The most commonly used term for The Beatles' ninth studio album, self-named, "The BEATLES." The BEATLES is, quite literally, the greatest album ever released. The cover depicts no graphics, no background, only the words, "The BEATLES," slightly raised, embossed, in the bottom right at a very slight angle. The album consists of Two discs.
The first side holds the tracks:

Back In The U.S.S.R
Dear Prudence

Glass Onion
Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
Wild Honey Pie
The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill
While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Harrison-Clapton)
Happiness Is A Warm Gun (Lennon)
**Side Two**
Martha My Dear

I'm So Tired
Blackbird
Piggies (Harrison)
Rocky Raccoon
Don't Pass Me By (Starr)
Why Don't We Do It In The Road
I Will
Julia
**Side Three (Disc 2)**
Birthday
Yer Blues
Mother Nature's Son
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey
Sexy Sadie
Helter Skelter
Long, Long, Long (Harrison)
**Side 4**
Revolution 1
Honey Pie
Savoy Truffle (Harrison)
Cry Baby Cry
Revolution 9**
Good Night (Starr)

**Revolution 9 is an avant garde piece created by John, the other three fought desperately to keep the track off of the album. This piece is described by many as, eerie, disturbing, not musical, hiding a secret, and even evil, or scary.

The BEATLES was marked as the tenth greatest album of all time in the Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time.
"Hey dude, have you ever heard The White Album?"
"You have no idea just how much that album means to me"
"Eh, I don't know, I think Sgt. Pepper was better."
"You must have heard the wrong White Album my friend, come with me..."
by Thatguywhomyouvenevermetbefore February 01, 2010

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