long, long awaited stereo remasters of the beatles' studio albums on vinyl. in reissue terms, it doesn't get bigger than this. manufactured on 180-gram, audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork, the 14 albums return to their original glory, overseen by Rick Rubin. Here we go.. 'help!' marks the perfect cross-over point between the previous incarnation of the beatles - besuited, cheeky-chappy pop originators who begat a formula - and the band they would become: a cultural yardstick, a group so successful that they were able to incorporate, or even initiate, psychedelia, counter-culture and begin to question authority and the machinations of control. self-referential, their second soundtrack album to a film they starred in, 'help!' features the eponymous hit, 'you've got to hide your love away,' 'ticket to ride,' 'yesterday...' and this was only the beginning.