The Beatles Rock Band full tracklist revealed and rated

We've got a look at an almost complete track list for The Beatles Rock Band and it's safe to say we're excited. See below for the 44 tracks we know, r

We've got a look at an almost complete track list for The Beatles Rock Band and it's safe to say we're excited. See below for the 44 tracks we know, reviewed and rated and let us know in the comments what you want the mystery 45th song to be. I want A Day In The Life. 


I Want To Hold Your Hand

Rating: *****

Great opportunity for head shaking harmonising

I Feel Fine

Rating: ****

Another rock solid classic from the band's early years

Day Tripper

Rating: ****

A double entendre packed pop classic with a great guitar solo

Paperback Writer

Rating: *****

Difficult to avoid singing along to a the best of times


Rating: ***

A little slow and strumming to be really fun

Don’t Let Me Down

Rating: **

One of the Beatles' weakest singles

Please Please Me (1963)

I Saw Her Standing There

Rating: *****

A great song from the early run of pop juggernauts


Rating: **

A gender-bending turn from Ringo that's hardly classic

Do You Want To Know A Secret

Rating: ***

Obscure to most young Beatles fans but brilliant nonetheless

Twist and Shout

Rating: ****

The perfect song for recreating She Stadium style scenes in your living room

With the Beatles (1963)

I Wanna Be Your Man

Rating: **

Surpassed by the game's multitude of stronger tracks

A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

A Hard Day’s Night

Rating: ****

Inspired by one of Ringo's malapropisms, another chance to harmonise and shake your moptop. 

Can’t Buy Me Love

Rating: ****

You can't buy melodies this catchy either

Beatles For Sale (1964)

Eight Days a Week

Rating: *****

Another Ringo-inspired title and yet another gem from the band's ultra-pop period

Help! (1965)

Ticket To Ride

Rating: *****

More barely concealed rudeness. A great song but why no Help! too?

Rubber Soul (1965)

Drive My Car

Rating: ****

Brilliant for the opportunity to sing "beep, beep, beep, beep, yeah!" alone.

I’m Looking Through You

Rating: ***

Bound to slightly slow down the mood

If I Needed Someone

Rating: **

One of the album's less memorable tracks

Revolver (1966)


Rating: ****

With a bassline later filched by the Jam in Start!, this is the song bass playing gamers will love most.

Yellow Submarine

Rating: **

It's OK, if you like that sort of thing

And Your Bird Can Sing

Rating: ****

An under-appreciated classic

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help From My Friends

Rating: *****

A glorious clatter, will be fun to play the transition between the two songs

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

Rating: ***

Will psychedelic visuals make up for a slightly mopey playing experience

Getting Better

Rating: *****

Another under-appreciated album cut

Good Morning Good Morning

Rating: ****

An excellent wake up call and bound to get you shouting in to the mics

Magical Mystery Tour (1967)

I Am The Walrus

Rating: ****

Get you gran up playing and make her sing the baffling lyrics

Hello Goodbye

Rating: **

A pretty throwaway track from The Beatles most throwaway record

The Beatles (White Album) (1968)

Dear Prudence

Rating: ****

Oddity that will fun to play, would be great to include a hidden option to play Siouxsie & The Banshee's radical re-imagining

Back In the U.S.S.R.

Rating: *****

A guitar jam, the influence of Chuck Berry means there's riffs a plenty here

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Rating: *****

Slow but beautiful, the song where the accomplished Rock Band players will show off


Rating: **

You probably skip it on the record, the game might be the same

Helter Skelter

Rating: *****

The proto-heavy metal guitar will make this one of the most enjoyable songs to play

Yellow Submarine (1969)

Hey Bulldog

Rating: ****

Yellow Submarine is not an essential album by any means but this song is gloriously unhinged

Abbey Road (1969)

Come Together

Rating: ***** 

Another Chuck Berry-inspired track that will be perfect for the multi-player singalong treatment


Rating: ***

A beautiful song but potentially a little boring to play

Octopus’s Garden

Rating: **

A Ringo sung children's song that is, let's be honest, a little tedious

I Want You (She’s So Heavy)

Rating: *****

Lennon's darkly confessional song is simple enough for anyone to sing but has a heavyweight punch

Here Comes the Sun

Rating: *****

Some of Harrison's most exquisite guitar playing will make this a joy to play

Let It Be (1970)

Dig a Pony

Rating: ***

Let It Be is arguably The Beatles' patchiest album and this track is fun but hardly essential

I Me Mine

Rating: **

The same goes for this spiritual mantra

I Got a Feeling

Rating: **

Not going to be in your list of favourite tracks by any means

Get Back

Rating: ****

The saving grace of the Let It Be section

Love (2006)

Within You Without You/ Tomorrow Never Knows

Rating: ****

The mystical mash-up from the 2006 Love remix album will be fun to play especially if you can take on the sitar part.

(tracklist via Kotaku)