RockStarr;3380996 said:I don't know about most underrated, but Revolver imo is definitely the most overrated.
Thrasher9294;3381050 said:Let It Be, considering that Rolling Stones gave it a freaking 3/5.
Jerkinator;3381004 said:This right here, is what we call crazy talk...
Captain Zepp 07;3381084 said:You take them seriously?Yesterday And Today, or should I say dismembered babies?
Yesguy;3382082 said:Yellow Submarine. It's got some great songs on side 1! And I actually like the orchestral arrangements on side 2!
RockStarr;3381097 said:Ok, I love Revolver with all my heart, but I just don't understand how it can stand up to Sgt. Pepper and albums like Abbey Road at all. Here's my reasoning: If memory serves, Revolver was recorded in approximately 2 weeks, give or take. Next album after Revolver--Sgt. PepperSgt. Pepper took 5 months and tons of overdubs. They were pretty much the same people at the recordings as only few months separated the albums.... they put all of their effort into one, and two weeks into the other. Yet, the two week album is regarded as better.
MostSpartan14;3381202 said:Definitely Beatles for Sale. Everyone says it's their worst album (not including Yellow Submarine) but it's an amazing album. Yes, there are more covers than the other albums but they are still good songs. If I had to choose a second, it would be Let it Be and a third would be With the Beatles. The rest of the albums seem to all be looked upon well.
BlueJayGuy;3386596 said:Yellow Submarine.Why?Simply;Only a Northern SongHey BulldogIt's All Too MuchAnd one of the most creative soundtracks of one of the best music-group-based-cartoon-movie of all times