4 October 2013
Hey everyone, over the past half a year I made a some remixes of Beatles songs using the "master tracks" that became available due to people ripping the Rock Band game. Some are slight changes, others are ridiculous. All are entertaining (hopefully)! I believe they do the songs justice, but decide for yourself. I make nothing off of these of course, but I worked on them and want people to enjoy them.
Not subpar covers, not Beatles songs with lame electronic beats on top, not a sampled part of Day Tripper over abominable rapping. REAL REMIXES using just the tracks.
Youtube.com/FabReleases I'm putting more up soon. I hope someone enjoys…
16 August 2012
18 March 2013
I like them too!
-----------> 1. The Beatles 2. Rush 3. Led Zeppelin 4. Pink Floyd 5. Barenaked Ladies 6. Green Day <-----------
----------------> For No One, Xanadu, All My Love, Comfortably Numb, One Week, Jesus of Suburbia <---------------
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1 May 2011
Will try and get around to listening to them, its late and i'm tired. I have no problem with fans remixing the catalogue, especially when its played about with and different from the original recording.
16 August 2012
And it's done for fun and a nice way to be creative with the original elements, so we shouldn't get riled up about it. It's modern fans expressing themselves in a way we older fans aren't always familiar (or comfortable) with. They're being true to the Beatles' spirit of experimentation with music.
And it's not the terrible dance remix crap that the non-fans try to make money off of. That's a plus.
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