- Vinyl (6 October 2016)
- Original Release Date: 6 October 2016
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Commercial Marketing
- Run Time: 36 minutes
- ASIN: B01DB0EAQA
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | DVD Audio | Vinyl | MiniDisc | Blu-ray Audio
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Pet Sounds - Mono Vinyl
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About The Beach Boys
One of the most iconic bands in music history and America’s first pop band to reach the 50 year milestone, The Beach Boys have performed and recorded the world’s favourite soundtrack to the summer since 1961.
The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
50th anniversary edition
The Beach Boys’ iconic 1966 album, Pet Sounds, is universally hailed as one of known music’s important recordings of all time. The album has reigned atop countless critic and fan polls and has maintained its timeless rank as one of known music’s most-cited influences.
- Entered the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998.
- Platinum-certified album
- MOJO magazine’s Greatest Album of All Time.
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4 CD/Blu-ray Audio set featuring the remastered original album, session outtakes, alternate mixes and previously unreleased live recordings.
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The 2 CD deluxe edition pairs the remastered album in stereo and mono with highlights from the collectors edition’s additional tracks.
Remastered 180-gram LP edition of the album in stereo with faithfully replicated original artwork.
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Many think that the stereo version of "Pet Sounds" is inferior to the mono version. To me, the stereo version is also a revelation. I've had the stereo and mono versions on CD for several years now and both are amazing. In my opinion, this is on-par with an MSFL recording. It's that clean. It's like listening to a totally different recording than the mono. The mono version sounds so good for nostalgic reasons... it's classic. The songs sound like the way they were originally heard by most people on the radio or an old record player.
The stereo version is like a piece of art. It sounds absolutely HUGE, bright and alive...you are submersed into it.
Both versions are so brilliant. Listen with and without headphones. A good pair of cans will really bring out the depth.
I believe this is pressed on 200g vinyl. Feels significantly heftier than 180g.
"Pet Sounds" is simply a watershed moment in album-oriented music.
This is the must-have reissue LP of the year.
I bought this pressing three times, two times from local stores (one mono and one stereo) and the latest time on Amazon (stereo).
Every record I got had absolutely horrendous sound quality (vocals sounded screechy, bass was muddy, pops everywhere,etc.) and had numerous visible defects, with the Amazon one being warped.
It may be that I've run into a ridiculously unlikely situation, but I'm not giving this pressing a 4th chance. I instead decided to order a 200g record from Analog Productions with the hope that I'm just not cursed .
At least I had a laugh out of it: I was unfamiliar with some of the songs on this album, but I knew it was recognized as an album for being a "concept album," etc. So when it skipped I thought for a little bit "Oh, this is their 'experimental' part!" I kept washing dishes. 5 mins later I realized I was still listening to the same 5 seconds of music and realized it wasn't experimental haha