The Beatles | The Immersion Bundle | 13 LPs + Turntable, Storage Crate & Vinyl Care Cleaning Kit

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Immerse yourself in the majesty of the Beatles unmatched discography, exclusively at popmarket!

The biggest band in the world deserves the biggest bundle in the world and we're thrilled to offer our first installment of the popmarket Immersion Bundles! This incredible package includes thirteen of the Beatles' most beloved records, all remastered & pressed on high quality 180g vinyl PLUS an Audio-Technica USB-Direct Drive Turntable, a 100 LP vinyl storage crate & an ultimate cleaning kit from Vinyl Styl!

The Beatles On 180g Vinyl:

Please Please Me (1963) - Once "Please Please Me" rocketed to number one, The Beatles rushed to deliver a debut album, bashing out Please Please Me in a day. Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh, precisely because of its intense origins. Ranked 39/500 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

With The Beatles (1963) - With the Beatles is a sequel of the highest order -- one that betters the original by developing its own tone and adding depth. While it may share several similarities with its predecessor -- there is an equal ratio of covers-to-originals, a familiar blend of girl group, Motown, R&B, pop, and rock, and a show tune that interrupts the flow of the album -- With the Beatles is a better record that not only rocks harder, it's considerably more sophisticated. Ranked 420/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

A Hard Day's Night (1964) - A Hard Days Night is the 3rd studio album from The Beatles and was accompanied by a film of the same name. This album really showcases the bands Rock and Roll instrumentation and song structure and also spawned some of there most famous songs, A Hard Days Night with its pulse pounding and recognizable opening chord to the previously released "Can't Buy Me Love." Ranked 388/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

Beatles for Sale (1964) - The Beatles for sale is the fourth Studio Album from The Beatles. After Lennon met Bob Dylan on tour, an influence immediately swept him over and crept into his song writing. A good example of this are the songs, "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party" and "I'm a Loser." (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

Help! (1965) - Considered as one of the best Beatle albums before they dive into their dark rock phase, Help! is the fifth album from The Beatles, and is also the soundtrack to there film of the same name. The album contains 12 original songs and only two covers and shows the band taking another giant foot step forward. Ranked 332/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

Rubber Soul (1965) - From a modern perspective, this is where things start to get very interesting. Breaking out of the routine of squeezing albums between touring, Rubber Soul is the result of their first extended period in the studio. The production is open and spacious, adorned but not yet overcrowded with new instruments and ideas. The songs themselves are like little Pop Art vignettes, where the lyrics are starting to match the quality of the melodies and arrangements. Even a simple, witty rocker such as Drive My Car is played with such tight grooviness (listen to the synchronised bass and guitar) that it practically sparkles with self-amusement. Ranked 5/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

Revolver (1966) - Their first psychedelic masterpiece, Revolver represents The Beatles at their most creative and cohesive, still a tight rocking unit firing on all cylinders but with a surging freedom of self-expression. It is arguably their greatest album, in which they introduce whole new vistas of sound yet still contain them within tightly structured and performed songs.Ranked 3/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time! (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl) 

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club (1967) - The contemporary view was that this was not just the peak of The Beatles’ career but the high point of recorded music to that date. It is where the Beatles really exploit the studio as the instrument, forgoing live playing for sonic adventure. It is impossible to overstate its impact: from a contemporary Sixties perspective it was utterly mind-blowing and original. Ranked 1/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time! (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

Magical Mystery Tour (1967) - Containing some fantastic material from The Beatles’ hippy heyday, including the lovely Fool on the Hill (with an endearingly amateurish tin-whistle solo), the delicately woven tapestry of Strawberry Fields Forever, the glorious anthem All You Need is Love and mad, surrealist epic I Am the Walrus, in which Lennon takes the concept of lyrical and musical nonsense and just explodes it all over the speakers. For an album of bits and bobs, there is genius in these grooves (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl)

The Beatles (White Album) (1968) - The Beatles is the ninth official album by the English rock group The Beatles, a double album released in 1968. It is also commonly known as "The White Album" as it has no graphics or text other than the band's name embossed on its plain white sleeve. The album was written and recorded during a period of turmoil for the group, after visiting the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in India and having a particularly productive songwriting session in early 1968. Ranked 10/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl 2LP)

Yellow Submarine (1969) - The soundtrack to The Beatles’ animated film of the same name, Yellow Submarine presents four new Beatles tracks recorded between 1967 and early 1968. In addition, George Martin’s score for the film rounds out the effort. While not considered a “proper” album, Yellow Submarine contains many memorable moments—George Harrison’s psychedelic “Only a Northern Song,” peppered with organ and candid sentiments, and “It’s All Too Much,” carried on the shoulders of a mesmerizing Mellotron, gigantic percussion, and titanic guitar feedback. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP)

Abbey Road (1969) - Pressed on 180 gram vinyl, sourced from the original master tapes, and cut at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, your collection needs this Beatles classic. The last studio album from the group at a time when the group barely was one, amazingly this album is widely regarded as the best they ever made--a true tribute to the purity of the music. Ranked 14/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP)

Let It Be (1970) - Let It Be is the last album to be recorded and released by The Beatles. The band had broken up before the album was released and it was initially met with mixed feelings. Many tried to blame Phil Spectors involvement, but the accompanying film showed the band members friction as a leading cause to the albums incoherence. Despite friction and the groups break up, the album earned the top spot on both the American and British record charts and many still consider it a classic. Ranked 86/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. (2012 Capitol Records Reissue - Limited Edition 180g Vinyl LP)

 

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