The Beatles ‎– Rubber Soul

Parlophone ‎– PMC 1267, Parlophone ‎– 5099963380316
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono, 180 Gram

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A1 Drive My Car
Performer – John*, Paul*Performer [With] – George*Piano – Paul*
A2 Norwegian Wood (The Bird Has Flown)
Performer – John*Performer [With] – Paul*Sitar – George*
A3 You Won't See Me
Organ [Hammond] – Mal 'Organ' Evans*Performer – Paul*Performer [With] – George*, John*Piano – Paul*
A4 Nowhere Man
Performer – George*, John*, Paul*
A5 Think For Yourself
Bass [Fuzz Bass] – Paul*Composed By – Harrison*Performer – George*Performer [With] – John*, Paul*
A6 The Word
Harmonium – George MartinPerformer – George*, John*, Paul*Piano – Paul*
A7 Michelle
Performer – George*, John*, Paul*
B1 What Goes On
Composed By – Lennon*, McCartney*, Starkey*Performer – Ringo*Performer [With] – John*, Paul*
B2 Girl
Performer – John*Performer [With] – George*, Paul*
B3 I'm Looking Through You
Organ [Hammond] – Ringo*Performer – Paul*Performer [With] – John*
B4 In My Life
Performer – John*, Paul*Piano – George Martin
B5 Wait
Performer – John*, Paul*
B6 If I Needed Someone
Composed By – Harrison*Performer – George*Performer [With] – John*, Paul*
B7 Run For Your Life
Performer – John*Performer [With] – George*, Paul*

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This heavyweight 180g vinyl record was cut from the original master tapes. The mastering team used a completely analogue signal path and were guided by the notes made by the cutting engineers for the first pressing of the album. The packaging replicates the artwork and construction of the original LP sleeve.

All titles published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

℗ 1965 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group). © 2014 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group). Artwork © Apple Corps Limited.

Made In the E.U. [Labels]

The barcode is only printed on the sticker on the plastic shrink wrap.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC01846
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02537 82575 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602537825752
  • Other (Sticker & Pamphlet): 0602537825752
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etching): 6338031 BD14114-01 A1 N N.S. VIE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etching): 6338031 BD14114-01 B1 K i...i
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [etched] variant 2): 6338031 Ɩट BD14114-01 A₁ N.S. IV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [etched] variant 2): 6338031 BD14114-01 B₁ ƎI┴ K i...i

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMC 1267 The Beatles Rubber Soul(LP, Album, Mono, Ern) Parlophone PMC 1267 UK 1965 Sell This Version
none The Beatles Rubber Soul(CD, Album, Enh, RM) Parlophone none Italy 2012 Sell This Version
PMC 1267 The Beatles Rubber Soul(LP, Album, Mono, Ern) Parlophone PMC 1267 UK 1965 Sell This Version
OP-8156 The Beatles Rubber Soul(LP, Album, RE, Red) Odeon OP-8156 Japan 1967 Sell This Version
PMC 1267 The Beatles Rubber Soul(LP, Album, Mono, -4/) Parlophone PMC 1267 UK 1965 Sell This Version


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October 14, 2017
edited 10 months ago

Not much to add that the other reviewers haven't said, but this release is outstanding. I don't have the Michelle issue mentioned by two of the reviewers. Some of the best new vinyl I've purchase at this price-point.


April 21, 2016

Agree with the comment on Michelle. On my first listening it sounded overlaid with distortion, especially near the end. Second time around it didn't sound as distorted, but the mix of the background singers is still very strange.


April 5, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

On my copy, Michelle sounds incredibly "hot" (to the point of distortion on Paul's voice).

Is it an issue with this 2014 press, or has it always been this way on the mono?


March 11, 2016

Very impressive, as others have noted. Meticulous packaging and very full, warm sound. Worth checking out.


April 24, 2015
edited 6 months ago
The whole 2014 remastered Mono vinyl series is beautifully done right down to every last detail, even the sleeves-near perfect replicas, at least to the casual eye. This Mono remaster sounds gorgeous, full, and warm-the music still sounds like what the cover of the album looks like. It's 2012 vinyl Stereo counterpart has a few perks too, but over all, in order to "get Rubber Soul", Mono remains King, and remains the way to "listen" to this album as a whole. However, I must mention two tracks on the Stereo version that stand out; "Norwegian Wood" and "Michelle". "...Wood" suddenly has what sounds like a kick toward the end of the track, revealing an interesting and shuffling off-beat. On the Mono mix, well, I can't hear a kick. My favorite track "Michelle" gets extended out just a hair, the fade holds off a little longer allowing that beautiful guitar being played to step out from the mix and breathe, finally bowing to close the song and side 1. I have to say that one of my main issues though with the remastered Stereo mix is that the vocals have to fight a bit to be clearly heard, otherwise it's a fun alternate mix to the Mono version.

Additionally, I did come across an original U.K. Stereo from 65', and I must say that George Martin's first try mixing the album in this format was not bad at all, just different, if not a little thin sounding. I'm not sure why he felt compelled to go back and remix it for 87'. The bass guitar doesn't cut nearly as deep as on the Mono take, and Ringo's vocals are panned left instead of right on "What Goes On", etc., but I actually prefer the quirks on the 65' Stereo version over what was presented on the 2012 remaster, at least the vocals sit correctly in the mix above the music, while the separation is very interesting to listen to.


September 9, 2014

Awesome remaster. The Beatles in Mono series is really excellent.