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gaslightanthem
January 14th 2009


5209 Comments


so you don't like their last few albums ...which were their best :mad:

ConorMichaelJoseph
January 14th 2009


1870 Comments


I think Revolver or the White Album were their best.

ninjuice
January 14th 2009


6760 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

White Album might or might not be in the top 4, Help! is about as good.

Abbey Road > Revolver > This

Yotimi
January 14th 2009


7027 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album is definitely their best for me. A Day in The Life is the Greatest Beatles song and simply one of the greatest songs ever. It took songwriting to the next level.



Revolver is a close second for me though.

Digging: John Cale - Paris 1919

gaslightanthem
January 14th 2009


5209 Comments


Abbey Road > Revolver > Sgt. Peppers > Rubber Soul > The White Album > Others

McP3000
January 17th 2009


3941 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

as horribly overrated as this album is



a day in the life is like one of the best things ever



no lie

foreverendeared
January 17th 2009


14678 Comments


so horribly overrated, but yes a day in the life rules

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yeah this is sooo overrated and has obviously been eclipsed by more modern metal musics and complexity!

Electric City
Emeritus
January 17th 2009


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

mcp is right in this case

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yes because reinventing / revolutionizing rock n roll music, rock n roll production values, and rock n roll songwriting all on one album that still sets the standard for musicians and songwriters all over the world and who's influence is still heard far and wide...well that just won't do!This Message Edited On 01.17.09

Phantom
January 17th 2009


8961 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Butthurt

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i'm just sayin'!

foreverendeared
January 17th 2009


14678 Comments


yes because reinventing / revolutionizing rock n roll music, rock n roll production values, and rock n roll songwriting all on one album that still sets the standard for musicians and songwriters all over the world and who's influence is still heard far and wide...well that just won't do!
no that was Revolver. nothin new here

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Revolver was the beginning. this brought it full circle and made it more then a one off fluke or happy accident. its not just the work with the Beatles that was important, but continuing and expanding on the work at a time when rock n roll needed artistic and creative validationThis Message Edited On 01.17.09

fireaboveicebelow
January 17th 2009


6837 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

so the beatles did that by following the psychedelia trend? you're kinda forgetting that other very influential bands existed back then

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

so the beatles did that by following the psychedelia trend? you're kinda forgetting that other very influential bands existed back then




the "psychedelic trend" was just that. and some of the music was just awful. the Beatles did more then anybody to legitimize psychedelic music at the time and brought it kicking and screaming into the mainstream. and considering how far the Beatles came artistically and creatively in just a few short years (from things like Please Please Me to A Day In The Life, for instance) makes this album even more remarkable



Sgt. Peppers artistic and creative merit really cannot be overestimated. its a monumental recording imho This Message Edited On 01.17.09

Electric City
Emeritus
January 17th 2009


15756 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i don't care what it revolutionized the songs are boring/average, especially against their best work.

PunkItUp
January 17th 2009


207 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

do they have Staff Reviewer refresher courses in Rock n Roll 101 at this site? :p



jk lol. i'm a good natured dude =]



we all have an opinionThis Message Edited On 01.17.09

Seantmpc13
January 17th 2009


406 Comments


I listened to this album in my History of Jazz and Rock class. I like it but The Beatles have much better albums.This Message Edited On 01.17.09

fireaboveicebelow
January 17th 2009


6837 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

the Beatles did more then anybody to legitimize psychedelic music at the time and brought it kicking and screaming into the mainstream. and considering how far the Beatles came artistically and creatively in just a few short years (from things like Please Please Me to A Day In The Life, for instance) makes this album even more remarkable
it was only in the mainstream because of the name, no one really cared what it sounded like because after Revolver everyone thought they were untouchable, at their concerts you couldnt even hear the band over the horny women in the crowd, so they didn't tour for this record. I'll agree that they came a long way in a short amount of time, but even then people ignored all the other bands who were doing it better, the same thing happens today



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