The biggest band in rock history sees their original catalogue digitally remastered for the first time with improved packaging, including extra rare photographs, expanded and new essays and all enhanced with a video mini-documentary on the making of each album in the Beatles own words. This classic album was first released on CD in 1987 when it was transferred "flat" from the album tapes. Since then, technology has moved on and it is fair to say that the Beatles are the last of the really classic, great artists to receive the remastering treatment. This process, by a dedicated engineering team at the world-famous Abbey Road studios, has resulted in the finished CD sounding better than ever with packaging to match. Housed in a triple panel card package using conservation-grade FSC paper (Forest Stewardship Council, visit www.fscus.org for more info) and now come with a set of historical notes to accompany recording notes on the actual process of making the record at the time. The bonus content is a mini-documentary which tells the story of the album using original footage from the Beatles' own archive as well as other rare footage and the voice-over is entirely spoken by the Beatles themselves and George Martin. The video comes as a Quicktime file for playing on your computer.