The Beatles - Abbey Road (Super Deluxe Edition)

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Artist:   The Beatles
Album Name:   Abbey Road (Super Deluxe Edition)
Genre:   Rock
Tracks:   40
Relase Date:   26 September 1969
Country:   USA

Abbey Road (Super Deluxe Edition) (The Beatles) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Come Together 4:20
2.Something 3:02
3.Maxwell's Silver Hammer 3:27
4.Oh! Darling 3:27
5.Octopus's Garden 2:50
6.I Want You (She's So Heavy) 7:47
7.Here Comes the Sun 3:05
8.Because 2:45
9.You Never Give Me Your Money 4:02
10.Sun King 2:26
11.Mean Mr Mustard 1:06
12.Polythene Pam 1:12
13.She Came In Through the Bathroom Window 1:58
14.Golden Slumbers 1:31
15.Carry That Weight 1:36
16.The End 2:21
17.Her Majesty 0:25
18.I Want You (She's So Heavy) 6:59
19.Goodbye 2:23
20.Something 3:37
21.The Ballad of John and Yoko 3:37
22.Old Brown Shoe 3:15
23.Oh! Darling 3:30
24.Octopus's Garden 1:43
25.You Never Give Me Your Money 5:17
26.Her Majesty 1:33
27.Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight 3:20
28.Here Comes the Sun 3:40
29.Maxwell's Silver Hammer 4:44
30.Come Together 3:30
31.The End 2:11
32.Come and Get It 2:42
33.Sun King 3:14
34.Mean Mr. Mustard 1:34
35.Polythene Pam 1:39
36.She Came In Through the Bathroom Window 2:06
37.Because 3:07
38.The Long One16:10
39.Something 2:41
40.Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight 3:17

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  • Mistress Alexis
    5 stars
    Pure Bliss. I became a fan of The Beatles at the age of 17, after hearing them sing, “Free As A Bird” on The Beatles Anthology in 1995. If you’re just as an avid lover of their music, as I am, I definitely recommend the Abbey Road album re-issue as it’s 2 hours and 13 minutes of pure bliss! <3
  • CraigMellor
    5 stars
    Like an old friend... but better. Long been my favorite Beatles album, this mix is crisper, cleaner, better use of modern stereo. Gives you the feeling of hearing it directly in the studio. Well done Giles... well done.
  • RonMaf
    5 stars
    Expanded my view. Listening to this just makes me appreciate the genius process that was the Beatles. Brilliant sound and awesome musical content!
  • tenssix
    5 stars
    Hell. Yes
  • wphelps
    1 stars
    Growing older and wiser. The beats were great, the words not so much. These boys started the thinking leading to a global melt down with the likes of the liberals.
  • yankeelaw2001
    5 stars
    Wow.. I’ve listened to Abby Road on all formats over 4 decades. This remaster is amazing. “Something” makes my hair stand up. The background vocals are crystal clear and remarkable. “Here comes the Sun” and “Because” pretty much forces you to sing along. The bass and drums (Kick and toms)are clear and well pronounced. The stereo mixes truly engulf you. I’ve only heard a fraction of the additional takes so far but I’m floored. Get this.
  • 123go456stop
    5 stars
    What a masterpiece thanks to Giles Martin!. So much insight into the Beatles final album. They appeared to be quite animated at that time.
  • James J 1984
    5 stars
    1699. Good music cannot wait for the Vinyl record👍👍
  • Bernoit
    5 stars
    Beautifully done!. If you truly love The Beatles then this is a must have. There's no one on this planet that is more qualified to remix these classics than Giles Martin. He gives them the treatment they deserve. And the book and outtakes are just top notch!
  • That One Guy!
    3 stars
    Good overall, but.... Alright, most of the mixes sound pretty good, but there are a few disappointments. First, in the song "You Never Give Me Your Money" when it gets to the line "One sweet dream...", the original reverb (double-track?) effect on Paul's voice is gone, and it's just one lonely unaltered vocal track. HUGE mistake right there. Then on "The End" the different guitar parts are shuffled all around from Left, Center, and Right speakers instead of all parts being centered all the time. It doesn't sound good. When it comes to the deluxe songs. I don't care about the earlier takes, but I was disappointed to hear that Paul’s "Goodbye" demo is still the same low-quality version (with the frequency constantly changing) that's been floating around on bootlegs for years. The drums in "Come and Get It" are only in the right speaker, which is really annoying. The Anthology 3 mix is a better. And finally, there are no new mixes of the final versions of "Ballad of John & Yoko" and "Old Brown Shoe". But again, the main album is mostly good!
  • bobcatvictim
    5 stars
    This is the best singalong album ever made!. Don’t know how to thank you guys
  • ElJefeDonGregorio
    3 stars
    Mean Mr. Mustard. Mean Mr. Mustard is all drums and cymbals. No booming bass. Sounds different.
  • Flamerockshard
    3 stars
    Flamerockshard. I am not impressed. Why mess with perfection? There were a couple of tweaks on "The End" that I liked but this is just a way to sell more albums.!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • darryltx
    5 stars
    Perfect. Favorite album of all time. This album originally came out one week after the day I was born and is probably my earliest memory of hearing music. My parents played it often and to me it sounds like home. Probably why I love it so much. Thank You Beatles!
  • Beatleman74
    5 stars
    George Harrison shines & Could Have used more outtakes. The Ballad of John & Yoko with just Paul & John plus Old Brown Shoe by George is really unique aka the simplier the better. To be honest, was looking for more outtakes. Some of the outtakes, one can tell is just re-recording the one channel and leaving the other off (you can hear it in the background) cheap way of milking things! This is my last reissue. How many times can one purchase the same songs? This is getting like what they did for Elvis Presley's songbook. Not again for me.
  • ayitikarlitos
    4 stars
    A worthy effort, but why No Booklet?. Sounds amazing and the Demos and chatter are great for putting this listener in the mix. My only complaint would be that unlike the 2017 50th anniversary Sgt. Peppers remix, this one has no book of anecdotes, information and liner note perspectives. That seems like a missed opportunity, no?
  • rgrogan93
    5 stars
    The best just got better!. Abbey Road is my favorite album. I love this remix version and the outtakes are great. Come Together, Oh! Darling & Here Comes the Sun is even better; if that is possible. John’s singing is so crisp with the remix of I Want You (She’s so Heavy) that you feel like your in the studio... also I Love the Trident version. The ‘Something’ Demo version sounds to me like it could be on All Thing Must Pass... just simply outstanding! The iTunes Review indicates that the guitar solos for ‘The End’ go left (Paul), center (George) & right (John); but to me it sounds like it is left (Paul), right (George) & center (John) and then starting over with left for Paul. Either way, I love how this sounds and makes the solos more distinct, especially the transition from Paul to George. The banter between them sounds like there is no animosity and they having fun. No wonder the Album is a classic.
  • Mando33
    5 stars
    Goodbye. I had never heard this song "Goodbye" and I am a McCartney freak. Long live the Beatles.
  • Theywontstopcallingmemam
    5 stars
    Worth it!. It’s worth it to hear the alternate Trident take of “I Want You Shes So Heavy”, highlighting Billy Preston‘s playing!
  • #ninedream
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. It was a Masterpiece when I bought it in 1969 and a Masterpiece 50 years later. Only one o a kind talent will Ever do that.
  • NirkOne
    5 stars
    Beautiful LP. My favorite Beatles LP? The White Album. So many personalities to it. Accoustic and honest. It starts off with the rocking "Back in the USSR" and and ends with the beautiful "Goodnight" from Ringo. Though I think Abbey Road is their best LP. Well done and highly polished. I remember WAY BACK my mother bought me Abbey Road on 8-track for Christmas. That 8-track and my mother are long gone but she would buy this for me as well. Jeff Blovat
  • InnerRevolution7
    5 stars
    Yes its worth it!. Been waiting for this one, and its here. And its AMAZING! LOVE the remix! LOVE the extras! 100% Beautiful!
  • Laximus Maximus
    5 stars
    Wow. Sounds like it was recorded in 2019. Power of technology
  • WittMichael
    5 stars
    Pristine. The remastering of this album sets a new standard. I honestly cannot believe what I am hearing! Be sure to listen to this on a quality pair of headphones (Bose or Beats Studio). It’s a true experience.
  • Chicoartist
    5 stars
    Rolled my eyes when I first heard about this .... I just finished listening to all 40 tracks, and I have to say ... by George (pun intended) it’s an improvement! The spirit, flavor, and intent of the original release is here, with nothing changed or artificially enhanced for change’s sake, but our listening experience is greatly enhanced, and, I’d wager, truer and a couple of levels closer to actually sitting in the studio - the mixes are that much more cleaner and deeper. Come Together, for one, will make you stop what you’re doing to just listen and absorb, and hands down this is the best Here Comes The Sun ever heard outside of Abbey Road Studios. I had to listen to the latter twice on my first pass just to marvel at the actual depth of the song. Just ... wow. 👍🏼👍🏼
  • MadMac10
    3 stars
    I Always Give You My Money. It amazes me how The Beatles still manage to get me to fork over the lucre. We baby boomers just can't let go of the eternal youth the Fab Four promised us. But here you go... take my money!
  • Hprheozhwofuwndodbriucududuc
    5 stars
    ✌️poggers✌️. Poggers
  • ACTom1701
    5 stars
    Wow. This was the one Beatles album I didn't think needed a remix. I just got done listening to the "original album" part. It is absolutely fantastic. Everything on this was perfect. This was one tremendous experience.
  • You #10 GI
    5 stars
    Abbey Road Anniversary 2 CD deluxe. All you need is this set at Amazon for $19.72 The Deluxe 2CD set pairs the new stereo mix, sourced directly from the original eight-track session tapes with versions taken from the session takes and demo recordings of its 17 songs, sequenced to match the album’s running order. The two discs are presented in a digipak with a 40-page booklet. iTunes should offer this set but it’s not for sale unfortunately I would of purchased it already. Track listing & details Track Listings Disc: 1 Come Together Something Maxwell's Silver Hammer Oh! Darling Octopus's Garden I Want You (She's So Heavy) Here Comes The Sun Because You Never Give Me Your Money Sun King Mean Mr Mustard Polythene Pam She Came In Through The Bathroom Window Golden Slumbers Carry That Weight The End Her Majesty Disc: 2 Come Together (Take 5) Something (Studio Demo) Maxwell's Silver Hammer (Take 12) Oh! Darling (Take 4) Octopus's Garden (Take 9) I Want You (She's So Heavy) (Trident Recording Session & Reduction Mix) Here Comes The Sun (Take 9) Because (Take 1 Instrumental) You Never Give Me Your Money (Take 36) Sun King (Take 20) Mean Mr Mustard (Take 20) Polythene Pam (Take 27) She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Take 27) Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3 / Medley) The End (Take 3) Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
  • Juan Figueredo R.
    5 stars
    Una obra maestra. 👌
  • RubberSol
    5 stars
    Great Work Overall. The new remixed version of backing vocals are great, I really appreciate how the remixed version adjusts and handles the origin. The base line and backing vocals are never this great and cristal clear.
  • rbjonesy
    5 stars
    Abbey Road, Let It Be...All Things Must Pass?. Well, we didn't need it, but, we're getting it. Abbey Road remixed, and the studio outtakes. I'll say that the "Something" remix, and the strings only track, really raise the profile of this song. So it will be interesting to hear the rest. Not more "Silver Hammer", but, well, anyways...Now, what exactly are we going to get next year for the 50th Anniversary of the release of "Let It Be"? The Peter Jackson reboot of the original documentary will certainly be worth seeing, but if there ever was a remix project fraught with second guessing, that'll be it. Do we get a remix of Spector's work? the "Naked" version? The Glyn Johns "Get Back" version? Well, since they want to get 150 bucks from everyone, bet on all three plus more. Wondering...will Olivia let Giles Martin remix ATMP? George considered doing it for the 30th Anniv. remaster....Hmmm.
  • JimmyLee69
    5 stars
    Sounds Good ! This is getting beyond crazy!. Marketing to the max ! We already have these ? Why keep marketing! With these unnecessary tracks ? I guess if your that infatuated? What's Ballad of John And Yoko doing on Abbey Road.... Tacky!
  • SUFI
    2 stars
    gimmick. Remixing is a gimmik, pointless.
  • Kris561_
    1 stars
    Milking it!. How many times are their albums going to be rereleased? Jesus...
  • Jackiedo123
    5 stars
    @K!ch!ga. I agree, those are awful songs, But I'll still buy.
  • JOne70
    1 stars
    What's next.... "Paul and John coughing in unison" wow, they are really squeezing every last drop of $$ out of this classic.
  • K!ch!ga!
    3 stars
    Filler. Not the perfect album everyone says it is. Tracks 3 and 5 are complete throwaways.
  • vivi civic
    5 stars
    One of my favorite albums!!!. Can’t wait to hear the remix of here comes the sun! (My favorite song on this album) I’m also excited to hear take 9 of the same song!!! The Beatles are the greatest band ever!! But please, if Apple Corps reads this do the same thing for The Beatles earlier albums!!! I’d love to hear what outtakes were from the tapes for those albums! Also to That one guy, those songs that don’t have a remix were recorded during the sessions for the album
  • Electric Skydog
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. This album changed the direction of music and influenced the style of the next generation of great artists. It’s not that people wanted to copy it as much as it show them what could be done in their own music. A moment in musical greatness.
  • Chris McKenzie
    4 stars
    Unfortunately.... ...we don’t have the option to buy all the outtakes without also buying the remix. After Giles spoiled the White Album, I would far rather ignore any future remixes—but apparently I won’t have that option if I want the medley remix. Oh well. At least the price is right.
  • JTdesign
    5 stars
    Greatest Album Ever – Super Deluxe. To begin with, Abbey Road is a 10 on a scale of 5. That said, honestly I'm not crazy about the 2019 mix of Something. But I'm really interested in all the extras.
  • monstar246
    5 stars
    idk why it’s back. but im definitely not complaining
  • tomcat1122
    5 stars
    by That One Guy!. Honey, you need a life!
  • Mistress Alexis
    5 stars
    Pure Bliss. I became a fan of The Beatles at the age of 17, after hearing them sing, “Free As A Bird” on The Beatles Anthology in 1995. If you’re just as an avid lover of their music, as I am, I definitely recommend the Abbey Road album re-issue as it’s 2 hours and 13 minutes of pure bliss! <3
  • CraigMellor
    5 stars
    Like an old friend... but better. Long been my favorite Beatles album, this mix is crisper, cleaner, better use of modern stereo. Gives you the feeling of hearing it directly in the studio. Well done Giles... well done.
  • RonMaf
    5 stars
    Expanded my view. Listening to this just makes me appreciate the genius process that was the Beatles. Brilliant sound and awesome musical content!
  • tenssix
    5 stars
    Hell. Yes
  • wphelps
    1 stars
    Growing older and wiser. The beats were great, the words not so much. These boys started the thinking leading to a global melt down with the likes of the liberals.
  • yankeelaw2001
    5 stars
    Wow.. I’ve listened to Abby Road on all formats over 4 decades. This remaster is amazing. “Something” makes my hair stand up. The background vocals are crystal clear and remarkable. “Here comes the Sun” and “Because” pretty much forces you to sing along. The bass and drums (Kick and toms)are clear and well pronounced. The stereo mixes truly engulf you. I’ve only heard a fraction of the additional takes so far but I’m floored. Get this.
  • 123go456stop
    5 stars
    What a masterpiece thanks to Giles Martin!. So much insight into the Beatles final album. They appeared to be quite animated at that time.
  • James J 1984
    5 stars
    1699. Good music cannot wait for the Vinyl record👍👍
  • Bernoit
    5 stars
    Beautifully done!. If you truly love The Beatles then this is a must have. There's no one on this planet that is more qualified to remix these classics than Giles Martin. He gives them the treatment they deserve. And the book and outtakes are just top notch!
  • That One Guy!
    3 stars
    Good overall, but.... Alright, most of the mixes sound pretty good, but there are a few disappointments. First, in the song "You Never Give Me Your Money" when it gets to the line "One sweet dream...", the original reverb (double-track?) effect on Paul's voice is gone, and it's just one lonely unaltered vocal track. HUGE mistake right there. Then on "The End" the different guitar parts are shuffled all around from Left, Center, and Right speakers instead of all parts being centered all the time. It doesn't sound good. When it comes to the deluxe songs. I don't care about the earlier takes, but I was disappointed to hear that Paul’s "Goodbye" demo is still the same low-quality version (with the frequency constantly changing) that's been floating around on bootlegs for years. The drums in "Come and Get It" are only in the right speaker, which is really annoying. The Anthology 3 mix is a better. And finally, there are no new mixes of the final versions of "Ballad of John & Yoko" and "Old Brown Shoe". But again, the main album is mostly good!
  • bobcatvictim
    5 stars
    This is the best singalong album ever made!. Don’t know how to thank you guys
  • ElJefeDonGregorio
    3 stars
    Mean Mr. Mustard. Mean Mr. Mustard is all drums and cymbals. No booming bass. Sounds different.
  • Flamerockshard
    3 stars
    Flamerockshard. I am not impressed. Why mess with perfection? There were a couple of tweaks on "The End" that I liked but this is just a way to sell more albums.!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • darryltx
    5 stars
    Perfect. Favorite album of all time. This album originally came out one week after the day I was born and is probably my earliest memory of hearing music. My parents played it often and to me it sounds like home. Probably why I love it so much. Thank You Beatles!
  • Beatleman74
    5 stars
    George Harrison shines & Could Have used more outtakes. The Ballad of John & Yoko with just Paul & John plus Old Brown Shoe by George is really unique aka the simplier the better. To be honest, was looking for more outtakes. Some of the outtakes, one can tell is just re-recording the one channel and leaving the other off (you can hear it in the background) cheap way of milking things! This is my last reissue. How many times can one purchase the same songs? This is getting like what they did for Elvis Presley's songbook. Not again for me.
  • ayitikarlitos
    4 stars
    A worthy effort, but why No Booklet?. Sounds amazing and the Demos and chatter are great for putting this listener in the mix. My only complaint would be that unlike the 2017 50th anniversary Sgt. Peppers remix, this one has no book of anecdotes, information and liner note perspectives. That seems like a missed opportunity, no?
  • rgrogan93
    5 stars
    The best just got better!. Abbey Road is my favorite album. I love this remix version and the outtakes are great. Come Together, Oh! Darling & Here Comes the Sun is even better; if that is possible. John’s singing is so crisp with the remix of I Want You (She’s so Heavy) that you feel like your in the studio... also I Love the Trident version. The ‘Something’ Demo version sounds to me like it could be on All Thing Must Pass... just simply outstanding! The iTunes Review indicates that the guitar solos for ‘The End’ go left (Paul), center (George) & right (John); but to me it sounds like it is left (Paul), right (George) & center (John) and then starting over with left for Paul. Either way, I love how this sounds and makes the solos more distinct, especially the transition from Paul to George. The banter between them sounds like there is no animosity and they having fun. No wonder the Album is a classic.
  • Mando33
    5 stars
    Goodbye. I had never heard this song "Goodbye" and I am a McCartney freak. Long live the Beatles.
  • Theywontstopcallingmemam
    5 stars
    Worth it!. It’s worth it to hear the alternate Trident take of “I Want You Shes So Heavy”, highlighting Billy Preston‘s playing!
  • #ninedream
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. It was a Masterpiece when I bought it in 1969 and a Masterpiece 50 years later. Only one o a kind talent will Ever do that.
  • NirkOne
    5 stars
    Beautiful LP. My favorite Beatles LP? The White Album. So many personalities to it. Accoustic and honest. It starts off with the rocking "Back in the USSR" and and ends with the beautiful "Goodnight" from Ringo. Though I think Abbey Road is their best LP. Well done and highly polished. I remember WAY BACK my mother bought me Abbey Road on 8-track for Christmas. That 8-track and my mother are long gone but she would buy this for me as well. Jeff Blovat
  • InnerRevolution7
    5 stars
    Yes its worth it!. Been waiting for this one, and its here. And its AMAZING! LOVE the remix! LOVE the extras! 100% Beautiful!
  • Laximus Maximus
    5 stars
    Wow. Sounds like it was recorded in 2019. Power of technology
  • WittMichael
    5 stars
    Pristine. The remastering of this album sets a new standard. I honestly cannot believe what I am hearing! Be sure to listen to this on a quality pair of headphones (Bose or Beats Studio). It’s a true experience.
  • Chicoartist
    5 stars
    Rolled my eyes when I first heard about this .... I just finished listening to all 40 tracks, and I have to say ... by George (pun intended) it’s an improvement! The spirit, flavor, and intent of the original release is here, with nothing changed or artificially enhanced for change’s sake, but our listening experience is greatly enhanced, and, I’d wager, truer and a couple of levels closer to actually sitting in the studio - the mixes are that much more cleaner and deeper. Come Together, for one, will make you stop what you’re doing to just listen and absorb, and hands down this is the best Here Comes The Sun ever heard outside of Abbey Road Studios. I had to listen to the latter twice on my first pass just to marvel at the actual depth of the song. Just ... wow. 👍🏼👍🏼
  • MadMac10
    3 stars
    I Always Give You My Money. It amazes me how The Beatles still manage to get me to fork over the lucre. We baby boomers just can't let go of the eternal youth the Fab Four promised us. But here you go... take my money!
  • Hprheozhwofuwndodbriucududuc
    5 stars
    ✌️poggers✌️. Poggers
  • ACTom1701
    5 stars
    Wow. This was the one Beatles album I didn't think needed a remix. I just got done listening to the "original album" part. It is absolutely fantastic. Everything on this was perfect. This was one tremendous experience.
  • You #10 GI
    5 stars
    Abbey Road Anniversary 2 CD deluxe. All you need is this set at Amazon for $19.72 The Deluxe 2CD set pairs the new stereo mix, sourced directly from the original eight-track session tapes with versions taken from the session takes and demo recordings of its 17 songs, sequenced to match the album’s running order. The two discs are presented in a digipak with a 40-page booklet. iTunes should offer this set but it’s not for sale unfortunately I would of purchased it already. Track listing & details Track Listings Disc: 1 Come Together Something Maxwell's Silver Hammer Oh! Darling Octopus's Garden I Want You (She's So Heavy) Here Comes The Sun Because You Never Give Me Your Money Sun King Mean Mr Mustard Polythene Pam She Came In Through The Bathroom Window Golden Slumbers Carry That Weight The End Her Majesty Disc: 2 Come Together (Take 5) Something (Studio Demo) Maxwell's Silver Hammer (Take 12) Oh! Darling (Take 4) Octopus's Garden (Take 9) I Want You (She's So Heavy) (Trident Recording Session & Reduction Mix) Here Comes The Sun (Take 9) Because (Take 1 Instrumental) You Never Give Me Your Money (Take 36) Sun King (Take 20) Mean Mr Mustard (Take 20) Polythene Pam (Take 27) She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (Take 27) Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (Takes 1-3 / Medley) The End (Take 3) Her Majesty (Takes 1-3)
  • Juan Figueredo R.
    5 stars
    Una obra maestra. 👌
  • RubberSol
    5 stars
    Great Work Overall. The new remixed version of backing vocals are great, I really appreciate how the remixed version adjusts and handles the origin. The base line and backing vocals are never this great and cristal clear.
  • rbjonesy
    5 stars
    Abbey Road, Let It Be...All Things Must Pass?. Well, we didn't need it, but, we're getting it. Abbey Road remixed, and the studio outtakes. I'll say that the "Something" remix, and the strings only track, really raise the profile of this song. So it will be interesting to hear the rest. Not more "Silver Hammer", but, well, anyways...Now, what exactly are we going to get next year for the 50th Anniversary of the release of "Let It Be"? The Peter Jackson reboot of the original documentary will certainly be worth seeing, but if there ever was a remix project fraught with second guessing, that'll be it. Do we get a remix of Spector's work? the "Naked" version? The Glyn Johns "Get Back" version? Well, since they want to get 150 bucks from everyone, bet on all three plus more. Wondering...will Olivia let Giles Martin remix ATMP? George considered doing it for the 30th Anniv. remaster....Hmmm.
  • JimmyLee69
    5 stars
    Sounds Good ! This is getting beyond crazy!. Marketing to the max ! We already have these ? Why keep marketing! With these unnecessary tracks ? I guess if your that infatuated? What's Ballad of John And Yoko doing on Abbey Road.... Tacky!
  • SUFI
    2 stars
    gimmick. Remixing is a gimmik, pointless.
  • Kris561_
    1 stars
    Milking it!. How many times are their albums going to be rereleased? Jesus...
  • Jackiedo123
    5 stars
    @K!ch!ga. I agree, those are awful songs, But I'll still buy.
  • JOne70
    1 stars
    What's next.... "Paul and John coughing in unison" wow, they are really squeezing every last drop of $$ out of this classic.
  • K!ch!ga!
    3 stars
    Filler. Not the perfect album everyone says it is. Tracks 3 and 5 are complete throwaways.
  • vivi civic
    5 stars
    One of my favorite albums!!!. Can’t wait to hear the remix of here comes the sun! (My favorite song on this album) I’m also excited to hear take 9 of the same song!!! The Beatles are the greatest band ever!! But please, if Apple Corps reads this do the same thing for The Beatles earlier albums!!! I’d love to hear what outtakes were from the tapes for those albums! Also to That one guy, those songs that don’t have a remix were recorded during the sessions for the album
  • Electric Skydog
    5 stars
    Masterpiece. This album changed the direction of music and influenced the style of the next generation of great artists. It’s not that people wanted to copy it as much as it show them what could be done in their own music. A moment in musical greatness.
  • Chris McKenzie
    4 stars
    Unfortunately.... ...we don’t have the option to buy all the outtakes without also buying the remix. After Giles spoiled the White Album, I would far rather ignore any future remixes—but apparently I won’t have that option if I want the medley remix. Oh well. At least the price is right.
  • JTdesign
    5 stars
    Greatest Album Ever – Super Deluxe. To begin with, Abbey Road is a 10 on a scale of 5. That said, honestly I'm not crazy about the 2019 mix of Something. But I'm really interested in all the extras.
  • monstar246
    5 stars
    idk why it’s back. but im definitely not complaining
  • tomcat1122
    5 stars
    by That One Guy!. Honey, you need a life!

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