Jett Diamond
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Join date: Jun 2007
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#3
That's hilarious in a great way. I'm not sure if I actually like them or just find them to be the silliest thing I've ever heard. His voice isn't really my favorite, but this is just so funny.
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StreetLight3989
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#5
This is so awesome, it's hilarious and actually pretty good.
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TheOperator
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Join date: Dec 2007
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#6
Quote by BrianApocalypse

My band do a punk cover of Eleanor Rigby.



I want to hear it


I don't know if I actually liked this band or if it was just awesomely silly
prplhazed
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#8
Hahaha thats awesome
I'm pretty sure i fall on the side of "its funny buuut...."
BrianApocalypse
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Join date: May 2004
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#10
Quote by TheOperator
I want to hear it


Yeah man.

It's really cool because I've added extra chord changes to the chorus and it sounds really cool.

It's a bastard to sing as high as McCartney, but if you do it in a lower range it doesn't really work.

But yeah, I'm looking forward.
Nexium
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Join date: Aug 2007
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#11
Lookes like their wearing wiggs:P ah well pretty amusing tho.
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BrianApocalypse
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#14
More's the pity.

The Beatles are a really good group. Especially the experimental psychedelic studio era (Abbey Road / Revolver / Sgt Pepper's) despite George Harrison's dabblings with indian music and culture. The music they produced under the limitations of the abbey road studios is breathtakingly good.

Some of the early Beatles stuff hasn't dated well, though.

And Norweigian Wood is a piece of crap.
lavazza
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#15
Quote by BrianApocalypse
More's the pity.

The Beatles are a really good group. Especially the experimental psychedelic studio era (Abbey Road / Revolver / Sgt Pepper's) despite George Harrison's dabblings with indian music and culture. The music they produced under the limitations of the abbey road studios is breathtakingly good.

Some of the early Beatles stuff hasn't dated well, though.

And Norweigian Wood is a piece of crap.


I once read in a book, that 90% of all Beatles songs deal with love
BrianApocalypse
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#16
That sounds pretty unlikely. It's probably a relatively high figure, but it's nowhere near that high.

Besides, it's common knowledge that 86% of statistics are made up on the spot.
RizzoWashburn
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Join date: Mar 2007
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#17
The Damned's version of Help is still far superior.

EDIT: And on a side note, I like a few Beatles songs but I'm tired of people calling them "the greatest rock band ever". They were nothing more than a pretty boy pop band. Albeit one that wrote some decent songs.
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prplhazed
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#18
Quote by BrianApocalypse


And Norweigian Wood is a piece of crap.


You lie!
werty22
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#19
I agree that The Beatles weren't a rock band, but they were more than a "pretty boy" pop band. Even if you don't like them, you have to admit that they're probably one of the most (if not THE most) influential pop bands ever.
RizzoWashburn
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#20
Ha, after listening to these guys a couple more times, they're really good. It's kind of how those songs should have sounded.
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BrianApocalypse
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#21
Just uploaded a backing track for Eleanor Rigby that we did today.

It's not particularly special, because Wallace didn't know the song so just improvised it in one take.

I think that once I overdub some jarring and unpleasant vocal harmonies over it it'll sound OK though