Review #35: Rubber Soul, The Beatles

#35: Rubber Soul, The Beatles

Must I rehash why the Beatles are overrepresented on this list every time I review one of their albums? It hurts me.

But look, in this RS blurb, they cite George Martin’s description of Rubber Soul as “the first album to present a new, growing Beatles to the world.” I’m just not sure that means that Rubber Soul is among the top 50 albums of all…

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