Yellow Submarine - The Beatles

Yellow Submarine

The Beatles

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1969-01-13
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2009 The copyright in this audio & audiovisual compilation is owned by EMI Records Ltd

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Yellow Submarine The Beatles 2:38 USD 1.29
2
Only a Northern Song The Beatles 3:24 USD 1.29
3
All Together Now The Beatles 2:10 USD 1.29
4
Hey Bulldog The Beatles 3:11 USD 1.29
5
It's All Too Much The Beatles 6:25 USD 1.29
6
All You Need Is Love The Beatles 3:51 USD 1.29
7
Pepperland George Martin 2:20 USD 1.29
8
Sea of Time George Martin 3:00 USD 1.29
9
Sea of Holes George Martin 2:16 USD 1.29
10
Sea of Monsters George Martin 3:36 USD 1.29
11
March of the Meanies George Martin 2:19 USD 1.29
12
Pepperland Laid Waste George Martin 2:12 USD 1.29
13
Yellow Submarine In Pepperland George Martin 2:12 USD 1.29
14
Yellow Submarine (Documentary) The Beatles 3:25 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • 👏 love it

    5
    By 😍 LOVE IT!!!🤗
    We love the song. They are such a famous group! I am so happy when I hear this song!!!😽😝👍🏻
  • Yellow Submarine/Pepperland Score

    4
    By The KKH
    As the iTunes review states, the first half of Yellow Submarine is Beatles songs, and the second half is George Martin's Pepperland score, recorded by a studio orchestra. Despite the fact that The Beatles are a wonderful band, their half of this album contains nothing of great importance, except for the ridiculously catchy and nonsensical title track, "Yellow Submarine". Perhaps the most annoying track on Yellow Submarine is "All Together Now", a nauseatingly repetitive "song" featuring hideous lyrics that could have been written by somebody with an exceedingly low intelligence quotient, e.g. "Sail the ship, chop the tree, skip the rope, look at me!" The second half of Yellow Submarine, as I stated above, is comprised of George Martin's infectious and purely instrumental Pepperland score, which makes this album worth purchasing; my personal favorites from the Pepperland score are the ominous Star Warsesque "March of the Meanies", the Indian-tinged "Sea of Time", an orchestral version of "Yellow Submarine" entitled "Yellow Submarine in Pepperland", and of course, the light and carefree "Pepperland". I recommend this album to orchestral movie score lovers, and to those who enjoy listening to nauseatingly catchy songs with nonsensical lyrics, such as "All Together Now" and "Yellow Submarine".
  • Umm

    2
    By The 956565
    I love The Beatles a lot. I love all their albums but, I have to be honest... this is a disappointment. Yellow submarine was already on Revolver and all you need is love was on Magical Mystery Tour. Hey bulldog is a great song though. The tune will get stuck in your head. The other songs aren't that good. The whole second half is George Martin stuff. If you are a Beatles fan, get it but others can skip.
  • hey bulldog

    5
    By 812 vbdehffvghjky
    that song is great
  • Not their "best" but still good

    5
    By DisneyLover4Life
    This album was perhaps their weakest, 4 new songs, 2 from previous albums, and the rest instrumentals. A good listen if you want to hear "Hey Bulldog", or Harrison's "It's All Too Much". The Lennon/McCartney penned "All Together Now" is one meant to annoy little kids or friends. 1969 was a very trying time for the Fab Four, John, Paul and George were having musical differences, plus George wasn't feeling like he was allowed to give a full share cause John and Paul kept turning down his material. Ringo on the other hand was i believe on the verge of leaving the band for a few weeks during that time he wrote "Octopus's Garden" for what would be the final recording as a functioning band "Abbey Road". Yellow Submarine was i believe their worst selling record at the time, the music wasn't up to many fans expectations and the film was also a failure at the time. Now considered either near or a full "Cult Classic" Yellow Submarine has become a record everyone wants to hear once in full then they say whether it was good or not, don't just buy 1 or 2 songs, sample the full album and then decide to either just buy a few songs or the complete record. Just remember this "all you need is love"
  • Hey Bulldog!!!!!!

    5
    By KrunchDown
    5 stars simply because "Hey Bulldog" is a 1st-class Beatles rock song, and it's one you may not know well or at all. Enjoy it, maybe for the for the first time. WHAT A TREAT THAT WOULD BE. Even a huge Beatles fan is unlikely to listen to the side 2 score. JUST BUY HEY BULLDOG.
  • All you need is this album!

    5
    By Boy's Account
    Probably one of my favorite albums
  • Good movie

    2
    By NirkOne
    I remember as a child in the mid to early 1970's seeing this movie on TV. I enjoyed it but didn't understand it much and I still don't. That's the beauty of it I guess.... Of course if any of you grew up in the 70's you know anything like this movie was welcome. "Saturday night Fever?" Good Lord.........
  • Good song

    5
    By eliseo146
    i wish i could get high while listening Only a Northern Song
  • I'd just get 4 tracks on here.

    4
    By AndrewPunk16
    "Only a Northern Song", "All Together Now", "Hey Bulldog" and "It's All Too Much". The song "Yellow Submarine" is on their Album Revolver and "All You Need Is Love" on Magical Mystery Tour. Although yes there are plenty of good songs on the first part, second part is symphony. Unless you like symphony music then listen at your own risk. But definitely NOT a strong case of an album altogether. Well, that's all I really needed to say. I still love the Beatles!

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