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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 05:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's only weird if they do not release anymore songs (which I doubt).
I find it a lot weirder (and in the right forum ;) )that '39 is the 39th song if you count all the Queen album tracks from Queen to ANATO. :)


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 06:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

does the 200 songs include real love and free as a bird?

or songs released 1962 - 1970?





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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 07:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Beatles released 29 singles in the UK.


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 07:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr Drowse wrote:

It's only weird if they do not release anymore songs (which I doubt).
I find it a lot weirder (and in the right forum ;) )that '39 is the 39th song if you count all the Queen album tracks from Queen to ANATO. :)


lol, didnt know that *frantically counts album tracks* :D seems i've got way too much time on my hands lately...


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 08:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

That's not true. Beatles have released 186 songs which they wrote themselves, then they did 24 covers, which also appear on the albums. And if you count the last 2 songs "free as a bird" and "real love" that's 2 songs more. And in my world is 186+24+2 not 200. enough said about that...


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 09:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think that what Sweden_man is trying to say is a question that i keep asking myself. The Beatles only worked together for 7 years and were one of the most prolific bands ever (more than Queen), and sometimes someone finds new recordings. I think this is amazing!!

But one thing that i really don`t understand is this:

They have sold a Billion albums, but they don`t have albums in the list of top sellers of all time. This can only be possible if they have released many albums wich was not the case. So, i would like someone to explain me how can this be possible?

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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 10:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i assume the 186 songs doesn't include new material on the anthology such as 'that means alot'? songs which were unreleased in the 60s but have since been released


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 12:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Beatles have sold so much of all their albums that they need no topselling album if they shall sell much. for example, I think that a greatest hits album with the eagles is the worlds most selling album (maybe just greatest hits album) but they have 10-15 really great songs which fits to one disc. Beatles have so many great songs that their is not just one really great album.

186 songs is of course with the anthology albums excluded.


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Posted: 11 Jul 05, 13:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ok, I don't know how they count. But I count the songs that are released in uk. this is it
please please me - 14 songs
with the beatles - 14 songs
a hard days night - 13 songs
beatles for sale - 14 songs
help - 14 songs
rubber soul - 14 songs
revolver - 14 songs
sgt pepper - 13 songs
magical m. tour 11 songs the US one
the beatles - 30 songs
yellow submarine 4 new songs
abbey road - 17 songs
let it be 12 songs
and a lot of singles which can be found on the past masters album


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Posted: 12 Jul 05, 10:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

ok, so we don't know if we are including the songs from the anthology albums which were unreleased in the 1960s. earlier i used 'that means alot' as an example
are you counting love me do as one release or two, as there are two different versions?
also there are two versions of across the universe.

how about the german versions of i wanna hold your hand and she loves you?

are they counted in the 200?
i'm not being argumentative, just curious

[and lazy, i would count them if i had the time]


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Posted: 12 Jul 05, 10:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr Fred wrote:

Ok, I don't know how they count. But I count the songs that are released in uk. this is it
please please me - 14 songs
with the beatles - 14 songs
a hard days night - 13 songs
beatles for sale - 14 songs
help - 14 songs
rubber soul - 14 songs
revolver - 14 songs
sgt pepper - 13 songs
magical m. tour 11 songs the US one
the beatles - 30 songs
yellow submarine 4 new songs
abbey road - 17 songs
let it be 12 songs
and a lot of singles which can be found on the past masters album




if it is a help. if you have the 12 uk albums, the usa magical mystery tour album and past masters volume one and two cds you have everything that the beatles released in their recording career 1962 - 1970.
plus you have to add albums released in the 1990s.......
the beatles at the bbc double cd,
anthology 1,2 and 3 [all double cds]
plus the cd singles of real love, free as a bird and baby it's you, [which have songs not available on anthology and the bbc]

if you have all these then you have every thing the beatles have officially released.


hope that helps




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Posted: 12 Jul 05, 10:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

sorry i forgot let it be .....naked too


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Posted: 12 Jul 05, 10:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

If you add all Queens album tracks, concert tracks and singles, you get the number 46664. You do the maths....


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