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Old 02-21-2013, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by TheWildAndTheYoung View Post
68.Revolver - The Beatles


Tracklist:
1.Taxman
2.Eleanor Rigby
3.I'm Only Sleeping
4.Love You To / Here, There And Everywhere
5.Yellow Submarine
6.She Said She Said
7.Good Day Sunshine
8.And Your Bird Can Sing
9.For No One
10.Doctor Robert
11.I Want To Tell You
12.Got To Get You Into My Life
13.Tomorrow Never Knows

Genre: Psychedelic Rock

The Beatles were once my favorite group, but I eventually moved on back to glam metal bands, as well as other metal and rock bands.Anyway, I do still have to admit that this album played an important roll in my music life, so I have to put it on here.This album is arguably the best Beatles record, of course some people will fight and say "Abbey Road" or "Sgt. Pepper", I think this is The Beatles at their strongest, and to be honest I don't like Sgt. Pepper all that much anyway.The only song on here I don't like, and never have liked since I can remember, is "Yellow Submarine".Standouts include "Taxman" possibly George Harrison's finest moment on both guitar and vocals, the groovy "Got To Get You Into My Life", and my favorite Beatles song "And Your Bird Can Sing".This album will only please people who like catchy, melodic, pop rock tunes mixed in with a little psychedelic
elements here and there (and everywhere ).

Standout Track:
"And Your Bird Can Sing" http://grooveshark.com/s/And+Your+Bi...g/4K7cON?src=5
I'm no Beatles historian by any means but if While My Guitar Gently Weeps isn't George Harison's finest moment on the planet earth I'd be shocked.
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