The BeatlesRevolver

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


A2Eleanor Rigby
A3I'm Only Sleeping
A4Love You To
TablaAnil Bhagwat
A5Here, There And Everywhere
A6Yellow Submarine
A7She Said She Said
B1Good Day Sunshine
B2And Your Bird Can Sing
B3For No One
HornAlan Civil
B4Dr. Robert
B5I Want To Tell You
B6Got To Get You Into My Life
B7Tomorrow Never Knows

Companies, etc.



℗ 1966
Long Play 33 1/3 R.P.M.
E.M.I. Records (The Gramophone Company Ltd.)
Made and Printed in Great Britain
Printed and made by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. PMC 7009 PCS 7009

Silver/black Parlophone label.
The label has two EMI boxed logos.
'Thinking of giving someone a record as a a gift?' inner sleeve. Important Notice box on inner sleeve and Care of Record box.
Perimeter text in upper case characters only begins with 'EMI Records Ltd. All Rights...' and ends with '...Made in Gt Britain'.

Title B4 on label is written as 'Doctor Robert'.

Note: The runout matrix has a wide spaced typeface as referred to EMI Records EMI 1400 press machines.
B side runout stamper identity matrix at 3 o'clock (oriented to the matrix) for example is 'GOO' what can be deciphered as no. '155' - but this can change in this release depending on actual stamper.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (On labels): NCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A in brackets): YEX.605
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B in brackets): YEX.606
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped variant 1): YEX.605-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped variant 1): YEX.606-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped variant 2): YEX.605-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped variant 2): YEX.606-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped variant 3): YEX 605-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped variant 3): YEX 606-2

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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



  • StaticWednesday's avatar
    I have the -2/-4 version of this with HTM in the deadwax. This record rocks! It is so intense and high strung. Check out the solo in Just amazing and nice vinyl too.
    • stymye's avatar
      Edited 2 months ago
      I reviewed this -2 / -2 with a few different cartridges against the stereo Remaster and the mono from the 2022 set (played on a true mono setting )

      I love the remaster but im sorry ,this version walks all over it ,,its so dynamic ,punchy and well mixed .
      The mono was surprisingly close in every way ,but has such a great almost 3D soundscape simply fantastic
      Comparing this stereo to the 2022 mono they are like brothers
      I favor the mono over the rest
      But if I want stereo ,,this is it
      I dont have to change anything ,,just hit the mono switch on my vintage receiver.
      Perfect . They are that close in volume ,dynamics ,punch and clean ,,no noise
      • SartoriTangier's avatar
        Edited 3 months ago
        Nabbed a well cared for -2/-2 matrix of this pressing (even though the store advertised it as a ‘71 pressing because of the slight label variation) for $25.

        Don’t have any other pressing of this album to compare this to, but it sounds LOVELY. I know that people go crazy for the super early UK pressings, but this is a good value cut for the original stereo mix.
        • Idodeboer's avatar
          I have this 2 EMI box with etched matrix numbers yex 605-2 yex 606-2. It sounds not very good. The one with stamped numbers sounds wonderful…. Does anybody know the origin of the first one?
          • HoustonTX's avatar
            What is odd about this copy is that the weight of this vinyl is about as heavy as my Parlophone OG.
            I have “grammaphone” rims they are thinner vinyl than this “EMI” rimmed pressing. Sounds amazing too.
            -2 on both sides
            Unplayed copy found for $25
            • PixelMaker1's avatar
              I received a fantastic looking copy, -2/-2, the mastering is superb. If you can find one of these you will not be disappointed in that regard. However I think it's important to be careful when buying some of these mid-70's pressings. The surface of mine is downright NM, and the labels make it look like it was never played, but plays VG at most due to the amount of non-fill. It is so annoying that I'll probably never play this again.

              Be careful when buying it, maybe ask the seller what playback is like first, but I've now had more than a couple "flukes" with these LPs. Of course, if you can find a quiet one, it's well worth it.
              • atrainradio's avatar
                I prefer the mono mix, but as far as vintage stereo copies go - this is superb! Helps that my copy is minty fresh. The vinyl is quiet and the mix is loud, but not over driven. The two EMI box pressings are by far the best way to hear the original metalwork on likely cleaner vinyl and for less money than a first pressing.
                • Ricodeejay's avatar
                  Even if it is a third or later pressing the sound is amazing. Great dynamics and top quality vinyl


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