Review #29: The White Album, The Beatles

#29: The White Album, The Beatles

Here we are on our fourth Beatles album in the top 30! Now, we’ve already established that the Beatles aren’t necessarily deserving of all their slots on this album.

But, leaving all that aside, I still will defend the White Album. I think it has both some of their most badass songs and their most beautiful songs. I’m a sucker for…

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