NUMBER ONE WITH A BULLET!

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THE BEATLES

‘REVOLVER’ has been voted the greatest Beatles

album of all time by readers of NME ORIGINALS , with critics darling ‘SGT PEPPER’ kept in a lowly fourth place.

In a surprising outcome the Internet only vote revealed that 35.3% of voters chose ‘Revolver’ over all other albums – over 14 percentage points ahead of its nearest rival ‘Abbey Road’ which achieved 21.1% of the vote.

The full top ten is:

1. ‘Revolver’ (35.3%)

2. ‘Abbey Road’ (21.1%)

3. ‘The White Album’ (19.2%)

4. ‘Sgt. Pepper’ (8.3%)

5. ‘Rubber Soul’ (7.5%)

6. ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (1.9%)

7. ‘Help’ (1.5%)

8. ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ (1.5%)

9. ‘Yellow Submarine’ (1.1%)

10. ‘Please Please Me’ (0.8%)

The latest edition of NME Originals Punk is out now, however there are a limited number of NME Originals The Beatles available to order on a first come first served basis here. NME Originals features reprints of classic moments from the NME for the first time ever.

To celebrate the latest issue of NME Originals, the website is seeking your vote to discover the greatest punk band of all time featuring such luminaries as the Sex Pistols, [/a], [a], [/a] and [a], you can register your vote here.

The next issue of NME Originals featuring Oasis is out in July 2002.