Good news for Beatlemaniacs on Tuesday (July 24): An entirely new compilation album, Tomorrow Never Knows, has hit iTunes.
The compilation plays up the rock aspect of the Fab Four's rock and roll legacy and features 14 of their "most powerful rock songs" like "Back in the USSR," "Helter Skelter," "Paperback Writer" and "Revolution." In addition to the album, available exclusively on iTunes, fans can download or stream a promo film called "Hey Bulldog" in support of the release, which is available for free.
Another bonus element attached to the news is a passionate, self-reflective note from Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl about the indelible impact the band had in inspiring Grohl to become a musician. We've seen Grohl and the Foos demonstrate their love for the Beatles before, but there's something extra-special in the words the Grammy winner composed for the occasion.