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Ranking The Beatles' official studio albums
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It's possible that Paul played guitar while doubling his bass part, although it's possible that's George.

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Thought I'd post an updated list:

13. Yellow Submarine

12. Beatles For Sale

11. With The Beatles

10. Let It Be

9. Please Please Me

8. Help !

7. A Hard Day's Night

6. Magical Mystery Tour

5. Abbey Road

4. Rubber Soul

1. Revolver , Sgt Pepper , White Album

I've been really struggling to rank these last three recently. Each is a masterpiece in its own right. 

Revolver - Their most concise songs

Sgt Pepper - The best full album experience

White Album - Their most unique and varied album

All 3 of these are my number 1 at the moment.

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13. Yellow Submarine - Half an album of Beatles songs is why this is at the very bottom.

12. Let It Be - This album is a mess. Some of the songs are good but it doesn't work as an album for me. 

11. Magical Mystery Tour - I like the songs but it's not as strong as some of the other releases. 

10. With The Beatles - Decent early album but has a little too much filler for me. 

9. Please Please Me - Solid debut album and it has some really good songs on it. 

8. Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - This album doesn't rate as high for myself. I like the album but I don't love it.

7. Beatles For Sale - Underrated album in my opinion. It is made weak by some of the covers. 

6. The White Album - The most eclectic album of their career. The good, the bad and the ugly of The Beatles. 

5. Abbey Road - The final bow. what a fantastic album to finish on. 

4. Help ! - I love the 1964-1966 period which this album is in the middle of and that's why I love it. 

3. A Hard Day's Night - My favourite of the early album as it has some of the best songwriting of their early days. 

2. Rubber Soul - It's a toss of the coin but Rubber Soul comes second but Rubber Soul is a great album from beginning to end. 

1. Revolver - Revolver sneaks in for the win but it was really close but I give to Revolver because it was more ambitious. 

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^^It's great to see Help ! and Beatles For Sale ranked so highly, they are both fabulous and very underrated IMO. Especially Help ! has so awesome moments in it that I think the true quantum leap in the Beatles discography is not between Help ! and Rubber Soul but instead between Beatles For Sale and Help !. (though there is still a great advance from Help ! to Rubber Soul and also from Rubber Soul to Revolver and so on but not as big as from Beatles For Sale to Help !).

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13. Yellow Submarine

12. Beatles For Sale

11. With the Beatles

10. Let It Be

9. A Hard Day's Night

8. Please Please Me

7. Help

6. Magical Mystery Tour

5. Sgt. Peppers

4.. Rubber Soul

3. Abbey Road

Can't Decide Between these two because they are completely different albums with different meanings to convey:

1. The White Album

1. Revolver

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Martha said
^^It's great to see Help ! and Beatles For Sale ranked so highly, they are both fabulous and very underrated IMO. Especially Help ! has so awesome moments in it that I think the true quantum leap in the Beatles discography is not between Help ! and Rubber Soul but instead between Beatles For Sale and Help !. (though there is still a great advance from Help ! to Rubber Soul and also from Rubber Soul to Revolver and so on but not as big as from Beatles For Sale to Help !).  

I like them all but I love A Hard Day's Night right through to Revolver the most. 

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1  Revolver

2   Sgt Pepper

3   Please Please Me

4   Rubber Soul

5   With The Beatles

6    A Hard Day's Night

7   Help

8   Beatles For Sale

9   Magical Mystery Tour

10   Abbey Road

11   Let It Be

12   Yellow Submarine

13   The White Album

I just don't like the White Album at all. The band was falling apart by this time & far too many poor or just silly songs on it.

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Here's how i rate the Albums in order

1. Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band

2. Revolver  

3. Rubber Soul

4. Let it be

5. Help

6. Abbey Road

7. Hard Days Night

8. Please Please Me

9. White Album

10. With The Beatles

11. Beatles For Sale

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I feel like I already did this. 

But why not? This is fun. I'll put in some extra effort by putting my favourite from the album in brackets.

1. Revolver [I'm Only Sleeping ]

2. Sgt Pepper 's. [A Day In The Life ]

3. Please, Please Me [Twist And Shout ]

4. White Album [Don't Pass Me By ]

5. Magical Mystery Tour [Strawberry Fields Forever

6. Abbey Road [Oh! Darling ]

7. Help ! [Help !]

8. Rubber Soul [In My Life ]

9. Beatles For Sale [I'm A Loser ]

10. Hard Day's Night [Can't Buy Me Love ]

11. Let It Be [I Me Mine ]

12. With The Beatles

13. Yellow Submarine [Hey Bulldog ]

 

*I love all these albums, no offense to any of them*

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I've recently had my obsession reignited, which has been an off-and-on thing since teenage years (I just bought the long version of Pure McCartney!), so I'll play. Needless to say, these are just personal preferences; I'm not trying to be objective about what's greatest/best/most influential/most perfect.   

1. The Beatles (The White Album ). The most bang for the buck, and it was listening to this from end to end that converted me. It made them more than just a '60s band with a lot of inescapable hit songs. I love the variety and the way the personalities of the main writers have solidified. You hear the blueprints of the solo careers here, but they all benefit from contrast. A glorious mess, but more glorious than mess, because it's brilliantly played and sequenced.  

2. Abbey Road . The great last gasp. A tighter and more disciplined version of the above, with a second side that goes in a new direction with form.  

3. Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It's been called overrated so often that it's in danger of being underrated, but this is a seminal document of its time, and I never find it less than a joy to listen to. It seems perennially fresh, and the whole is more than the parts.   

4. Revolver . I may prefer a few that came even later, but the full flowering begins here.     

5. Rubber Soul . New maturity; one of the great transitional albums in rock history.  

6. A Hard Day's Night. The best of the early albums. I do enjoy their covers, but this all-originals set (albeit dominated by Lennon) has impressive consistency.  

7. Let It Be . It's a sad torso of what it was intended to be, and I don't have anything against the grain to say in favor of Phil Spector's production, but I enjoy the off-the-cuff quality of it, with the chatter and false starts, and it records some gripping late performances (e.g., "I've Got A Feeling ").  

8. Help ! The unassailable highlights get it this high; the filler in the back half keeps it from getting higher.  

9. Magical Mystery Tour . The American version is much stronger than what they had overseas, but it feels like cheating. Much of what they wrote especially for the film is some of their weakest music post 1964. They were squeezing the last out of the toothpaste tube of psychedelia. But, you know, it's an album with "Penny Lane " and "Strawberry Fields Forever and "I Am The Walrus " on it, so I won't get too crazy.   

10. Please Please Me . Headlong energy and boundless promise.    

11. With the Beatles. Avoiding the sophomore jinx with only a slight dip, but some of the originals (e.g., "Little Child ") are slight.  

12. Beatles For Sale . The sound of a group that had gone as far as it could go in its first phase, but was too pressed for time to make a big leap. There's a weariness about it, and most of the songs are, by Beatles standards, little known with good reason.  

13. Yellow Submarine . The least essential, but their throwaways are better than most bands' keepers, and Martin's score is pleasant.

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What Petty Crime said

1. The Beatles (The White Album ). The most bang for the buck, and it was listening to this from end to end that converted me. It made them more than just a '60s band with a lot of inescapable hit songs. I love the variety and the way the personalities of the main writers have solidified. You hear the blueprints of the solo careers here, but they all benefit from contrast. A glorious mess, but more glorious than mess, because it's brilliantly played and sequenced.  

I know exactly what you mean. I listened to the album in CD form in my car for the first time, I think. I was surprised and excited. At that point I really only knew the trademark hits played on the radio. So to hear a 30 track album of songs I barely knew about? Rocky Raccoon ? Piggies ? Mother Nature's Son ? So on and so forth? Wow. It was a real eye (and ear!) opener for me in terms of how I viewed them. The Beatles is the band completely unleashed, a diarrhea of rock and roll and John would put it. There was so much more to them, and The Beatles is one of the best examples of that. Tons of personality and variety. Songs that wouldn't have made the cut on other albums made the cut here, and I'm so thankful they did. 

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1.The Beatles 2.Sgt. Pepper 3.Abbey Road 4.Magical Mystery Tour 5.Rubber Soul 6.Revolver 7.Help! 8.Let It Be
9.A Hard Day’s Night 10.Please Please Me 11.Beatles For Sale 12.With The Beatles 13.Yellow Submarine

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@What Petty Crime  Really well-written reviews!!!

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Hi there! I've been on this forum for a few months now, yet haven't been involved at all. I decided that, to get more involved, I'd do a ranking of the albums. The list can and WILL change over time (hell, it may change tomorrow), but this is it currently. I'm ranking the UK studio albums + MMT.

 

13. Yellow Submarine - What else could be last? Four new songs, one of which is pretty crappy (All Together Now ), two songs we'd heard before, and an entire SIDE of instrumentals from a film. George Martin certainly isn't bad, it's merely the result of the film itself being bad and the fact that I want to hear the Beatles instead of the soundtrack to a film that I consider to be borderline unwatchable. Underrated Song - It's Only A Northern Song . Overrated - All You Need Is Love .

12. Beatles For Sale - This album suffers from premature ejaculation. The first four tracks are phenomenal (Baby's In Black is my favorite tracks), but the rest (aside from 2 or 3 tracks) shows a tired band that had to pump out another album due to their contract. It's not a bad album whatsoever, I just get very bored with it. Underrated Song - Words Of Love . Overrated Song - I'll Follow The Sun .

11. Help ! - Once again, this album has a great first side (although it does get a bit tiring), but side two is completely skip-able. Yes, I know. Yesterday is a masterpiece, but I've heard it a trillion times already that I never feel like hearing it again. I'm being very critical, because this is a very good album, but I rarely listen to it. Underrated song - I Need You . Overrated Song - Yesterday . Paul has written better songs, yet why is it that everybody knows THIS ONE!!!

10. Please Please Me - This used to be quite a bit higher, but it's since fallen down on my estimation. Perhaps I've gotten a bit tired of it, but I just don't enjoy it as much as I used to. A great first album with a lot of 1950's feeling to it, but it's got a few tracks that are throwaways and I'm a bit tired of it. Underrated song - Ask Me Why . Overrated Song - Love Me Do .

9. A Hard Day's Night - Wonderful album, but it feels a bit repetitive on side two. Also, it's a bit too "happy" for me sometimes... Underrated song - Things We Said Today . Overrated song - And I Love Her .

8. With the Beatles - I love the mo-town influence that this album has, and that's why it's my favorite of their first five albums. It's got more of a punch to it than the other things they were releasing, and the covers they chose were amazing. Underrated song - Devil In Her Heart . Overrated Song - Money (That's What I Want)

7. Magical Mystery Tour - I have a hard time respecting this as a genuine album instead of a greatest hits of 1967 album, simply because it's not an album. Or, at least, it shouldn't be. It's got some of their best songs on it (and some throwaway material), so the consistency is a bit off, too. Like I said, my list will change over time. Underrated Song - Blue Jay Way . Overrated Song - All You Need Is Love .

6. The Beatles - You know what, a few months ago this would've been a lot lower. But then I finally understood it - this is THE album. If you like music in general, you will like at least one song on this album. It's a guarantee. Yes, it's got some filler, but that can be ignored because what isn't filler is absolutely incredible. Underrated song - Rocky Raccoon . Overrated song - BLACKBIRD. 

5. Let it Be - Yes, this album is hated, but I love it for how simple and fun it is. There might also be a bit of nostalgia in there, too... It goes back to their roots and is just so much fun, yet also feels like good closure for me (primarily because Get Back ends with Lennon's "audition" remark, hence making the Beatles' entire career feel like one, giant audition in which they blew the judges' minds). Underrated song - Dig A Pony . Overrated song - Let It Be .

These next four are basically interchangeable

4. Rubber Soul - A glimpse of what is to come is buried underneath this blast of an album. It's got some of their best songs, yet isn't very progressive. The songwriting talents of Lennon and McCartney are shown greatly here, because this is the first album in which I truly take them seriously as some of the best song writers of all time. Underrated Song - You Won't See Me . Overrated song - The one album where I'd say that not a single track is overrated. All lie exactly where they deserve to be IMO.

3. Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band - What's there to say. It's a meticulously crafted masterpiece. Underrated song - None exists. Overrated song - When I'm Sixty Four.

2. Abbey Road - This is the Beatles' most beautiful sounding creation. It is filled with lush sounds, magnificent harmonies, and breathtakingly amazing songs. Not a single track is boring, and for this being the last effort that the Beatles ever created, it certainly feels like they all gave it 110% of their effort whether that might be true or not. Underrated song - Because . Overrated song - Maxwell's Silver Hammer .

1. Revolver - You might be wondering why this is first when I say what I'm about to say - I don't like Good Day Sunshine at all. However, the rest of the album is the definition of perfect for me. It is the transition between old and new Beatles. You don't believe Me? Look at Taxman , then look at Tomorrow Never Knows . Quite a leap for only 12 songs in between, eh? It's got rock, psychedelia, ballads, Indian music, happy songs, somber songs, beautiful songs, dreamy songs, and is my favorite Beatles album. Pet Sounds might have come first, but like master and apprentice, the apprentice rises above the master and rightfully slaughters him. Underrated song - none exists. Overrated - Good Day Sunshine .

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Pretty good overview @Killerviolin. Interesting that no John/George songs in your overrateds though. And I Love Her must be one of the most underrated love songs ever with that lovely riff. Any song can be underrated but I don't really believe in overrating though - it's just too annoying. If I'm not fussed I just skip it.

I guess if Yesterday was never released as a single and instead tucked away unheralded with other songs on an album, everyone would be calling it an 'undiscovered gem' or a 'little piece of adolescent genius'...

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Thanks! @Saltie 

You're right about the overrateds, though, there are no John/George songs. I didn't even notice that until now. Honestly, I much prefer Lennon and Harrison's song writing styles over McCartney's, but don't get me wrong, I still love McCartney. I did have a few Macca songs in the underrated, too (When I Get Home , Rocky Raccoon , You Won't See Me ). When it comes to overrating and underrating, you can obviously have your own opinion. It was merely meant for my own enjoyment and to get a better feeling of what I enjoy/ don't enjoy in each album.

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Saltie said
I guess if Yesterday was never released as a single and instead tucked away unheralded with other songs on an album, everyone would be calling it an 'undiscovered gem' or a 'little piece of adolescent genius'...  

Agreed, but (1) it would be hard to imagine it ever being undiscovered, and (2) the Beatles' version wasn't a single at home, although it was in the U.S.   

I think the secret of "Yesterday " is that it sounded like it had always been there even when it was a new song. McCartney has talked often about how he woke up with it and played it for everyone for weeks, so sure that someone was going to remind him of something he had heard that was in his subconscious, but the tune was his own. I think after 50+ years we take it for granted. We've heard it done to death, covered well, covered badly, by folk singers, jazz singers, country singers, the words translated into German, Japanese, etc. But it got all those covers because it hit the ear as miraculous. He plucked something indelible out of the air, his recording is beautifully set by Martin and sincerely sung, and and it's on my short list of Beatles records it's hard to imagine their recorded output without.  

He's written other great melodies for love songs, from "Here There And Everywhere " and "I Will " to "My Love" and "Warm and Beautiful," but this is the one that set his standard.   

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@kilIerviolin I get that but I guess I don't like comparing them too much - they were the Beatles! For better or worse, the complete package. I thought When I Get Home was written by John? Yesterday @What Petty Crime - you summed up the song perfectly. I don't actually go for a lot of Paul's post Beatles love songs, some nice melodies but they always seem slightly self conscious, ingratiating even. I feel he peaked in 1966-1968 with love songs because he was not yet aware of his reputation as a ballad writer. After that there was always this feeling he had this reputation to live up to. I realise that won't be a popular opinion. I much prefer his rockers and he had some really strong melodies (Wanderlust, Waterfalls, Once Upon A Long Ago, the latter wrecked by terrible lyrics). He was, and still is, an amazing melodist and arranger. I do think Ram was probably ahead if its time, more so than the John/George stuff. All three wrote a few great songs for each of their albums post 1970 but the ground breaking days of the Beatles were pretty much over.

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I agree about the solo careers, @Saltie . A lot of great songs, even a handful of albums that hold up from end to end, but what worked so well when balanced out by the others can get monotonous when the contrast is gone. It's mysterious. At least two of them (some would say three) were certainly as gifted as people who were never in groups at all and had great solo careers. Maybe it was something about spending all those formative years as a part of something larger.  

On Paul's post-Beatles love songs: I never realized how much I loved the song "Warm and Beautiful" until I heard Elvis Costello's performance of it with the Brodsky Quartet and Steve Nieve on piano for Linda McCartney's memorial concert. He has nothing like Paul's beautiful voice circa 1976, but he gives a committed performance within his means, and the arrangement is a revelation. (Beside it, Paul's original on the Wings album seems almost like self-inflicted vandalism.) 

@Killerviolin does have "All You Need Is Love " as the overrated track for two albums, and that's as John as it gets. It's not one of my favorites either.  

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@Saltie you're right, my mistake. "When I Get Home " is a John song, but in my original post I said "Things We Said Today " so I meant to name that one instead. Honest mistake! Also, I've always been a stickler for rankings things. I like putting things into a wider perspective and highlighting the stronger spots and weaker spots, yet respecting it as a whole and the fact that certain things will appeal to other people more than they do to me. Basically, ranking stuff is fun 🙂

@What Petty Crime All around, it's not like I don't like any songs by one band member and then love every song by another band member. For all members, there are songs I love and don't love. There are very few songs I don't like throughout their 210+ song career, so even when I say something is overrated that doesn't mean I don't like it, yet that I am surprised that it gets so much recognition when I feel that other things surrounding it deserve more. But, obviously, people love what they love, so it was more a way of saying what I enjoy and don't enjoy about the album and a way to get across the kind of songs I love and don't love. I do generally like John's songs the most, but All You Need Is Love doesn't do it for me as much as most of his songs from this era do.

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