Uh, dude the black album was by metallica. (and JayZ)
Patience Is A Virtue...That I Don't Have
"Never before in my time at the bar or on the bench have I ever had to deal with somebody who voluntarily allowed himself to be buggered by a dog on the public highway. Frankly it is beyond most of our comprehension" - British Judge
If you have made mistakes, even serious mistakes, you may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down.
REVOLVER was the most revolutionary album ever released. Almost all bands today sprouted from that record, it is absolutly amazing. In almost all songs today you can hear influences.
Another thang about the bee ahtles, they were so hard core when they first started, no one back then even had long hair, and there they were, rocking out, doing what no one else was doing. If u can get a chance, look up some of there unrealeased or really early stuff. You will be amazed
haha beatles are amazing, and anyone that says otherwise i just figure hasnt listened to anything other than like thier early pop stuff. i k ow this is a compilation so it doesnt count but best album hands down is blue album like 1967-1970. my favorite real album though is srgt peppers. then tied for seconds is revolver, abbey road, rubber soul, and white album.
decided to bump this since, 1. i am drunk, 2. i am listening to the beatles, and 3. the beatles are the shit. "hey jude" rockin right now- i can remember listening to this song on record when i was like 3 years old. good old beatles
I dont know about anybody else, but hearing Beatles songs to me are like hearing nursery rhymes, Them and Tom Petty were really the only bands i listened to when i was younger then 10, so when i hear their songs now i hear them differently. Nonetheless they are probably the greatest songwriters ever. (opinion)
Run like an antelope out of control
the beatles are over rated, that's all there is to it, yeah they had some good songs and influenced the world, but don't you think it went a little far and they got a little more credit than deserved, exactly like the motherfucking rolling stones and led zeppelin, home of the world's most sloppiest live guitar player jimmy page.
anyone see ringo and paul on larry king last night? it was for the one year anniversary of the beatles/ cirque du solei show. it was pretty interesting. paul kind of acted like an ass- trying to steal the attention and cutting larry off, acting like a little kid. i think ringo was the most grounded beatle- he let the fame go to his head least. yoko and george's widdow were on the show also. it was neat.