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Solo
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I'd hate to hop on the bandwagon but Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of my favorite albums. Love it to death.

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hard day's night. this is also bob pollard's favorite. between us, we represent 100% of all good ideas in the known universe. therefore, hard day's night is the best beatles album.

flawless logic.


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Originally posted by Bardock42
How can Rolling Stone put 4 ****ing Beatles Albums in the Top Ten of their 500 Greatest Albums list.

It is ridiculous.

One is a ****ing stretch.


How? I can see how. big grin

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Originally posted by Bardock42
How can Rolling Stone put 4 ****ing Beatles Albums in the Top Ten of their 500 Greatest Albums list.

It is ridiculous.

One is a ****ing stretch.


Because of a simple Alphabet list...

A. It's their magazine.
B. It's their Top Ten.
C. You don't even buy Rolling Stone magazine.
D. I don't buy Rolling Stone magazine.
E. I rule!
F. Fuggedabbouit.


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Originally posted by Alpha Centauri
What's everyone's favourite The Beatles album then?

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omg i like totally couldn't pick just one...


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Brian May on John Lennon

There is not enough space here to come close to chronicling all Lennon’s masterpieces, but check out Tomorrow Never Knows, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, and then I Am the Walrus and Strawberry Fields Forever, and tell me you do not gasp… Never had anything been created like these works in the whole of history.
Lennon, from a frankly less-than-glamorous teenager with a bit of a chip on his shoulder, developed into the coolest guy on Earth. He was cool enough to write the greatest teen pop song ever written (in my humble etc): I Want To Hold Your Hand, to embrace psychedelia and make it musically valid, to leave The Beatles when he felt it had all become a shallow game he didn't want to play any more, and then to put his whole being into promoting Peace in his solo work, producing almost certainly the greatest, most daring and personally revealing solo albums ever made, including the exquisite Jealous Guy, the soul-baring God, and the immortal anthem for mankind, Imagine. OK, I am out of space, but Lennon, for all of us post-revolution (whatever that was…) musos, was, is, and always will be... IT.
I rest my case.

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Brian May on John Lennon

There is not enough space here to come close to chronicling all Lennon’s masterpieces, but check out Tomorrow Never Knows, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, and then I Am the Walrus and Strawberry Fields Forever, and tell me you do not gasp… Never had anything been created like these works in the whole of history.
Lennon, from a frankly less-than-glamorous teenager with a bit of a chip on his shoulder, developed into the coolest guy on Earth. He was cool enough to write the greatest teen pop song ever written (in my humble etc): I Want To Hold Your Hand, to embrace psychedelia and make it musically valid, to leave The Beatles when he felt it had all become a shallow game he didn't want to play any more, and then to put his whole being into promoting Peace in his solo work, producing almost certainly the greatest, most daring and personally revealing solo albums ever made, including the exquisite Jealous Guy, the soul-baring God, and the immortal anthem for mankind, Imagine. OK, I am out of space, but Lennon, for all of us post-revolution (whatever that was…) musos, was, is, and always will be... IT.
I rest my case.


Kram3r on John Lennon

Hypocritical pretentious **** who over simplified.
I rest my case.

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Across the Universe was on at someone's house whilst I was in Canada (That's where I've been for the past month and a bit), it's really shit.

Just goes to prove my theory. The Beatles aren't timeless, people just won't let them go.

-AC


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I can't believe there are people out there who don't love The Beatles.

To me that's like not liking oxygen or nourishment.


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I can't believe there are people who don't think The Beatles are overrated.

To me, that's like not reading what Bodach just said.

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Originally posted by bodach
I can't believe there are people out there who don't love The Beatles.

To me that's like not liking oxygen or nourishment.


Hahahahahaha, cretin.


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Across the Universe was on at someone's house whilst I was in Canada (That's where I've been for the past month and a bit), it's really shit.

Just goes to prove my theory. I have an irrationally bad view of The Beatles in spite of their actual musical abilities.

-AC


btw, the soundtrack to Across The Universe wasn't written by The Beatles.


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Originally posted by A BaD PanCaKe
I am totally BEATLE CRAZY!! I love the music no matter how old it is. I think that they have got to be one of the greatest bands in history!

-but thats just my opinion


Anyone else here a Beatle fan?


Yes, I am a Beatles fan.

And they are easily one of, and arguably, the greatest band ever.

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Oh, yeah! I usually listen to metal, but the Beatles are just so epic!
Their songs make me so happy!


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The Beatles did their best work outside of most of 1967 when Lennon destroyed his ego with LSD and they became Paul McCartney's Corny Fart's Club Band and then became interesting again in '68. The thing about John is that all his work post-heroin addiction (so like post-early '68) has this really creepy edge to it where now matter how sweet or pretty a song is it still unsettles me which is actually something I like. Stuff like Two Virgins and Baby's Heartbeat and Oh My Love and #9 Dream. I mean the former two obviously but even the latter two are at least somewhat unsettling.


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