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Old 09-08-2009, 02:52 AM   #676
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Pitchfork:

Please Please Me: 9.5 Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: Please Please Me
With the Beatles: 8.8 Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: With the Beatles
A Hard Day's Night: 9.7 Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: A Hard Day's Night
Beatles for Sale: 9.3 Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: Beatles For Sale
Help!: 9.2 Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: Help!
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Top 25 (I can't find anything to get rid of)

1. I've Just Seen A Face
2. Dig A Pony
3. Happiness Is A Warm Gun
4. I'm only Sleeping
5. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
6. Helter Skelter
7. Help
8. I Me Mine
9. Something
10. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
11. Eleanor Rigby
12. Norwegian Wood
13. Your Mother Should Know
14. Lucy in the Sky
15. Rain
16. Day Tripper
17. Paperback Writer
18. Baby's In Black
19. Because
20. I'll Follow the Sun
21. Hard Days Night
22. Glass Onion
23. Strawberry Fields Forever
24. Till There Was You
25. Penny Lane

The order changes each day which is why I can't just cut it off at Rain
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I'm unable to make a top 10 or 15 or 20 or whatnot list.
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I originally posted 21, but had to add 4 that id missed and couldnt replace anything... I am shattered to have missed about 20...
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Mine and Impy's lists win for only having one Paul song each.
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Nice, but this is the more interesting read:

Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: Stereo Box / In Mono

Pretty fucked up that the Mono set doesn't have the documentaries.
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Nice, but this is the more interesting read:

Pitchfork: Album Reviews: The Beatles: Stereo Box / In Mono

Pretty fucked up that the Mono set doesn't have the documentaries.
I was gonna post that too but had to run to college, that's a really great read
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1. Being For The Benefit of Mr Kite / I Want You (She's So Heavy) / Helter Skelter (from Love).

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can i just ask however -- re these reissues, for anyone who has them yet, do they sound a fair way better, but more importantly (for mine) what is the packaging like, are the fleshed out lyric booklets etc. i'll probably grab a few if this is the case.
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I know for sure that in my store they're doing a checklane full. And really, if something winds up selling out before I get mine (doubtful), it's still a good deal on the ones that are there, y'know? I do know that in my store they're doing two separate entire endcaps for the remasters, so there has to be a lot. We'll see on Wednesday! As for using the gift cards themselves for the remaster, I'll go the laz route there.
Good to know about the endcaps. Hopefully the one close to me will be well stocked. I'll find out when I stop there on the way to work in the morning.
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I'm unable to make a top 10 or 15 or 20 or whatnot list.
Same here.
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Because I do
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It may be inspirational and brilliant, but it's not really an enjoyable listen.

Revolution 9 can never really be considered a song, and ultimately is difficult to rate against other Beatles songs, but I find it immensely enjoyable. I listened to it 2 weeks ago and there are sounds there that are real ear candy, I couldn't care about the lack of structure and that there are wierd spoken words floating around, it still sounds good, all 9 minutes.

I've always enjoyed listening to Revolution 9 more than listening to Yer Blues and Revolution 1, which are two songs I dislike.

And while The White Album is fairly maligned for the awkward, yet inevitable lack of flow, Cry Baby Cry / Can You Take Me Back / Rev 9 /Goodnight, just works soooooo well....somehow.
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I've been re-listening to these albums for the past week and have to do some tweaking, plus I put that list together on the fly:

1. "Strawberry Fields Forever"
2. "Hey Jude"
3. "Across the Universe"
4. "Tomorrow Never Knows"
5. "A Day in the Life"
6. "Get Back"
7. "I Am the Walrus"
8. "Dear Prudence"
9. "I'm Looking Through You"
10. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (either the demo or Love versions)

Yeah... I'm happy with that.
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I really like the Beatles
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Revolution 9 can never really be considered a song...
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