THE BEATLES -'REVOLVER' Released in August 1966, this ground-breaking album changed popular music forever. Voted Rolling Stone Magazine 3rd greatest album of all time. This pressing is unique as it includes the alternate'remix 11' of'Tomorrow Never Knows' which was only available on vinyl releases with an'XEX 606.
This mix was replaced with an alternate mix after the first day of pressing and'remix 11' has never been commercially available since. This spectacular UK 1st mono pressing dates from day of release on 5th August 1966 on the black & yellow Parlophone label: PMC 7009.
Matrix numbers: XEX 605-2 & XEX 606-1. The disc is housed in a front laminated, tri-flipback, "Garrod & Lofthouse" printed mono cover. Complete with its original plain white'Patents Applied For' worded inner-sleeve. Pristine pair - see photos.The vinyl is in wonderful condition with nothing more than a couple of barely visible wisps and an sparkling rainbow shine directly beneath halogen light. Both sides of this immaculate disc lie 100% flat on the turntable. Played sparingly , this album sounds amazing. There is not trace of any grove/playwear.
You will not be disappointed with this album. Carefully stored in a non-smoking environment, this beautiful example is as clean & fresh as when it left the store 54 years ago. The front panel is perfectly white & glossy with no yellowing, scratching, ringwear. Please see detailed photos showing a couple of minor laminate marks. All corners are in great condition, see photos.The rear panel is clean & black where it should be with no ringwear, writing or missing/rubbed paper. All flipbacks are fully intact and in-place. Both upper & lower seams are smooth, unstressed & unsplit.
The spine is fully laminated and worded. The item "The Beatles Revolver Ex ++Vinyl/Ex++ Cover UK 1966 1st Press'XEX 606-1' side 2" is in sale since Wednesday, April 1, 2020.This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "parlophone1960" and is located in Springwood, New South Wales. This item can be shipped worldwide.