Paul McCartney is a British musician. Paul McCartney has revealed plans to release a limited-edition box set on

August 5 featuring his three self-titled solo albums — 1970's McCartney, 1980's McCartney II, and 2020's

McCartney III — a day before his 80th birthday. The McCartney I II III collection will be offered in three formats

a three-CD set, a three-LP black-vinyl bundle, and a limited-edition three-LP colored-vinyl set, all of which can be

pre-ordered now. Three photo prints with annotations from the former Beatles star about each song will be

included in each of the three versions. The box set will also have brand-new cover art. All three albums have one

thing in common: Paul wrote, produced, and recorded them virtually entirely by himself. McCartney was Paul's debut

album released in April 1970, and it foreshadowed the disintegration of The Beatles. Despite the fact that no singles

were released from the album, it lasted three weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 chart. The album featured the timeless

song "Maybe I'm Amazed," as well as jewels like "Every Night," "Junk," and "Teddy Boy," all of which McCartney had