The Beach Boys mark ‘Pet Sounds’ 50th anniversary with deluxe reissue

The reissue will feature instrumentals, outtakes, and previously unheard tracks

The Beach Boys are releasing a new edition of their classic album ‘Pet Sounds’ to mark its 50th anniversary.

The new commemorative version of ‘Pet Sounds’ comes out on June 10 and will feature stereo, mono, and high resolution recordings of the album, plus instrumentals, 5.1 surround mixes, session outtakes, alternate mixes, previously unreleased live tracks, and more.

‘Pet Sounds (50th Anniversary Edition)’ will see release on CD and Blu-ray as well as on vinyl.

Earlier this year, Brian Wilson announced that he will be performing the entirety of ‘Pet Sounds’ on a world tour, including several dates in the UK and Barcelona’s Primavera festival.

“It’s really been a trip to sit here and think about releasing Pet Sounds 50 years ago,” said Wilson. “I love performing this album with my band and look forward to playing it for fans all across the world.”

The Californian band released ‘Pet Sounds on May 16, 1966. They went on to record eighteen more records. The group’s last, ‘That’s Why God Made the Radio’, came out in 2012.

A reissue of ‘Good Vibrations’, first released as a single in 1966, is also planned for later this year.