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Paul McCartney Announces Career-Spanning Vinyl Box Set 'The 7" Singles'

Friday, 11 November 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Mary McCartney

Paul McCartney has announced details of a new vinyl box set.

The former Beatle turned solo singer-songwriter will release 'The 7" Singles' on December 2. Limited to 3,000 copies, it will come in a wooden crate and comprises 163 songs released between 1971 and 2019. 65 of the singles come with restored original artwork and the same b-sides, and 15 were previously unreleased on 7".

Additionally, each box contains a randomly selected exclusive test pressing of one of the singles, and an accompanying 148-page book, with a personal foreword by McCartney. Head here for pre-orders.

He said: "I hope the songs in this box set bring back fun memories for you too. They do for me, and there will be more to come…"

As well the physical release, 'The 7″ Singles' will also be available on major streaming platforms. Head below to hear remastered versions of Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey and Too Many People.

Earlier in 2022, the 80-year-old embarked on the Got Back Tour, his first US outing in three years. He also headlined Glastonbury in June.

His latest solo LP came in the form of 'McCartney III', released in 2020. In 2021, he collaborated with stars such as Phoebe Bridgers, St. Vincent, Damon Albarn, and Beck to cover songs for 'McCartney III Imagined'.


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