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What's your favorite Beatles Album?
Please Please Me 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
With the Beatles 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
A Hard Day's Night 60%  60%  [ 6 ]
Beatles For Sale 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
Help! 20%  20%  [ 2 ]
Total votes : 10
 
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 Post subject: Favorite Beatles Album? (Pre Rubber Soul)
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For me it's got to be "Beatles For Sale" just for "I'll Follow The Sun" It does something for me. I also LOVE "Rock And Roll Music". It's just got such a nice, easy, repetetive melody to it. I would've voted for A Hard Day's Night, but I've got a bad history with that album. I ad a relationship with a girl once, and she told me that her favorite song was "If I Fell". Well, it turned out she was absolutely psychotic. Unfortunantly her other favorite song was "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", and now that son'g dead for me too. Thank God The White Album has such good songs on it, or I wouldn't be able to listen to that one either :)

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Beatles Album?
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well these are their first 5 albums in order. are you going to do another poll on the later ones then have a play off? Rubber Soul might be the overall winner for me also, and maybe best album cover. tricky one though.

here i picked With The Beatles, it was either that or A Hard Days Night. i just love the way it belts into the first track It Won't Be Long. Georges rendition of Roll Over Beethoven and the sheer raw immensity of Lennon's voice with Money (That's What I Want). hard difficult choices though.

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I picked "A Hard Days Night". All originals and "You Can't Do That".
Just do as many polls as it takes to get the rest in.

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huntre wrote:
I picked "A Hard Days Night". All originals and "You Can't Do That".
Just do as many polls as it takes to get the rest in.


Yessir. Done and done :) Vote away.

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None of the above.
The Beatles start for me right after they met Bob Dylan.

Rubber soul and on.

Don't like their early work at all.

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At our home we listen to them all the time due to my parents


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Cool parents 8)

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huntre wrote:
I picked "A Hard Days Night". All originals and "You Can't Do That".

now it's the next day, i'm probably in agreeance with you. i thought the same thing it being their first album without any cover versions, too late now.

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You've voted again with your heart. Stop that!

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Jinx wrote:
None of the above.
The Beatles start for me right after they met Bob Dylan.

Rubber soul and on.

Don't like their early work at all.


You don't like ANY of their early work? Wow.

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No I don't...

Too.. pop for me

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pop he says???

POP??? :?

listen to Money, or Twist & Shout, or Rock'n'Roll Music. now that is rock'n'roll 8)

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