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Mar 4 2008, 23h34 por warren33You know an album is off to a good start when one band is making fun of another band. In this case, The Beatles were taking this piss out of The Beach Boys with "Back in the U.S.S.R." In their best segue since the coupling of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and "With a Little Help from My Friends," "Dear Prudence" immediately follows. It's a one-two punch of brilliant pop that makes one excited that this could possibly last over two slabs (four sides) of vinyl (or two compact discs, as is the case here).
Incidentally "Dear Prudence" is one of the few songs I heard in my young life where the cover version didn't beat the original to the punch regarding my virgin ears. Still, I quite enjoy the version by Siouxsie and the Banshees.
If The Beatles were sending up The Beach Boys in "U.S.S.R.," their up to that same trick again on "Glass Onion," sending up...The Beatles. …
Jul 31 2007, 19h01 por thatcamel392Songs name are answer for the questions.
HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY?
I Don't Want to Spoil the Party
Not to good I guess. Haha.
WILL YOU GET FAR IN LIFE?
The Lord Loves the One (That Loves the Lord)
But I'm not even religious really!
HOW DO YOUR FRIENDS SEE YOU?
Pictures of Lily
WTF does that mean? They look at me as porn or something? I'm confused.
WILL YOU GET MARRIED?
Haha, I guess not.
WHAT IS YOUR BEST FRIEND'S THEME SONG?
Well...he is sad currently.
WHAT IS THE STORY OF YOUR LIFE?
Oh god, how emo.
WHAT WAS HIGH SCHOOL LIKE?
Haha! Very true!
HOW CAN YOU GET AHEAD IN LIFE?
Haha, become a magician I guess.
WHAT IS THE BEST THING ABOUT YOUR FRIENDS?
WHAT IS IN STORE FOR THIS WEEKEND?
THE BEST THING TO DESCRIBE YOUR GRANDPARENTS?
HOW IS YOUR LIFE GOING?
Jun 4 2007, 4h08 por thousanddreamsI finally made it!
I can't remember my first track played, being stupid. It was most likely a Beatles song. Possibilities are:
Baby's in Black
Here, There and Everywhere
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
Happiness Is a Warm Gun
something like that.
My 2500th track was
When We Was Fab
Hippy Hippy Shake
10,000th (maybe; I had to count backwards):
Abr 14 2006, 8h58 por lisardggYWhen I was a kid, I didn't listen to a lot of music. My music explosion only started around the age of 14 when I started to seriously listen to the Beatles, Doors and Smiths.
Before that, I only had a few tapes I used to listen to, tapes my parents bought and rarely played. I remember a yellow Walkman and sitting in the back seat during long family trips, listening again and again and again to George Harrison's Cloud Nine.
Now, I'll be the first to admit that it isn't the best album in the world. It suffers from many of the problems that rockers had in the 80's.
The music has that slick and smooth self-satisfied 80's feel, totally lacking in grit or energy.
But hey, it's George Harrison. He's allowed. He's earned it.
It's got a few lovely songs in it - When We Was Fab, Devil's Radio or the better-known Got My Mind Set on You.
After a few months of constant listening the tape wore out. I tore the tape and broke the walkman from overuse. If I could feed those hours into las.fm, it would probably jump up and lead my charts. …
Fev 28 2006, 1h15 por buddhistpalm