The Beatles comeback 2022: Band’s unheard tracks to be unveiled after more than 5 decades

A picture shows the faces of members of British rock band The Beatles inside The Cavern Club as it reopens to the public with live music to host their annual 'Beatleweek' celebration of music by The Beatles in Liverpool, north west England on August 27, 2020. - The renowned underground live music venue first opened in 1957 and was instrumental in forging their early careers of several major bands including The Beatles who performed there on 292 occasions. Due to coronavirus restrictions the 2020 International Beatleweek is celebrating the Fab Four online and at the Cavern Club with the presentation of pre-recorded performances and some live performances from Cavern resident artists. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

The Beatles will be heard decades again after their tragic breakup.

Like any other band or musician, the Beatles had songs they could not release after their breakup. For example, Fab Four’s seventh album, “Revolver,” still contains unreleased music and demos.

Fans would finally be able to hear John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr after more than 50 years, thanks to the album’s expanded format.

According to Express UK, producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell mixed the songs in stereo and Dolby Atmos to improve the clarity of the recordings.

The announcement read:

“The audio is brought forth in stunning clarity with the help of cutting-edge de-mixing technology developed by the award-winning sound team led by Emile de la Rey at Peter Jackson’s WingNut Films Productions Ltd.”

“The Beatles’ Revolver Special Edition” will be released in a variety of formats, including “Revolver Special Edition (Super Deluxe): 63 tracks.” “Revolver Special Edition (Deluxe)” contains 29 tracks, while “Revolver Special Edition (Standard)” contains 14 tracks.

The first format will include Digital AudioCollection, 5CD (with a 100-page hardbound book in a slipcase measuring 12.56″ x 12.36″), 4LP+7-inch EP, and 4LP+7-inch EP (with a 100-page hardbound book in a 12.56″ x 12.36″ slipcase).

The 14 newly-mixed tracks will be on DISC 1, while the 14 original mono masters will be on DISC 4.

DISCS 2 and 3 will have 31, and DISC 5 will present four tracks.

The second format, on the other hand, includes two CDs: DISC 1 (14 newly-mixed tracks) and DISC 2 (the rest of the album) (Session highlights, including new stereo mixes).

The new “Revolver” will be released on October 28, according to Rolling Stone.

Following the success of their 1965 album “Rubber Soul,” the Beatles began work on “The Revolver.” On April 6, 1966, the band recorded their first session at EMI Studios, now known as Abbey Road Studios.

The members continued to record the tracks until the band’s final recording in June 1966, one day before their international summer tour.

The Beatles then formally released it on Aug. 5, 1966, and it conquered music charts.

The album debuted at number one on the UK albums chart. Meanwhile, “Eleanor Rigby” and “Yellow Submarine” topped the UK singles chart for four weeks in August and September.

The Beatles formed in 1960 but broke up a decade later. Fans speculated about what caused the band’s breakup, including John Lennon’s relationship with Yoko Ono.