These are the Beatles' A-sides I personally consider a bit below par (none of them are awful): - 'From Me To You' / 'Thank You Girl' This one stands out to me as a weaker A-side, an average B-side (which they originally thought was going to be the A-side, I think!), and is kind of a time-filler in an otherwise upward arc they were on from 1962 to 1966. I'm still perplexed as to how 'From Me To You' was as well received as it was in Britain in early '63, but I guess the competition wasn't up to much back then. - 'Paperback Writer' / 'Rain' - 'Hello, Goodbye' / 'I Am The Walrus' These both fall under "great B-side, mediocre A-side" status. I think the band was high on 'Paperback Writer' when it came out in '66 (John spoke highly of it at the time), but in retrospect, after the '66 tour it seems to have been largely forgotten by all of them. 'Hello, Goodbye' I just do not like. It's cheesy, and mildly annoying. As strictly A-sides go, I'm not overly fond of 'Can't Buy Me Love', but since I love 'You Can't Do That' (B-side) is fabulous, I still give that one a pass! Any particular B-sides I don't like? Yes -- 'I'm Down' is just cheesy; I can never quite accept it. 'Baby, You're A Rich Man' is okay, but seems to get weaker over time (Magical Mystery Tour in general, I think, is mostly crap material). 'You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)' is just a space-filler, but the band itself didn't care anymore by that point.