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How do you play your songs?
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2 January 2013
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Ben Ramon
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On the heels of this, it infuriates me to an unreasonable degree when I go to play the Beatles on the iPod of a friend or acquaintance and they have the songs in a jumbled order. No world can be sane where She Said She Said replaced Tomorrow Never Knows as Revolver's closing track as I saw on my friend's iPod at a New Years party.

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2 January 2013
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Ben Ramon said
On the heels of this, it infuriates me to an unreasonable degree when I go to play the Beatles on the iPod of a friend or acquaintance and they have the songs in a jumbled order. No world can be sane where She Said She Said replaced Tomorrow Never Knows as Revolver's closing track as I saw on my friend's iPod at a New Years party.

 

Totally agree. Some albums *HAVE* to be in the proper order (well, they all do)

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2 January 2013
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mja6758 said
There were Beatles albums I didn't hear for years after I got into them because I could only afford so much.

That was my situation too. Fortunately as of last year I was able to rectify the situation, though I have only scratched the surface of the solo albums.

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2 January 2013
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^well that's different, that's understandable. I was thinking more along the lines of someone just chopping the albums up on a whim

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2 January 2013
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BTW, I reported the poll issue at the Site Changes thread, and Joe's fixed it, hurrah!

parlance

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Check out my fan video for Paul's song "Appreciate" at Vimeo or YouTube.

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