THE BEATLES released a total of 13 studio albums. Here are the 10 best, according to Rolling Stone.
1. “Abbey Road” (1969)
Abbey Road was the last album recorded by The Beatles, and it’s often considered their best. From the iconic cover photo to the album’s classic songs like “Come Together” and “Here Comes the Sun,” Abbey Road is a true masterpiece.
2. “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (1967)
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of The Beatles’ most experimental albums, and it remains one of their most popular to this day. The album features some of the band’s best-known songs, including “With a Little Help from My Friends” and “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.”
3. “The Beatles” (1968)
Also known as The White Album, The Beatles is a double album that features some of the band’s most iconic songs, including “Blackbird” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” The album’s minimalist artwork is also iconic, and it’s been ranked as one of the greatest albums of all time.
4. “Rubber Soul” (1965)
Rubber Soul is often considered one of The Beatles’ best albums, thanks to its more mature sound and lyrics. The album includes classic songs like “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)” and “Michelle.”
5. “Help!” (1965)
Help! is The Beatles’ fifth studio album, and it features the title track, which is one of the band’s best-known songs. The album also includes “Yesterday,” which is often considered one of the greatest songs ever written.
6. “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964)
A Hard Day’s Night is The Beatles’ third studio album, and it’s the soundtrack to their first feature film of the same name. The album includes classic songs like “A Hard Day’s Night” and “I Should Have Known Better.”
7. “Magical Mystery Tour” (1967)
Magical Mystery Tour is a concept album that was made into a television film of the same name. The album includes some of The Beatles’ most iconic songs, including “All You Need Is Love” and “I Am the Walrus.”
8. “Revolver” (1966)
Revolver is The Beatles’ seventh studio album, and it’s considered one of their best by many fans and critics. The album features classic songs like “Eleanor Rigby” and “Tomorrow Never Knows.”
9. “With the Beatles” (1963)
With the Beatles is The Beatles’ second studio album, and it includes some of the band’s earliest hits, including “She Loves You” and “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”
10. “Let It Be” (1970)
Let It Be was the last album released by The Beatles, and it features some of their most iconic songs, including the title track and “Across the Universe.” The album was recorded during a time of great turmoil for the band, and it’s often considered one of their best.