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Released on 05 September 2011

Artist: The Beatles

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 Beatles 1 Album

| | See all Jules210268's reviews (2)

I am amazed that any definitive Beatles 'best of' or 'number 1' (as per the album title) collection does NOT include Please Please Me. Other than that, it includes most all of your fav's, but surely their real breakthrough hit should be on here ??

 The No1s by the No.1 band

| | See all Clunky's reviews (12)

The first in so many respects. A band of this calibre will never be equalled. Such a waelth of styles, songs and innovations its difficult for anybody not to like most, if not all of their canyon of much envied brilliance. My only crticism of this particular 'best of' is that the song choice is limited to American or British Number ones. In my opinion their music is best represented by the red and blue albums 1962-66 & 1967-70 where their progressions and maturity can truly be appreciated as it evolves. of course there are FANTASTIC songs here - almost too good to absorb in one go.