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04/03/2013 12:39 pm ET

'Let It Be...Naked,' Remixed Beatles Album, Finally Available On iTunes

FILE - The Beatles perform at the "Ed Sullivan Show," in New York in this Feb. 9, 1964 file photo. Universal Music Group can
FILE - The Beatles perform at the "Ed Sullivan Show," in New York in this Feb. 9, 1964 file photo. Universal Music Group can buy the famed British music company EMI, including the hugely lucrative Beatles catalogue, the European Union's competition regulator said Friday Sept 21 2012, but must jettison some of the famed label’s other big acts, including Coldplay and Pink Floyd. (AP Photo)

Ten years after the release of The Beatles' "Let It Be... Naked," the album is finally making its iTunes debut.

Released in 2003, "Let It Be... Naked" is a remastered version of the band's original 1970 album, "Let It Be." Led by Paul McCartney, "Let It Be... Naked" cuts out the frills imparted by producer Phil Spector.

The 11-track "Let It Be" is available on iTunes with added content, including 20 additional minutes of audio, art, and music videos for the stripped-down recordings of "Don't Let Me Down" and "Get Back."

"If we’d had today’s technology back then, it would sound like this because this is the noise we made in the studio. It’s all exactly as it was in the room. You’re right there now,” McCartney said of the album.

"Let It Be" is the final studio album record by The Beatles. The album produced hits including "Get Back" and the title-track, "Let It Be."

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