10 Rarest Beatles Albums Ever Made

"Butcher Cover": The infamous "Yesterday and Today" album had a controversial initial cover featuring the band posing with dismembered dolls and raw meat.

"The Black Album": This unofficial compilation features unreleased Beatles tracks, including early demos and studio outtakes, circulated among collectors.

"The Silver Beatles": Before they were the Beatles, the band went by this name for a brief period, and recordings under this moniker.

"The Decca Tapes": Recorded in 1962 during their failed audition for Decca Records, these recordings showcase the band's raw talent.

"The Quarrymen": The band's pre-Beatles era recordings under this name are incredibly rare and offer a glimpse into their formative years.

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"Indian Rope Trick": An unreleased album featuring experimental tracks recorded during the band's psychedelic phase in the late '60s.

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"Get Back Sessions": These recordings capture the Beatles during their tumultuous "Get Back" sessions.

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"Kum Back": A bootleg album featuring early mixes of tracks from the "Let It Be" sessions, offering a different perspective on the album's production.

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"Ultra Rare Trax": A series of bootleg compilations featuring alternate takes and unreleased songs, providing a treasure trove for die-hard fans.

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"Live at the Hollywood Bowl": A rare live album capturing the energy of the Beatles' performances at the iconic venue in 1964 and 1965.

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