What better way to kick off this week than with track 1 of their first album, Please Please Me? The 50s brought with it the birth of rock and roll, and the Beatles rolled right along with it. Following a precedent being set by artists such as Chuck Berry and Bill Haley, I Saw Her Standing There introduced the world to the wild, rebellious world of the quartet, what with their flamboyant screaming mixed in with layered harmonies, prominent guitar work and general catchiness. Hell, it’s still catchy today!

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