Of all the Beatles albums, none has garnered as much controversy and speculation as Let It Be. Released as their final album in May 1970, the record began its life as a back-to-basics affair called Get Back, which was intended to show the Beatles as a stripped-down rock & roll band after the excesses of Sgt. Pepper's and The White Album. This is an interpretation of the Let It Be sessions, which has been marred by various producers. Let It Be...Naked is the stripped down version of it.