The Beatles released 13 albums during their seven-year recording career. And almost every single one of them is a masterpiece. It helped that the group came of age during one the most fertile periods for music in the past couple hundred years. It also helped that the band included two of the best songwriters of the 20th century – and a third who wasn't too bad either.

So what we're basically saying is, you really can't go wrong with any of the Beatles' albums (well, maybe one or two ...). But which of their landmark records – Rubber Soul? Revolver? Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band? – is the best?

We went back and listened to all of the records again to come up with our list of Beatles Albums, Ranked Worst to Best, which you can see above. The lines between most of these LPs are so thin that we won't even argue if you start quibbling over the placement of this album or that one (unless you try to tell us that Yellow Submarine is better than Abbey Road). Like we said, they're all kinda great.