Beatles' back catalogue to be remastered for September release

New collections includes mono and stereo mixes

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The Beatles' entire back catalogue has been digitally remastered for release this September.

The extensive collection, which features all 13 of The Beatles' studio albums along with the 'Past Masters' compilations, will be released worldwide on September 9 - the same day The Beatles' 'Rock Band' game is set to come out.

A statement regarding the release said that a team of Abbey Road technicians have spent four years remastering the albums in stereo, resulting in the catalogue being available to buy at its highest fidelity since it was first released.

For a limited time each album will contain an embedded link to a special mini-documentary featuring previously unreleased snippets of The Beatles chatting in the studio and archive footage.

Each stereo album will be available to buy individually, or as a collection in a box set.

A further box set of mono recordings - called 'The Beatles In Mono' - is also being released on September 9.

The new collection is the first time The Beatles' material has been remastered for CD since 1987.

It is currently unclear whether the collection will be available digitally. Speaking last month, George Harrison's son Dhani said the group is considering launching its own online application to sell its music digitally.

The full list of remastered Beatles' albums being released this September is as follows.

Stereo albums (available individually and as a box set):

'Please Please Me'
'With The Beatles'
'A Hard Day's Night'
'Beatles For Sale'
'Help!'
'Rubber Soul'
'Revolver'
'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'
'Magical Mystery Tour'
'The Beatles'
'Yellow Submarine'
'Abbey Road'
'Let It Be'
'Past Masters'

'The Beatles In Mono' (box set only):

'Please Please Me'
'With The Beatles'
'A Hard Day's Night'
'Beatles For Sale'
'Help!' (CD also includes original 1965 stereo mix)
'Rubber Soul' (CD also include original 1965 stereo mix)
'Revolver'
'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'
'Magical Mystery Tour'
'The Beatles'
'Mono Masters'


Meanwhile, check out our photo gallery devoted to The Beatles' historic trip to the USA in September 1964.

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