This type of list has been done a million times, and there's a reason why. You can't label the Beatles (as a whole) as any Genre, hence why i'm showing you the best of the best. Although I can't help but stress the fact that i Love the Beatles and may be (ever so slightly) bias towards them.
5- Abbey Road - Released 1969
Ah, yes the most iconic album cover of all time. The "greatest" Beatles album. So why is at number 5? Well, why don't you the educated reader of this post look at is track listing. If you're a casual Beatles fan you may recognise songs like "Something", "Octopus's Garden", "Here Comes The Sun or "Come Together" but how many of the other songs can you identify with based just on the title? not many i'll bet. I can just about remember half the songs by reading their title the other half... well don't ask me!
4- Rubber Soul - Released 1965
3- The Beatles (The White Album) - Released 1968
2- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Released 1967
Doth One Need to explain the one of the greatest albums ever heard? If thou answers "yes" i will direct the reader to dunk their head inside their toilette bowl, Whereas if you have replied in the negative you may proceed.
1- Revolver - Released 1966
The cover, the songs, the psychedelic undertone. This is the perfect album my personal 3rd Favourtie Album. Beaten by (if you're wondering) "All things Must Pass" by the Beatles' own George and "Forever Changes" by Love.