All The Beatles core albums in order according to chart ranks

All The Beatles Core Albums In Order With Their Chart Ranks

There is no doubt that The Beatles is one of the biggest and most loved rock music bands not just only the 60s’ but also today’s as it is still being listened to all around the world still. So, we have gathered all of their albums in order according to their ranks on charts so far.

Considering its relatively short career, The Beatles surely did affect everyone around the world with their albums and impressive song lyrics while they have been also inspiring young artists ever since the first day it was formed in 1960. Throughout the band’s a-decade-lasted career, John Lennon and McCartney had spelled everyone with their magical voices as Ringo Starr and George Harrison had accompanied them with their incredible drum and guitar performances.

So, creating its timeless hits with its members’ talented and passionate performances, The Beatles released 13 studio albums, 5 live albums, 54 compilation albums, 36 extended play singles, 63 singles, 17 box sets, 22 video albums, and 68 music videos throughout its short-lived career. Debuting in 1963 with “Please Please Me“, The Beatles band’s twelfth and final studio album Let It Be was released in 1970.

Throughout its 10-year career until 1970, The Beatles became the best-selling music band in musical history. After eight studio albums, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band became the band’s highest-selling album with 32 million copies, the band also sold 27 million copies with the second Revolve, as well.

So, let’s continue and find out more about the albums of The Beatles and how they affected everyone with their albums and songs.

All The Beatles Albums In Order According To Their Chart Ranks

13- Please Please Me

Debuting in 1963 with “Please Please Me,” The Beatles sure made its ground-shaking entry to the rock and roll world, following the success of the band’s first two singles “Love Me Do”, which reached number 17 on the UK Singles Chart. While the regarded band had instantly become popular after debuting with  “Please Please Me” has followed The Beatles’ success becoming the first non-soundtrack album to spend more than one year consecutively inside the top ten of what became the Official UK Albums Chart with 62 weeks, eventually.

So, here is where Please Please Me peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: –
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 5th place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

12- A Hard Day’s Night

A Hard Day's Night (album) - Wikipedia

The third studio album of The Beatles, A Hard Day’s Night was released on 10 July along with containing songs from the regarded band’s same-named film’s soundtrack, as well. All of the album tracks were written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, showcasing the development of their songwriting partnership as they brought up one of the band’s most sophisticated albums ever.

So, here is where A Hard Day’s Night peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

Part 1

  • UK: –
  • Aus: –
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: –
  • Nor: –
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

Part 2

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: –
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: –

11- Rubber Soul

The sixth studio album of The Beatles, Rubber Soul was released on 3 December 1965, incorporating a mix of pop, soul, and folk musical styles in it. Demonstrating the regarded band’s developing maturity before they showed off much more of it in the future with Revolver and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Rubber Soul’s songs influenced everyone along with their rich contents consisting of sitar, harmonium, and fuzz bass, as well.

So, here is where Rubber Soul peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

Part 1

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: –

Part 2

  • UK: –
  • Aus: –
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: –
  • Ger: –
  • Nor: –
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

10- With the Beatles

With the Beatles - Wikipedia

The second studio album of The Beatles, With the Beatles, was released on 22 November 1963, right eight months after the band’s debut Please Please Me. Consisting of eight original compositions, seven of them were written by John Lennon and another one by Paul McCartney, the album also includes six covers which are the popular rock and roll and Motown R&B hits of that time. Recorded in only one day during snatched moments between frenetic touring commitments, the album gained huge commercial success.

So, here is where With the Beatles peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: –
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: –

9- Revolver

Revolver (The Beatles albümü) - Vikipedi

Containing everything from spirituality to psychedelia and hallucinogenics, The Beatles offered its fans a relatively much more complex album than other ones. But unfortunately, it was somehow overshadowed by other albums of The Beatles, even though its artistic quality came from a whole stunning eclectism it contains. As the seventh studio album of the regarded band, Revolver was released on 5 August 1966 as it topped the Record Retailer chart in the UK for seven weeks and the US Billboard Top LPs list for six weeks after.

So, here is where Revolver peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

Part 1

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 14th place on the VG-lista
  • US: –

Part 2

  • UK: –
  • Aus: –
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: –
  • Ger: –
  • Nor: –
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

8- Magical Mystery Tour

Beatles Magical Mystery Tour Sealed Mono LP (Capitol MAS 2835, | Lot #90127 | Heritage Auctions

Everyone knows the interest of The Beatles members for psychedelics as they also revealed it with the Revolver album. Paul McCartney wanted to create a film that captured a psychedelic theme, whose soundtrack would be bringing the band a critical and commercial success along. But its film on the other side almost sucked, gathering widespread media criticism while its soundtrack was topping charts worldwide at the same time.

So, here is where Magical Mystery Tour peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 31st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 48th place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 2nd place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 8th place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 13th place on the VG-lista
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

7- Beatles for Sale

The Beatles – Beatles For Sale (1984, Unipak, Vinyl) - Discogs

The fourth studio album of The Beatles, Beatles for Sale was released on 4 December 1964, marking a departure from the band’s characterized upbeat tone. After getting tired of being on the roads for a long time while touring, which also established them as a worldwide phenomenon, The Beatles reflected a much darker musical mood with its introspective lyrics of Beatles for Sale. The album also featured basic recordings with percussion instruments such as timpani, African hand drums, and chocalho, as The Beatles influenced from country music and Bob Dylan at the time as well.

So, here is where Beatles for Sale peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: –
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: –

6- Help!

The Beatles - Help!
Marking the start of artistic recognition for The Beatles from mainstream critics, Help! was the fifth studio album of the band released on 6 August 1965. Besides its all success and acclaim, the real deal about the album was its title, which was described as a sincere cry for help by John Lennon as he had regretted changing it from a downbeat, piano-driven ballad to an uptempo pop song. But still, this only led the regarded band to an end of commercial pressures, while the album also marked the first time that a rock band had been nominated in the category of Album of the Year at the 1966 Grammys Awards.

So, here is where Help! peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

Part 1

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: –
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: –
  • US: –

Part 2

  • UK: –
  • Aus: –
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: –
  • Ger: –
  • Nor: –
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

5- Yellow Submarine

THE BEATLES - YELLOW SUBMARINE

The tenth studio album of The Beatles, Yellow Submarine was released on 13 January 1969, issued as the soundtrack to the animated film of the same name. So, to create the soundtrack of the movie, the band members gathered six songs, whose four of which were written for the movie while the rest was unreleased tracks from other projects.

So, here is where Yellow Submarine peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 3rd place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 4th place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 4th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 5th place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 1st place on the VG-lista
  • US: 2nd place on Billboard US

4- Let It Be

Let It Be - Vikipedi

The twelfth and final studio album of The Beatles, Let It Be was released on 8 May 1970 along with the same-titled documentary, after the band had just split up in a month. As one of the best farewells in history that a band could have, the final album of The Beatles became one of the most controversial rock albums in history along with being regarded enormously. And even though the album mostly got unfavourable critical response, it also managed to top charts all around the world, still, including the UK and the US.

So, here is where Let It Be peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 5th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 4th place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 1st place on the VG-lista
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

3- Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

The eighth studio album of The Beatles was released on 26 May 1967, selling over 32 million copies alongside their successful path. Containing psychedelic imagery, record sleeves, and the producer in popular music, Sgt. Pepper was also associated with numerous touchstones of the era’s youth culture back then, such as fashion, drugs, mysticism, and a sense of optimism and empowerment, as well. The Beatles’ final studio album also won 4 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.

So, here is where Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 4th place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 1st place on the VG-lista
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

2- The Beatles (“The White Album”)

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Also known as ‘The White Album,’ the ninth album of The Beatles was released on 22 November 1968, featuring 30 songs in it which also makes the only double album released by the band overall of their whole albums. The regarded band also incorporated several musical styles including folk, British blues, ska, music hall, and the avant-garde, because of the inflict they had in the band. But still, the album managed to top the charts and impress everyone while also brimming with some of the greatest songs the band ever recorded throughout all albums of The Beatles.

So, here is where The White Album peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 1st place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 1st place on the VG-lista
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US

1- Abbey Road

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The eleventh studio album of The Beatles, Abbey Road has sure become one of the best albums of all time after incorporating genres such as blues, rock, and pop through its tracks. And still, Abbey Road is mostly seen as the band’s best album as even Ringo Starr finally showed off his worth for songwriting, while also many critics have hailed the album as The Beatles finest work, as well. Who could have known that they’d be leaving just at the point of the band’s peak time…

So, here is where Abbey Road peaked at charts worldwide, down below.

  • UK: 1st place on the Official Albums Chart of the UK
  • Aus: 1st place on the AR1A Charts
  • Can: 1st place on the Canadian Albums Chart
  • Fra: 1st place on the National Syndicate of Phonographic Publishing
  • Ger: 1st place on the GfK Entertainment charts
  • Nor: 1st place on the VG-lista
  • US: 1st place on Billboard US
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