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  • calebwhitney

    I just don't get what all the hype is about.

    昨天晚上
  • peterandersonne

    This is Music!!! Probably the greatest artists we have ever seen. The first song I've heard was Eleanor Rigby, and I have the same feelings when I heard it for the first time. I cannot speak objectively about this group. They are so special. Long live The Beatles.

    昨天晚上
  • Junior_Lins

    still the most listened band of all time in lastfm

    星期二下午
  • Fucked_Up-Freak

    Come, come, fuck apart in here! [4]

    星期二下午
  • corpsetastic

    Because the sky is blue- AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

    星期二上午
  • LoveisInfinite

    Latarnie Montpellier - My Sweet Lord (George Harrison cover) https://soundcloud.com/latarnie-montpellier/my-sweet-lord-george-harrison-cover

    星期二上午
  • beyc4use

    Lúcia no céu com cascalhos <3

    星期一上午
  • JuniorWaldorf

    ICONIC

    星期一上午
  • perezhivem

    @Andrew_Klinov,троллинг детектед.

    星期日晚上
  • MachineCoil

    Come to Daddy!

    星期日晚上
  • Wotsthedeal

    Come to Africa and feed the hungry children.

    星期日晚上
  • Andrew_Klinov

    они уже давно не выступают, вы в уме?

    星期日晚上
  • GodIsMyCoPil0t

    Come to Brazil! [3]

    星期日晚上
  • Natanaelbp

    "Come to Brazil"? Lol

    星期日上午
  • MachineCoil

    Come, come, fuck apart in here! [3]

    星期日上午
  • doowniwevets

    Come to Brazil! [2]

    星期六晚上
  • M0rbidBoy

    Come to Brazil!

    星期六晚上
  • kristur

    Heard a bad cover of Real Love, feel better now that I've listened to a proper version.

    星期四下午
  • GhostHaunted

    Glad to see "Love Me Do" in top tracks.

    星期四上午
  • Mr_Lambz

    evilest band known to man

    上周
  • Kennoth

    The Beatles invented my dick. 8/8 would masturb8 again.

    上周
  • sigridwallinahl

    The Beatles, Billy Joel, Radiohead and Guns 'n' Roses are THE BEST!!!!!

    上周
  • MachineCoil

    v found the apple scruff

    上周
  • Andr3a89

    V- well basically because they're butthurt and somehow coming here to troll hardcore fab4 fans is fun.

    上周
  • Lidiss1995

    I'm astounded by how many people say that the Beatles are overrated. The Beatles influenced Nirvana, the Eagles, Billy Joel, the Byrds, the Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen... The list is endless. [2]

    上周
  • MachineCoil

    Like the Beatles or not, you have to show some respect to the inventors of the modern automobile, the lightbulb, the Internet, space travel, and the portable fish tank.

    上周
  • ettori_pf

    the beatles invented bach

    上周
  • Wotsthedeal

    The Ringobama has spoken

    上周
  • doowniwevets

    Everybody knows that The Beatles were the creators of jazz, too. Before them, the world had never heard anything quite like Ringo Starr's mind-blowing tenor saxophone improvisations.

    上周
  • MachineCoil

    got a life, 3/10 would not buy again

    上周
  • CousinEarl

    I'm astounded by how many people say that the Beatles are overrated. The Beatles influenced Nirvana, the Eagles, Billy Joel, the Byrds, the Beach Boys, Bruce Springsteen... The list is endless.

    上周
  • OG-Gurda

    go away, i like beatles.

    上周
  • Wotsthedeal

    I will. Thanks for the inspiration.

    上周
  • societysfault

    get a life, people

    上周
  • El_Salvador7

    ...In doing so they are to me the epitome of pop music, the example that every (sophisticated) pop artist should strive for. It's not so much the techniques or the ideas themselves, but the very attitude to have an open mind about any form of music and then have the incredible songwriting talent to make those very obscure sounding ideas into something that is sophisticated yet easy to consume. This is the very thing, to me, which makes The Beatles so unique. No other pop artists before or after them were so open and creative in that matter. Looking at it like that it doesn't concern me too much who invented what in which time, it is the way they manage to combine everything and still make music that can be widely enjoyed. Also you cannot make The Beatles themselves responsible for the ignorance of others about this. Again as I said earlier: The Beatles didn't invent pop music, but they did change it so radically that they defined what it was to be from that moment onwards.

    上周
  • El_Salvador7

    @MasterJunior: reading through your replies I think we agree on very much concerning this issue. The thing you have to remember though I'm talking exclusively about pop music, and the influence The Beatles had there. I'm not taking the avant-garde in consideration because they are not part of the pop world (obviously). I'm sure there were experimental artist who were using the same or similar techniques and musical ideas before The Beatles ever thought of them. In some cases it's documented that there were certain obscure artists that inspired The Beatles to do what they do. As you rightly point out the almost understated brilliance of The Beatles is that they could pull these often experimental avant-garde musical ideas and found a way to turn them into something that would please a grand audience (the essence of pop music).

    上周
  • MisterJunior

    working within the realm of popular music had some sort of image that his label perpetuated to move more units. I have no problem giving the Beatles credit for the things that they did; my issue is more with the credit they're given for things that they didn't. To hear many people tell it, George Martin did nothing but press "Record" in the studio when in reality his influence on the group's music is incredibly large, and much of their non-musical success should be attributed to Brian Epstein. The Beatles themselves were unquestionably great writers of melody/hooks, creative with their uses of chords, prescient in their interest in Eastern musics and instrumentation and their status as primary songwriters of their recorded output was very influential if not original to them. I consider these all to be important achievements worthy of respect; I consider statements like "The Beatles invented pop music" to be on par with thinking the world is 2000 years old.

    上周
  • MisterJunior

    man at the record label. I mean, playing concerts at stadiums? Selling music with the assistance of a carefully crafted image? These things were done before the Beatles although I suppose one could point to the Beatles playing at Shea Stadium as one of the first instances of a pop/rock act playing a more or less solo show at a sports venue, but does anyone really think the genesis of that event was, I don't know, John Lennon grabbing the idea out of thin air and then telling Parlophone/Capitol that they wanted to play a show at Shea? Record labels have "branded" musicians practically since the dawn of recorded music -- the innumerable girl groups produced by Phil Spector (another forbear to both the Beatles' more heavily orchestrated, lush sounding albums as well as those of the Beach Boys), the use of various label-created nicknames for jazz artists (how many "Counts" and "Dukes" and "Kings" came by those nicknames naturally?), the doo wop groups of the 50s -- nearly every musician

    上周
  • Musicaestuita

    The besta!

    上周
  • MisterJunior

    I think what you hit on in your reply is part of the problem: most of the developments the Beatles are credited with creating are only, in fact, things that they popularized. Naturally in order for anything to take hold and become widely used and/or "cool" it takes someone exposing a wider audience to it, so the Beatles' role in furthering some of those things shouldn't be diminished, but it's ignorant at best and dishonest at worst to attribute many of the inventions/innovations to the Beatles that many fans (who may not know better) and critics/historians/journalists (who should know better) credit them as having pioneered. I'll acknowledge that they did use some chords and instruments that were then unusual for pop or rock music and they were instrumental in the creation of both the Merseybeat sound and the idea of the pop musician as primary songwriter, but many of the other "big ideas" you attribute to them could surely have been and almost certainly were the result of some money

    上周
  • societysfault

    they wrote some good tunes though

    上周
  • societysfault

    ok

    上周
  • El_Salvador7

    Again I'm not saying they invented them all. I think no artistic achievement, however great or radical, stands entirely on its own. The Beatles were obviously influenced by music before and around them. BUT, their unmatched popularity made them almost by definition the trendsetters in pop music. So if they didn't invent it, they did undeniably popularize it. Whatever The Beatles did, was what other bands had to do as well to be popular and sell their music. The Beatles decided what was cool, other bands then went on to give their own interpretation of that. Brian Wilson, for example, didn't start making sophisticated pop music until Rubber Soul cleared the way. He's even stated that The Beatles were the ones that made it possible for him to write more sophisticated songs and still have a substantial audience that was willing to listen. Without them he would never have wrote anything else but quirky surf songs.

    上周
  • El_Salvador7

    "Which radical new ideas are you talking about, El_Salvador7?" Jesus, do you have a minute? I don't even know where to start but I think the most important are: the introduction and/or popularization of certain studio effects, the idea of using other instruments than the standard three rock instruments, the idea of mixing exotic music styles with old western pop genres, the idea of using more sophisticated chords that go beyond just the simple straight forward minor/major chords and also write melodies to go with those more sophisticated chords, the idea to toy with such things as time signature and modulation within a pop song, the idea that young pop musicians could be quality composers of their own music instead of only entertainers, the idea of using a clearly defined public image to sell your music, the idea to play rock music in front of a stadium audience, the idea of making the album central to the music instead of one or two singles

    上周
  • MisterJunior

    Your argument is very much a "chicken and the egg" one, and most of these types of discussions invariably turn to that because if you go back far enough everyone is influenced by someone no matter how unique the sound they developed or how new their ideas seem. But in the case of the Beatles, you don't have to look far to see what their influences are and you don't have to dig for particularly obscure artists or albums to find examples of things they're frequently given credit for inventing/innovating having been done before. The Beatles' main gift was in implementing effectively the ideas of others into the pop song format and making unusual sounds/ideas palatable for mainstream music fans. They weren't on the fringe of experimental or avant-garde music or challenging the notions of what music is or anything like that, with perhaps a few exceptions (something like "Tomorrow Never Knows," maybe).

    上周
  • MisterJunior

    Which radical new ideas are you talking about, El_Salvador7? As I said, the groups/artists of the period influenced and inspired one another to new heights of creativity and if you look at the timeline of events there is really nothing to suggest that the Beatles were any more innovative or influential than any of the other artists. The Beatles' greatest artistic leaps forward, during the Rubber Soul -> Sgt. Pepper's period, generally expand on sounds and ideas already explored, sometimes only in earnest, by the Byrds, Beach Boys, etc. Having said that, the Beatles' use of a 12-string guitar on Help! did inspire the Byrds to use one, so that can't be discounted. But the stamp of the Byrds' folk-rock sound, attempts at Dylanesque lyricism and Beach Boys style vocal harmonies are all over Rubber Soul. I'm perfectly happy to acknowledge the influence and impact each group/artist had on the other, but that isn't enough for Beatles zealots. The Beatles' influence has to be "greater."

    上周
  • dating7

    i love it!

    上周
  • El_Salvador7

    By turning pop music into a serious artform, The Beatles caused what could best be described as a paradigm shift. The other bands, for all the great music they made, just followed and expanded on notions of what pop music could be within that new paradigm. The Beach Boys, The Byrds, I'm a big fan of their music but they would never have made the same music without the radical new ideas that The Beatles introduced to pop music, both in the creative process of making music and also in presenting that music to a mass audience.

    上周
  • MachineCoil

    The Beatles invented classical music by the way.

    上周
  • MachineCoil

    http://i.imgur.com/vM8sKqR.gif

    上周