Former BEATLE Ringo Starr sees nothing special about the forthcoming 40th anniversary of the Fab Four album SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEART CLUB BAND - because he never liked it. The LP is hailed by many as the band's greatest and critics have described it as their most influential - but it falls low on a list of the drummer's proudest achievements. Speaking of the album - which was first released on 1 June 1967 - Starr says, "It served its purpose. But as a musician I preferred Revolver and I preferred the White Album because we were back to being musicians. It was like everybody got their madness out in Sergeant Pepper."