She said: "Revolver is the best Beatles album. It doesn't overwhelmingly rock, roll or pop because its strategy is to transport the listener to the until-then uninhabited space between all three via melodic aggressiveness and sonic inventiveness." I said: "Who put all those thoughts in your head? It's got Yellow Submarine, for Christ's sake. And that strategy meant they took their eye off the ball lyrically and out popped Good Day Sunshine and Doctor Robert. (Let's just ignore the Harrison lyrics)." She said: "No, no, no, you're wrong. What sounds like filler or a lack of cohesion is the embodiment of the main theme: alienation. Listen again to how many of the songs take a side-on approach to loneliness and people talking past each other. As standalone songs, they're crystal clear, but together they jar. That's deliberate." I said: "Even though you know what you know, you're wrong." She said: "Then how come you're using one of their songs as a framing device for your review?" I said: "..."
One of the most influential albums of all time and the point where the Beatles started changing the game. Tomorrow Never Know’s is perhaps one of the greatest finale’s on any album.
A dynamic album with top notch production value. There is a fair amount of experimentation with stereo sound, instrumentation and arrangements. When used, the harmonies are excellent. The drum lines simple and true. Individual songs differ enough from one another so as to not make for a monotone collection. There are pop-hooks a plenty, making fans of first-time listeners.
Just a damn great album. Just ... just so great. If I didn't have a soft spot for the sheer quirkiness of "Rubber Soul", "Revolver" would be my #1 Beatles album. Great songwriting, performances, production, and arrangments from top to bottom. Hands down, one of the all-time greats of rock and roll.
Good album :)
Honestly has to be a 10. This album revolutionized the studio as we know it. The Beatles experimented so hard with recording styles and it changed everything.
This album scores highly purely on innovation and influence but when you add the quality of songs that feature on this album (minus Yellow Submarine) it gets full marks. Lyrically it’s probably their best work - “wearing a face that she keeps in a jar by the door.” 👌 The Beatles at their songwriting and creative peak, I love this album.
Here are The Beatles about to leap headlong into their new psychedelic personas. From the backwards guitar solo on Taxman to… the backwards guitar on Tomorrow Never Knows, the band is firing on all four cylinders. Everyone has their spotlight songs, and the album shows a group taking their first real step into the unknown.
One of the greatest albums of all time. You can hear the seeds of experimentation which would explode the next year in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. This album represents a huge leap forward musically, and technologically as the Beatles began using the studio as an instrument in itself.
Finishing this classics week with a BANG. I've been looking forward to the day we'd get a Beatles album for months now, and here we are starting with my favorite! Revolver is such an unbelievable piece of art. The recording techniques are still mind-blowing by today's standards, and the genre exploration is such a welcome reprieve from the band's earlier work. There are, frankly, too many hits on here. I could list them, or you could literally just read the tracklist. Eleanor Rigby?? Taxman?? This is also home to one of my all-time favorite songs ever made, "Tomorrow Never Knows." What a dazzling, mystifying piece of music. And of course there's also "Here, There and Everywhere," famously sampled by Frank Ocean on Blonde. "She Said, She Said," reworked by the Black Keys. It's an experimental pop rock album, and it still manages to be a hit parade. As cliche as Beatles praise has become, it's almost frightening how good their albums like this are. This was made in 1966. Who was anywhere near this in 1966? We've heard so many rock albums on this list from that decade and decades after, and it's crazy how this holds up compared to any and all peers. This could never get less than a perfect score from me. Favorite tracks: Tomorrow Never Knows, Love You To, Taxman, Eleanor Rigby, Got to Get You Into My Life, Here There Everywhere, She Said She Said. Album art: Definitely iconic. I don't know what my favorite cover from the Beatles is honestly, but it isn't likely this one. Still, I can't escape it. 5/5
This album blows my mind. Every single time. This is a pop/rock album, right? But here's Eleanor Rigby, a piece of chamber music with pop lyrics; Love to You, with its tabla and sitar; Yellow Submarine, which feels like something written for Sesame Street; For No One, backed only by piano, percussion, and French horn; and Tomorrow Never Knows which still sounds, in 2021, like it's from the future. The rest of the songs are more traditional rock and pop but they are an eclectic mix that I find difficult to place in a specific time period. Here, There and Everywhere sounds like 1960 Beatles. Got to Get You Into My Life sounds like 1970s Wings (which is honestly ok with me). Here is a short list of the things on this album that make me exclaim, "Are you kidding me?" to these geniuses when I listen to Revolver: The too slow countdown + cough + in tempo countdown that open Taxman and the guitar solo in the middle. The psychedelic fuzzy guitar on She Said She Said. The staggered entrances of the instruments and vocals at the beginning of Good Day Sunshine and the change to the melody on "Sunshine" the last time through the chorus. The way the bass and the piano play with each other on I Want to Tell You. The entirety of Tomorrow Never Knows. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? This is my favorite Beatles album.
I kind of wish I were listening to the Beatles albums in order, to follow their evolution, but it's also interesting to look at each album as a snapshot of one point in time, and to hear the familiar and unfamiliar songs in their original collections together. I do remark how this album represented an exploration of what it meant to craft recordings in a studio as its own thing, as opposed to capturing a group performance. I wouldn't really have noticed that if I hadn't read about it, but it's quite interesting to me to learn the details and innovations they came up with. I loved all the songs, from the very familiar to the less. I'm sure there would be a different favorite every time I listened. Today, unpredictably, it was "Got to Get You Into My Life."
For about 15 years, I believed, and would argue, that this is the best Beatles album. I'm less certain now - purely because so many are brilliant, but it still feels like the balance of pop and experimentation is so perfect on this album, at least for me. It really isn't worth going track by track with the Beatles, as you'd almost believe every song is a single, such is their impact. It's perfect, or so near it doesn't matter anyway.
This is a beautiful album of artwork and I always enjoy listening to it. It's not even my all-time top fave Beatles album but it's still deserving of 5 stars. I love where these songs take my imagination and I had a great time listening to some classic genius song-writing which did in fact change the direction of pop music inspiring millions globally. Well done Beatles love you long time.
The translation album between pop and psychedelia. Like every Beatles album it’s jammed with hits!
Maybe it's because I'm not a huge Beatles fan, or maybe it's because I hate "Yellow Submarine" with a burning passion. Either way, I thought this album was average, and I initially wanted to rate it 3 stars. However, I acknowledge that "Revolver" contains a few classic hits, such as "Eleanor Rigby" and the other song I mentioned. I was also pleasantly surprised by "Love You To," which I've never heard before. Therefore, I'll give this album 4 stars.
I did enjoy listening to this album, having never fully listened to any Beatles albums from beginning to end. Only knowing a few of their major singles, this definitely felt more psychedelic/experimental than perhaps their earlier work. Especially with the sitar and other instruments. It seemed obvious that they were on some good drugs around the time of recording this album. Controversial opinion - didn't care too much for Yellow Submarine. Best: Taxman; Elenor Rigby Worst: Here, There and Everywhere
I have never been a true Beatles fan. Maybe it's because when I was able to "get into them" I was too busy getting into "better" bands like Led Zepplin, Rush, and Van Halen. Anytime I listened to them I thought they were just a lighter version of that and never impressed me. But any time I really dove into a song, I tended to like it for the most part. I'm very excited that we have finally gotten an Beatles album on this list so I have an excuse to listen to them and this one didn't dissapoint. With classics like Elanor Rigby and Yellow Submarine (is it the true version?) I was hooked. Even the lesser knowns were enjoyable. I actually ended up listening to the album twice over and I can confidently say I am a fan. I have no ranking of the beatles albums but since this is the first I've fully listened to, I'll say, for now, it's my favorite. Super strange and cool album cover, something I'm sure they made while they were tripping on acid.
The Beatles seventh album is 5x platinum and regarded as the most innovative album in popular music. There's different musical styles, diverse sounds/instruments, new recording strategies, and great lyrics. The album is said to have inspired development of psychedelic rock, electronica, progressive rock and world music. The vibe the band was going for on this album, was sounds that weren't possible during live shows and ones that sounded otherworldly. The album accomplished this and it still holds up today as being extremely rich in different sounds, while holding up that pop rhythm. Furthermore, the album captured the spirit of the times which was progressive social and cultural changes - especially in London which during recording was regarded as a cultural capital. This is the first time I have listened to this album all the way through and I have to agree it sounds pretty epic!
Apart from Yellow Submarine, one of their best
Great pop record. I guess I really like studio Beatles.
Definitely more my pace as far as the Beatles go. There’s a lot going on here musically, I can see myself coming back to this one
Connor: One of the best Beatles albums
YES this was my shit back in 2018 still love them
I mean cmon! Beatles scale: 4.7
Veritable blueprint for a perfect pop album
A classic. Didn’t know I knew most of the songs until I heard them. Can’t believe they are all on one album
Favourite songs - For No One She Said She Said I’m Only Sleeping Least favourite - Love You To Tomorrow Never Knows Overall one of my favourite albums
Beautiful mixing and wonderful record, one of my favorites!
Stone cold classic. Every track a classic except maybe “Love You To,” which is famous in its own way for the introduction of the Indian influence. Forgot the really hard stereo effect amplified by wearing headphones.
took a second listen but this album is huge. can only imagine what a revolutionary thing the sitar would of been yellow submarine is hilarious tomorrow never knows im only sleeping
perfeito, experimental, vanguardista
Pleasant, easy listening with that unmistakeable Beatles sound.
Well, it’s the Beatles, so it’s hard-pressed to be bad. ;) I liked this one, and it was interesting because they sounded young still to me on this one.
My favourite Beatles album. It doesn’t get much better.
Really enjoyed this. Listened twice.
Fantastic as ever
Rubber Soul part 2, arguably their best album and one of my personal favorites.
I expect to have most of the Beatles album will be on this list.
Pog up for the best and basic album
one of the best albums of all time. nuff said.
Perfection. Nothing more need be said.
Great, great album. Obviously a classic
*sigh*. This is the most begrudging 5 stars I'm going to give. This is far from my favorite Beatles album, but it's the goddamn Beatles. Anything less than 5 is just straight up untrue.
Masterpiece of the 60s that changed the course of popular music!
This is not my favorite Beatles album but it does demonstrate the diversity of their artistic talent and how musical styles from other cultures can be incorporated but maybe not appropriated?
Very instrumental. More songs I recognized than I thought I would. A dope anime intro I've always looked for was on this too. A chill album, good for background music while doing art or cleaning
So good. So much sitar!
Some believe the greatest album ever made.
4.8 + Beatles in the pocket, pushing the envelope on pop sound with the discipline to not descend into self-indulgence.
Probably in my top 5 ever. Easily the best Beatles album, even with Yellow Submarine
Que wow. Incredible stuff.
The ones I didn’t know so well sounded class. Plus the ones I do know are a couple of my faves Beatles songs. Kids love Yellow Submarine too. These guys will go far.
I'd somehow forgotten how good this album was.
Love it. Uplifting and gentle feeling album. Strings in Eleanor Rigby Cool Sitar, can Hear a lot of FOTC inspiration.
I’m a basic bitch, but this is absolutely the best album by one of the greatest bands. 10/10 would listen again.
top ten album! every song is a classic.
Double listen. The best
Fantastic album, the best they made as a band in my opinion.
Possibly their first album of pure genius. Best Tracks: Eleanor Rigby, Got to Get You into My Life, Tomorrow Never Knows
Yes yes yes. Putting on the LP buying list!
Awesome album! Loved the documentary included with this album!
I like this for personal reasons, aand it's still a great album
Everything about the production of this album is amazing. Taxman is a killer opener, with amazing buildup as tracks and the bassline are progressively added. So good!
An album as inventive as it is accomplished. It’s hard to imagine a song more perfect than Eleanor Rigby, or more timeless than Tomorrow never knows. Countless bands imitated The Beatles sound, but none could replicate their songwriting.
First song sampled by the Jam in Start
Esta cool, es el mejor disco de los beatles de esta epoca y siento yo que mas innovador respecto al sgt peppers
Pretty cool. Definitely from a different time but i enjoyed it.
The Beatles pushed music to where it is now. This album is undervalued.
An absolutely fantastic album jam packed with bops and classic songs. Not one dull spot on the whole thing and the Beatles experiment with sounds in such interesting ways while still keeping the songs fun and absolutely entertaining.
Classic album. Loved by me and everyone else.
Tomorrow Never Knows. Without this song my entire musical journey would be totally different. The Chemical Brothers may never have existed without it. Plus Taxman, Eleanor Rugby's and the rest of the album... Just wonderful.
Naturally, very familiar with this one as well already. Between “Rubber Soul” and “Revolver”, my dad educated me about the Beatles in my early teens. As such, both have special places in my heart, though if I had to choose between the two, I’d lean “Rubber Soul”. That is in no way any sort of indictment on “Revolver”. This album is also a stone-cold classic.
Very listenable, complex and confident
Still unreal. Maybe the best Beatles album
No soy mucho de Beatles, pero me ha sorprendido para bien el disco y se me ha hecho corto.
Fantastic album. I need to listen to more individual Beatles records instead of the top played list.
The Beatles at their best. 10.
Finally, a Beatles album! And it's my second favorite one after the White Album
Quite cool. It has some good songs. The Beatles are pretty good I guess but I don't know why everyone in the 60s was obsessed with them because they are not very good looking and their music is just like doo doo playing a nice tune. Bit overrated in my personal opinion. Like BTS but ugly and average
Stunning. The lyrics, the artistry, the variety, the production. A band unafraid to try new things but who take the fans with them. Taxman is a great rock track; Eleanor Rigby is a maudlin, poetic chamber pop track; I’m Only Sleeping a trippy, hippy sixties indie track; Tomorrow Never Knows experimental almost trip hop/dance Indian vibe… and it all works and sounds incredible. Perhaps the album that shows the world The Beatles as artists, making great works of art - more than just a great band. Side note- I nearly docked a star for the insufferable, anodyne, tiresome Yellow Submarine - but, hey, that would of been churlish of me!
Is this their best album? Maybe. The Beatles are cool. Even people who don't "like" the Beatles have to appreciate them. Those who say they don't at least appreciate them (or acknowledge their greatness) are just trying to be "different" or "cool" - but they aren't. Kickin' bass lines throughout this one Paul - way to go.
I mean. Come on. This record. Hoooooooo boy. I've listened to all the Beatles studio albums so many times that I can hum the pitch of the first note of any song, based on hearing the end of the previous song in the track listing. Not a brag, just an indicator of how well I know these records. The Beatles are my favorite band and a lot of what I like about my other favorite bands can be traced back to something the Beatles did "first." I can't pick a favorite Beatles record (not for a lack of trying) and Revolver is in the group of their best that make the task impossible. This is also the record where their guitar tones got wild. I've always loved how thin and piercing the distorted guitars are on this record, and that continues with Sgt. Pepper and the White Album (not many guitars on Magical Mystery Tour). It took me a long time to get into other great 60s bands (The Kinks, Beach Boys, etc.) because I held them all to the standard that the Beatles set. No band produced such an consistently high level of quality through their entire career. 12 records in 6 years. That's all it was. Highlights: So hard to pick just a few, but...McCartney's lead guitar and noodle-y bass runs on "Taxman;" The story and strings on "Eleanor Rigby;" the perfectly-captured sleepiness on "I'm only sleeping;" the giant leap forward of "Tomorrow Never Knows."
I mean, what more can be said. Just one of the greatest of all time.
Obvious classic and maybe my favorite Beatles record
Many of my favs on this album!
One of my favorite Beatles albums, if only Yellow Submarine had remained on the cutting room floor might be a 6 5 🌟
What hit me upon this return to Revolver is the textural variety the Beatles aim for across the album as a whole. By this point their songcraft is rock solid, so it’s a case of seeing what else they can add, or how they can twist it: the pulsing strings of Eleanor Rigby, the swirling pseudo-Indian She Said She Said, the bursting sunshine horns of Got to Get you into my Life. These embellishments are thrown into sharp relief by reverting back to the guitar,guitar, bass, drums and harmonies of the classic sound, which underpins the whole record. In this context of experiment with sonic texture even the sore thumb of Yellow Submarine doesn’t stick out quite so much.
Ive heard this album realistically at least 100 times in my life, and today, listening in my noise canceling headphones, is the first time I’ve noticed the yawning in “I’m Only Sleeping” and the clapping in “And Your Bird Can Sing.” Music!
When i first got really into the Beatles, i couldn't get into this album. I've since come around, but there are still some real stinkers on here. "Dr. Robert" might be the worst Beatles song. I almost demoted this to 4 stars just because of that song
I often fall on the Alan Partridge trap of listening to ‘The Best of The Beatles’ and inevitably miss out on rediscovering songs that would be the pinnacle of most bands’ careers. Revolver is full of these, in particular Tomorrow Never Knows, Taxman, I’m Only Sleeping, and Got to Get You Into My Life. 5 stars in spite of Yellow Submarine.
All these songs are great (what's with the Yellow Submarine hate?), but the standouts are Eleanor Rigby (haunting lyrics, simple yet effective), I'm Only Sleeping (psychedelic rock groove), Here, There, and Everywhere (an amazingly beautiful and refreshing love song), Got to Get You Into My Life (a super catchy tune), and Tomorrow Never Knows (the psychedelic piece de resistance). I guess my only "complaint" would be that Paperback Writer and Rain, two great songs from the Revolver sessions that were released as a single a few months before Revolver, aren't on the album but this is understandable since it was typical Beatles practice to not include single songs on the album.
An obvious one. One of the greatest albums ever. Stereo version still sounds kind of funny on headphones - need to check out Mono version again.
Its definitely 5 stars, I would be lying to myself if it was any lower. But at the same time a couple of the songs can be annoying at times. I actually enjoy Yellow Submarine which is contrary to other reviews on this site, but I need to be in a really good mood to enjoy Good Day Sunshine, otherwise its a straight skip. Same story with Dr. Robert, who's backstory is way more interesting than the song itself. That being said, the 5 stars is warrant because I love half the songs to death and enjoy the rest. I particularly love Tomorrow Never Knows instrumentation and sonic sound. Also there's 3 songs from George which is fantastic as he's my favourite Beatle. On a side note, the album cover is their best, even better than Sgt. Pepper. I feel like all but one or two Beatles albums on this list will be 5 stars. It's kind of annoying at times they're too good. Then again if you've sold the most records in history, what else do you expect.
When I made the return to Vinyl from my journey through the tape, CD, MP3 and streaming this was the first album I bought. Originally I listened to this as a kid on my Dad's copy which was well worn by the time I got hold of it. I was surprised how much the pops, crackles, little jumps etc were etched in my brain. Almost 40 years later and my new copy didn't have any of these, still sounded awesome. I feel for anyone who hasn't had that analogue experience. Don't get me wrong the pure unadulterated digital has its place as well. A classic all the way, even those that doubt Yellow Submarine, I was 5 when I first listed and that was my fav and got me hooked don't forget that the Beatles are a band for all time and all people.
What more can be said about this? An absolute classic.
Simply put it’s the best Beatles album and should be classified as one of, if not the greatest album ever made. Words can’t do this album justice, it’s a magnificent piece of work that should be remembered for eternity
I really enjoyed listening to this album. My favourites are Eleanor Rigby, Here, There and Everywhere, I'm Only Sleeping and Tomorrow Never Knows. 5/5 stars.
Revolver is a band at the peak of their powers as a collective but also as individuals, where everything is in balance. The result is a pop/rock album of seismic proportions covering all sorts of musical ideas, stylistic ground and psychedelia. It’s edgy, thrilling and dangerous and it’s close to, if not the Beatles best.
Brilliant. The breadth of musical exploration in one album is unbelievable.
Amazing. Top to bottom.
El mejor album de la historia!
If asked to write down all the Beatles' albums from memory, I'd forget Revolver. Which I know, because I forgot it until it showed up on my list. It's great: musically, lyrically, production quality. Even the experimental pieces are approachable - which, for me, is often a reason I skip a Beatles song. Like all of their albums, Revolver is already part of my collection. It should be in yours, too.
One of my favorite Beatles albums, if only Yellow Submarine had remained on the cutting room floor might be a 6 🌟
Had not listened to this before, but had heard about half the songs previously. It has a great album cover! My favorite song on this album, and possibly of the Beatles, is "Eleanor Rigby." I read on the Wikipedia page that the string octet was inspired by the soundtrack to PSYCHO. I love that soundtrack so I guess it isn't such a surprise I love this song. I also already loved the songs "Taxman," "Here, There and Everywhere," "Yellow Submarine," "Good Day Sunshine," "And Your Bird Can Sing" and "Got To Get You Into My Life" (which rivals Eleanor Rigby for my favorite Beatles song). The rest of the album was new and I liked them on first listen. Probably my favorite of the new songs were "Doctor Robert." The song seems to imply this doctor might not be completely on the level... "For No One" stood out to me. I also found "Tomorrow Never Knows" to be an amazing end to the album. I love its epic psychedelic structure. It's easy to see why this was such an important and beloved album. It overflows with musical ideas and packs a huge punch for its relatively short runtime.
I enjoyed this album of the Beatles. That does not surprise me.
A classic :) My Favorites off this album are I'm Only Sleeping, Here There and Everywhere, And Your Bird Can Sing, and I Want to Tell You.
Possibly my favorite album of their's.
Favorite Beatles Album. Perfection!
Just brilliant. One of the best albums ever.
one of their best album
There have been times where this album moves into my number 1 Beatles album, but the White Album usually wins out. This thing is another perfect album on the list. What else is there to say about this album. Just awesome songwriting, musicianship, performances, and creativity. I've heard it tons of times all the way through, but I never tire of it. Even the album cover is magical.
I had never actually listened to a Beatles album from beginning to end, though I've heard a lot of their songs many times. But I really enjoyed this album. It flows really well and I liked the songs I hadn't heard before.
Phenomenal. Good mix of beginning Beatles and old Beatles.
I'd say it's perfect if not for the Yellow Submarine... otherwise it's an amazing album that only cemented The Beatles' status as the best band of their time.
It's not my favourite Beatles album, but the hallmarks of quality still shine throughout
One of the most important pieces of art in the history of mankind.
It's hard not to love this one, it's so raw and powerful.
Probably the third best Beatles album. That's very high praise, indeed.
“This is a brilliant album which underlines once and for all that the Beatles have definitely broken the bounds of what we used to call pop.”
My favorite album from The Beatles. I still remember the first time I listened to Eleanor Rigby when I was a kid. It is a masterpiece that changed what was considered pop music. All excellent tracks - no filler at all. Even Yellow Submarine flows perfectly while listening the entire record. Happy to live a life where this exists.
one of the truly great albums of all time. Maybe the first 'rock as high art' masterpieces.
Top 3 Beatles albums for me. Good day sunshine and Eleanor Rigby are absolute tunes. And the Sitar on Love you to is incredible
Its always great to get a Beatles isn't it? Obviously this is an incredibly accomplished album, but in the spirit of saving the 5*s for the hard hitters, this isn't my fave Beatles album. So is it a 4... hmm. I love how varied their style is in this, some classic rock, some more alt songs and then some that are a little twee. Ah fuck it its a 5
Classic, hard to argue with their anthology.
"Eleanor Rigby" was one of the first Beatles songs I heard. "She Said She Said" and "Here, There, and Everywhere" are two of my top favorite Beatles songs of all time. The sounds here are just the perfect blend of innovative and familiar. I get a sense of nostalgia listening to this record even though I was born in the 1990s. :)
yeah pretty good
I love the cover. Some classic songs. My favourite was Tomorrow Never Knows.
Uff tremendo pedazo de arte 5/5
Yeah the Beatles were pretty good, not gonna lie. Eleanor Rigby is probably my favorite song of theirs, but this album also has some other bangers like "Taxman", "Love You To", "Tomorrow Never Knows" and basically every other song (except Yellow Submarine). Gotta love that sitar. I'd be the first one to jump on the "Beatles are overrated" train (or submarine?), but that doesn't mean they weren't amazingly talented musicians. I have to give this a 5/5 or I'm being too strict with these ratings.
I do find the mixes for the beatles kind of weird with headphones where the L/R audio is totally wack
Only my second 5*. But it’s brilliant, an album I’ve always loved, and has my favourite Beatles song on (‘Here, There and Everywhere’)
Tiene rolas de diez y unas de dos tres, pero promedia alto.
When Beatles went pro.
Along with Abbey Road and maybe Rubber Soul, I consider Revolver one of my favourite Beatles's albums. There's so much going on with a wide range of styles and an increased contribution from all the members. The Beatle's sound was rapidly evolving and after this album, the band settled into the studio and continued to expand and innovate their sound. This has a few hits (Taxman, Eleanor Rigby and Yellow Sub), but really it's a collection of lower key classics that makes this a very solid listen.
Maybe the best one by the Beatles. A collection of solid and tight rock songs here. Before they included more experimental elements.
A true classic. The Beatles at their prime, in my opinion, mixing the best from the early and the late era of the band.
Easily the best Beatles album. Might be my favorite album of all time. Their best mixture of brilliant songwriting and interesting experimentation. 10/10 1. Eleanor Rigby 2. I'm Only Sleeping 3. For No One
Perfection. Even yellow submarine.
Incredible collection of songs, love this transition period between "old school" Beatles and what they would become from Sgt. Pepper on. Also, includes perhaps the best Ringo song in Yellow Submarine.
Fantastic, Eleanor Rigby is a tune and yellow submarine reminds me of being 10 singing it a at school
A classic. Their, arguably, best song "Eleanor Rigby" is accompanied only by a string quartet. That's some feat to pull off.
Por mucho tiempo (y quizá aún) Revolver fue mi álbum favorito de los Beatles: las razones abundan, pero una de las más importantes es que es un disco que me ofrece un poco de todo: cursilerías de McCartney, cosas oscuras de Lennon, las primeras composiciones 100% de Harrison, a Ringo cantando algo sacado de un viaje de LSD, instrumentación occidental y oriental, tracks en reversa, todo. Una de las características que lo hacen especial es que ya tenían tomada la decisión de no volver a hacer giras y eso le da a George Martin todo el espacio para igual tener en el estudio un octeto de cuerdas (¡como único acompañamiento de una canción de "Rock"!), un oboe, un corno francés, o de grabar las guitarras y luego meterlas a la mezcla final en reversa. Tratando de dilucidar cuál rola es mi favorita de este disco, llego a la conclusión de que es más fácil ubicar las dos que menos me gustan: "Yellow Submarine", que de cualquier forma tiene su ondita y es divertida de oír como pieza individual; y "I Want To Tell You", que siento como la menos interesante del disco, musicalmente hablando. Pero es que ahí están "For No One", "Good Day Sunshine" (que por cierto fue rankeada como la peor de ellos en cierto conteo), "And Your Bird Can Sing" y la cereza del pastel que es "Got To Get You Into My Life". No hay como aburrirse con este disco.
Sólo por tener a Eleanor Rigby se merece de menos 3 estrellas pero no, no es lo único excelente del disco. 14 canciones repartidas en 34 minutos y aún así son piezas bien redondeadas. Sin ser el más fan ni mucho menos un experto, creo que es un disco de transición entre el sonido inicial con el de la psicodelia porque no están mezclados, sino que están presentes en algunas canciones de manera independiente. Creo que ningún disco me había provocado clavarme y poner uno tras otro y éste sí lo logró. 4.5 estrellas que suben a 5 por esta razón. Songs: Eleanor Rigby, Got To Get You Into My Life, I´m Only Sleeping, For No One
Seems like an instant classic! Fresh ideas 45+ years later and clearly influential.
For me, this is The Beatles’ best album. Their early stuff is great with the harmonies and simple but catchy tunes, then they released Rubber Soul and you got a hint that they were evolving into much more than just a pop band, and then Revolver came out and blew everyone away with the new ground that it broke. With Tomorrow Never Knows, She Said She Said, I’m Only Sleeping, and And Your Bird Can Sing, it’s a really strong album for John. Paul’s contributions to the album are a bit more mainstream but some of his strongest work as well, especially Here, There and Everywhere. George brings a couple of solid tunes as well with Taxman and I Want to Tell You (not so much with Love You To though - the album’s only miss really). It’s eclectic, and the songs just jump off the vinyl. They did great work after this of course, but Revolver was the transition point. 5 stars.
Wonderful, fantastic, love it!
The best Beatles album. The tightest of the psychedelic era.
My favorite Beatles album. A classic.
I mean...it's Revolver. Possibly my favourite of all The Beatles Work. Although I do endlessly love Abbey Road Medley.
My favourite Beatles album (it's back and forth between this and Rubber Soul).
Great album, love the Beatles
Kind of a hodge-podge of styles and it's quite short for an album with so many songs, so I could nit-pick and dock this a star but there's way too many incredible songs for me to give this any less than 5 stars.
Этот Револьвер способен "выстрелить" даже в самый худший день зарядом песен на все времена. Чего только стоят Eleanor Rigby и For No One! 9 из 10.
Best band forever. First album cover with no band name on it. Interested in Taxman song, because it is not talking about love. "Taxman" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1966 album Revolver. Written by the group's lead guitarist, George Harrison, with some lyrical assistance from John Lennon, it protests against the higher level of progressive tax imposed in the United Kingdom by the Labour government of Harold Wilson, which saw the Beatles paying over 90 per cent of their earnings to the Treasury. The song was selected as the album's opening track and contributed to Harrison's emergence as a songwriter beside the dominant Lennon–McCartney partnership. It was the group's first topical song and the first political statement they had made in their music.
one of the best of all time
Part of the peak before their baroque period. My favorite album of the Beatles.
Excellent album from start to finish. Tons of well known songs. 9/10
One of the best albums of all time, Eleanor Rigby changes what a pop song could be, For No One and Here, There and Everywhere are masterpieces of arranging, and Tomorrow Never Knows is a game changer in cultural terms. Everyone knows it. Yellow Submarine isn't very good tho.
Classic. I actually like Rubber Soul better as an album, but Revolver has some of the best Beatles songs.
Eleanor Rigby is sooooo good. Again, gets a bit weird and experimental. But like... it's the Beatles. Four stars.
Listen in historical context, creative and relevant
Purely based on the songs and how I like them, this would be a 3 however I have to commend the "artistry" in the album, it's diversity of different styles aswell as it being ahead of its time for 1966
Great album but not my favorite Beatles record.
Really enjoyable. Plenty of great tunes as expected.
Another classic from the beatles
Solid Beatles album, but not their best
Really liked this one -- I've never really given the Beatles a listen, but this album is really good. And the last track is dope af.
such a solid beatles album, has a genre of it's own compared to the other ones
Not my favorite Beatles album but there are some great songs - Rigby, She Said, She Said, etc. Wish I could score 4.5
I think I like the non remastered version of this better. Hard to stream though. It’s not easy to understand this in context. This was probably absolutely mind blowing at the time. Now it’s still good but not 5 star.
Great Beatles album. Not quite a 5 but really close
love the beatles.
bissle gefällts ja doch - 4
the version on Spotify sucks. Who remastered this garbage? Just leave it mono.
While I absolutely love this album, I also don’t think it’s the single greatest Beatles record. There are some great songs and I love hearing them begin to transition towards their sound in the later years, but there are moments that kind of lull. Songs that aren’t quite my favorite tracks: “Here, There, and Everywhere,” “Yellow Submarine,” and “Doctor Robert”
I had not been though this album I enjoyed it a great deal. It sounds like the Beatles but more.... grown up or modern. The songs are not nearly as catchy as some of the other albums but still has that "Beatles" sound. submarines out of 5
Nie wiem co sie wydarzylo, ze wylosowalo dzisiaj dwa albumy, ale cale szczescie sa to dwa szybkie odsluchy, na pierwszy ogien idzie cos znanego, wiec beatelsowy revolver, plyta ktora jak dla mnie definiuje te bande na nowo, z typowo popowego brzmienia zmierza w cos bardziej eksperymentalnego, co juz widac nawet po rzucie okiem na okladke i jej kolazowy styl, a jak eksperymenty, to nie moglo zabraknac elementow psychodelicznych, bo poza rubberowym soulem z hameryki beatelsy przywiozly takze ciagoty do srodkow psychoaktywnych, wiec naturalnym nastepstwem zdarzen jest pojscie w strone psychodelicznego brzmienia, z psychodelia ida w parze dobrze klimaty wschodnie, wiec harrison na sitarze czy tanpurze, rowniez strunowy instrumencior, pochodzenia prawdpodobnie indyjskiego, nie jest tu jakims zaskoczeniem, chociaz eksperymenty beatelsowe nie brzmia jakby w ogole byly one eksperymentami, wszystko jest tak solidnie wymasterowane, nie tylko jesli chodzi o poziom liryczny tekstow, bo duet lenonowo mccartnejowy robi robote jak zwykle, ale widac juz takze dobre kawalki od harrisona, jak otwierajacy taxman, czy i want to tell you, jest to tez plyta na ktorej kazdy z czlonkow dostal przynajmniej jeden kawalek na ktorym jest glownym woklaem, 14 trakow rozbitych na 35 minutach, co daje typowo popowe dwu minutowe z kawalkiem kompozycje, a osoba z jednym trakiem na liscie jest oczywscie ringo, ale rekompensuje mu to, ze yellow submarine stal sie, zaraz obok eleanor rigby, jednym z najpopularniejszych kawalkow plyty, pomimo swojego dzieciecego charakteru, prostej linii melodycznej, na ktora nakladaja sie lenonowe wynalazki, zwlaszcza podczas zalogowego dialogu, ale nie mozna zapominac o aspekcie patrzenia na traki pisane kwasowo, z kolejnych elementow eksperymentalnych to zauwazalnym jest takze zabawa loopami czy dzwiekami synthowo podobnymi, jak na traku tommorow never comes, gdzie obok blizej niezidentyfikowanego skreczowania po tasmie slychac klaskacze czy inne grzeochoty, co do kawalkow na plejke, to kazdy czlonek dostal swojego picka, ringo wiadomo ktorego, lennon na im only sleeping, harrison wspominanego juz taxmana, a u paula wybor padl na good day sunshine, nie jest to z pewnoscia moj ulubiony material beatelsow, ale jednak jest to jedna z najbardziej influencyjnych plyt lat 60, ktora miala wplyw na rozwoj popu i obranie nowych kierunkow w jego rozwoju
Hard to judge, so many years later, how different this was from its contemporaries
02/05 - Today I worked on door schedule continuity between the manufacturing, drum storage and Lab/Office buildings. I also cleaned up the rest of the UG and Foundation slab sheets for issue. Always an easily listen when it comes to the Beatles. Between Enleanor Rigby, Yellow Submarine, Got to Get You Into My Life... just so many great songs compiled into one great album.
Probably the best Beatles album? Right?
These lads have got a big future
I don't know if I've ever knowingly listened to this album in its entirety before but I felt I'd heard most of it before. It was actually alright tbf and the legacy alone is huge. 8/10
I'm not a huge Beatles fan, but I enjoyed this album. It's an eclectic mix of styles, and it's hard to believe this was only 2 years after Meet the Beatles. I found some songs I'd never heard before that I really enjoyed, and I'll likely revisit this one.
3.5 afgerond naar 4. Niet slecht, maar ze hebben leukere platen.
The Beatles and pop rock at their best for sure. Probably only my second favorite album of theirs, but not by much. Great all the way through, it just didn't have one song that wowed me the way "While my Guitar Gently Weeps" did when I first heard it.
Hard to fault despite a couple of proper wobbles. Songs like Eleanor Rigby are simply untouchable. Probably my favorite Beatles album
Oh jetzt hab ich das Beatlesalbum verpasst! Nicht mein liebstes Album aber 4 Sterne für die Ohrwurmpilzköpfe
Some cool trippy new age tracks. Paul McCartney is such a damn good bassist. Got to Get You Into My Life and Tomorrow Never Knows were highlights. Probably won't listen to it through again, but good. 8/10
Nothing wrong with the Beatles.
This is the first of the Beatles "good albums." Definitely a lot more substance in the lyrics yet no cohesion throughout. It sounds like a bunch of great songs made in different sessions all crammed into one album. It's a rather joyful jaunt, but I'll never understand the name of the album. There are a few songs worth skipping on here - I forgot they existed. I'm only sleeping, bird can sing, dr. robert, and I want to tell you are meh. Tomorrow never knows is also meh, but I can see what they were doing - progressive for its time. The number of songs liked puts it at a 3, but for its time and for the good songs that are on here it gets bumped to 4. It's a good romp, but trim the fat, beatles. I also think maxwell's silver hammer would fit on this album.
A fantastic album. Can always return to it.
I appreciate any incorporation of strings into a song, so Eleanor Rigby was the standout on this album. I enjoyed the incorporation of the sitar, as well. Got To Get You Into My life is also a bop. Everything else was standard Beatles and inoffensive.
Not usually a fan of music from this time period, but It's the beatles. Not much more to say. Really good for the most part.
Great album with some of my favourite Beatles tracks.
Good album but not my favorite beatles album by a long shot.
I don't have any specific hot takes on this one. I think it's a solid album honestly. While I am not the biggest Beatles fan in the world I respect this album for what it is.
Wikipedia article really helped me through this one. Reading the processes of the writing / recording made some of my least favorite Fab Four songs more tolerable. I was pleasantly surprised by George's "Love You To".
Очень необычный звук
Liked 'Love You To' for its psychedelic elements, 'Yellow Submarine' for rhyming like a shanty, 'I Want To Tell You' for being retarded, 'Got To Get You Into My Life' because I am an uncultured fuck who remembers songs from cartoon, and 'Tomorrow Never Knows' because that's the closest to acid I can get.
It was pretty good. It seems a bit different than other Beatles albums, and those differences lead to an interesting experience. Although not specific to this album, the main problems in most songs were that each ear contained one instrument and that the songs were very "60's slow" in that they had that era-specific sluggish feeling to them. All in all, however, these problems don't plague this album like others.
Really enjoyed this album…. Many were in the Sound Breaking podcast
4/5 well I know the goodies in this one
Really appreciate this album for starting the experimental Beatles arc. The songs are all good but nothing way out there AND on the level of The Beatles hit popularity. Shockingly the most well known song from this album is probably Yellow Submarine, which kinda makes my point.
Ein gutes Beatles-Album, reicht nicht ganz an Sgt. Pepper ran.
With this album the Beatles left behind rock and roll to get closer to other musical styles. More experimental. (7/10) Favourite Tracks: Eleanor Rigby, For No One
The more experimental expressive Beatles, some dissonances, some hits. Good
some great ones in there... and some forgettable ones, too
Yes yes, as if this album hasn't been reviewed 3 million times already...ok ok ok top 10 album of all-time, highly influential, etc etc. So ... do I actually like it? No Beatles albums are anything less than interesting, even their (to me) very dated earliest material - this is where they started to get experimental, which is probably why as a little kid listening to some of these songs scared me a bit (musically the sitar freaked me out a bit; lyrically "Eleanor Rigby" especially was a trip - 'keeps her face in a jar' - the metaphor was way over my head). But...scary music sticks with you. Honestly, a fair number of the songs kind of bore me ("I'm Only Sleeping" and "Love You To") - but the best here are among the best songs....ever? "Good Day Sunshine" and "Got to Get You Into My Life" in particular are worthy of their fame. For me they got better after this, but this is the genesis of them steering away from their 50s influences (perhaps excepting "Here, There and Everywhere") and becoming the "weird Beatles" - which is my preference. 7/10 4 stars
Ehkä vähän liian pitkä, mutta Beatles on silti Beatles. Itse pidän näistä vanhemmista pop levyistä verrattuna Sgt. Pepper aikakauteen. Pidin erityisesti Eleanor Rigbysta ja Tomorrow Never Knowsta
heard it a million times already lol
Im pretty conflicted. I really like this album but it lags pretty far behind lt col pepper and his band. There are very few duds
Of the mid-60s transition Beatles albums, I prefer Rubber Soul, but this one is still a masterpiece.
Some lovely tracks on this, some classic beatles. Yellow Submarine is pretty garbage though, sounds like it was written by a 5 year old. Going from 'here there and everywhere' to 'yellow submarine' on the track listing is a joke, considering how nice the former track is.
Whilst not my favourite album, it's a strong one, with some solid hits on it. The fact that it's got sitar in it pushes it up in the ratings. Big up Ravi Shankar
Tighter than the white album but fewer standouts songs too. Very innovative and experimental sounds with some lyrical prowess as well. Great production and arrangements with interesting melodies. A few duds IMO in yellow sub, dr Robert etc but also a few gems I wasn’t previously familiar. I’m only sleeping, and your bird can sing, for no one, got to get you into my life.
Would be churlish but tempting to give this less than 4
A bunch of great tracks, and certainly a classic album. However, it doesn't feel very cohesive to me - maybe that's b.c. I know almost all of the tracks first before the album, but it doesn't feel like it flows or has a theme
Eheä kokonaisuus, pari tosi hyvää biisiä.
I've already heard it a million times. It's good, but worn out. God i hope it doesn't recommend Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd next.
A true classic, of course. I'd argue it's as influential as Sgt. Pepper.
Hard to fault despite a couple of proper wobbles. Songs like Eleanor Rigby are simply untouchable. Probably my favorite Beatles album
I'm not a huge fan of the Beatles, but I did recognise a few songs on this album. It's some good stuff, but not too keen on the extreme stereo effects, would have preferred it a bit more subtle. Most songs were enjoyable.
Yeah it's undeniably good but it's not my favourite Beatles album. It's got some bangers for sure. But I must say, I don't like Yellow Submarine, I just don't think it's a good song.
They're alright aren't they, the Beatles. I always loved how surreal yellow submarine is it's great. A nice mix of an album, I haven't just put on and really listened to a full Beatles album before and it was good to do that. I do wonder what I would think if it wasn't, you know, like The Beatles. Enjoyed it loads.
Excellent album and great sound from the Beatles. Wonderful.
A collection of mostly ranging from good to excellent short songs. Some genuinely inspired stuff, but also a couple of duds. My issue is just that it doesn't feel consistent or cohesive. When every some is 2-3 minutes the best ones are gone in a zip without a chance to breath, then you move on to something else.
Not the Beatles greatest album, but one of the better ones. A nice “middle ground” between the poppy early stuff and the psychedelic LSD stuff.
Dawg it’s revolver
Pretty good album, the biggest issue was the discovery of panning and the constantly panning of audio to one side or the other caused a bit of annoyance, but I can't really fault them for that in the end. Overall, very solid.
The stereo panning can be a little jarring depending on what you’re listening on, but the melodies and instrumentation is top notch, of course. I enjoy the harmonies and the unique instrumentation. As a producer myself, I enjoy those little tricks that make the listening experience a little sweeter. The songs are really the difference. Obviously the quality is below current standards, but the songs still sound unique compared to the standard musical fare. There’s a reason why this record is so celebrated. I do not like Yellow Submarine for various reasons. Overall this was a good album, with many great moments. Maybe not the most accessible Beatles album, but one to check out nonetheless. You’re more than likely going to like it.
4/5. It is great.
The first album I get on this app and, sure, why not. Great album. But is it great because we know what an influence this album was? Or is it because this and Rubber Soul were the bridge to the great Beatles albums that were to follow?
Recognisable songs that have become classics
Trippy but pretty good.
A couple of real highlights on here... Eleanor Rigby I was aware of due to the Talib Kweli song sampling it, this, the original is super, definitely no what I expected from the Beatles. In addition, Tomorrow Never Knows was also awesome, a great bundle of energy. A few on the other songs appealed less, dropping it a star.
great classic album. heavy guitar riffs. both heartbreaking and soulfull lyrics. iconic sound
Controversial opinion time: this is a fine album by a fine band, and definitely warrants 4 stars. Not 5, 4. 4 is a great rating for an album, and if you had a 4-star album, your nips should tingle with pride. But it's not a 5-star album, and definitely not in the top 10 best albums of all time in the history of the world... ever!. It's a solid, fun piece of work that delights, but it has some filler and doesn't overwhelm the listener sufficiently to raise it to the most exalted pantheon. Prove me wrong! I know the history, of how this was one of the first albums to push the idea of the studio as instrument, and that it punctuated the Fabs' transition from superior pop quartet to psychedelic Shackletons. But the presence of Tomorrow Never Knows does not negate that And Your Bird Can Sing is filler, in that it's a slightly boring, fairly innocuous three-minuter that, well, fills a quarter of an inch on vinyl. Now, such a statement might make me sound as if I wish to be harsh towards this album, and I genuinely don't. I can happily accept that there's some topmost work on this. But exactly why is this so venerated? I can't suss that out. While I'm here, can I ask if I'm perverse for preferring Yellow Submarine to Eleanor Rigby? The former is a cheery little bit of jest from our mate Ringo, detailing the band's happy adventures under the sea, which is exactly what I want from the Beatles. The latter is an okay, slightly stodgy cut of mild pretentiousness that feels too slight for the subject matter, which is what I don't want from the Beatles. Also, is Taxman that popular a sentiment in this day and age? Who wants to hear about millionaires whinging that they might have to give up a chunk of their money Everest in order to pay for a few schools and hospitals? Am I that out of sync with the rest of the world? Why has a Beatles album led me to question the nature of the human race? And remember kids: John Lennon is still a bit of a tosser.
not my favorite beatles album but you can see how they are transforming in this album. More experimentation than the first pop albums.
This album helped to change music as we know it. Advanced from the easy three chord 'light' songs to songs made intended with depth
and your bird can sing tkm
None of them do much for me except Eleanor Rigby
Not the best the beatles
Definitely recognized some songs, so enjoyed those. Not a fan in general though
Definitely a classic, and innovative for its time, but just not my style. I found some of the sound effects, arrangements, and sitar annoying at times.
Not my favourite Beatles album but Taxman is a track
Nice relaxed Beatles album. Not too poppy.
3.5 for eleanor rigby
not the best Beatles album but still enjoyable
Tiene mucha fama, y algunas canciones la merecen, pero en general me parece muy flojo
I can see how this was a predecessor to Sgt. Peppers—it shows experimentation but still has a cohesion that the later album lacks, in my opinion.
They play so well together, haha! Beetles have some amazing music. Good listen.
gevarieerd album. Oosterse klanken hier en daar, en niet te heel erg psychedelisch, maar de sitar is er toch net te veel aan.
Hadn't ever listened to this one before- not my favourite Beatles album but still enjoyable!
Hit or miss. Back half is better than front half (except for Elenore Rigby).
//Favs: Eleanor Rigby / Yellow Submarine Score: Strong 3 to Light 4
Honestly, this is not my favorite Beatles album. I don't even think it's in my top three. It's always confused me as to why people like this one more than the other ones. It's got killer album art, I'll give it that, but I don't find it nearly as catchy, influential, or as captivating as other Beatles records. Highlights: 2, 3, and 6.
not my absolute favourite of theirs, but of course iconic and absolutely loveable
It was ok, its a beatles album. Lots of playing with stereo sound and mixing was weird. Kinda sameish feeling on every song.
this was less shit than i thought it would be? i thoroughly dislike the beatles but this wasn’t a painful experience. still fucking hate those old men tho. weak 3
Ну наверно если марку съесть, то пойдет может быть не знаю
The Beatles are far more experimental than I'd ever known. I love that, you never know what you're gonna get from each new track. Some really delightful turns in here. Everything coming in at 3 mins or under so if you don't like it you've got something new to taste very soon. It's an experimental tasting menu and as always there's a bit too much celeriac puree in everything. By that I mean I feel there are more misses than hits in here. Real good fun though. Absolute nutters these guys.
Lilting, pre-psychedelia with some all-time classics. It's the Beatles - of course I was already familiar with several songs on this album but had never listened to it in it's entirety. The eastern-inspired instrumental arrangements on Love You To were a highlight. Tomorrow Never Knows is a fantastic closer and sounds well ahead of its time - no wonder really given the Chemical Brothers sampling of it in Setting Sun which didn't seem out of place in the 1990s.
Levyn pisin kappale kesti tasan 3min! Ihan OK setti ja kuunteli helposti läpi.
Got Abbey Road before this, so this record doesn’t leave as good an impression.
52. Revolver - The Beatles 14 tracks. I know it's almost musical blasphemy to not like this album but it's so overrated. Yellow Submarine is a joke & Eleanor Rigby is.... unusual rather than fantastic. Taxman is great but I honestly don't get the hype. What a let-down. 3/5
Top Picks: Here, There and Everywhere & Good Day Sunshine.
Catchy, few noticeable songs
I like the Indian influence in the tracks. I didn’t know the Beatles were so talented with vocal arrangements, that’s a pleasant surprise. I hadn’t listened to them much before. It’s my favorite Beatles album I’ve heard.
An intersectional Beatles LP - snippets of the past poppy and future psychedelic/rock-ripper directions all jumbled together in one album. Not the most cohesive product, but an interesting one at the very least
They're more interesting than I had always given them credit for.
Most consistent album of theirs I've listened to, and a lot of good songs (Tomorrow Never Knows being great). Just misses out on 4 stars due to the vast majority being too short and simplistic verse/chorus/verse/chorus/finish.
I mean I get it, but I think I’m finally on the side of “The Beatles are overrated.” They absolutely made insane steps that changed the music industry forever, but you know I just don’t like them that much.
on their other world shit
The most toe-tapping Beatles album for me so far. Yellow Submarine remains my poster child for why I don't like the Beatles
I’ve heard many people say this is their favorite Beatles album… and y can’t understand why, I mean the production is great and it is the album that features “I’m only sleeping”, “here there and everywhere” and “for no one” but damn, does anybody really like “love to you” or “dr Robert”? I don’t know it is really uneven, also, yellow submarine is cheesy and quite lame
Can definitely see why people thought this was awesome the year before everything changed forever Solid 3
1 good song (eleanor rigby) + a whole heap of stuff that sounds like kmart jingle fodder, only it's considered some of the best music ever written. either i'm a philistine, or the world is full of idiots.
didn't like it that much, felt kind of bland
No denying they have a unique sound but it doesn't really appeal to me.
Great use of other instruments for background parts. I was not a big fan of the Beatles before listening to this album, and my opinion has not changed much. I can acknowledge that it is quality music, but I don't particularly enjoy it.
I just really don't like the Beatles. Completely burned out on them. But this does get 1 additional star for Eleanor Rigby, which is a great song.
Enjoyed several songs but Got to get You into my life was a favorite. Not a Beatles fan or should I say groupie. Can’t name a band I have ever screamed, cried or lamented for. Better writers than singers.
Does nothing for me
Kärlek som är lätt att förstå och känna igen. Förstår att de här pojkarna var så populära. Skivan är dock inte i min smak. Lite ojämn i stilen.
Was an okay album. Maybe wasn’t in the mood but just didn’t hit right
I hate the Beatles. I like the album cover drawing
I listened to it for study music, but it didn't make me wanna get up in front of the class and boogie down, so it is not a 5/5. There were a few good tracks but overall it wasn't anything interesting. I need something to wow me.
don't ever fucking make me listen to these piece of shit rat boys again you malfunctioning toaster
Favourite songs - For No One She Said She Said I’m Only Sleeping Least favourite - Love You To Tomorrow Never Knows Overall one of my favourite albums
School, Dreamer, Crime Of The Century.
Not my favorite Beatles album, but def some good songs on this. I'm fairly certain Dr. Robert was their drug dealer, and this album was made after dabbling with Ayahuasca.
Maybe my favorite Beatles album