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Revolver

This album captures The Beatles at their peak of creativity, with surprising shifts in mood, ranging from the bright positivity of “Good Day Sunshine” to the paranoia of “She Said She Said.” The balance of pure harmony (“Here, There and Everywhere”) with jangling electric guitar (“And Your Bird Can Sing”), orchestral character portraits (“Eleanor Rigby”) and brassy soul (“Got to Get You Into My Life”) is seamless.

Some Girls

Stimulated by the pulse of late-1970s Manhattan, The Rolling Stones dove into the city’s musical subcultures with “Some Girls” and emerged with takes on disco (“Miss You”), punk (“Shattered”) and even country (“Far Away Eyes”).

Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes, Letters

An unforgettable book that will redefine one of the greatest icons of the 20th century and that, nearly 60 years after her death, will definitively reveal Marilyn Monroe’s humanity.

Risky Business

In the movie that launched Tom Cruise to stardom, a high school senior is tired of being Mr. All-American and facing such traumatic decisions as which Ivy League college to attend. His life gets turned around when he meets a sexy call girl who transforms his house into a brothel while his parents are away. Co-starring Rebecca DeMornay and Joe Pantoliano.

The Imitation Game

Benedict Cumberbatch shines as real-life war hero and pioneer of modern-day computing, Alan Turing, who saved millions of lives by cracking Germany’s so-called unbreakable code during WWII. Co-starring Keira Knightley and Mark Strong.

Solid Gold Hits / Beastie Boys

Looking for a high-energy crash course on the New York trio that bridged rap to rock like no one before? “Solid Gold Hits” is a digitally remastered tour of the Beasties’ brashest anthems.