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Beatles songs that are loud and obnoxious
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Von Bontee said:

Obnoxiousness is in the ear of the be-hearer. If I'm trying to get to sleep at 3am, and my neighbours have their speakers up against my walls booming away, then that's DAMN obnoxious of them! Doesn't matter whether it's the Beatles, Beethoven or all the angels of heaven.

 


 

Actually if they were playing the Beatles I'd start singing. I wish my neighbors had my same musical tastes.

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The start of Hard Days Night,without a doubt. That startled me the first time I had it on full volume in my headphones. The start of I Feel Fine is brilliant turned up loud too 

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Can someone please amend the thread title?

Anyway, Helter Skelter I guess... in a good way. Oh, and Yer Blues.

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There's no Beatles song I find obnoxious but if you're looking for a loud and intense experience with a Beatles song, this one is tremendous. I can't get enough of those kick drums.a-hard-days-night-john-6

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Silly Girl said
Can someone please amend the thread title?

Anyway, Helter Skelter I guess... in a good way. Oh, and Yer Blues.  

What's wrong with it?

Anyway, I don't find any Beatles songs loud or obnoxious compared to other musical obnoxiosnisms that I've heard.

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@Evangeline said

What's wrong with it?

Anyway, I don't find any Beatles songs loud or obnoxious compared to other musical obnoxiosnisms that I've heard.  

I'm pretty sure @Beatlebug is referring to the spelling.

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O! I think that has to be a possible possibility.

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People who are fake fans would say Revolution 9. Real fans know that it's the best Beatles song.

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I can think of plenty of Beatles songs that are loud but as far as ones that are both loud and obnoxious the closest one I can think of is A Hard Day's Night because all of the other Beatles songs that I don't particularly like, such as Good Night and The Inner Light, are rather quiet.

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The guitars in Dizzy Miss Lizzy

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Dizzy Miss Lizzy has personally never been a favorite Beatles song for me. Just not my thing I suppose.

 

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Bongo said
Revolution 9  

this for me too...I really can't stand this song...if we can call it a "song"?

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annyskod said

this for me too...I really can't stand this song...if we can call it a "song"?  

It's a sound collage.

 

I recently made a playlist on my iPod of all my favourite Beatles tracks so that I could just listen to them all back to back instead of changing album all the time, and Revolution 9 is on there. I think it's a piece of genius,but I totally get why it's not everyone's cup of tea (apparently,Lennon was the only one who wanted it on the album). Seriously,it blew my mind the first time I heard it. I had a similar experience with Tomorrow Never Knows. I heard that for the first time, and I was like,this track is fucking amazing!

Just a question for the people who were around at the time: was Revolution 9 the first song of its type,or were there other bands around who did a similar thing? It sounds way ahead of its time.

Seriously, Lennon was a genius

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What's the point of liking The Beatles if you think they are loud and obnoxious?

You are totally missing the point of Rock n Roll.

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I think you're missing the point of the thread. None of us think The Beatles as a whole are loud and obnoxious, some of us just think that certain songs are like A Hard Day's Night or George's simple repetitive two note lead guitar part in Dizzy Miss Lizzy that repeats throughout the entire song or Revolution 9.

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Father McKenzie said
Just a question for the people who were around at the time: was Revolution 9 the first song of its type,or were there other bands around who did a similar thing? It sounds way ahead of its time.
Seriously, Lennon was a genius  

Revolution 9 , as you said, is a musical collage. A piece of music concrète. A style created around 1940 so it's not the first piece of music of it's type.
About other bands doing similar stuff i'm not sure but maybe Zappa or The Red Krayola were doing something similar one or two years before Revolution 9 came out.

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