The Beatles release entire remastered catalog on limited edition USB stick (FLAC and MP3)

The Beatles have announced the December 9th release of “The Beatles Limited Edition USB Stick” which contains The Beatles’ entire digitally remastered catalog.

This unique, apple-shaped USB drive is loaded with the re-mastered audio for The Bealtes’ 14 stereo titles, as well as all of the re-mastered CDs’ visual elements, including 13 mini-documentary films about the studio albums, replicated original UK art, rare photos and expanded liner notes. A specially designed Flash interface has been installed, and the 16GB USB’s audio and visual contents will be provided in FLAC 44.1 Khz 24 bit and MP3 320 Kbps formats, fully compatible with PC and Mac.

Albums include:
-Please Please Me
-With The Beatles
-A Hard Day’s Night
-Beatles For Sale
-Rubber Soul
-Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
-Magical Mystery Tour
-Yellow Submarine
-The White Album
-Abbey Road
-Let It Be
-Past Masters

The Beatles Limited Edition USB Stick retails for US$279.99. More info here.

MacDailyNews Note: Still no word about The Beatles debut in Apple’s iTunes Store, but at lest it feels like it’s getting closer.


  1. Good luck with that one. Again they’re trapped into the idea the people want everyting, sorta the album mentality. I like the Beatles but 279 is a bit much for more than I want. Bring it on iTunes song by song, yeah?

  2. I’d love to buy this; I’d love to have all the liners and everything; and all that is probably actually worth $279.00 (to me at least)….but I’ve already got 80% of these albums I bought and then ripped for my iPod. Oh! the pain….why did they wait soooo freakin’ long to do something like this.

  3. Buy it… grab the files, then sell it…

    Yep the Beatles’ mismanagement team really thought this one through didn’t they?

    Prying the physical media from their cold dead hands…

  4. $280? Is this an Onion article?

    You’d have to be an absolute Beatles fanatic to consider this. But then again – MJ’s new movie displaying nothing but rehearsals is #1 at the box office so I guess the zealots will pay.

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