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Let It Be (album) by The Beatles 

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Let It Be
Let It Be by The Beatles (1970)
Overall rank: 205th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
80/100 (from 1,525 votes)
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Accolades: Top 20 albums of 1970 (11th)
Top 100 albums of the 1970s (53rd)
Top 500 albums of all time (205th)

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The Beatles bestography

Let It Be is ranked 7th best out of 60 albums by The Beatles on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by The Beatles is Abbey Road which is ranked number 3 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 141,797.

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Average Rating: 
80/100 (from 1,525 votes)
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80/100
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84/100
 
80/100
07/10/2018 17:32
80/100
 
70/100
07/07/2018 04:29
77/100
 
75/100
07/06/2018 18:47
84/100
 
65/100
07/04/2018 21:12
75/100

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75/100
From JimagineL 06/26/2018 21:58
This is a strange album, most of It songs are better in the singles version, and at one minute you are hearing a master piece like "Let It Be" and the other you're listening to a random lazy song like "Maggie mae".
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From 9999 06/19/2018 16:35
It's still a decent album, but the drop in quality from Abbey Road is quite remarkable, which is weird considering most of the songs from Let it be were recorded before the Abbey Road sessions. Anyway, as much as I love their albums, splitting was probably the best decision they could've made before sinking into mediocrity.
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85/100
From apapa1992 06/16/2018 14:19
You really get a sense of how far apart they were drifting by the late 60s. A little bit messy but still a lot worth revisiting.
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From kingofstorm 04/29/2018 14:29
It's a fine album on it's own right, but it's the Beatles weakest LP. Definitely was a good time to end the band, but had this album come out before Abbey Road, at least the Beatles could have exited the music scene with a bang. This...isn't really a bang, despite some good songs found on it.
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65/100
From PaperVinnie 04/24/2018 13:27
The weakest Beatles LP that I've listened to. I like to think Abbey Road was their real last album
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90/100
From PinkMind 03/21/2018 14:49
Absolutely underappreciated. Too many beatles fans don't like it. Let it Be and Long and Winding Road will always remind me of my passed father...

Also I always thought "Dont let me down" blonged here
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From BLO 03/01/2018 00:19
I actually looove Let it Be. The Naked version is a lot better, less produced and without the awful jams.
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From mdbaxter 02/20/2018 21:29
Not a bad album but not great by any means. Would've been a much more poetic ending if they had just stuck with Abbey Road as the finale.
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From Medelsvensson 12/04/2017 09:42
the version of get back that is on the '1' singles collection is slightly longer than this one and i prefer that version. What else can you say? Amazing album full of antics. Why do people downvote maggie mae and dig it? They give the album the charm that it neeeeeds! come on
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85/100
From romanmonts 11/22/2017 19:19
87/100
Fav tracks: Two of us, Across the universe, Dig a pony
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