Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ Rises to No. 1 on Billboard’s Best Rock Albums

The BeatlesSo be it album is supercharged by the premiere of the Thanksgiving weekend docuseries The Beatles: Come Back on Disney + to climb from n ° 10 to the top of BillboardTop Rock Albums Chart for the first time.

This is the fifth time that a Beatles album has reached the top of this ranking, after Love in 2007, Live: Live on BBC Volume 2 in 2009, and two titles that peaked after their expanded reissues for their 50th anniversary, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Group in 2017 and Abbey route in 2019.

So be it Also climbs 80-19 on the Billboard 200, 21-6 on the top album sales chart following its October 15 reissue in luxury editions. This took him to the Billboard 200, before the docuseries rolled out, to No.5, UK’s No.2 and Top 3 everywhere, from Australia to Ireland and Spain to Switzerland. The arrival of eagerly awaited series directed by Peter Jackson also helped the album move up the UK Official Albums chart 63-22.

Billboard reports that two of the most beloved songs of So be it also perform well on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs: “Let It Be” is at # 16 and “Get Back” at # 23. They are also on Rock Digital Song Sales at issues 13 and 11 respectively. This last graphic also shows two other favorite tracks, “Two of Us” at # 20 and “Don’t Let Me Down” at # 22.

Other Beatles releases from the later period that performed well on top rock albums are Abbey route, which is up 9-3, the 1 compilation at # 26, and The Beatles (alias ‘L’Album Blanc’) at n ° 45. UK, 1 is up 57-37, Abbey route fits to No. 69, and the durable 1967-1970 collection (released for the first time with 1962-1966 in 1973) reappears at n ° 100. Meanwhile, on the UK’s vinyl record charts, Abbey route climbs 37-23 and So be it goes to n ° 24.

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