What is the official /mu/ ranking of the top five songs from The Beatles?
Like /mu/ can agreee on that. I'm sure even our own opinions on the matter don't match up with what we really think. But here it goes
5 Ive got a Feeling
4 Day Tripper
3 A Day in the Life
2 Happiness is a Warm Gun
1 Strawberry Fields Forever
I do really like Octopus's Garden though. Dunno why no one ever talks about it.
Lol obviously my parents have bad taste. Probably no taste tbh. They just live in their time without giving much thought to things. I come from a family of plebs, its true. I don't really think there's anything wrong with that as long as they're living happy lives, which they are, more successfully than me.
Anyways, I guess I have awful taste according to you, but you're a sour loser. Do what you will with that information, you can either keep working on your taste to validate yourself, or work on becoming a better person.
I think we can all agree that Strawberry Fields Forever is the greatest song ever.
Haven't heard all the albums so here's based on what I've heard so far:
1. Dear Prudence
2. I want you[She's so heavy]
3.Octopus's garden[I'm serious,that song puts me in good mood]
4.Stawberry fields forever
5.Helter skelter or come together
I also like maxwell's silver hammer, the lyrics are dark but the song sounds happy so I dig it.
Better question: Whats the top 5 WORST songs by the Beatles? Excluding Revolution 9 and Wild Honey Pie for a bit more fun.
1. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
2. What Goes On
3. Anna (go to him)
4. Blue Jay Way
5. The Long and Winding Road
Is there a Spotify Radio? lol
That anon here. I'd like to do an arrangement:
I'd put also: Devil In Her Heart
I Wanna Hold Your Hang
Two of Us
Hold me Tight
(even though some of those are cover versions of other songs)
Everyone in this thread have shit taste. here's the actual list.
5. Rocky Racoon
4. The Fool on The Hill
3. Mr. Kite
2. Eleanor Rigby
Even though a cover, his best song is "boys".
1. For No One
3. You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
4. Happiness is a Warm Gun
5. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
Wow, that was amazing. I have Revolver on my mp3 player but I never liked TNK when I heard it on there. The mono version is so much better than the stereo version.
Does anyone have a link to the mono version of Revolver? I can only ever seem to find the remastered stereo albums for some reason (even though IIRC The Beatles barely spent time on the stereo cuts).
5. In My Life
4. Revolution 9
3. Dear Prudence
2. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
1. Strawberry Fields Forever
>any other list being objective
All of Let it Be has moments of sounding like the Rolling Stones. Especially with the guitar tone.
But that dual harmony that John and Paul do where they're both doing their separate parts at the same time is one of the best moments in their entire discography.
Plus George's guitar solo on it. And that bridge that just keeps rising and falling before going back to the verse. So good.