13 September 2010
Nigel the good dog said:
Off the site there is a bunch of hate (ALOT) for RINGO, and it just makes me sad. On this site, I haven't seen one bad comment about RINGO, only love. What I just can't understand is why people hate on him so much. Even on tv and in movies they do it!
*cough cough* SNL when Elton John was on *cough cough* What, did I say something?
"I am definitely a mad man with a box."- Matt Smith as the 11th Doctor of Doctor Who (Episode 1 Season 5: The Eleventh Hour)
19 September 2010
Well, It is now a 3 way tie at the top. So, I'll review all 3 of the tied members, John Paul and George
John - Brute honesty, spoke his mind, and was blunt. If you didn't agree with him, he didn't care. He spoke his mind, and almost got deported for it. That, and He has 6 out of 8 great albums, and the two that are bad, are only bad by Beatles Standards.
Paul - The one with the most bullshit thrown around. Paulsbass is right. He calls albums correctly. Paul made greater solo work then he is given credit for. The only reason he isn't alone at #1 is because of 1 beef with London Town . It came at the wrong time. It came after the Punk boom, at yet no attempts were made to create a punk sound (I stand to be corrected, I've only finished Side 1.).
George - All Things Must Pass is absolutely great, Cloud nine is the best comeback, and I've also got Living In The Material World , Somewhere In England and George Harrison on vinyl, two must haves for the George Fans among us. Ringo, you come a close fourth. Sorry, but forth among this crowd is great.
As if it matters how a man falls down.'
'When the fall's all that's left, it matters a great deal.