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The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums.
Album contains fifteen Beach Boy songs sans vocals "for you to sing and play". Includes 16-page booklet with words, lead lines, bass lines and chords. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat. Brian Wilson on Stack-O-Tracks : I Don't Know If It'll Sell Very Much, (The Beach Boys 1968) 1:09. Wouldn't It Be Nice (Instrumental Version, Remastered) 2:14. God Only Knows (Instrumental Version, Remastered) 2:41.
wouldn't it Be Nice Acappella Stack-o- Vocals From Pet Sounds Sessions The Beach Boys. 10 months ago. The best. Makes me wish there was an all-acapella remastered album! 11 months ago. Check out the alternative version of 'Don't Worry Baby', that one is great. 2 months ago. Well, there is the stack-o-vocals album. 5 months ago. Since they really only have archival releases these days, The Beach Boys have put out a lot of vocal only tracks with the various box sets and reissues. Would be great to get something like the old Stack o Tracks album in box form. 6 months ago. This was recorded long before Auto Tune was even conceived of.
By: The Beach Boys (1968, Rock). Keep An Eye On Summer – The Beach Boys Sessions 1964 by The Beach Boys. Live In Chicago 1965 by The Beach Boys. Live In Sacramento 1964 by The Beach Boys. Endless Harmony Soundtrack by The Beach Boys. The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra by The Beach Boys. Still Cruisin’ by The Beach Boys. View all albums . Stack-O-Tracks. By: The Beach Boys (1968, Rock).
Beach Boys - I'm Waiting For The Day (Stack-O-Vocals). Beach Boys - I'm Waiting For The Day (Stack-O-Vocals). Artist: The Beach Boys. Album: The Pet Sounds Sessions (A 40th Anniversary Collection), 1966.
Stack-O-Tracks collection, where vocals were removed from BB songs for an early try at karaoke). The album itself was released in May 1966.
One of the oddest albums released by a major rock group in the '60s, Stack-o-Tracks consisted of instrumental backing tracks to 15 of the Beach Boys' more famous songs, stripped of their vocals to encourage karaoke-like singalongs.