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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band


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FLAC album size:

1291 mb

MP3 album size:

1930 mb

WMA album size:

1830 mb

Other music formats:



4.3 ✱


Rock & Roll, Psychedelic Rock



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Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band FLAC

Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band FLAC


A1 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1:57
A2 With A Little Help From My Friends 2:34
A3 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 3:21
A4 Getting Better 2:42
A5 Fixing A Hole 2:29
A6 She's Leaving Home 3:19
A7 Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! 2:35
B1 Within You Without You 4:57
B2 When I'm Sixty-Four 2:34
B3 Lovely Rita 2:39
B4 Good Morning Good Morning 2:30
B5 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) 1:17
B6 A Day In The Life 4:55
C1 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Take 9) 2:38
C2 With A Little Help From My Friends (Take 1 - False Start & Take 2 - Instrumental) 3:19
C3 Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Take 1) 4:00
C4 Getting Better (Take 1 - Instrumental) 2:20
C5 Fixing a Hole (Take 3) 3:29
C6 She's Leaving Home (Take 1 - Instrumental) 3:50
C7 Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite! (Take 4) 3:25
D1 Within You Without You (Take 1 - Indian Instruments) 5:34
D2 When I'm Sixty-Four (Take 2) 3:03
D3 Lovely Rita (Take 9) 3:05
D4 Good Morning Good Morning (Take 8) 2:49
D5 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (Take 8) 1:57
D6 A Day In The Life (Take 1 & Hummed Last Chord) 4:51

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Calderstone Productions Limited
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Apple Corps Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Calderstone Productions Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Apple Corps Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH71657
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BH71985
  • Published By – Sony/ATV Music Publishing Ltd.
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Record Company – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Northern Songs Ltd.
  • Recorded At – EMI Studios
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Recorded At – Regent Sound Studios


  • Art Direction – Darren Evans
  • Assemblage [Wax Figures] – Madame Tussauds
  • Assemblage, Set Designer – Jann Haworth, Peter Blake
  • Coordinator [Mix Coordination] – Adam Sharp
  • Cover – M C Productions, The Apple
  • Edited By – Kevin Howlett
  • Edited By [Photo], Research – Aaron Bremner, Dorcas Lynn
  • Engineer [Principal] – Adrian Ibbetson (tracks: A6, C5), Geoff Emerick (tracks: A4), Ken Townsend (tracks: A4, C4), Malcolm Addey (tracks: A4, C4), Peter Vince (tracks: A4)
  • Engineer [Second] – Graham Kirkby (tracks: A5, C4), Ken Scott (tracks: A5, A7), Phillip McDonald* (tracks: B2, B6, D2), Richard Lush (tracks: A5, A7, B6)
  • Executive-Producer – Jeff Jones
  • Liner Notes [1987] – George Martin
  • Liner Notes [2017] – Giles Martin, Paul McCartney
  • Mastered By [Mastering Engineer], Lacquer Cut By – Miles Showell
  • Mixed By [Mix Assistant] – Greg McAllister, Matt Mysko
  • Mixed By [Mix Engineer] – Sam OKell
  • Orchestrated By – Mike Leander (tracks: A7)
  • Other [Image Acknowledgements] – Apple Corps Ltd.
  • Other [Image Acknowledgements], Photography By – Michael Cooper
  • Producer [2017 Release], Remix [Remixed By] – Giles Martin
  • Producer [Project] – Guy Hayden, Jonathan Clyde
  • Producer, Orchestrated By – George Martin
  • Research – Mike Heatley
  • Technician [Audio Restoratione] – James Clarke
  • Transferred By [Transfer Engineer] – Matthew Cocker
  • Written-By – Harrison* (tracks: B1, D1), Lennon-McCartney (tracks: A1 to A7, B2 to B6, C1 to C7, D2 to D6)


2-LP 50th Anniversary Edition

1st LP - New Stereo Mix by Giles Martin
2nd LP - Sgt. Pepper Studio Sessions

Insert 1 - 12" x 12" Card with Sgt Pepper Cut Outs
Insert 2 - 12" x 12" Folded Insert with Information about Anniversary Edition
Gatefold Cover

Pressed In Germany
Made in the EU

Spine reads "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band 2 LP Edition" and is printed so that it is read bottom-to-top when record is shelved

Track 2 is listed as: "A Little Help From My Friends" instead of "With A Little Help From My Friends"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text (on sticker)): 6 02557 45534 2
  • Barcode (Scanned (on sticker)): 602557455342
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): BH71657-01 A1 Miles Abbey Road ½ Speed 5745539 ᴧ ᴧ ᴧ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): BH71657-01 B1 Miles Abbey Road ½ Speed 5745539 ᴧ ᴧ ᴧ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, Etched): BH71985-01 A1 Miles Abbey Road ½ Speed 5745540
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, Etched): BH71985-01 B1 Miles Abbey Road ½ Speed 5745540
  • Label Code: LC01846
  • Other (Category LP1): 0602557455397
  • Other (Category LP2): 0602557455403
  • Rights Society: Sdrm Biem

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PMC 7027 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Parlophone PMC 7027 UK 1967
SMAS 2653 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Capitol Records SMAS 2653 US 1967
14C 064-04177, 2J064-04177 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat) EMI, EMI 14C 064-04177, 2J064-04177 Greece Unknown
PCS 7027 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Parlophone PCS 7027 Netherlands 1967
PCS 7027 The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ‎(LP, Album) Parlophone PCS 7027 Sweden Unknown

heart of sky
For those in the US -- this seems to have gone out of print. Before you order one overseas, it is worth checking Best Buy out of all places. You can check their inventory for this record online. A couple of stores near me still have some in stock.
Mistake!I only have the Anniversary edition with one LP.But the mix should be the same.
I am very disappointed by this mix!I compared this edition with the original PCS 7027 and the German Odeon SHZE 401 from 1967.This version sounds much deeper and bass heavier than the old ones.The highs are strongly reduced. The record is also quieter than the old ones.The old editions have a driving, forward pushing sound. This edition is perfect in sound but loses the character of the old pressings.During the whole time I had the feeling as if the record is played a little bit too slowly.
Here is a link to the vinyl reviews vinyl quality review of this specific pressing: https://vinylreviews.com/album/sgt-peppers-lonely-hearts-club-band-deluxe-edition/
Terrible mix. Much too loud. Avoid this one and get the mono version.
Hidden Winter
Now THIS is a remaster! The original stereo mix of Sgt. Pepper had significant issues, none of which enter into this new master, and overall, this is just a flawless piece of vinyl (or two). They went all out with this remaster, and this release in general. From the 1/2-speed mastering to the sturdy recreation of the original sleeve. The second LP is an excellent companion, and it's always great to hear Beatles sessions, particularly remastered Beatles sessions. But the real treasure here is Giles Martin's 50th anniversary remaster of the original LP. The precise and dynamic presence of each instrument is remarkable, and reverent of the original mono mix, but expanding it to a whole new level of sonic depth and clarity. Seldom do remasters truly astonish me. Frankly, they're more likely to frustrate, or downright infuriate me, than to impress, let alone astonish. The new stereo mix of Sgt. Pepper is nothing short of astonishing.
It is NOT a remaster, it is a REMIX. That's a huge difference and the two shouldn't be confused
Whoa, now this is different! Mono, “Look oooouuut! Cause here she comes!...She ain’t no dancer!”. Giles goes boldly where George never had to, “fixing a hole where the rain got in”, in Stereo that is!
This honestly sounds fantastic, just read the other posts to get the gist of it, one complaint though is that there’s a warp, it doesn’t effect the sound, but it’s still scary. I don’t know if the dog whistle works though, next time I can here my neighbor’s dog outside I’ll play it with the window open and update yall on it.
Excellent version! The stereo remixes are much better than the original stereo mixes. Totally clean pressing as well. The Studio Sessions LP is a nice novelty. The main attraction here is the fantastic stereo remix LP. Giles Martin has done it again!
Wow! This really is fantastic! My only criticism is that it's been mastered very slightly on the bright side of neutral. But to be honest that may have more to do with the current characteristics of my system than the record. It really is a thing of beauty and I'd recommend that every collector own a copy.
Must agree with what others have said, my uk copy sounds absolutely fantastic, totally clean, no pops or clicks, good volume, excellent sq. This is how vinyl should always be!
My copy sounds amazing. No noise and the mix is actually different from previous versions. It's more like the Cirque du Soleil mix.
Fantastic remix but awful pressing. The record is a little bit warped and you can hear a rumble on silent places of the record.The record is probably warped because there are a lot of materials and second record in very tiny cover.Don't see the necessity for a second record just to raise a price of the album.Who will listen to it more than once?It will be a better that there is instead of record some booklet with photographies and stories about the album.Shame on the record plant!
"Who will listen to it more than once"? Lots of folks! I think it's very kool to have extras, and on vinyl.
I just received and played my USA copy, manufactured in E.U. (which I suppose may be a historical artifact if the Manufacture was in the UK and not in Europe, re: Brexit) I opted for this vinyl version because my CD player is out of service and I don't currently own a DVD nor Blue Ray player for the 6-disk cd set. I will get that later. Upon playing this vinyl set I was delighted. I had never listened to the previously released mono version so I didn't have anything to compare this with other than the 1967 US stereo vinyl and the 2009 remastered CD and 50 years of having this album ingrained on my brain. So, while listening and expecting parts of the music to be where I normally listen to them to appear, I was pleasantly surprised to hear new things that I had previously missed or that sounded new (a different angle) to me. It was like getting a new Beatles album. I am also pleased with the tone of the vinyl. Most striking are the drums being brighter and more up front, the tone and placement of the bass and clarity of background vocals. Also various instruments, especially guitar, that seem new. I gave this release ***** stars. I will comment on individual songs later.
When ringo hits that bass drum on Lucy in the sky...oooooooh weeeee!
My copy seems to have a pressing issue. My tone arm moves dramatically from side to side as the record plays. The label shifts the same as the arm. Doesn't seem to affect the sound . Does anyone notice this issue? The sound is awesome on this record. Super quiet. The mix is louder. More drums. Deafening, droning, single note on the piano during Getting Better. Seriously, it was hurting my ears! I like the louder drum mix. Vocals and harmonies jump out of the speakers. Beautiful! The stereo pan is evened out. A little more centered than the 2009 mix. A kind of like the wide pan on 2009 a little better. Maybe because I'm used to it..? Great detail to the packaging. This album was created for us Beatles heads to enjoy, so listen and have fun!!!
You got a bad pressing. Return it and get a new one.
Yup. First one I got was pressed a little off center, second one I got off center too, but not as bad as the first. Kept the 2nd one, didn't affect sound. Hate seeing the tonearm wobble tho
I just received my UK copy and I'm listening to it as I'm reviewing it. I have 5 different copies of various mixes and editions through the years. This version is hands down a version that needs to be in your collection if you're a fan. Its like listening to it the first time all over again! I love it. Wished I would've bought 2 cause I'm going to wear this one out :-)
Steamy Ibis
Hah ! I did buy two copies ;) Keeping one sealed.
So I compared the two Sgt Peppers. The best I can say is that they are different. The new release is much more polished, less hiss and sibilance for example, but also less dynamic range. That is very visible looking at the two different wav files side by side. Side 1 can be a tossup but for side 2, I'll take the 1976 GB pressing. Within You Without You is way better on the earlier pressing and a little detail like the alarm clock in A Day In The Life is more present in the earlier release. The 1976 release is both brighter and bigger in the overall soundstage.Overall, the 50th is really nice, not disappointed, but not a must have just for the sound given the earlier release, which was a serious effort to reissue it using the best there was in the prime time of vinyl without the bs that comes with trying to keep up with demand when it first came out. Now the master tapes are 40 years older and it may show more than we would want to admit. All that said, if you don't have a quality earlier release, buy this, its worth it.I have the White Album from the same GB series and don't think I'll get the new one, given what it will probably cost and hearing the difference with Sgt Pepper. Magical Mystery Tour I might get because it would be a 100 % true stereo release. There never was one issued before in the US, including the 1981 MFSL pressing.
While the overall mix and mastering is superb, still sounds weird hearing the record like this, I prefer the mono version, however Fixing A Hole sounds truly amazing on this stereo cut and this version is by no means bad, some parts sound incredible
Astonishing record. I did not think it possible that a new Beatles record could surprise me, but this one could. The new mix is really great and is what it should have been for a long time. At least from the moment they began to remaster the record.I bought the Mono version a few years ago, which is also good, but this one stands in its own category. It is simply amazing.Beside the fabulous new mix it is also dead silent. No click, pop or hiss on the record. It could well be the best album on vinyl I have in my collection.I'm looking forward to what they'll be doing with "The White album" next year. Keep up the good work!
The left channel has a little more power than the right channel. Has anyone noticed it? Is it a defective of my copy? Thx
No not defective. Its the way it was mixed. Not very different from the original mix in this regard. Numbers don't always mean what they infer.
Beautifully remastered. Virtually no surface noise on the vinyl. I really don't have enough superlatives for how good this sounds. Worth every penny.
Ain't that the truth. My copies just arrived and I'll be slicing the shrink shortly. Gonna rip once out of the sleeve and after a proper cleaning on the VPI and compare.
It's NOT remastered. It's remixed. Big difference, but many people don't seem to understand ...

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