Win A Remastered Beatles Catalog

You guys like The Beatles? Of course you do! If you don’t, you’ve either gotten into a fair share of barstool arguments or been branded as a contrarian, which all sounds like a headache. Or maybe you’re this dude. Either way, The Beatles gazillion-selling greatest hits compendium 1 is being remastered, so today we’re giving away The Beatles’ entire catalog on CD and high-end MP3. The package includes:

Please Please Me
Meet the Beatles
For Sale
Hard Days Night
With The Beatles
Yellow Submarine
Let It Be
Magical Mystery Tour
Rubber Soul
Sergeant Peppers
Abbey Road
The White Album

Limited edition Apple USB containing high-quality audio/FLAC files of entire catalog

To enter, you need be a fan of Stereogum on Facebook and comment with your favorite Beatles album via Facebook Connect (do not use your ‘Gum user account on this post — we’ll have to be able to check if you are a fan of Stereogum on FB when the sweepstakes ends).

The remastered Beatles catalog, including 1, is available on iTunes.

Comments (349)
  1. I’ve always been a big fan of Rubber Soul.

  2. The Beatles aka the White Album

  3. Sgt. Peppers

  4. The White Album

  5. Abbey Road

  6. “Magical Mystery Tour” has to be my favorite Beatles record. They never mixed their brand of perfect pop and crazy psychedelia better than on that album. Over the course of that half hour(+), all of the things that make the Beatles so great are there in spades.

  7. Revolver, with Rubber Soul VERY close behind.

  8. Help! and Revolver

  9. The White Album. Definitely.

  10. Sgt. Pepper’s and it’s not even close. I have no explanation for this other than that you always remember your first..

  11. Abbey Road, the medley on side Two makes me weep everytime.

  12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, with Rubber Sole a very close second. I can’t imagine the day that Sgt. Pepper’s will sound played out, ever, and that’s saying a lot considering how wildly popular it is.

  13. the white album…yeah!

  14. ‘The Beatles’ (The White Album)

  15. Obviously the REVOLVER

  16. The White Album

  17. REVOLVER. It was the beginning of how The Beatles changed pop music in sound, composition, song structure, arrangements, overdubbing….. pretty much anything that had to do with recording, forever.

  18. The White Album

  19. the white album

  20. The White Album

  21. The White Album. Definitely.

  22. Revolver. Although Rubber Soul is great. And if The Beatles was a single album where I picked the tracklist it probably would be my favorite. Oh and Past Masters II has some vital classics and and and …

  23. Abbey Road, the white album is in a close second.

  24. White Album

    The most marvelous exploration of sound, ideas, and songwriting in a short amount of time. When you have a deadline and allow your creative process to dominate your perfectionist tendencies magic happens. It happened on tracks like “Yer Blues”, “Happiness is a Warm Gun”, “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?”, “Julia”, and “Mother Nature’s Son”.

    Also, up to this point in time, NO ONE had written a song like “Revolution 9″, which used looped samples of sound to create something haunting, terrifying, and ultimately mind-blowing. Other bands like the Doors with “The End” and the Velvet Underground with “European Son” had written really long, experimental, swirling pieces of ambient noise, but no one used loops and samples like the Beatles did. Are the Beatles the overlords of ambient techno? Yes, yes they are.

  25. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

  26. Abbey Road

  27. Hard to pick one, but I would say Rubber Soul. I love every single one of them, though. Finally got to see Paul live in Chicago this year, too! Talk about highlight of my LIFE…

  28. The White Album

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