The BeatlesThe Beatles

Label:Universal Music Catalogue – 0602537734535, Apple Records – 0602537734535, Apple Records – PMC 7067-8
Series:The Beatles In Mono
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, Mono, 180 Gram
Country:UK, Europe & US
Style:Pop Rock, Experimental, Rock & Roll, Psychedelic Rock


A1Back In The U.S.S.R.2:42
A2Dear Prudence3:50
A3Glass Onion2:16
A4Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da3:07
A5Wild Honey Pie0:53
A6The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill3:11
A7While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Guitar [Uncredited]Eric Clapton
A8Happiness Is A Warm Gun2:41
B1Martha My Dear2:26
B2I'm So Tired2:03
B5Rocky Raccoon3:31
B6Don't Pass Me By3:49
B7Why Don't We Do It In The Road?1:40
B8I Will1:44
C2Yer Blues3:57
C3Mother Nature's Son2:46
C4Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey2:24
C5Sexy Sadie3:14
C6Helter Skelter3:40
C7Long, Long, Long3:02
D1Revolution 14:12
D2Honey Pie2:40
D3Savoy Truffle2:57
D4Cry Baby Cry3:00
D5Revolution 98:17
D6Good Night3:09

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Released in mono on 180-gram vinyl LPs, newly mastered from the analogue master tapes and with replicated artwork.
Includes a top opening gatefold cover, black inner sleeves, poster and four colour photos. A unique number is stamped on the front cover.
The front sticker has the barcode, tracklisting and mastering information. The back sticker has "Made in Germany".
Eric Clapton uncredited on A7 for contractual reasons.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Front Sticker): 6 02537 73453 5
  • Other (Disc 1 Catalog Number): 5099963380712
  • Other (Disc 1 Catalog Number): PMC 7067
  • Other (Disc 2 Catalog Number): 5099963380811
  • Other (Disc 2 Catalog Number): PMC 7068
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, variant 1): BD14117-01 A2 6338071 G.E. K.S. B.S. O
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, variant 1): 6338071 BD14117-01 B1 A i...i
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C, variant 1): BD14120-01 A1 E 6338081
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D, variant 1): 6338081 BD14120-01 B1 A i...i
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, variant 2): BD14117-01 A2 6338071 G.E. K.S. B.S. O =∤⨋
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, variant 2): 6338071 BD14117-01 B₁ A i...i V++
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C, variant 2): BD14120-01 A₁ V+X E 6338081
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D, variant 2): 6338081 BD14120-01 B₁ XƐ A i...i
  • Label Code: LC01846
  • Rights Society: SDRM BIEM

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The Beatles (2×LP, Album, Numbered, Stereo)Apple RecordsPCSO-7067-8Australia1968
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The Beatles (2×LP, Album, Numbered, Stereo)Apple Records, Apple RecordsPMCQ 31513/4, SMO 2051/52Italy1968
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The Beatles (2×LP, Album, Misprint, Numbered, Mono)Apple RecordsPMC 7067/8UK1968
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The Beatles (2×LP, Album, Numbered, Toploader, Grey number; Gatefold)Apple RecordsSMO 2051/52Germany1968
The Beatles (2×LP, Album, Numbered, Stereo)Apple RecordsPCS 7067/8UK1968



  • wvuvt1's avatar
    This has completely blown me away. In all fairness, I’m comparing it to an 80s Capital pressing (purple label which is a respectable pressing, and stereo).

    But in general, despite a poor comparison anyone can hear that this pressing is stunning. I have a mono phono pre amp which probably helps create that in your face but also 3d sound of a perfect mono pressing. I think what surprised me is the clarity and instrument separation.
    • ElectrixLadyLand's avatar
      Having now owned a few different version of the white album, this is my personal favourite. For context i'm comparing against the infamous 1981 mono, the 2009 remaster and the new 2018 GIles Martin box set. The 2014 mono pressing is immaculate, no hiss, snaps, crackles or pops. The sound of the music is stellar, its almost three dimensional which is hard to wrap your head around because its mono, but it really does have a 3D thing going on. Dear Prudence for example, it fills the room with the intricacy of the playing, the vocal amazing, and new backing vocals i've never realised was there before, its beautiful.

      I've since sold the 1981 mono, i don't see the need to have two mono versions, the Giles Martin stereo mix deserves a shout too, if you can get a copy without defects that is, i returned 2 bad pressing, the 3rd being faultless and is quite exceptional. 2009 Stereo, don't bother..

      All the above is just my opinion, never listened to any 1960s pressings so cannot comment.
      • HoustonTX's avatar
        Edited 2 months ago
        This Mono copy surprisingly sounds holographic at times and very punchy…I have since upgraded my whole system since my initial review.
        I honestly think this is a great sounding album.
        I still prefer a “-1” stereo… but this is just as enjoyable.
        Awesome album
        • ishan75's avatar
          Just as most of the LPs pressed after 2000 , just noise not music..junk
          • Tlayuda's avatar
            Edited one month ago
            Excellent and truly special pressing of this classic. The gatefold, inner sleeves and embossing are top class.
            I will always have mixed feelings on the mono vs stereo debate. The mono is punchier and the bass sounds fuller and deeper, some songs easily smoke the stereo (most of the loud/raw Lennon cuts), but other songs get cluttered (While My Guitar...). Also both Revolutions being fold downs makes me sad. I mostly listen to Sides A & B from this and C & D from an older stereo pressing.
            If you truly love this album, I recommend pulling the trigger on this plus a stereo copy of your choice. I paid $50 back in 2019 which I considered pricy, but now very worth it.
            • Juddie1's avatar
              Can anyone tell me if the four photos are the same as the photos in the 2018 reissue or are they more like the originals
              • DenverAirport's avatar
                Worth the hype for sure. Sounds clear and full. I’d take this over the last two White Album pressings I’ve owned. Not a huge Beatles fan but so glad I bought this, worth every penny.
                • t_recs's avatar
                  This one is really brilliant. Clean, dynamic Optimal pressed vinyl. The White Album rocks in mono but it’s hard to find, especially when you consider there’s only really two other versions out there you can buy (1968 original + 1981 reissue) which are both worth £££ and difficult to obtain in top condition. The sleeve reproduction, inserts and photos are all top notch. Contender for one of the best reissues of recent times? I think so. Highly recommend if you love this album.
                  • johhnnyD14's avatar
                    Grab a copy of this if you can. The sound quality is stellar, the mixes are represented spectacularly. You'll never hear the White Album in mono any better IMO.
                    • fab_1's avatar
                      Pretty shocking reading the reviews, as this is one hell of a great sounding record. You know a mono mix is properly cut when it sounds three dimensional. Although some tracks are simply not as enjoyable in mono, it’s still a good cut. Plus, you dont have to worry about crappy inner sleeves that the first mono pressing had, as well as the 1981 pressing. Lastly, drop dead quiet vinyl. Big W in my book


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