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I didn't actually purchase this for myself, it was for a gentleman named Rob Smith who asked me to order it on his behalf as he was meant to be saving for an engagement ring for his fiance but still wants to feed his vinyl addiction at the same time without his future wife finding out. He's assured me that he is very happy with the vinyl and would highly recommend it, he also states that it is worth putting off purchasing a ring for a little longer as the order of importance will always be, vinyl, scooter then fiance
I am so pleased I decided to buy this on vinyl , as with Abbey road it stands head and shoulders over the cd version , the covers are cool and the joy of handling the vinyl never gets old , the actual sound of the tracks is amazing and you would be forgiven for thinking they had been recorded yesterday , Girl, Michelle, Norwegian wood and Nowhere man are standout tracks , if you just want a few classic albums on vinyl then this is a must buy .
Another great album from the Beatle boys, the thicker vinyl is great and a true reproduction of the original album, though back then the vinyl was thinner of course. It certainly sounds much better to me in Mono and gives you that feeling of being back there, though I do have better equipment now to play on not a wooden record player or Ferguson radiogram which my parents owned later. I will play this when I want to close my eyes and go back in time.
"Rubber Soul" is album six, and here, The Beatles start to change - there's still a clutch of songs, but they all form a coherent whole, as opposed to being an assortment of random material recorded 'on the run' mid tour, as well as being one of the first that contains no cover versions. It may rate as Rolling Stone's fifth best album of all time (they're no kidding : it's good, but it's not that good). Lyrically the album is also much better than before : there's still the usual songs about love, and the somewhat threatening tone of "I'd rather see you dead than with another man", which sounds like a great pitch for a Beatles Horror Movie, but the songs are about wider things. Now, the band were exhausted by constant touring and work, and there's a clutch of better known songs - the ones that's it within the common knowledge of mankind - alongside perhaps less known songs, so much so, that there are often moments of "Oh! Of course! This one!". Nonetheless, Rubber Soul is the album where The Beatles started being who we universally recognise as The Beatles, and not as a band of hasty and frantic young men in the eye of a storm. Not the fifth best album ever, but certainly, the best Beatles release so far.
The Beatles Rubber Soul Album For Me Was That The Beatles Has Grown Up , This Album Is More Mature Than Any Other Album That They Recorded , Now Don"t Get Me Wrong I Love The Previous Albums Before This But In My Opinion This Is The Masterpiece , The Classic Album Of The Beatles Career , Each And Every Track Sounds Better Than Before, Even Ringo"s WHAT GOES ON is Quite Endearing , The Songs Are Much More Sophisticated And With One Or Two Of Them Very Personal ( i.e. Paul"s YOU WONT SEE ME) This Album Is My No.1 , And I Love It , Please Do Yourself A Favor And Buy This Amazing Album On Vinyl And Enjoy Every Second Of It...You Shall Be So Glad You Did THAT"S A PROMISE.
Well. It is The Beatles after all. What else can you write about these guys? Rubber Soul is fantastic. Such great music and stills sounds as fresh as the day it was released. Just like every Beatle album. They just sound better and probably always will.