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The BeatlesRevolver

Label:Parlophone – PMC 7009
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Style:Psychedelic Rock, Pop 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
B4Dr. Robert
B5I Want To Tell You
B6Got To Get You Into My Life
B7Tomorrow Never Knows

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''Flipback'' cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): XEX.605
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): XEX.606
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): XEX 605-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): XEX 606-2
  • Rights Society: NCB

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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, 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
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Revolver (LP, Mono, Album)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsT 2576, T-2576US1966
Saved4yrs's avatar
I have The Beatles Revolver PCS 7009. Stamper YEX-606-1 YEX.605-1. But also on dead wax is GO and RD. should that mean anything Important.
Saved4yrs's avatar
what are letters one dead wax ? Stampers like GO RD
quenoz's avatar
my copy has mustache on there faces in the back and the run off has the 606-1 on side 2
ross3065's avatar
I have a copy of the first edition, with the 606-1 on the run off.
On the label, side 2 song 4 - the title is printed Dr. Robert
Sbaxter123's avatar
Can anyone tell me if it's Dr or Doctor that is the misprint on the early UK releases of this record? I have searched the web but am just plain confused now.
kim_olesen's avatar
Edited 8 years ago
I have a Danish pressing of Revolver that has mono on one side of the album and stereo on the other. I looked at all the known variations on discogs
and none has the combination of matrixes that mine has.

side a is: xex 605 - 2
side b is: yex 606 - 1

Can anybody shed some light on this?

I don't know how to post pictures on this forum but i posted pictures over here:

I've tried to add it to the database but it's simply too complicated for me. I couldn't even make it find The Beatles as artist. And the picture upload window never came up.
mundayschild's avatar
Edited 8 years ago
Once again, I point to this very useful mine of info on Beatles vinyl - which tells you which version is which. My copy is apparently a stereo first pressing 'variation A' copy with the 'Dr Robert' sleeve and 'Dr Robert' label typo and the early 'Love You To (sic) mis spelling.
It's a mind bending feild of info on the Beatles stuff and collectors it sems can be very anal about such things!!
Again, its a great LP and mine sounds tip top. Incidentally I got mine from here for about twenty quid a few years ago.
skproductions's avatar
There is a much rarer mono version [very] first pressing, hastily withdrawn, which had a different mix of "Tomorrow Never Knows" (known as "remix 11") this has a matrix number on side 2 of XEX 606-1.
LOST-in-Vinyl's avatar
Edited 9 years ago
That is not true Spirantho. -2 is on both sides of the Mono 2nd pressing. Mine is the older 2nd pressing with Dr. Robert not Doctor, and with taxman and Eleanor Rigby on one line on the label. Also has the garrod and lofthouse sleeve. Same cut as the - 1 meaning they are both tube presses. The description is correct. Either way my favorite record, are close. Sounds unbelievable. Nothing like the original tube cut mono uk press.
lancashirearab's avatar
My copy has a flip back cover and it is printed by Garrod & Lofthouse.