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The Beatles - The Beatles for iTunes (Apple Lossless)
17 November 2010

The Beatles - The Beatles for iTunes (Apple Lossless)

The Beatles - The Beatles for iTunes (Apple Lossless)
15-Album Boxset | ~220 Tracks | Apple Lossless Format | 44.1Khz-16Bits | 2 Channels | ~3.76GB (HF-FS-FSn)
Genre: Pop

Apple finally has The Beatles on iTunes. Now you have The Beatles For iTunes!!! All 13 Legendary Beatles Studio Albums & Special Digital Box Set. 220 Beatles songs taken from the recent remasters in Apple Lossless format. This includes the "lost" single of The Ballad of John and Yoko b/w Old Brown Shoe. Just import them into iTunes and you are set.
The Beatles - The Beatles Stereo (Box Sets, Remasters) (2009)
24 January 2011

The Beatles - The Beatles Stereo (Box Sets, Remasters) (2009)

The Beatles - The Beatles Stereo (Box Sets, Remasters) (2009)
14 Albums | Release: 2009 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1.39 GB
Genre: Rock | Label: EMI (UK)


The Beatles Stereo Box Set is a box set compilation comprising all of the remastered stereo recordings by The Beatles. The set was released on September 9, 2009, the same day both The Beatles: Rock Band and the remastered mono recordings were released (see The Beatles in Mono). The remastering project for both mono and stereo versions was led by EMI senior studio engineers Allan Rouse and Guy Massey.
The Beatles - Artifacts II - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1960-1969 (5 CD Boxset) (1994)
25 October 2011

The Beatles - Artifacts II - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1960-1969 (5 CD Boxset) (1994)
The Beatles - Artifacts II - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1960-1969 (5 CD Boxset) (1994)
Genre: Pop, Rock | Release: 1994 | 5CD | MP3 320 kbps | 858 MB


"Artifacts II" is a continuation of The Beatles rarities collection begun with "Artifacts" in 1993. As with the original box set this set includes the most elusive and rarest tracks currently in the hands of private collectors - many of which have come to light only within the past year.

More than thirty years have passed since The Beatles began writing and recording the music which would change the face of popular music forever. During those thirty plus years miles and miles of magnetic tape recorded and preserved The Beatles at work and at play, at home and in the studio, on the radio and on television, and on numerous stages around the world.

Here, on "Artifacts II", is the best of the rest; And as on "Artifacts" we have arranged the music chronologically and included recording and background data to help in understanding the material. Think of these discs as historical audio documents of the Golden Age of The Beatles.
The Beatles - The Beatles 1962–1966 (The Red Album) + The Beatles 1967–1970 (The Blue Album) (1973) (Remaster 2010) AAC
25 September 2012

The Beatles - The Beatles 1962–1966 (The Red Album) + The Beatles 1967–1970 (The Blue Album) (1973) (Remaster 2010) AAC

The Beatles - The Beatles 1962–1966 (The Red Album) + The Beatles 1967–1970 (The Blue Album) (1973) (Remaster 2010) AAC
Year: 1973 (Remastered 2010) | Audio codec : AAC (M4A) | Bitrate: 256 kbps | Duration: 2:42:29 | 398 MB
Genre: Rock
The Beatles - Artifacts - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1958-1970 (5CD Box Set) (1993)
9 July 2011

The Beatles - Artifacts - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1958-1970 (5CD Box Set) (1993)
The Beatles - Artifacts - The Definitive Collection Of Beatles Rarities 1958-1970 (5CD Box Set) (1993)
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock | Publisher: Big Music | 5 CDs | Release: 1993 | MP3 256 kbps | 669 MB


The music world was shaken by the release of Beatles vault outtakes by bootleggers in 1988. Little did any one know the floodgates were about to be opened. The material found in the six CDs in the Ultra Rare Trax series were about to be joined by more outtakes compilations from other companies. For its part EMI (the Beatles label in the UK), which had prior to 1988 denied that such tapes existed, was slow to react. Aside from the usual cease and desist letters to retailers, The Beatles’ camp didn’t seem in a hurry to counter the bootleggers with authorized product.
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan - Beatles Bop: Hamburg Days
16 July 2010

The Beatles With Tony Sheridan - Beatles Bop: Hamburg Days
The Beatles With Tony Sheridan - Beatles Bop: Hamburg Days
EAC | Rock | 2CD | FLAC + LOG, CUE + Cover | 456 MB
Label:Bear family | Release: 2001 | Catalogue No: 165831 | Multi

No matter what everyone once thought of these recordings -- I had a full LP's worth of them when I was a kid bought at a Spartan's or Arlan's Department store from the bargain bin and felt ripped off -- they hold more value and mystery now than they ever could have when they were originally issued. Part of it is the mythology of the Beatles, but the rest is in the raw, live, sexual energy that these recordings themselves project. It's also an indisputable fact that the Beatles never, ever rocked harder than on these sessions with Tony Sheridan and then-drummer Pete Best from 1961-1964....
The Beatles - Compact Disc EP Collection (15CD) (1992)
23 May 2011

The Beatles - Compact Disc EP Collection (15CD) (1992)
The Beatles - Compact Disc EP Collection (15CD) (1992)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks) - Cue - Log | Scans Complete (300dpi) | 15CDs | Release: 1992 | 646 MB
Genre: Pop, Rock | Label: Apple Parlaphone


This boxed set comprises all of The Beatles' EP's as they were originally issued on 45rpm vinyl in England. Each 4 song CD-5 has been digitally remastered from original sources. The set comes with a 32-page Magical Mystery Tour book. All selections are mono except the stereo "Magical Mystery Tour" EP. The Beatles' impact on popular music is inestimable. They changed the face of rock & roll, introducing new concepts and techniques again and again throughout their career, influencing both their contemporaries and the next several generations of rock & roll. In the early '60s, when the golden age of Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis had given way to prefabricated teen idols and bland, diluted versions of real rock & roll and R&B, the Beatles' brash, effervescent blend of '50s vintage sounds and bold, electric pop saved the world. Not content with reviving rock & roll almost single-handedly, the Beatles continued to innovate. Borrowing a bit from John Lennon's hero Bob Dylan, they pioneered the progression from generic love songs to more personalized, introspective subject matter. Let loose in the studio, they were among the first in the pop world to use backwards tapes, feedback and exotic instrumentation (George Harrison's well-documented love affair with Indian music inspired a thousand sitar-infested pop tunes). Lennon & McCartney (and occasionally Harrison) were phenomenally gifted tunesmiths who merged a pre-rock harmonic vocabulary with R&B influences and a visionary streak to create a timeless body of work.
The Beatles: John Lennon (vocals, guitar); Paul McCartney (vocals, bass); George Harrison (guitar); Ringo Starr (drums).
The Beatles - Beatles For Sale 1964 (FLAC) (3CDs Deluxe Edition) - 2007
6 April 2012

The Beatles - Beatles For Sale 1964 (FLAC) (3CDs Deluxe Edition) - 2007
The Beatles - Beatles For Sale 1964 (FLAC) (3CDs Deluxe Edition) - 2007
EAC rip | 3CD | FLAC - Log - Cue | Covers | Release: 2007| 981.2 MB
Genre: Classic Rock
Beatles - John Lennon & Beyond (2009)
10 August 2010

Beatles - John Lennon & Beyond (2009)

Beatles - John Lennon & Beyond (2009)
DVD-5 | English | 55 mins | PAL 720x576 (16:9) | MPEG-2 @7000kbps | PCM @1536kbps 2CH | 3.28 GB
Genre: Rock, Documentary | Label: IMC Vision

The Beatles John Lennon & Beyond The Beatles: John Lennon and Beyond tells the story of John, Paul, George and Ringo; propelled to fame in the early 60 s and how they initially took the US by storm before becoming a world wide phenomena. The programme concludes with John Lennon s subsequent career as a solo musician and political activist after the band s split. The Beatles became musical and fashion icons that reflected the time they inhabited. Their music would become their greatest legacy, inspiring future generations. But after a troubled break up, John Lennon went on to court controversy and represent a generation that needed a voice. This fascinating documentary tells the story of one of the world s biggest pop sensations through rare archive footage both behind the scenes backstage & on tour in America. Also included is a variety of interviews with all of the Beatles, including an extensive and candid interview with John Lennon. This programme is a true time capsule and a must have for any Beatles fan.
Beatles EP Collection [1992]
17 January 2011

Beatles EP Collection [1992]
Beatles EP Collection [1992]
Total Bitrate: 320kbps | Total Time: 02h:43m:00s | Total Size: 438mb (Including MP3s, Art Covers & File)
Music Genre: Pop Rock | Release Date: 15 June 1992 [UK] | Record Company: Apple Parlaphone


CE UNIVERSE - This boxed set comprises all of The Beatles' EP's as they were originally issued on 45rpm vinyl in England. Each 4 song CD-5 has been digitally remastered from original sources. The set comes with a 32-page Magical Mystery Tour book. All selections are mono except the stereo "Magical Mystery Tour" EP. The Beatles' impact on popular music is inestimable. They changed the face of rock & roll, introducing new concepts and techniques again and again throughout their career, influencing both their contemporaries and the next several generations of rock & roll. In the early '60s, when the golden age of Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis had given way to prefabricated teen idols and bland, diluted versions of real rock & roll and R&B, the Beatles' brash, effervescent blend of '50s vintage sounds and bold, electric pop saved the world. Not content with reviving rock & roll almost single-handedly, the Beatles continued to innovate. Borrowing a bit from John Lennon's hero Bob Dylan, they pioneered the progression from generic love songs to more personalized, introspective subject matter. Let loose in the studio, they were among the first in the pop world to use backwards tapes, feedback and exotic instrumentation (George Harrison's well-documented love affair with Indian music inspired a thousand sitar-infested pop tunes). Lennon & McCartney (and occasionally Harrison) were phenomenally gifted tunesmiths who merged a pre-rock harmonic vocabulary with R&B influences and a visionary streak to create a timeless body of work.
The Beatles: John Lennon (vocals, guitar); Paul McCartney (vocals, bass); George Harrison (guitar); Ringo Starr (drums).