September 02, 2008

The Beatles Best of The Best

Late at night, My room look likes a cracked ship, when i clean it up i found it... yeps my favorite old cd The Beatles hillarious band lead by John Lennon...
I really like it, this cd contains nice songs....
Best of the Best from the Beatles...

Album Details:
Released :2000
AMG Rating :AMG 5 Star(s)
Genre :Rock
Label :Toshiba EMI

1. Love Me Do
2. From Me to You
3. She Loves You
4. I Want to Hold Your Hand
5. Can't Buy Me Love
6. A A Hard Day's Night
7. I Feel Fine
8. Eight Days a Week
9. Ticket to Ride
12.Day Tripper
13.We Can Work It Out
14.Paperback Writer
15.Yellow Submarine
16.Eleanor Rigby
17.Penny Lane
18.All You Need Is Love
19.Hello Goodbye
20.Lady Madonna
21.Hey Jude
22.Get Back
23.The The Ballad of John and Yoko
25.Come Together
26.Let It Be
27.The The Long and Winding Road

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Album Review
Apparently, there was a gap in the Beatles' catalog, after all -- all the big hits weren't on one tidy, single-disc compilation. It's not the kind of gap you'd necessarily notice -- it's kind of like realizing you don't have a pair of navy blue dress socks -- but it was a gap all the same, so the group released The Beatles 1 late in 2000, coinciding with the publication of their official autobiography, the puzzlingly titled Anthology. The idea behind this compilation is to have all the number one singles the Beatles had, either in the U.K. or U.S., on one disc, and that's pretty much what this generous 27-track collection is. It's easy, nay, necessary, to quibble with a couple of the judgment calls -- look, "Please Please Me" should be here instead of "From Me to You," and it's unforgivable to bypass "Strawberry Fields Forever" (kick out "Yellow Submarine" or "Eleanor Rigby") -- but there's still no question that this is all great music, and there is a bit of a rush hearing all these dazzling songs follow one after another. If there's any complaint, it's that even if it's nice to have something like this, it's not really essential. There's really no reason for anyone who owns all the records to get this too -- if you've lived happily without the red or blue albums, you'll live without this. But, if you give this to any six or seven year old, they'll be a pop fan, even fanatic, for life. And that's reason enough for it to exist.
- Authored By Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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