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The BeatlesSgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Label:Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – MFQR 1-100, EMI – MFQR 1-100
Series:UHQR Vinyl Series, Original Master Recording
Format:
Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
Country:US
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Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band2:01
A2With A Little Help From My Friends2:45
A3Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds3:30
A4Getting Better2:49
A5Fixing A Hole2:38
A6She's Leaving Home3:38
A7Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite2:39
B1Within You, Without You5:06
B2When I'm Sixty-Four2:39
B3Lovely Rita2:44
B4Good Morning, Good Morning2:42
B5Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)1:20
B6A Day In The Life5:10
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This rare boxed set was produced in a limited edition, individually hand numbered run of 5000. The UHQR itself stood for Ultra High Quality Record.
The vinyl is 180gm 'Super Vinyl', developed from improvements made during the creation of CD-4 Quadraphonic records. It is designed to be flatter, more consistent, harder wearing & pressed on an extreme precision press, almost totally eliminating disc eccentricity or warpage.

This gives excellent channel separation & is designed for a flat frequency response across the range with negligible distortion or mid-range disc surface vibration.

The box itself contains two carbon foam anti stain pads, one fold over stiffening card, a fold-out technical specification manual, a UHQR individually numbered & signed Certificate Of Authenticity, and the 13 Track vinyl LP in a unique hand numbered picture sleeve with anti-static inner.

The box itself is high quality, textured & embossed with red text.

Originally released in 1967.

Limited edition of 5000 custom pressings. It was made from the master stamper at the Victor Company of Japan (JVC) plant in Yokohama, Japan during the July 1982.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): MFSL-1-100-A3
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): MFSL-1-100-B3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A ): MFSL-1-100-A2 H121 ** SR/2 Ortofon
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MFSL-1-100-B3 UH131*** SR/2 Ortofon

Other Versions (5 of 1006)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, Album, Stereo)ParlophonePCSO 7027Australia1967
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, Album, Mono)OdeonPMC 7027France1967
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, Album, Stereo)Parlophone, ParlophonePCSM 7027, PCSM.7027New Zealand1967
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, Album, Mono)ParlophonePMC 7027UK1967
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (LP, Album, Gatefold)ParlophonePCS 7027Norway1967

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StefanoRamo's profile picture
StefanoRamo
My copy is 835, bought in 1983 for 110.000 Italian Lire (about 55 €). Simply the best Sgt Pepper among all the releases I have and one of the best sounding records of my collection
davidbartlett761's profile picture
davidbartlett761
My copy is 200 + pURE VINYL/ THEY ALSO PURE PRESSED INDIVDUALLY SIDE A THEN B /STAN RICKER DISERVES A OF CREDIT IN THIS PROJECT
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berkleymews
Edited one year ago
This is hands down the best presentation of Sgt Pepper that I own. I have several Capitol pressings (stereo and mono), stereo and mono CD, MFSL "The Collection" Japanese boxset version, UK Parlophone first mono (wide spine) and the Giles Martin remix. This one wins on all fronts, but clarity, soundstage and separation are premier. I don't have a first UK stereo, so I have not compared that one. Although this one is very expensive. If you love this album, like I do, it is worth every penny.
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chrisherbig12
Just got my copy. Seems pretty cool. I can't wait to play this on my Crosley Cruiser.
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steamybrown2003
Edited 11 months ago
“MFSL’s” ultimate edition, this presentation of “...Pepper” has it’s perks, one being the very unique and futuristic “Blade Runner”-esque’ packaging to be sure! The pressing quality ain’t bad either—perfection! The mastering on the other hand is sort of a mixed bag, but there is some improvements to be heard since 1967. The vocals for one are more centered here, they sit much better within the instrumentation overall—a “correction” to the original U.K.’s wide lopsided panning and placement. However, there is a bit of a compressed feeling on this 1982 effort, a sort of reservation to the music if you will. The mastering at times sounds less natural, and less inviting than it’s predecessor, and at other times it seems to reveal greater details that were buried underneath a blurred mess. I also took notice of some added and unnecessary treble boost here and there, especially on “With A Little Help...”, which makes Ringo’s drum set on that track sound like a “clinking, clanking, clattering collection of”,....well, you get the picture, it sticks out...Anyways, for me, this was a step in the right direction in getting a better “Stereo” version of “...Pepper”, but still, it ain’t no 67’ U.K. Mono, not by a long-shot.
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w4toosh
So, who can review this copy? Is anyone willing to give it a spin and comment on the mastering?