Let It Be

The Beatles - Let It Be
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
1970 Ratings: #80 / 111
User Score
Based on 985 ratings
1970 Ratings: #47
Liked by 48 people
May 8, 1970 / Release Date
LP / Format
Apple / Label
Phil Spector / Producer
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I like it better with no clothes on
its mid again
The Beatles revisited part 14/16

Released a month after The Beatles' break up but recorded before Abbey Road, Let It Be sits as what is technically their final album, but is realistically more of a bonus record than a proper final statement. Maybe it is just because Abbey Road in particular is such a striking album in its quality and it feeling like an actual final album, but Let It Be just doesn't leave much of an impact as a final album, and as such I look at it as more of a collection of ... read more
underrated don't @ me
You know what? I kinda think this album is underrated in terms of the Beatles' discography. I forgot how much I really love some of these tracks. Two Of Us feels (and very well may have been) like a beautiful ode to a couple songwriters that conquered the world together. Across The Universe is a wild and stunning masterpiece. Let It Be of course is fantastic. I've Got A Feeling bounces back between a joyous Paul McCartney and a downtrodden John Lennon. Finally, Get Back is a perfect closer ... read more
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Added on: September 2, 2012