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The Beach Boys 'Pet Sounds' 180-gram heavyweight black vinyl LP reissue of ‘Pet Sounds’ £7.99 + £3.95 delivery @ Universal Music
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The Beach Boys 'Pet Sounds' 180-gram heavyweight black vinyl LP reissue of ‘Pet Sounds’ £7.99 + £3.95 delivery @ Universal Music

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Posted 7th May
180-gram heavyweight black vinyl LP reissue of ‘Pet Sounds’ remastered in Stereo.
Includes download card for digital redemption of the audio.

The Beach Boys’ iconic 1966 album, Pet Sounds, is universally hailed as one of popular music’s most important recordings of all time. May 16 marks the acclaimed album’s 50th anniversary, and to commemorate the milestone, The Beach Boys and Capitol will release special expanded editions of the recorded masterpiece, as well as a range of exclusive Pet Sounds merchandise.

Side A
1. Wouldn't It Be Nice - Stereo
2. You Still Believe In Me - Stereo
3. That's Not Me – Stereo
4. Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) - Stereo
5. I'm Waiting For The Day - Stereo
6. Let's Go Away For Awhile - Stereo
7. Sloop John B – Stereo

Side B
1. God Only Knows - Stereo
2. I Know There's An Answer - Stereo
3. Here Today – Stereo
4. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times - Stereo
5. Pet Sounds - Stereo
6. Caroline, No – Stereo
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Great find, been wanting this on 180gm for ages
Absolute Classic! Heat added!
Classic. Also same price on Amazon.
Not trying to be snobby, but if it’s a vinyl press from a digital master then it’s pointless. True vinyl is analogue all the way from recording, to master, to press. Some bands have actually released new vinyl versions from their analogue masters, Radiohead’s OK Computer being one, white stripes being another.

I’ve recorded analogue all the way in Toe Rag studios and pressed to vinyl, and then recorded digital at rockfield and listened digitally. You can totally tell the difference.

If you’re going to have digital at some point in the chain, keep it digital and listen to it digitally.
Great price for this classic that should be part of every vinyl collection. Heat
Now £9.99 plus delivery.
I first bought it in 1975 (orange capitol label)
Then again when Cds came along.
Then found a mono first press at the car boot for a fiver.
An album that good deserves to be bought more than once.
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