Yes. I have "Rain" and "Paperback Writer" on my iPhone (headphones) and iPod (car) Revolver playlist which is where I do 90% of my music listening. Same for "Hey Jude" on the White Album. My logic? 1. I listen to Revolver and the White Album in their entirety once a week and if those tracks aren't on those LP's I wouldn't listen to them at all, or perhaps only when I listened to a greatest hits album which is almost never. 2. They were recorded in the sessions for the very LP's they supported. And as the ones deemed the very best by the band to release to the world in advance of the rest of the body of work, they belong there. I mean, come on. "Paperback Writer" and "Rain" were recorded the day after "Love You Too" and the day before "Taxman". Are we really going to say that they weren't part of Revolver? "Hey Jude" was recorded right after "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and right before "Sexy Sadie". Most definitely a White Album track. Not trying to convince anyone....just saying why I think it is justified for fans to take this approach since some are questioning my decisions. The singles are often the best songs off a particular LP, they are part of the DNA of the rest of the LP they were drawn from, and if not for decisions by record companies of the time they'd certainly be on those LP's.