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The Beach BoysPet Sounds

Label:Analogue Productions – APP 067M, Universal Music Special Markets – B0019908-01, Capitol Records – T 2458
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress, Mono, 200g
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock


A1Wouldn't It Be Nice2:22
A2You Still Believe In Me2:33
A3That's Not Me2:27
A4Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)
Written By [Misprint]Wilson-Christian
A5I'm Waiting For The Day
Written-ByBrian Wilson, Mike Love
A6Let's Go Away For Awhile
Written-ByBrian Wilson
A7Sloop John B
Arranged By [Arr.]Brian Wilson
B1God Only Knows2:46
B2I Know There's An Answer
Written-ByBrian Wilson, Terry Sachen
B3Here Today2:38
B4I Just Wasn't Made For These Times3:21
B5Pet Sounds
Written-ByBrian Wilson
B6Caroline No2:16

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Repress of this 2015 release with different labels and barcode sticker.
Comes in rice paper inner sleeve, housed in thick card stock tip-on jacket, protected by stickered plastic wrapper. Pressed on 200-gram virgin vinyl. Includes an insert with credits, liner notes and mastering notes.

Back cover:
"Originally released in 1966. © 2015 Capitol Records, LLC.

Cover photo: Capitol Photo Studio/George Jerman/San Diego Zoo
Liner photos: Dave Jampel/Tokyo, Japan

Manufactured by Universal Music Enterprises, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc."

"Originally released in 1966. © 2014 Universal Music Enterprises, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc."

"Mastered by Kevin Gray at COHEARENT AUDIO, most from the original master tapes or best sources available
200-gram vinyl pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Lacquers plated by QRP's Gary Salstrom

Stoughton Printing tip-on heavyweight premium cardboard jackets /"

Roger Christian erroneously credited as writer on track A4.
Lacquer cutting credit taken from runouts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on wrapper, text): 7 53088 01671 4
  • Barcode (Sticker on wrapper, scanned): 753088016714
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side 1): T1-2458
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side 2): T2-2458
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1, etched): T-2458-A APP-067M [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2, etched): T-2458-B APP-067M [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1+2, stamped): QRP KEVIN GRAY
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Other (Barcode sticker, Analogue Productions): AAPC 067M
  • Other (Insert, Universal Music Special Markets): B0019454-01NS01

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Pet Sounds (LP, Album, LA Pressing, Duophonic)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsDT 2458, DT-2458US1966
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Pet Sounds (LP, Album, Mono)Capitol RecordsT 2458UK1966
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Pet Sounds (LP, Album)Capitol RecordsSTK 74 147Germany1966
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Pet Sounds (Reel-To-Reel, 3 ¾ ips, 2-Track Mono, Album)Capitol RecordsTA-T 2458UK1966
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Pet Sounds (LP, Album, Mono, Los Angeles Pressing)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsT 2458, T-2458US1966


fab_1's avatar
This is how the album should sound. Through its tough pressing history, this is the ultimate mono copy. Im not sure how an artisan pressing compares, but i know for a fact its probably 70% of this AP release. Not gonna go for the 45 edition, since i heard the improvement is minor.
beartron's avatar
Have this and the stereo pressing and generally prefer the mono. Really enjoyable. Stereo is pretty great as well, really a matter of preference.
djgfnd's avatar
"Wouldn't it be nice" sounds terrible and the rest of the album sounds amazing! I wondered why people even liked Mono pressings prior to listening to this. Powerful but the production is nothing compared to their English counterparts. The most important thing this album did was that it motivated the Beatles to write and record Rubber Soul & Revolver which are 2 of the most important albums that have ever been recorded
calypso420's avatar
I have a friend that has the stereo version of this same press. I will say I ordered this pressing because I have an older tube driven console hooked up to my turntable and figured it would be better as authentically analogue as possible. Compared to the stereo, this version is definitely a bit quieter, but also more dynamic. Not as bright as the stereo, but that’s not a bad thing and the lows really pop and the brass instruments stand out. It sounds like the record has more room to open up from quiet to louder and vice versa rather than full throttle constant loudness. Beautiful record, beautiful pressing. To me this record sounds more “authentic” than the stereo counterpart. You need a bit more volume but it’s worth it for that warm buttery goodness.
wibachinski's avatar
Remarkably quiet and stunningly dynamic, especially in the mid-low frequency range where I'm hearing more from this pressing than any other version I've heard, this is easily one of the best LPs in my collection!
mf_goon's avatar
Edited one year ago
Saw some reviews about the first issue of this analogue pressing having QC problems. I can only speak for my copy, but my repress is perfect. Kevin Gray killed it on this one