. We presume you have this album already and you're just getting a second copy in case you lose the first. --Caitlan Moran
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REVOLVER was considered Just Another Beatles Record when it was released in August 1966 and to some was considered their swan song in the dying days of Beatlemania. However, REVOLVER has stood the test of time and today outshines SGT. PEPPER. The reason is that the 1987 CD release ignored the inferior 11-track U.S. version of REVOVLER (omitting John's I'm Only Sleeping, And Your Bird Can Sing, Dr. Robert) and belatedly presented to North Americans the complete British 14-song album.
REVOLVER represents The Beatles at the top of their game. The level of composition is at its highest, outshining PEPPER and everything that followed. There is not a weak song here, lyrically or musically. The instrumentation by all four Beatles reaches its peak. Ringo, especially, earns top marks songs like She Said She Said and Tomorrow Never Knows. Lastly, the level of experimentation and breath of style is staggering. There are so many styles of music on REVOLVER, from classical to Indian raga to ballad to hard rock to soul and sampling (then called "tape loops") that the album almost bursts at the seams. Above all, this is a group effort which is lacking in later records such as the The White Album.
George takes a quantum leap forward on REVOLVER. He kicks off an album for the first time with Taxman, which features some of the sharpest lyrics ever to appear in a Beatles' song. Taxman signals that this is no Beatles album like any other.Read more ›
This is, no doubt, one of the Beatles' best recordings. Personally, I'd tie it with "Abbey Road" and "Sgt. Pepper's" for the best.
I can't believe that no one has heralded "Here, There, and Everywhere"!!! I think this is one of, if not, the best Beatles song ever. It's simple, beautiful...it makes me want to cry. Wonderful.
I love the diversity of this album--we go from "Eleanor Rigby" to "Tomorrow Never Knows" to "Love You To."
Perfect--eat your heart out, Oasis.
Oh, and if a little troll from Norway comes along to tell you differently, kindly lead him back to the gangsta rap section.
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One of my Fav Beatle Albums and was happy to get an audiophile version. Abbey Road, Rubber Soul and Revolver are all tops in my book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Thomas
Disque des Beatles que j'affectionne beaucoup! Je le recommande comme plusieurs disques d'eux!Published 8 months ago by Christiane 122
Sounds great with no background fuzz but there was a bad skip at the very beginning of the second side during the first piano notes of good day sunshine and the only way i could... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Liam
Amazing remaster though, a must have in a CD in any CD collection. Great fun, awesome tunes for the whole family!Published 20 months ago by ruggiero campopiano
This is one of the best recorded CD's by the Beatles. Although everything was not going too well at the time, they still seemed able to concentrate on the production end of things... Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2013 by Bonzoll
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