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Abbey Road foi o 12° álbum lançado pela banda britânica The Beatles. Foi publicado em 26 de setembro de 1969, e leva o mesmo nome da rua de Londres onde situa-se o estúdio Abbey Road. Foi produzido e orquestrado por George Martin para a Apple Records. Este álbum está na lista dos 200 álbuns definitivos no Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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  • A good album but like MisterJunior said, it's far from their best. Still, it's a good album and it has one of my favorite Beatles songs ("Something") but my pick for best Beatles album would be either Revolver or Rubber Soul.
  • my favorite album by The Beatles and one of the best albums ever made
  • overrated af last ones were way better
  • The best album ever recorded
  • It could be better indeed tcbp, Love the Beatles but I have got a better list from my son, so work to do...again.. after a lot of work with the New
  • Someone in should fix the tracklist. It's disgusting
  • pleasant enough but totally lightweight. I don't see how so many view this as being their best album when the competition includes the likes of A Hard Day's Night, Rubber Soul, Revolver and Sgt. Pepper. Oh well.
  • I've never liked this one as much as I've felt like I'm supposed to. I love The Beatles and consider them the best Pop group and songwriting collective ever, but they just sound like they're running on fumes here to me. Granted there is still a lot to like here, but the best thing on the album (the medley of song fragments on side 2) is more of a production triumph and evidence of writer's block than it is an indication that the band and its songwriting were at peak levels. If you doubt me, give a listen to the full version of, say, "Polythene Pam" on the Anthology set; it's one of the worst songs they ever wrote when taken as a whole. Fortunately George's contributions are both classics, "Oh! Darling" is a nothing song saved by a great vocal and "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" is a fascinating excursion into proto-Drone/Doom despite also not being much of a songwriting triumph. Neither "Come Together" or "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" has ever done anything for me and "Octopus's Garden" is
  • One million! :)
  • rating 10/10

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