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Can you name the Beatles studio albums based on the clues given?
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This quiz concerns only the 13 studio albums released from 1963-1970. It does not include Pastmasters, the Red or Blue albums, Love, 1, the Anthology CDs, etc.
The two one-word album titles
There are four with two-word titles, six with three words, and one with five words
The three albums that include the word 'Beatles' [in chronological order]
The Beatles waited until their ninth album to have a self-titled album
The two albums that share a name with a Beatles song but do not share a name with one of the 5 Beatles movies
There was a Sgt. Pepper movie but, the Beatles did not make or star in it
The only Beatles album released in the 70s
It was released May 8, 1970
The two alliterative Beatles albums
Please Please Me has the most E's (5) of any album title and Magical Mystery Tour has the most Y's (2)
The two albums that include songs composed primarily by Ringo
Don't Pass Me By (The Beatles), Octopus's Garden (Abbey Road)
The three albums that do not feautre a song with Ringo on lead vocals [in chronological order]
Ringo sang lead vocals once on nearly every album. He usually sang a cover but occasionally John and/or Paul wrote one specifically for him.
The only album named after a song sung by Ringo
Paul wrote 'Yellow Submarine' specifically for Ringo to sing
The only album that features Ringo on lead vocals more than once
Don't Pass Me By, Good Night
The only album that features George on lead vocals as many or more times than either John or Paul
George (2): Only a Northern Song, It's All Too Much; John (2): Hey Bulldog, All You Need Is Love; Paul (1): All Together Now
The first Beatles album that included no cover songs
John and/or Paul wrote every song, an impressive and unique feat at the time
The only album that includes three songs composed completely by George
Taxman, Love You To, I Want To Tell You
The three albums that do not share a name with a song or include the word 'Beatles' [in chronological order]
Rubber Soul and Revolver both got their names from puns while Abbey Road takes its name from the recording studio they made famous
The only album that includes no songs sung by Ringo and no songs composed by George
John and/or Paul sang every song but one: 'I'm Happy Just to Dance with You'
The album with the largest ratio of songs written primarily by John to songs written primarily by Paul
John 10: Paul 3 (And I Love Her, Can't Buy Me Love, Things We Said Today)
The only album that does not feature the Beatles on the cover in any form
This cover, of course, features a whole lot of white on the cover
The two album covers that feature cartoon/drawn versions of the Beatles
Klaus Voorman, a friend from their Hamburg days, designed the cover for Revolver
The first of four albums to not include a song with the word 'love' in the title
The others are The Beatles, Abbey Road, Let It Be
The longest album title
The longest song title is 'Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey' from the White Album
The longest album in both length (time) and tracks (excluding the White Album)
length = 47:23, tracks = 17
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