long, long awaited stereo remasters of the beatles' studio albums on vinyl. in reissue terms, it doesn't get bigger than this. manufactured on 180-gram, audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork, the 14 albums return to their original glory, overseen by rick rubin. documented by a slightly dishevelled, autumnal beatles on the cover 'beatles for sale' features a slightly moodier side of the group, albeit a side which would inspire legions of pissed-off garage-bound kids around the globe. 'i'm a loser,' baby's in black' plus the mega hit 'eight days a week'.. though at this point which lennon-mccartney composition can't be described as a hit?