So a few months back, Capitol announced a list of albums that they were "reissuing" in honor of their 75th anniversary. Some of these albums had already been reissued, and in fact, were not new pressings at all. In the case of the Beatles, instead of recreating the US versions, they just used the already existing 2009 stereo reissues (minus Sgt. Pepper as they used the mono mix) and didnt even put any indication that it was part of this "program". Bummer :/ HOWEVER there were a few interesting albums that were part of their list: Meet the Beatles and All Things Must Pass. After its been pretty much confirmed that George Harrisons discography is being reissued on vinyl, this made sense that Capitol would put it on their list. However, there are no recent vinyl reissues of the Beatles US albums. Maybe Apple Corps is working on a box set with Capitol? It seems odd that no information whatsoever has come out about this Meet the Beatles reissue, and it would make sense that maybe a box set is in the works, hence why they are keeping quiet about it. What do you guys think?