Beatles Ranked

AVERAGE: 77,7

The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
1.
99
My personal favorite, this album is kinda similar to Revolver, but it dives even deeper on their psychedelic rock aim, and brought up to be an extremely consistent and fun record, almost perfect.
The Beatles - Revolver
2.
96
This is extremely consistent and unique, Revolver was the very beggining of the groups trip between classic pop rock formulas, and the rising psychedelic music scene on the 60's, without any doubt the most important and groundbreaking album on their discography
The Beatles - Abbey Road
3.
94
The classic one, it feels like the pinnacle of everything the Beatles have been thru on their career, and while not being a personal favorite, this is one of the best records of all time
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
4.
92
their most underrated record by a landslide, this is probably their most out there project with tons of weird and sophisticated experimental psychedelic mixes that made this record a really special and unique album
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
5.
84
This came out on the year that Highway 61 Revisited came out, it was a revolutionary year on music, and the mix of folk music and rock & roll here feels extremely cohesive, plus this album ends up feeling like the most personal and emotional album on their catalogue
The Beatles - The Beatles
6.
79
While this contanins a whole lot of classics and tons of amazing songs, it also suffers from being way too long and having too much filler, if it had only 14-16 tracks this was a 90+ because while not being extremely unique or overwhelmingly impressive, it's a really fun listen
The Beatles - Let It Be
7.
78
While it's not bad, it's a disappointing finish to their career, and it was produced before Abbey Road which makes it even worse, but it's still solid and reminiscent to their classic rock production on albums like the White Album, but out of all the albums since Rubber Soul, this is the only one who resembles no new directions or an evolution
The Beatles - Beatles for Sale
8.
77
My favorite album before Rubber Soul, out of all the initial 'love song' era than finished on Help!, this record is probably the most enjoyable and energetic out of them all, my fav of this initial times.
The Beatles - Help!
9.
75
This is still very similar to the previous releases, and while the masrtering and production seems more refined than it has ever been before, the lyrics here keep on being a little stagnant, solid tho
The Beatles - Please Please Me
10.
67
It's pretty slid for a debut, and it deserves respect, the production style changes a bit from time to time, and while it is corny and cheesy front to back, it still has a nice feeling to it
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night
11.
65
The mixing and vocals on this album get a little better, it also seems like The Beatles improve their creative range lyrically, but for some reason this album is extremely boring
The Beatles - With The Beatles
12.
62
Their second album feels alot like a more simple and direct version of their debut, re-using almost the same formulas, but it also feels like there's no evolution on this album, but it's practically on the same platform and level of this inital albums
The Beatles - Yellow Submarine
13.
42
This record feels extremely unnecessary, i get that its just a film score with covers and remakes of some songs by them mixed with new material, but nowadays it feels pointless
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1y
@HoodieBraden thanks pal! i did this list mostly because i wasnt too used to the beatles music, and id say i havent replayed the albums more than 3-4 times, so my opinion is still not copletely formed but yeah i felt like the white album could be smaller
1y
actually a pretty good ranking, even though I would have the white album on top
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