White album leak

Ltd edition 3 disc CD release

Track list, 3 disc version:

CD 1: The Beatles, side 1 and 2 New stereo mix

CD 2: The Beatles, side 3 and 4 New stereo mix

CD 3: Esher Demos:

Back in the U.S.S.R.

Dear Prudence

Glass Onion

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Happiness is a Warm Gun

I’m so tired



Rocky Raccoon


Yer Blues

Mother Nature’s Son

Everybody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey

Sexy Sadie


Honey Pie

Cry Baby Cry

Sour Milk Sea


Child of Nature


Mean Mr. Mustard

Polythene Pam

Not Guilty

What’s the New Mary Jane

Ltd ed. vinyl release of the 3CD set on 4 vinyl discs
Replica release of original double album


Deluxe boxed set

CDs 1 & 2: 2018 Stereo Album Mix

CD3: Esher demos

CDs 4, 5 & 6: Sessions – 50 additional recordings, mostly unpublished, from the studio sessions of the ‘White Album’; all remixed from the four-track and eight-track session bands, sorted by their recording start dates. Includes hitherto unknown white album recording of the song “Let It Be”!

Blu-ray Audio:

– 2018 album mix in high-resolution PCM stereo

– 2018 DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 Album mix

– 2018 Dolby True HD 5.1 album mix

– 2018 direct transfer of the original monomix of the album

Release date: 9. November, 2018.

Photos: © Copyright 2018 Apple Corps Ltd and found at Amazon, Japan.

24 Responses

  1. piper909 says:

    Gotta have it all! As soon as we can pre-order!

  2. piper909 says:

    I hope the big deluxe set will offer a regular DVD option, not just Blu-Ray. We don't ALL have Blu-Ray players, you know! In fact, I'd bet DVD is STILL the most common and best-selling format of the two.

    • TheRockSnob says:

      There won't be any visuals on the Blu-Ray. It is strictly so we can have a 5.1 soundtrack. You can't do that with DVD.

  3. piper909 says:

    I see. Well, it's a shame we don't get the 1968 promo film collection, like we did for Pepper.

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  5. Shad Radna says:

    I'm not happy about this for some stupid reason. I can't think of one yet, but… Grrrr.

  6. rockall says:

    Is the 12 min long HS a reduced version from the 27 min long? Why do you think they didn't release the longer version? Not worthy? Better keep it unreleased or for texhnical reasons? It woul have been the best opportunity to release it now! :/

  7. Ole M. Olsen says:

    Great! I’ll do it like I did with the Pepper material last year: Buy the "super delixe" box and then buy the vinyl when they release a new one with just the remixes in a few months. 🙂

  8. Unknown says:

    Actually you can have the 5.1 on a DVD. That’s what DVD-Audio was before companies gave up on the format

  9. Unknown says:

    Lots of bands release 5.1 mixes on dvd's, all of Steven Wilson's Jethro Tull remasters are on dvd, not bluray. I hope the 5.1 mix on here is as good as the one on Sgt. Peppers, the seperation was amazing!

  10. Unknown says:

    With Let it be in the pipeline it is likely we also get a 50th anniversary edition of Abbey Road in between. What a pity the same treatment for Rubber Soul and Revolver was not done. Does anybody know whether anything is preserved from the With the Beatles session, except for the Hold me tight and Don`t bother me outtakes?

  11. piper909 says:

    " Blogger rockall said…

    Sorry, which videos did we get for Pepper? I don't recall at the moment?

    22 September 2018 at 08:56"

    The big Sgt Pepper box set came with a DVD (or BluRay) that included a vintage "Making of" documentary (from 1992)and also the promo films for SFF, Penny Lane, and ADITL (the same edit I think that is on the "1" DVDs). I have the DVD and it also contains a 5.1 sound mix (not that does me any good on my regular stereo).

  12. Real Quaid says:

    Are they going to brickwall it again?

  13. Jarret Cooper says:

    You can have 5.1 on any DVD, and any player will play it, as long as it's in Dolby Digital or 5.1 DTS. No need for DVD-Audio.

  14. sjdrifter says:

    richard cornock If you mean the next reissue for the 75th Anniversary White Album edition, then forget it. Many of us older folk may not be around for another 25 years so it's yet another missed opportunity to release the 27 minute version of Helter Skelter. I'd really hate it if they never release that or Carnival of Light during my lifetime.

  15. Terence Daniel Collier says:

    total guess but i think the 27 min version of HS is like the one on Anth3 but..well…27 mins long. I am betting if you go to your grave never hearing it then it should not be placed very high on your list of regrets. As for Carnival of light – i would say we all want to hear that track once but probably not twice.

  16. Nathan Anthony says:

    The Penny Lane video in the Sgt. Pepper's Box is different form the "1" DVD, in that it's a different, more superior audio mix of the song in the 2017 version.

  17. Westfield says:

    I just cannot wait.

  18. Unknown says:

    Just wait for the picture discs versions similar to the pirate version slated for mid dec. 4 faces on the each side of the LPs .

  19. piper909 says:

    Kvetching about prices or what the Beatles/Apple can do about it is ignorant and a waste of time. Paul and Ringo et al. have very little to do about how record companies price products. I think the Fabs have always given fans good value for money. And these things ain't cheap to manufacture and distribute. We should be glad we're getting *anything* new, at this point, frankly.

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