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    The Accidental Perfection of the Beatles’ White Album

    The Accidental Perfection of the Beatles’ White Album

    To mark this month’s fiftieth anniversary of the Beatles’ ninth album, “The Beatles”—universally known as the White Album—several new expanded and enhanced editions are being released this week. These new versions were…

    Beatles’ Acid Test: How LSD Opened the Door to ‘Revolver’

    Beatles’ Acid Test: How LSD Opened the Door to ‘Revolver’

    Psychedelic drug inspired their masterpiece – but also opened wounds that never healed The story of Revolver began in a night of hell and illumination. “We’ve had LSD,” John Lennon told George Harrison. It was spring…

    The Untold Stories of Paul McCartney

    The Untold Stories of Paul McCartney

    He’s as famous and accomplished as a man can be. He could just stay home, relax, and count his money. But Paul McCartney is as driven as ever. Which is…

    The Beatles: 1967–1970

    The Beatles: 1967–1970

    Even if you’re a newcomer to The Beatles’ legacy, it’s hard to imagine a time when Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Bandwasn’t part of the popular culture lexicon. But even…

    The Power of Two

    The Power of Two

    In the fall of 1966, during a stretch of nine weeks away from the Beatles, John Lennon wrote a song. He was in rural Spain at the time, on the…

    Why Revolver is the greatest Beatles album?

    Why Revolver is the greatest Beatles album?

    The Beatles’ Revolver was released on 5 August 1966. As the album turns 50,Greg Kot argues that it is the Fab Four’s crowning achievement. The best Beatles album? The rock…

    Revolver turns fifty: It’s the Beatles’ best album and I’ll fight you over that fact.

    Revolver turns fifty: It’s the Beatles’ best album and I’ll fight you over that fact.

    Which is more overrated: Sgt. Pepper’s or The White Album? Okay yes but hear me out. First of all Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is a masterpiece. It’s a…

    How Radiohead Became The Beatles Of The 21st Century

    How Radiohead Became The Beatles Of The 21st Century

    In 1996, while most major British bands were blowing their royalties on cocaine, light aircraft, Patsy Kensit and Hampstead piles, Radiohead did something quite different. They spent a big chunk…

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