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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2010) "The Twelfth Album" is an alternative history short story by Stephen Baxter, first published in Interzone in April 1998. It is about an imaginary twelfth album recorded by The Beatles, called God. The album features songs that were written and recorded as solo projects by the group's members in reality, but in a parallel universe where The Beatles did not split up following the release of Let It Be, resulting in these songs being recorded by the group. In the universe where it was recorded, the Earth was apparently destroyed by a hail of comets, which shocks the two middle-aged men who find the album in their deceased workmate's room on board the docked Titanic Hotel in Liverpool.[1] In reality, The Beatles did release twelve albums; the story ignores one of them, Yellow Submarine, because it is considered by the author more a George Martin score than a Beatles' album.[citation needed] Track listing Side 1 "Give Me Some Truth", actually released on John Lennon's Imagine album. "It Don't Come Easy", from Ringo Starr's album Ringo's Best (Apple, 1971) "Every Night", from Paul McCartney's album McCartney "All Things Must Pass", from George Harrison's album All Things Must Pass. "Child of Nature", a Lennon song auditioned for The White Album that later had its lyrics rewritten to become "Jealous Guy" from Imagine. "Back Seat of my Car", a McCartney duet with Linda McCartney from their album Ram. On the God album, the song is a traditional Beatles three part harmony. Side 2 "Instant Karma!", the famous Lennon single. "Isn't It A Pity", a Harrison song, auditioned during the Get Back/Let It Be sessions, later two versions were recorded and released on All Things Must Pass. "Junk", a McCartney song auditioned during the Get Back/Let It Be sessions, later recorded for McCartney. "Wah Wah", a Harrison solo song intended for Let It Be but released on All Things Must Pass. "God", a Lennon song from Plastic Ono Band. "Maybe I'm Amazed", a McCartney song from McCartney. This version, in the story, is a full Beatles recording, with Lennon providing vocals. References ^ Interzone no. 130, April 1998 v · d · eWorks by Stephen Baxter Xeelee Sequence Raft · Timelike Infinity · Flux · Ring · Vacuum Diagrams · Reality Dust · Riding the Rock · Mayflower II · Starfall Xeelee story elements Xeelee  · Qax · Other species  · Other technology Destiny's Children Coalescent · Exultant · Transcendent · Resplendent Manifold Trilogy Time · Space · Origin · Phase Space The Mammoth Trilogy Silverhair · Longtusk · Icebones · Behemoth A Time Odyssey Time's Eye · Sunstorm · Firstborn The Web Series Gulliverzone · Webcrash Time's Tapestry Emperor · Conqueror · Navigator · Weaver NASA Trilogy Voyage · Titan · Moonseed Unnamed Disaster Series Flood · Ark Others The Twelfth Album · Anti-Ice · The Time Ships · The Light of Other Days · Evolution Unrelated collections Traces · The Hunters of Pangaea Non-fiction Deep Future · Omegatropic · Ages in Chaos