The Beatles (The White Album) (album) by The Beatles
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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 145,060.
Members who like this album also like: Abbey Road by The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles and Revolver by The Beatles.
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My favorite Beatles album for sure. Definitely kind of a mess, but I think that's good. The only thing I don't like about the Beatles sometimes is that they sound a little too predictable, no matter how great their songs are. I guess it's just cause they're hailed as the greatest band ever. This album jumps around so much and is so creative that I don't really get bored of it like I do their other albums sometimes.
Can’t explain just how much I love this album. Ironically for reasons that some critics sometimes criticise it- it’s varying styles. It’s The Beatles most eclectic album. Making it a single album would have made sense, but I’m glad they didn’t. I love how varied it is , even in terms of quality control. Revolution 9 is eerie and a bit unsettling and could only be on this album. So much to explore and enjoy from the best band in history. A classic.
I'd rate Disc 1 at 6,5/10 and Disc 2 at 9/10. There are some amazing songs in this album (especially on disc 2), but there are some very weak parts too (especially the end of disc 1, from Piggies to Julia). I think I would have prefered this to be a single album, but it's hard to tell because in the end, it is still great the way it is. But boy, some tracks are testing my patience! But when you get to disc 2, from Birthday to Revolution 1, you begin to understand how good this is. I can't rank it higher because I think they have done more consistent work, but it is still a very good album!
For me, it is the best album of the Beatles. Why? Because there are some of their best tracks here. My brother listened to this and thought it was a best of. I understand why. Here are the best tracks in my opinion: Dear Prudence, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Happiness Is A Warm Gun, Martha My Dear, Blackbird, Rocky Raccoon, Julia, Mother's Nature Son, Helter Skelter.
Wow this album has just grown and grown on me over the past few months, it's a totally unique album. I can look at it in many different ways, the beatles' rocky and grungy rebellious album but also their twee late 60s nostalgic album. Either way the defining feature of this monstrous album is its sprawling track length and the diversity of sounds and eclectic styles within. An incredibly intriguing listen full of surprises and hidden gems.
Personal favourites: Martha My Dear, Piggies, Rocky Raccoon, Yet Blues, Mother Nature's Son, Cry Baby Cry, Good Night
One of the first "indie" rock records of all time. This album oozes with experimentation and I love it. There are so many great tracks and moments to dig into here. Big hits like "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and "Back in the USSR" keep it commercially viable, but it really shines on the lesser known tracks that litter its 2 disks like "Rockie Raccon", "I Will", and "Sexy Sadie". Maybe the best Beatles record overall, certainly belongs in that conversation
Chaotic at times, but the highs are undeniable. Great album overall.
The one where that nice Mr. McCartney invites us all to "do it in the road", young Georgie plays with his little piggies while that nasty Mr. Lennon tells us all about his filthy "warm gun".
Don't you just love the sixties???
Number nine...….number nine...…number nine...…number nine..
A tour-de-force for the world's most popular band. This album has it all - rock, pop, metal, psychedelia, folk, blues, experimental - you name it. Groundbreaking and innovative - right down to the cover. But unlike Sgt. Pepper's it doesn't rely on tropes to bolster the weaker cuts - the songwriting is top-notch throughout. For its length it is surprisingly consistent, with only a couple of the 30 songs missing the mark (namely Wild Honey Pie, Don't Pass Me By, Why Don't We Do It In The Road and, if you can call it a song, Revolution 9). The Beatles' masterpiece.
The Beatles' most eclectic album, and an absolutely fantastic album. Except for Revolution 9. Fuck Revolution 9
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