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The Beatles (The White Album)

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Rare Copy Of 1964 Meet The Beatles Album signed by all the members of the Fab Four

Blackbird

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What about the Hey Jude/Beatles Again album? Is there a reason why it’s not listed – not that you have to justify it to me (tongue in cheek)

Revolver

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The Beatles 1962 - 1966 (The Red Album)

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Top 10 Beatles Albums - Ultimate Classic Rock

The Beatles' second movie and fifth album in two years marks a turning point for the band. Most of the songs on 'Help!' include more sophisticated arrangements and songwriting — some influenced by ('You've Got to Hide Your Love Away'), some wise beyond their years ('Yesterday'). It wasn't just “love, love, love”; 'Help!' opened up a world of possibilities (see the next five records on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Albums).

The final album the Beatles recorded, but not the last one they released (see No. 8 on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Albums), comes together like no other Beatles record. In a way, it's rooted as much in the '50s rock 'n' roll that first inspired them ('Come Together,' 'Oh! Darling') as it is in the studio luxuries they were afforded thanks to their fame and influence (see side two's eight-song medley). It doesn't sound at all like a last breath — it's full of life and hope.

Beatles Albums Ranked Worst to Best - Ultimate Classic Rock

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  2. The Greatest Beatles Songs of All Time
  3. Stories & Myths Behind Great Beatles Songs
  4. Crazy Beatles Conspiracy Theories
  5. Underrated Beatles Songs
  6. Who Was the Real Fifth Beatle?
  7. The Worst Songs by the Beatles
  8. Favorite Quotes by John Lennon
  9. The Best Songs by Paul McCartney
  10. Best Lennon Movies
  11. Cool Photos of Young John Lennon
  12. Films Scored by The Beatles

The Beatles - The Internet Beatles Album

The final album the Beatles recorded, but not the last one they released (see No. 8 on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Albums), comes together like no other Beatles record. In a way, it's rooted as much in the '50s rock 'n' roll that first inspired them ('Come Together,' 'Oh! Darling') as it is in the studio luxuries they were afforded thanks to their fame and influence (see side two's eight-song medley). It doesn't sound at all like a last breath — it's full of life and hope.

After reinventing pop music with 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' (see No. 1 on our list of the Top 10 Beatles Albums), the Fab Four burrowed even deeper into their studio's playground of sounds. Their self-titled double LP (commonly called 'The White Album') was each member's declaration of independence: Lennon got personal and weird, McCartney indulged his old-school obsessions, was finally allowed to step outside of the shadows and Ringo wrote his best song. It's a mess at times, but it's a totally brilliant mess.