Beatles Catalogue Gets Digital Facelift

By Harry Kimball,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 7, 2009 6:05 PM CDT
Beatles Catalogue Gets Digital Facelift
Ed Sullivan with The Beatles in 1964.   (AP Photo)

The Beatles are getting a long-awaited makeover. The group's entire music collection, including all 12 studio albums released in stereo, is being digitally remastered for release in September, the UK Times reports. It will be the first time the first four Beatles albums will be available in their entirety on CD, notes CNN. The release will coincide with the issue of a Rock Band video game, in which fans will get to play along.
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