If Macca fronting Nirvana wasn’t quite your thing then maybe you’ll like this more. Apple is now offering almost all of The Beatles albums on iTunes at a reduced price of £7.99 each. The offer is apparently for a limited period only, so if you do fancy adding a bit more of the Fabs to your life you’ll need to move pronto. The albums are also around the same price on CD at Amazon and probably a lot cheaper on vinyl at a charity shop near you.
But which one to buy? Beatles fans are split between between the pop art perfection of Revolver and vaudevillian psych of Seargent Pepper as to which is their finest moment ( I go with the Pepper).
Assuming that you already have those two – plus The White Album, Abbey Road a singles collection or two what should come next.
Here then are six of the band’s most under-rated albums. The number one might even contain the best music they ever recorded.
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5 Past Masters 1&2
This double album, which retails for £12.99, rounds up some of the band's B sides, rarities and oddities. It is a quite disjointed album to listen to but in among German covers of the band's early songs and the bonkers music hall psych of You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) are the original and best version of Revolution and a contender for the band's best ever B side, Rain