Los Angeles, Aug 27 The next album by The Beatles to get a remix and bonus-filled boxed-set treatment is �Revolver.
Apple Corps, not to be confused with Apple Inc, and Universal Music have confirmed that a deluxe celebration of the 1966 release — which, like the Beatle boxes that have preceded it, will include a Giles Martin remix — is in the pipeline for this fall, reports �Variety’.
An official announcement is not expected to come until some time in September, at which point details about the deluxe package’s content and a release date will be announced.
According to �Variety’, �Revolver’ had been widely speculated among fans as the next in the series.
Previously, the boxed sets and remixes in the series started with 1967’s �Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ and continued chronologically with 1968’s ‘White Album’, 1969’s �Abbey Road’ and, last year, 1970’s �Let It Be’.
Having reached the end of the Beatles’ road as a group with that last release, it made sense that the series might go back to �Revolver,’ the album before �Sgt. Pepper,’ and possibly work backward in time from there — although the keepers of the Beatles’ catalogue always refrain from confirming plans for future years in advance.