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The BeatlesRubber Soul

Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Beat, Rock & Roll
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Tracklist

Drive My Car
Norwegian Wood
You Won't See Me
Nowhere Man
Think For Yourself
The Word
Michelle
What Goes On
Girl
I'm Looking Through You
In My Life
Wait
If I Needed Someone
Run For Your Life

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    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Repress, Mono
    Ernest J. Day print
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Stereo, Album
    1st
    Parlophone – PCS 3075UK1965UK1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-07, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Odeon – SMO 84 066Germany1965Germany1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Parlophone – PMCM 1267New Zealand1965New Zealand1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Parlophone – PMC 1267Scandinavia1965Scandinavia1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442Canada1965Canada1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-00, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Odeon – OSX 232France1965France1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Parlophone – PCS 3075Denmark1965Denmark1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Stereo, Album
    Parlophone – PCS 3075India1965India1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Capitol Records – ST 2442, Capitol Records – ST-2442US1965US1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Parlophone – PCS 3075Netherlands1965Netherlands1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Parlophone – PCSJ 3075South Africa1965South Africa1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    "Loud Cut"
    Parlophone – PMC 1267Netherlands1965Netherlands1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Parlophone – PMC 1267India1965India1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul (Alma Elastica), 1965, VinylRubber Soul (Alma Elastica)
    LP, Album, Mono
    Odeon – OLP 509Venezuela1965Venezuela1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Odeon – LDC-36565Chile1965Chile1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Scranton Pressing, Beatles Not On Labels
    Capitol Records – ST 2442, Capitol Records – ST-2442US1965US1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Scranton, PA pressing
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Odeon – ET-100392Colombia1965Colombia1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Loud Cut
    Parlophone – PMCJ 1267South Africa1965South Africa1965
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Repress, Mono
    2nd Press, G&L print, Serif type
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album
    Parlophone – PCS 3075Philippines1965Philippines1965
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, Reel-To-ReelRubber Soul
    Reel-To-Reel, 3 ¾ ips, Mono, Album
    Parlophone – TA-PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Capitol Records – T-2442, Capitol Records – T 2442US1965US1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Parlophone – PCSM 3075, Parlophone – PCSM.3075New Zealand1965New Zealand1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Sleeve
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    "Loud Cut", Garrod & Lofthouse print
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Parlophone – PCS 3075Netherlands1965Netherlands1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Gloversville Pressing
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Loud Cut, Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Sleeve
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    -1/-4 Cut, Garrod & Lofthouse print
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Pinckneyville Pressing
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Repress, Mono
    3rd pressing
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Odeon – OSX HS 24.001France1965France1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-08, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Capitol Records – T 2442, Capitol Records – T-2442US1965US1965
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965-12-03, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    "Loud Cut"
    Parlophone – PMC 1267UK1965UK1965
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, VinylRubber Soul
    LP, Album, Mono
    Parlophone – PMCJ 1267South Africa1965South Africa1965
    New Submission
    Cover of Rubber Soul, 1965, 8-Track CartridgeRubber Soul
    8-Track Cartridge, Album
    Capitol Records – 8XT 2442US1965US1965
    • ScatteredFrog's avatar
      ScatteredFrog
      At least my copy of this Pinckneyville pressing actually has the reverb more commonly associated with the "East Coast" pressing!
      • Vinyl-TP's avatar
        Vinyl-TP
        Mono cartridge is Definitely the best way to listen to this pressing! No doubt! But! Mono or stereo, either way there is no excuse for releasing this with Michelle distorted like this. And I don’t want Anyone telling me that that’s just the way the recording was! Bullshit! Cuz my mint 78 UK stereo And my Red album are not distorted At All! They both beat the shit out of this pressing sound wise. It’s preposterous how much this is going for! I thought I was gonna be blown away, but of all the mono Beatle reissues This album is the least impressive by far. Complete waste of money! Seek out an early UK stereo pressing cuz it will Definitely blow this away! The Only way this sounds “great” is if you play it in an entry level turntable/system. I’ve done the A/B comparison like 20 times before writing this. Now I’m just pissed at myself for falling for the hype and dropping almost $200 for it
        • BrianKroodsma's avatar
          The 2012 remasters are immaculate. New collectors would be well served to build their entire Beatles collection with them
          • jtrollmann's avatar
            jtrollmann
            I just bought this release today and playing it for the first time. It's got a nice separation of instruments, as is Ringo's percussion. The vocals are clearly up front and the harmonies are beautiful. A very quiet pressing, unfortunately, mine has an oh so slight warp, but not enough to detract from the experience.
            • Nonsmoker's avatar
              Nonsmoker
              I appreciate all the work that the encyclopedians have done but I find it still difficult to identify the correct issue for albums like these. I wish there would be filters for the "tiny" details.
              • timothyeskew's avatar
                timothyeskew
                Great sounding US track listing. Easier to find in great condition than 70s & certainly 60s. If you want a US Rubber Soul, this is the one to get.
                • Paleophone's avatar
                  Paleophone
                  Perhaps the LPs that look like this but have the -5 matrix suffix (as mine does) should be an entry distinct from the -4 cut. The -5 cut is the sought after Hazel Yarwood cut. I'm under the impression that the -4 matrix sounds quite different.
                  • thelawyerguy's avatar
                    thelawyerguy
                    Lucky to find this one in an antique mall… sounds terrific. My first UK pressing and was blown away by how much more natural it sounds compared to the Capitol version or even the 2018 remix. Can’t go wrong with this one.
                    • emmetclark's avatar
                      emmetclark
                      I believe this is from one of the blue box sets. I purchased it from a vendor who had a ton of copies of these parlophone reissues, and a few forums state this matrix is from the set. It sounds great, no complaints, for $20 it was a great purchase.
                      • StaticWednesday's avatar
                        Edited one month ago
                        Ok. So I was looking thru my discogs Beatles releases and saw the negative reviews here. Everyone has their opinion but I also have one. My copy - purchased brand new when it came out- is flat perfect noiseless and sounds absolutely amazing..In fact sometimes you forget its a record! According to what I have read ...these were flat transfers from the tapes and are AAA. From what I understand they were cut with a Stereo cutting head. Which means ..and this is a good thing...that a stereo cart is perfectly fine and will get you 95% of the quality...I can confirm this as I have a Mono cart on my 2nd turntable. NOW 60's mono pressings ABSOLUTELY sound better with a MONO cart. IMO. No distortion anywhere ...beautiful sound.. excellent Mono center imaging and depth. I can only compare this version to the MONO cd box set version. Which ..although this one sounds better..the mono cd reflects a very similar sound as the vinyl. I also have some of the 80s red wax Japanese mono releases. And...although slightly "hotter"mixed than these...these are more UK sounding...they are comparable and just as good.

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