Image I’m sure we’re not the only ones who’ve spent many a sleepless night wondering what 12 of the The Beatles studio albums would sound like if they were rolled together, sped up by 800% and filtered into a single, one hour MP3 file. Steady yourselves...

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Steve McLaughlin's The Complete Beatles In One Hour (Please Please Me, With the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Beatles for Sale, Help!, Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles, Yellow Submarine, Abbey Road, Let It Be).

For those of you that missed the excellent Live From Abbey Road series broadcast on Channel 4 earlier this year, don’t fret – a DVD collection of the exclusive performances will be hitting the shelves before the year is out. The full two-disc line up features the likes of David Gilmour, Wynton Marsalis, Massive Attack, Dr John, The Good, The Bad And The Queen, Iron Maiden and Kasabian all doing what they do best within the confines of the world’s most sacred recording establishment. Live From Abbey Road is released on November 12.

NWA are to reissue their 1988 hip-hop classic Straight Outta Compton to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the album’s original release. The new expanded edition will feature five bonus tracks when it becomes available on December 4. Head over to www.nwalegacy.com for the full tracklisting.

New York Magazine have compiled an excellent list of The Ten Most Incomprehensible Bob Dylan Interviews Ever, which you can view by clicking here.

Posted by Ross_Bennett at 02:33PM