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The album 'Beatles for Sale' was the bands fourth studio album, released on the 4th of December 1964. The album featured some of the Beatles most well know track including 'Eight Days a Week', 'Baby's in Black' and 'I'm a loser' and was noted for its shift away from the upbeat feels of their previous work.
The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.
The Beatles sixth studio album 'Rubber Soul' was released on the 3rd of December 1965. The album features some of the groups most loved hits including 'Drive My Car', 'Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)', 'Nowhere Man', 'Michelle' and 'In My Life' among others.
The title 'Rubber Soul' is and acknowledgment of the intrinsic inauthenticity of pop music and a recognition that The Beatles soul music could not contain the same authenticity as the American Folk music that had inspired them on their recent tour of America. The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.
Released on the 5th of August 1966, the Beatles seventh studio album 'Revolver' was the final album produced by the group before retiring from live performances. The album contained many notable songs including 'Taxman', 'Eleanor Rigby', 'Yellow Submarine' and 'Got to Get You into My Life' which are frequently held up among the best of The Beatles' work.
The album made use of many technological innovations to create a new style for The Beatles, with 'Revolver' often considered responsible for a change in the direction of Pop music. The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.
Let It Be' was the final studio album of The Beatles, released in May 1970 after the group's breakup. The creation of the album was documented in the concurrently released documentary of the same name which included clips of song rehearsals and the Apple Corps rooftop concert, the unannounced live performance which would be the groups last.
Despite being the group's last, the album features some of The Beatles' most famous songs including 'Across the Universe', 'Let It Be', 'The Long and Winding Road' and 'Get Back', demonstrating that the group's music continued to remain immensely relevant to the popular music scene until the end.
This commemorative wagon features a special livery inspired by the 'Let It Be' album artwork.