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13 studio albums as well as some American release albums.

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When was the beatles second album out?

In the UK. their second album "With The Beatles" was released in 1963. In the US. their second album "Meet The Beatles" was released in 1964.

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The second official Beatles album that was released is called "With the Beatles"

What was the third beatles album titled?

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What was the second Beatles album?

The second Beatles album was "with The Beatles". It was made in 1963 and lots of songs of theirs we know are on it. It uses the same cover art as the album "Meet the Beatles" which was released exclusively in the U.S.A for their tour here.

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I believe it would be the album "Beatles For Sale", released on December 4, 1964.

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Was Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band a double album?

No, it was not. The only double album The Beatles released was The Beatles (more commonly known as the White Album) which was released in 1968.

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