The next Beatles album to get the deluxe reissue treatment is their 1966 effort, Revolver.
Invites went out to the media today (Thursday) for listening parties next month, which is when the collection will officially be announced.
Set for release at the end of October, it is their fifth album to get the the deluxe treatment following, in order, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (White Album), Abbey Road and Let It Be.
And, like those collections, this one has been produced and remixed by Giles Martin, son of the album's original producer, the late George Martin.
Last year, Giles talked about the reissue, saying he wanted to "do something really innovative as opposed to just a remastering job...
“There’s no point in just doing this to make money or as a sales thing or because we’d done the others. It’s more important that we do it for the right reason.”
The Beatles released Revolver, their seventh album, on August 5th, 1966. Among its 14 the songs are “Taxman,” "Eleanor Rigby,” "Here, There and Everywhere,” "Yellow Submarine," "Good Day Sunshine," "Got to Get You into My Life” and "I Want to Tell You."