New Beatles Grammar Compilation / November 2026

The Beatles are to release the forth in their 'English Grammar best of the Beatles series', with a new compilation album entitled The 'Do Not' Contraction Collection. The track listing is as below and contains all of the bands hits that use the popular contraction of 'don't' (as apposed to the longer 'do not') within their title.

Don't Bother Me
Don't Ever Change
Don't Let Me Down
Don't Pass Me By
Honey Don't
I Don't Want To Spoil The Party
I Just Don't Understand 
Why Don't We Do It In The Road

As previously reported with the previous four albums in the series (Hasn't/Has not, Can't/Cannot, I'll/I will) the release has been met with much criticism with fans claiming the Beatles estate are ripping people off by releasing yet another rehashed compilation of Beatles songs. Last night Paul McCartney was involved in a bitter Twitter argument with fans who claimed the recent compilations were the most ridiculous since the infamous 2022 compilation Onions and Strawberries: the best of the Beatles which only contained two tracks (Strawberry Fields Forever and Glass Onion). McCartney retaliated with the following tweet with his account mysteriously closing down moments later:

" U BUY IT. . . U LAP IT UP. . . ALL OF IT..  KISS MY RING... X 0 X "

We at NNME have put together a list of our favourite Beatles compilation albums released over recent years:

The Beatles: Your New Favourite Band
The Beatles: Number 2's
Simply and Utterly the Greatest Hits: 1962-1970
EVERY TRACK... EVER (28 Disc boxset)
The Beatles sing... the Long Ones (Compilation of tracks with a title of more than five words)
Have You Heard? The best of the Beatles
Fellatio Anthems: Please, Please Me remixed
The Beatles: Number 3's and lower
The Beatles: Songs recorded on a Wednesday
The Shit Ones: Yellow Submarine revisited

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