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Old 04-12-2006, 02:45 AM   #16
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i may be the only person who has always found "tomorrow never knows" to be annoying as hell. but now that i think about it, that might still be 11-year old me talking. i haven't listened to it since then.

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'In My Life' is one of my favorite songs ever written.


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Old 04-12-2006, 05:18 AM   #18
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Re: Rubber Soul vs Revolver

Originally posted by intedomine

It is perhaps legitimate to suggest thast Rubber Soul is unfairly overlooked and forgotten...

...but some critics have even gone as far to suggest that Rubber Soul is actually one of The Beatles strongest albums, and have claimed that it is better then Pepper and Revolver.
I agree with this, actually. Rubber Soul is one of my favourite Beatles albums. Personally, I prefer Rubber Soul to Revolver and put it about on par with Sgt. Pepper's.

But what do I know, I also like Let it Be better than Abbey Road

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