"Tomorrow Never Knows" - The Beatles' most influential rock songs in one powerful collection. Available Now at the iTunes Store
Experience 14 Rock Songs Recorded by The Beatles that Truly Changed the World - and Still Rock Hardest Today.
The Beatles present an iTunes digital exclusive new release 'Tomorrow Never Knows,' available on the iTunes Store worldwide today. The LP features 14 of The Beatles' most powerful rock songs spanning their entire trailblazing and influential catalogue, which continues to resonate with today's pop culture.
Also beginning today, the classic promo film for "Hey Bulldog" is available free to stream or as a purchasable download on the iTunes Store here.
Nearly everything my band knows about how to approach recording a song is attached to The Beatles in some way," said Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda. "Directly or indirectly, they've shaped the way every album is recorded, and have changed the world."
Universally hailed for its unparalleled, transcendent quality, The Beatles' recorded catalogue includes many of rock music's most powerful and important songs, including "Revolution," "Helter Skelter," "I'm Down," "It's All Too Much," "I've Got A Feeling," and "The End," while deep cut tracks like "Savoy Truffle," "You Can't Do That," and "Tomorrow Never Knows" continue to surprise, move and inspire the next generation.
The Beatles' groundbreaking songs and albums continue to resonate for fans and musicians like Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Arcade Fire's Win Butler, and Band of Horses' Ben Bridwell, serving not only as rock music's bedrock, but also as a leading influence on popular music at large.
The Beatles: Tomorrow Never Knows
And Your Bird Can Sing
I've Got A Feeling
Back In The USSR
You Can't Do That
It's All Too Much
She Said, She Said
Tomorrow Never Knows
You can order "Tomorrow Never Knows" exclusively from the iTunes store at iTunes.com/thebeatles
Donnerhosen on 4th Apr 13:
“Perhaps the Greatest Thing about this, is that if you get two Beatles fans in the same room and say, "Make a list," they will--and the lists will be great--but different. Every List is Great, because the music is.”
florianlemmel on 25th Mar 13:
“Where is "Dont let me down"? and i dont think that tomorrow never knows is a rock song...”
mulgawire on 15th Mar 13:
“Don't like it, don't buy it.”
cacaorock on 14th Oct 12:
“In My Life, Penny Lane, the Whole B side of Abbey Road defined the seventies, for goodness sake!”
evergreen1288 on 21st Aug 12:
“What a travesty. Greed, greed, greed. In what flippin' world is Savoy Truffel an influential song? I've Got A Feeling? Who the hell comes up with this idiocy? I suspect somebody just picked out songs that haven't been on a compliation before, added a couple that were, and viola', you got something else to release. Slap lipstick on a pig and it's not Yoko Ono. I am mortified and disgusted by this travesty. Great songs, but shameless promotion. Too bad the other Beatles aren't around, because I think they would have vetoed this messterpiece.”
Beatlebabe678 on 9th Aug 12:
“Maybe even not a second time or it wont be long”
thebeatleboy11 on 7th Aug 12:
“If You Guys are in vista ca. or sandiego ca. this weekend (August 11th 2012), there is a show that is the white album at avo playhouse!!!! theres 20 tix left!!! get tix at vistixonline.com!!!!!”
thefourthman on 28th Jul 12:
“It is the Naked version. The echo on Paul's voice and chatter from the session of the original are not present.
I am not a fan of this compilation for many reasons, but there is no reason to misrepresent the product as deceitful when it is not.”
Beatlebabe678 on 27th Jul 12:
“I think till there was you should be on there or at least please please me”
TheTaxman on 26th Jul 12:
“There is an error in the tracklisting also: Track 7 "I've got a feeling (naked version)" is instead the version from the original "Let it Be" album. Was this "album" made in a hurry without any quality check?”
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