New Beatles Album Found In Alternate Dimension

artist: beatles date: 04/23/2012 category: online downloads
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New Beatles Album Found In Alternate Dimension
A man claims to have visited another dimension where The Beatles continued recording - and has the cassette tapes to prove it. James Richards says he awoke in a parallel universe and came across newer Beatles albums that were never made in our dimension, and even managed to bring a recording back. "On Sept. 9, 2009 I experienced something that I still am having trouble believing happened to me," he says. "I came into the possession of a cassette tape containing a Beatles album that was never released. In fact, not only was it never released but it was recorded many years after they broke up." James says he fell unconscious after chasing his dog, and awoke in a universe where inter-dimensional travel was the norm. He awoke in a home where he was being cared for by a Beatles fan, who explained that the band never died in their dimension and continued recording. He goes on to describe stealing a cassette after being denied a copy so he could prove his journey really happened. It's all bulls--t, of course, but the site includes an album's worth of supposed Beatles tracks, which sound like remixes of existing archive recordings. Judging by the first two tracks, they're not too bad, but nothing to get excited about either. You can explore the wild site at TheBeatlesNeverBrokeup.com.
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