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The Beach BoysPet Sounds

Label:Capitol Records – ST 2458, Universal Music Group International – 00602547822291
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 180 Gram, 50th Anniversary Edition
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Art Rock, Surf, 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)2:52
A5I'm Waiting For The Day3:01
A6Let's Go Away For Awhile2:18
A7Sloop John B
Written-By [Uncredited]Bahamian folk song*
B1God Only Knows2:46
B2I Know There's An Answer3:10
B3Here Today2:38
B4I Just Wasn't Made For These Times3:21
B5Pet Sounds2:20
B6Caroline, No2:16

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50th anniversary edition, stereo mix on 180 gram vinyl.
Sticker on shrink wrap: "The Beach Boys Pet Sounds Stereo 50th Includes Download Voucher"

Rear cover, bottom:
This stereo record should be played only with a stereo cartridge and needle to avoid damage.
Stereo mix produced and mixed by Mark Linett under the supervision of Brian Wilson.
℗ © 2016 Capitol records, LLC, a division of UMG Recordings, inc. All rights reserved. Made in Holland.
Universal International Music B.V. Gerrit Van Der Veenlaan 4, 3743 DN, Baarn, Netherlands. BIEM/SDRM. LC 01846. 00602547822291.

Black Capitol Records label with rainbow ring.
Pre-order copies included a limited Pet Sounds 50th slipmat.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02547 82229 1
  • Barcode (Scan): 602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, variant 1): 16004 1A 00602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, variant 1): 16004 1B 00602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, variant 2): 16004 2A 00602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, variant 2): 16004 3B 00602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, variant 3): 16004 2A 00602547822291
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, variant 3): 16004 4B 00602547822291
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 01846

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Pet Sounds (LP, Album, LA Pressing, Duophonic)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsDT 2458, DT-2458US1966
Pet Sounds (LP, Album, Mono)Capitol RecordsT 2458UK1966
Pet Sounds (LP, Album)Capitol RecordsSTK 74 147Germany1966
Pet Sounds (Reel-To-Reel, 3 ¾ ips, 2-Track Mono, Album)Capitol RecordsTA-T 2458UK1966
Pet Sounds (LP, Album, Mono, Los Angeles Pressing)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsT 2458, T-2458US1966
Technocentral's profile picture
Way to do a standard reissue for a great price, cost me 23 euros, great dynamics, lovely stereo seperation, bass is phenomenal, sounds as good as so called all analogue, limed releases for 50+ euros or more.
tbonyai's profile picture
Bought two copies new and both has noticeable distortion during 'Sloop John B'(surely not my turntables fault). Apart from that it's a silent and great sounding lp.
iridescent-frog's profile picture
Absolutely amazing pressing. It sounds so clear and crisp. Dynamics are incredible. Highly recommend this pressing. Absolutely no issues with it.
theponchoguy's profile picture
Like being in the room with the Boys while they play Pet Sounds live. Spacious, rich warm sound is all you hear, (and coming from both sides on this stereo mix!) sounds great compared to my mono Carl and the Passions/Pet Sounds vinyl.
D.Whale's profile picture
My copy has the label of the A side on both sides.
KilburnKicks's profile picture
Edited 9 months ago
This is hands down the best version I have ever heard of this 1966 classic! I’ve always preferred the stereo mix, it has a much wider soundstage and the instruments sound clearer and more defined. I know Wilson cut it to be heard in mono, but he was deaf in his right ear so everything is in mono for him. The pressing is flawless, zero noise floor, rich bottom end and wondrous mids and highs. This 50th anniversary is simply the one to own. Was it sourced from the original master tapes? Who knows, and to be honest I don’t really care where it was sourced from, your ears tell you if a recording is good or not. 10/10 for this one!
bibijeebies's profile picture
Edited one year ago
Stunning flawless pressing. I previously owned only the standalone 1974 Brothers/Reprise mono version 'the way Brian cut it', but both versions have their merits. You wil hear details that are buried in the mono mix. Mark Linett did a great job in 1996.
alientransistor's profile picture
The european version is a little off center on side a. I asked for a replacement, got one, was also off center ... and I found a youtube video with the same issue. I was annoyed at first but to be honest, I can't hear any wow ... sound quality is great otherwise.
joshisjoshingu's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
Six months back, I finally opened up to the genius that is “Pet Sounds”. I knew I wanted it on vinyl, but couldn’t decide between Mono or Stereo. At first, I bought the mono version, but was unimpressed w/ the dynamics. Then I bought a stereo version & the difference was night and day! This release is almost comically lush; the details on display here expose the grandeur of this album as it was meant to be experienced.
ThermionicScott's profile picture
Great-sounding and quiet, which I don't take for granted on new records.