The Beatles - Beatles for Sale
NME.COM feature on The Beatles - Beatles for Sale album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 17 October 1990
In the fine tradition of finding any excuse to celebrate the work of the most radical and loveable outfit in pop history, here we have a repackaged '30 years ago today' edition of their longest and mo
IN THE FINE TRADITION OF FINDING ANY excuse to celebrate the work of the most radical and loveable outfit in pop history, here we have a repackaged '30 years ago today' edition of their longest and most diffuse album. The collector gets all the attractions of the original vinyl issue - poster/lyric sleeve, individual moody post-meditation Fab portraits - in scaled-down CD size. And...
- Nov 7, 1998
Tracklisting click track to read more
- No Reply
- I'm a Loser
- Baby's in Black
- Rock and Roll Music
- I'll Follow the Sun
- Mr. Moonlight
- Medley (Kansas City / Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey)
- Eight Days a Week
- Words of Love
- Honey Don't
- Every Little Thing
- I Don't Want to Spoil the Party
- What You're Doing
- Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby
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Uneven and frequently boring in its entirety, but a modern curio nonetheless...
- Apr 9, 2002
Sad as it remains, [B]The Beatles[/B] will always be with us....
- Aug 15, 1999
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The Beatles - Beatles for Sale: Wikipedia Album Entry
Beatles for Sale is The Beatles' fourth album, released in late 1964 and produced by George Martin for Parlophone, released on mono (catalogue number PMC 1240) and stereo (PCS 3062). The album marked a minor turning point in the evolution of Lennon and McCartney as lyricists, Lennon particularly now showing interest in composing songs of a more autobiographical nature. "I'm a Loser" shows Lennon for the first time seemingly coming under the influence of Bob Dylan having met him for the first time in New York while on tour on 28 August 1964.
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