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Five exhilarating masterpieces from the Music Maestros!

The Beatles, along with The Who, Led Zeppelin, Queen and Black Sabbath are considered to be the pioneers of the rock and metal scenes in the music industry. Considered as arguably the greatest band ever, Beatles has released many masterful tracks over the years. Here in this article we are going to inform you about 5 masterpieces by The Beatles that will instantly get your attention.

Helter Skelter

Probably one of their most polarizing yet, a masterpiece song named 'Helter Skelter' is a signature song and a cult hit that shaped The Beatles' legacy over the years. The X-factor of the song is the distorted guitar that blends through the number throughout the runtime. It was composed by McCartney in response to the critics who said that Beatles only do soft songs. The song is now regarded as one of the first songs to influence the Heavy metal and Punk music scene.


Paul McCartney delivered another winner with 'Yesterday' from the album 'Help'. The song was released in 1965 and gained immense popularity at that time. A heart wrenching ballad on the topic of the loss of a loved one mesmerized the audience from the very emancipation.

Let It Be

A song about accepting destiny and looking for the future. An unrelenting catchy chorus where the Beatles ask the audience to keep faith in 'Mother Mary' and face the hardships of life with chin on. The youthful vocals along with the soulful energy is infectious enough to pull someone into the world of the Beatles.

Hey Jude

The song was released by the quartet in 1968 as their first song recorded for the Apple Music label. The song was written by McCartney to comfort Lennon's son Julian and was initially named Hey Jule after Lennon divorced Julian's mom and married Yoko Ono. The song is about rejuvenating instead of being in a state of remorse, and to look for love in this ever-changing world.

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

One of the most defining and frequently mentioned songs from the Beatles' 'White Album', 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps' stands out because of its amazing composition and ambiguous meaning. George Harrison penned the song, and also was the lead vocalist. Guitar legend Eric Clapton played a marvellous uncredited solo in the song which is considered as a masterpiece in modern music. The song talks about the failure of humanity to develop universal life being backed down by basic carnal instincts.