9 March 2017
If you could only listen to side A or B of every Beatles album (side A/C or B/D for The BEATLES), what would you choose?
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14 December 2009
For me, sides beat sides fairly consistently in the discography - twice in the case of the white lp. Plus, all of the soundtrack songs were on the A. So, while I'd miss things like the AR medley and TNK, all A sides (plus one C) is the way I'd go.
Traditional Parlophone label or rainbow-swirly Capitol label?
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1 January 2017
15 November 2018
Dhrjfidbsjebd that’s tough... I’ll have to go with Gone Troppo, it reminds me of Egypt Station
Album cover art: PPM or BFS?
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22 July 2019
"Beatles For Sale " would be my pick, as it's cover image is more standout and original comparative to "Please Please Me ", or any of it's 1964 counterparts as well. Something about that distant look along with the fuzzy filter is pretty hipster-like, in a good way.
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26 January 2017
Helter Skelter . It's a perfect storm.
"The Beatles meet an iconic musician" - Elvis or Bob Dylan?
(Not comparing the musicians, but rather the stories of them meeting The Beatles)
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