Beatles vinyl albums on sale in newsagents

"20 Superkings, a Mars bar and a copy of Past Masters Vol 1, please"

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The Beatles albums are to be sold through newsagents.

Publishers De Agostini have launched The Beatles Vinyl Collection, a 23-part series of magazines that all come with a copy of a Beatles album on 180-gram vinyl.

Alongside the band’s studio albums, the series will also include the Anthology sequence, the ‘red’ and ‘blue’ compilations, the live at the BBC albums and Past Masters.

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Issue one retails for an introductory price of £9.99 and includes a vinyl copy of Abbey Road, a binder for the 23 folders, one poster representing the 23 original album covers of the collection.

From issue 2, all issues with single albums will cost £16.99 with double and triple albums retailing for £24.99. The Beatles Vinyl Collection will be published fortnightly.

The albums are also available to buy online by clicking here.

The Beatles Vinyl Collection:

ABBEY ROAD
SGT. PEPPER’S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND
HELP!
THE BEATLES
RUBBER SOUL
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR
YELLOW SUBMARINE
BEATLES FOR SALE
LOVE
A HARD DAY’S NIGHT
1962 – 1966
WITH THE BEATLES
ANTHOLOGY 1
REVOLVER
ANTHOLOGY 2
LIVE AT THE BBC
PLEASE PLEASE ME
ON AIR – LIVE AT THE BBC VOLUME 2
LET IT BE
1
ANTHOLOGY 3
1967 – 1970
PAST MASTERS

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