This is actually half an album, really less than half. Only six of the thirteen tracks are Beatles songs, and only four of those six are new material, exclusive to this album. I got this is as a Christmas present years ago, thinking it would have all my favorite songs from the movie. Unfortunately, Eleanor Rigby, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Nowhere Man, and the like are all missing. But, once you get over the disappointment of how insubstantial the Yellow Submarine soundtrack is, you can enjoy what's there. There are of course the two classics which can be found on other albums. The title track is loved by some, despised by many others, but it fits in much more as an opener here than it does in the middle of Revolver. And All You Need is Love is the best song on the soundtrack. The other four are actually pretty good tunes. Hey Bulldog is probably the best of these, it's a great rock song with a humorous ending. It's All Too Much, depending on your mood, can be just what its title suggests or it can be an excellent mind trip. Either way, it ended the movie on a great note. Only a Northern Song has some nice sounds and makes a good listen, and All Together Now was one of my favorite songs as a kid. The rest, songs 7-13, are all George Martin instrumentals, good for background music, but likely to be skipped over. If you want all the songs featured in the movie (even if they're only heard for a few seconds) buy the remastered songtrack. Yellow Submarine is the least essential of the Beatles' original albums but if you're a die-hard completist, there are much worse ways to spend your money.