The BeatlesRevolver

Label:Parlophone – PCS 7009
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Style:Beat, Psychedelic Rock


A2Eleanor Rigby
A3I'm Only Sleeping
A4Love You To
A5Here, There And Everywhere
A6Yellow Submarine
A7She Said She Said
B1Good Day Sunshine
B2And Your Bird Can Sing
B3For No One
B4Doctor Robert
B5I Want To Tell You
B6Got To Get You Into My Life
B7Tomorrow Never Knows

Companies, etc.



UK stereo reissue.
4th pressing, Summer 1977 until October 1980.
YEX 605-3 Lacquer Cut HTM Jun 15 1977
YEX 606-4 Lacquer Cut HTM Feb 4 1977

On black & silver labels two boxed EMI logos & Parlophone logo.
"EMI RECORDS LTD" at the start and" MADE IN GT BRITAIN" at the end of the perimeter print.

On back sleeve:
E.M.I. Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.) Hayes · Middlesex · England
Made and Printed in Great Britain

Laminated non-flipback Garrod & Lofthouse sleeve, with printed EMI company issue white paper inner bag.

Some copies come with glossy front/matt back non-flipback Garrod & Lofthouse sleeve.

Duration of tracks not on cover or labels.
Track B4 listed as "Doctor Robert" on the label and as "Dr. Robert" on the back sleeve.

Ⓟ 1966

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): (YEX.605)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): (YEX.606)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): YEX 605-3 HTM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 1): YEX 606-4 HTM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): YEX 605-3 46 HTM 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 2): YEX 606-4 215 HTM 12
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 3): YEX.605-3 HΓM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 3): YEX.606-4 HΓM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 5): YEX 605-3 44 1 HTM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 5): YEX 606-4 214 1 HTM

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Revolver (LP, Album, Stereo)ParlophonePCS 7009UK1966
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Revolver (LP, Album, Mono)ParlophonePMC 7009UK1966
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Revolver (LP, Album, Stereo)Capitol RecordsST 2576Canada1966
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Revolver (LP, Album, Stereo, NOT Laminated Backcover)Odeon, HÖR ZUSHZE 186Germany1966
Revolver (LP, Album, Mono)OdeonMT-1021Venezuela1966



  • RaginPin3Appl3's avatar
    This pressing really supports an argument for just how good the original Revolver stereo mix actually was/is. The double tracked vocals in each channel is just incredible! There’s actually a decent center portion of the mix, unlike Sgt Peppers where there’s just a big hole in the middle. Of course some of the vocals could be more centered, but for a 1966 rock record, the stereo mix is quite good! I’m of the belief that the solid state Beatles cuts by Harry Moss are the best in terms of sound quality. The tapes were relatively fresh still, and the vinyl quality was pretty good by the later half of the 70s. The tube cuts can also sound a bit harsh with distortion here and there. I would know, I’ve heard unplayed mint tube cut Beatles LPs played for the first time. The distortion is baked in. These later SS cuts are CLEAN sounding. Grab one of these absolute bargains while they’re still cheap. I only paid $25 or so for a super clean copy of this pressing.
    • dereksee's avatar
      The -3/-4 cut is unbeatable. I also have an original UK copy… the 3/4 has amazing clarity and power. The original tube cut is a lot more saturated (on top of the highly compressed and levels in the red recording) , which is cool, but the 3/4 is far less ‘colored’.
      • jmosch's avatar
        I don't think you can go wrong with these mid-to-late 70s UK pressings. This one sounds great. So does my 1973 -2/-2 stamped pressing with no HTM. So HTM or no HTM, not sure it it matters that much. I have a fab AHDN from this period that is also great with no HTM, and Help with HTM. All great sounding records.
        • AHS1965's avatar
          Edited 10 months ago
          Sound with a lot of detail and very good stereophonic sound separation. Excellent work on dynamics, with Paul's bass defined and powerful. The drums are also very well balanced (listen to She Said She Said or Tomorrow Never Knows).
          Voice work is clean and clear. There is a nice balance of sound in general which makes listening very enjoyable and satisfying.
          Having other versions, from the audiophile point of view this is (-3 -4 HTM), in my opinion, definitely one of the best versions to have. H. Moss's work is excellent. 5/5.
          • roaringwit's avatar
            Never heard a better sounding version, I own both mono & stereo originals, 2022 Giles remix etc, this is plain fantastic. Make sure its the -3 -4 HTM Solid state version. The earlier tube cut-versions is also very good, but this Harry Moss remaster is just extremely detailed and punchy!
            • Bubick's avatar
              Nice sounding. Wish my copy had a little less surface noise, but that’s not The Fab Four’s fault!
              • SeansRecords's avatar
                i think i have this 6th press

                mine has -2 matrix though? says online it should be -3/-4
                • helloimgaydo's avatar
                  My favourite Beatles album... is what I would be saying if this record didn't have Yellow bastard Submarine on it.


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