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4th May '16 8:21:37 AM Mdumas43073
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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title for this album, owing to its [[MinimalisticCoverArt completely white album cover]]. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.

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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title moniker for this the album, owing to its [[MinimalisticCoverArt completely white album cover]]. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.
4th May '16 8:21:15 AM Mdumas43073
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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title for this album, and it owes its nickname to the [[MinimalisticCoverArt completely white album cover]]. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.

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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title for this album, and it owes owing to its nickname to the [[MinimalisticCoverArt completely white album cover]]. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.
4th May '16 8:20:57 AM Mdumas43073
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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title for this album, and it owes its nickname due to the completely white album cover. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.

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''The Beatles'' is the tenth studio album by Music/TheBeatles, released in 1968. "The White Album" is the unofficial title for this album, and it owes its nickname due to the [[MinimalisticCoverArt completely white album cover.cover]]. Nowadays most people refer to this nickname rather than the official title.
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4th May '16 8:19:54 AM Mdumas43073
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''The White Album'' was the Beatles' first and only [[note]] Not counting their compilation albums [[/note]] double album. The songs feature a lot of variation [[GenreRoulette in style]] and [[MoodWhiplash mood]]. Overall the record sounds almost like a compilation record featuring the band members as solo artists instead of a unity. Indeed, it was a TroubledProduction, complete with Music/RingoStarr leaving the band for a while (Music/PaulMcCartney took over on drums for "Back in the USSR" and "Dear Prudence", and Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison also recorded drum tracks for "Back In The USSR"). From this album on Music/YokoOno made herself present next to John in the studio and this certainly caused even more tensions, seeing that the band had always recorded with them four alone.

Though not as popular as other Beatle records like ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' or ''Music/AbbeyRoad'', the White Album is still a huge inspiration for numerous rock bands. When something gets compared to the White Album, it's almost invariably a shorthand way of saying "long album with huge [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly variety of styles]], inevitably will attract complaints about AlbumFiller". But everyone agrees it is an important and influential record. It generated hits such as "Back in the USSR", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", and "Revolution" (though the single version is a totally different arrangement). "Helter Skelter", "Happiness Is a Warm Gun", "Sexy Sadie", and "Blackbird" have become fan favourites, while "Revolution #9" is perhaps the most notorious and audacious track: exciting for AvantGardeMusic fans and AlbumFiller to most other people. Magazine/TimeMagazine included "The White Album" in their [[TimeAllTime100Albums 2006 list of 100 timeless and essential albums.]] It was listed at #10 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].

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''The The White Album'' Album was the Beatles' first and only [[note]] Not counting their compilation albums [[/note]] double album. The songs feature a lot of variation [[GenreRoulette in style]] and [[MoodWhiplash mood]]. Overall the record sounds almost like a compilation record featuring the band members as solo artists instead of a unity. Indeed, it was a TroubledProduction, complete with Music/RingoStarr leaving the band for a while (Music/PaulMcCartney took over on drums for "Back in the USSR" and "Dear Prudence", and Music/JohnLennon and Music/GeorgeHarrison also recorded drum tracks for "Back In The USSR"). From this album on Music/YokoOno made herself present next to John in the studio and this certainly caused even more tensions, seeing that the band had always recorded with them four alone.

Though not as popular as other Beatle records like ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' or ''Music/AbbeyRoad'', the White Album is this album still a huge inspiration for numerous rock bands. When something gets compared to the White Album, it's almost invariably a shorthand way of saying "long album with huge [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly variety of styles]], inevitably will attract complaints about AlbumFiller". But everyone agrees it is an important and influential record. It generated hits such as "Back in the USSR", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", and "Revolution" (though the single version is a totally different arrangement). "Helter Skelter", "Happiness Is a Warm Gun", "Sexy Sadie", and "Blackbird" have become fan favourites, while "Revolution #9" is perhaps the most notorious and audacious track: exciting for AvantGardeMusic fans and AlbumFiller to most other people. Magazine/TimeMagazine

''[[Magazine/TimeMagazine Time]]'' magazine
included "The the White Album" Album in their [[TimeAllTime100Albums 2006 list of 100 timeless and essential albums.]] It was listed at #10 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Magazine/RollingStone''[='s=] [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].
15th Apr '16 6:09:12 AM CassandraLeo
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''The White Album'' was the Beatles' first and only [[note]] Not counting their compilation albums [[/note]] double album. The songs feature a lot of variation [[GenreRoulette in style]] and [[MoodWhiplash mood]]. Overall the record sounds almost like a compilation record featuring the band members as solo artists instead of a unity. Indeed, it was a TroubledProduction, complete with Ringo leaving the band for a while (Music/PaulMcCartney took over on drums for "Back In The USSR" and "Dear Prudence", and John and George also recorded drum tracks for "Back In The USSR"). From this album on Music/YokoOno made herself present next to John in the studio and this certainly caused even more tensions, seeing that the band had always recorded with them four alone.

Though not as popular as other Beatle records like ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' or ''Music/AbbeyRoad'', the White Album is still a huge inspiration for numerous rock bands. When something gets compared to the White Album, it's almost invariably a shorthand way of saying "long album with huge [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly variety of styles]], inevitably will attract complaints about AlbumFiller". But everyone agrees it is an important and influential record. It generated hits such as "Back In The USSR", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Obla-Di Obla-Da" and "Revolution" (though the single version is a totally different arrangement). "Helter Skelter", "Happiness Is A Warm Gun", "Sexy Sadie" and "Blackbird" have become fan favourites, while "Revolution #9" is perhaps the most notorious and audacious track: exciting for AvantGardeMusic fans and AlbumFiller to most other people. Magazine/TimeMagazine included "The White Album" in their [[TimeAllTime100Albums 2006 list of 100 timeless and essential albums.]] It was listed at #10 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].

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''The White Album'' was the Beatles' first and only [[note]] Not counting their compilation albums [[/note]] double album. The songs feature a lot of variation [[GenreRoulette in style]] and [[MoodWhiplash mood]]. Overall the record sounds almost like a compilation record featuring the band members as solo artists instead of a unity. Indeed, it was a TroubledProduction, complete with Ringo Music/RingoStarr leaving the band for a while (Music/PaulMcCartney took over on drums for "Back In The in the USSR" and "Dear Prudence", and John Music/JohnLennon and George Music/GeorgeHarrison also recorded drum tracks for "Back In The USSR"). From this album on Music/YokoOno made herself present next to John in the studio and this certainly caused even more tensions, seeing that the band had always recorded with them four alone.

Though not as popular as other Beatle records like ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' or ''Music/AbbeyRoad'', the White Album is still a huge inspiration for numerous rock bands. When something gets compared to the White Album, it's almost invariably a shorthand way of saying "long album with huge [[NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly variety of styles]], inevitably will attract complaints about AlbumFiller". But everyone agrees it is an important and influential record. It generated hits such as "Back In The in the USSR", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", "Obla-Di Obla-Da" "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da", and "Revolution" (though the single version is a totally different arrangement). "Helter Skelter", "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun", "Sexy Sadie" Sadie", and "Blackbird" have become fan favourites, while "Revolution #9" is perhaps the most notorious and audacious track: exciting for AvantGardeMusic fans and AlbumFiller to most other people. Magazine/TimeMagazine included "The White Album" in their [[TimeAllTime100Albums 2006 list of 100 timeless and essential albums.]] It was listed at #10 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].



# "Back In The USSR" (2:43)

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# "Back In The in the USSR" (2:43)



# "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" (3:14)

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# "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" (3:14)



# "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" (2:43)

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# "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun" (2:43)



# "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?" (1:41)

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# "Why Don't We Do It In The in the Road?" (1:41)



# "Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey" (2:24)

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# "Everybody's Got Something To to Hide Except Me And and My Monkey" (2:24)



* AbortedArc: Despite being called "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" the song just ends and isn't referred to anywhere else on the album.

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* AbortedArc: Despite being called "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" the song just ends and isn't referred to anywhere else on the album.



** "Back In The U.S.S.R." and "Dear Prudence" had Paul playing drums after Ringo temporarily quit the band.

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** "Back In The in the U.S.S.R." and "Dear Prudence" had Paul playing drums after Ringo temporarily quit the band.



* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: "Rocky Raccoon", "(The Continuing Story Of) Bungalow Bill", "Sexy Sadie".
* AffectionateParody: Several songs on this album imitate a certain musical style and whether these songs are a {{homage}} or a {{parody}} (or both) are left to the individual listener's opinion.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: "Rocky Raccoon", "(The "'''R'''ocky '''R'''accoon", "The Continuing Story Of) Bungalow Bill", "Sexy Sadie".
of '''B'''ungalow '''B'''ill", "'''S'''exy '''S'''adie".
* AffectionateParody: Several songs on this album imitate a certain musical style and whether these songs are a an {{homage}} or a {{parody}} (or both) are left to the individual listener's opinion.



* AlliterativeName and AlliterativeTitle: "'''S'''exy '''S'''adie", "The Continuing Story Of '''B'''ungalow '''B'''ill."
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Somehwere in the black mountain hills of Dakota there lived a young boy named Rocky Raccoon--except that the Gideons didn't start distributing Bibles until 1908, over 20 years after Dakota Territory became the states of North and South Dakota.

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* AlliterativeName and AlliterativeTitle: "'''S'''exy '''S'''adie", "The Continuing Story Of of '''B'''ungalow '''B'''ill."
'''B'''ill", "'''R'''ocky '''R'''accoon".
* ArtisticLicenseHistory: Somehwere Somewhere in the black mountain hills of Dakota there lived a young boy named Rocky Raccoon--except that the Gideons didn't start distributing Bibles until 1908, over 20 years after Dakota Territory became the states of North and South Dakota.



** "Wild Honey Pie" ("HONEY PIE! HONEY PIE!") and "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?", widely considered to be [[IncrediblyLamePun White]] AlbumFiller.´

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** "Wild Honey Pie" ("HONEY PIE! HONEY PIE!") and "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?", widely considered to be [[IncrediblyLamePun White]] AlbumFiller.´



** "Rocky Raccoon," more or less an explicit semi/AffectionateParody of cowboy ballads and CountryMusic.

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** "Rocky Raccoon," more or less an explicit semi/AffectionateParody semi-AffectionateParody of cowboy ballads and CountryMusic.



** "Long, Long, Long" is ''very'' Music/BobDylan; George admitted it was heavily inspired by "Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" from ''Music/BlondeOnBlonde''.

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** "Long, Long, Long" is ''very'' Music/BobDylan; George admitted it was [[SincerestFormOfFlattery heavily inspired inspired]] by "Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" from ''Music/BlondeOnBlonde''.



** "Back In The U.S.S.R." was written in the style of Music/TheBeachBoys.

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** "Back In The in the U.S.S.R." was written in the style of Music/TheBeachBoys.



* GoodGriefAnotherPeanutsShoutOut: An unintentional example. An American weapon magazine used the headline "Happiness Is A Warm Gun", in reference to the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' phrase "Happiness Is A Warm Puppy". John Lennon, not knowing the origin of the phrase, used the headline as the title of the song "Happiness Is A Warm Gun".
* GreatWhiteHunter: Bungalow Bill in "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" is a subversion, since he is actually quite pathetic.

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* GoodGriefAnotherPeanutsShoutOut: An unintentional example. An American weapon magazine used the headline "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun", in reference to the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' phrase "Happiness Is A a Warm Puppy". John Lennon, not knowing the origin of the phrase, used the headline as the title of the song "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun".
* GreatWhiteHunter: Bungalow Bill in "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" is a subversion, since he is actually quite pathetic.



* IntercourseWithYou: "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?", which Paul wrote after seeing two monkeys doing it on the road while being in India.
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: The song "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" has Lennon singing about holding a gun in a tongue-in-cheek erotic manner:

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* IntercourseWithYou: "Why Don't We Do It In The in the Road?", which Paul wrote after seeing two monkeys doing it on the road while being in India.
* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: The song "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun" has Lennon singing about holding a gun in a tongue-in-cheek erotic manner:



** "Helter Skelter" is a different sort of LastNoteNightmare, as it finishes with Ringo throwing his drumsticks across the room and screaming "I GOT BLISTERS ON MAH FINGERS!!" The version that wound up on the "White Album" was the 18th take of the day. That explains the blisters.

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** "Helter Skelter" is a different sort of LastNoteNightmare, as (in the stereo mix of the album) it finishes with Ringo throwing his drumsticks across the room and screaming "I GOT BLISTERS ON MAH FINGERS!!" The version that wound up on the "White Album" was the 18th take of the day. That explains the blisters.



* LocationSong: "Back In The USSR", about a man being happy being back in the country after a long plane trip. Since the fall of the Soviet Union the song has become quite surreal. Still, Music/PaulMcCartney still performs it frequently - specially when he tours in Russia.

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* LocationSong: "Back In The in the USSR", about a man being happy being back in the country after a long plane trip. Since the fall of the Soviet Union the song has become quite surreal. Still, Music/PaulMcCartney still performs it frequently - specially when he tours in Russia.
15th Apr '16 6:00:33 AM CassandraLeo
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** "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" starts off with a Spanish sounding guitar solo, then out of nowhere skips to a ColdOpen where the refrain "Hey Bungalow Bill" is sung. Near the end applause can be heard, until John suddenly shouts: "Ey-O".
** "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" has three different mood changes, mostly because Lennon actually took three different songs he had and stringed them together into one.

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** "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" starts off with a Spanish sounding guitar solo, then out of nowhere skips to a ColdOpen where the refrain "Hey Bungalow Bill" is sung. Near the end applause can be heard, until John suddenly shouts: "Ey-O".
** "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun" has three different mood changes, mostly because Lennon actually took three different songs he had and stringed them together into one.



* NationalStereotypes: "Back In The USSR" uses typical Russian clichés like farms, balalaikas and comrades and mentions Moscow, Ukraine and Georgia.

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* NationalStereotypes: "Back In The in the USSR" uses typical Russian clichés like farms, balalaikas and comrades and mentions Moscow, Ukraine and Georgia.



* TheParody[=/=]AffectionateParody: The song "Back In The USSR" is both a parody of Music/ChuckBerry's "Back In The USA" and a decent imitation of Music/TheBeachBoys' "Surfing Sound", and the part that begins "Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out" is a direct send-up of "California Girls."

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* TheParody[=/=]AffectionateParody: The song "Back In The in the USSR" is both a parody of Music/ChuckBerry's "Back In The in the USA" and a decent imitation of Music/TheBeachBoys' "Surfing Sound", and the part that begins "Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out" is a direct send-up of "California Girls."



* ThePowerOfLove: "Back In The USSR", "Wild Honey Pie", "I Will", "Julia", "Long, Long, Long", "Honey Pie".

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* ThePowerOfLove: "Back In The in the USSR", "Wild Honey Pie", "I Will", "Julia", "Long, Long, Long", "Honey Pie".



** Double subverted in "Revolution 1", where Lennon realized that he didn't actually know if he was for or against the protesters.

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** Double subverted DoubleSubverted in "Revolution 1", where Lennon realized that he didn't actually know if he was for or against the protesters.



* PunBasedTitle: "Bungalow Bill" instead of "Creator/BuffaloBill". "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" is a pun on "Happiness Is A Warm Puppy" from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''.
* QuestioningTitle: "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?"
* [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Real Life Writes The Song]]:

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* PunBasedTitle: "Bungalow Bill" instead of "Creator/BuffaloBill". "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun" is a pun on "Happiness Is A a Warm Puppy" from ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''.
* QuestioningTitle: "Why Don't We Do It In The in the Road?"
* [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Real Life Writes The the Song]]:



** "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" was a tiger-hunting man they met in Rishikesh. Lennon felt so disgusted by him that he wrote this mocking musical rendition about him.

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** "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" was a tiger-hunting man they met in Rishikesh. Lennon felt so disgusted by him that he wrote this mocking musical rendition about him.



* RearrangeTheSong: The album version of "Revolution 1" sounds radically different in musical terms compared to the music single version. While the album version is slow and soothing, the studio version has a loud, heavy sound.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: "Sexy Sadie" and "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" are sarcastic breakdowns of the protagonists.

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* RearrangeTheSong: The album version of "Revolution 1" sounds radically different in musical terms compared to the music single version. While the album version is slow and soothing, the studio single version has a loud, heavy sound.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: "Sexy Sadie" and "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" are sarcastic breakdowns of the protagonists.



* SarcasticClapping: The applause near the end of "The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill" for the pathetic hunter Bungalow Bill is definitely not meant to be taken seriously.

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* SarcasticClapping: The applause near the end of "The Continuing Story Of of Bungalow Bill" for the pathetic hunter Bungalow Bill is definitely not meant to be taken seriously.



** The ending of "Long Long Long" is way scarier. A wine bottle that was placed on the Hammond organ's Leslie speaker began to shake when Paul hit a certain note. Deciding to leave it in the recording, George added the wailing voice and Ringo threw in the ominous snare roll. It sounds like a coffin is closing at a funeral while the widow weeps.

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** The ending of "Long Long "Long, Long, Long" is way scarier. A wine bottle that was placed on the Hammond organ's Leslie speaker began to shake when Paul hit a certain note. Deciding to leave it in the recording, George added the wailing voice and Ringo threw in the ominous snare roll. It sounds like a coffin is closing at a funeral while the widow weeps.



** "Back In The USSR": The line "and Georgia is always on my mind" is a reference to "Georgia On My Mind", a song from the 1930's, popularized by Music/RayCharles.

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** "Back In The in the USSR": The line "and Georgia is always on my mind" is a reference to "Georgia On on My Mind", a song from the 1930's, popularized by Music/RayCharles. Of course, the Georgia being referred to here is an Eastern European country rather than a state in the Deep South of America, so this also doubles as a {{pun}}.



** "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" was inspired by a title in a rifle magazine. Unbeknownst to Lennon the title itself was a IncrediblyLamePun on the phrase "Happiness Is A Warm Puppy" from the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' franchise.
** "Revolution 9" has musical quotes from Jean Sibelius' "Seventh Symphony" (the finale), Music/RobertSchumann's "Symphonic Studies" (the finale, played backwards), Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's "Choral Fantasy", the musical standard "The Streets Of Cairo", violins from "A Day In The Life" (from ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'') and the Arabic song "Awal Hamsa" by Farid al-Atrash and unused shouts of "right" and "alright" taken from a long jam from an unused take of "Revolution 1".

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** "Happiness Is A a Warm Gun" was inspired by a title in a rifle magazine. Unbeknownst to Lennon the title itself was a an IncrediblyLamePun on the phrase "Happiness Is A a Warm Puppy" from the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' franchise.
** "Revolution 9" has musical quotes from Jean Sibelius' "Seventh Symphony" (the finale), Music/RobertSchumann's "Symphonic Studies" (the finale, played backwards), Music/LudwigVanBeethoven's "Choral Fantasy", the musical standard "The Streets Of of Cairo", violins from "A Day In The in the Life" (from ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'') and the Arabic song "Awal Hamsa" by Farid al-Atrash and unused shouts of "right" and "alright" taken from a long jam from an unused take of "Revolution 1".



* SincerestFormOfFlattery: Music/GeorgeHarrison admitted to pilfering the chord changes for "Long, Long, Long" from Music/BobDylan's "[[Music/BlondeOnBlonde Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands]]". Once you hear the similarity, you can't unhear it.



* SingleStanzaSong: "Wild Honey Pie" and "Why Don't We Do It In The Road", also counting as BrokenRecord and MinisculeRocking. Also, "Can You Take Me Back", the HiddenTrack right before ''"Revolution 9"''.

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* SingleStanzaSong: "Wild Honey Pie" and "Why Don't We Do It In The in the Road", also counting as BrokenRecord and MinisculeRocking. Also, "Can You Take Me Back", the HiddenTrack right before ''"Revolution 9"''.



* SongOfSongTitles: "Glass Onion" name-checks "Strawberry Fields Forever", "I Am The Walrus", "Fixing A Hole", "Lady Madonna"'' and "The Fool On The Hill".

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* SongOfSongTitles: "Glass Onion" name-checks "Strawberry Fields Forever", "I Am The the Walrus", "Fixing A a Hole", "Lady Madonna"'' Madonna", and "The Fool On The on the Hill".



** A landing plane during "Back In The U.S.S.R".

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** A landing plane during "Back In The in the U.S.S.R".



* StudioChatter: The end of "Piggies", the beginning of "Revolution 1", and most famously Ringo's "I'VE GOT BLISTERS ON MY FINGERS!!!" at the end of "Helter Skelter".

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* StudioChatter: The end of "Piggies", the beginning of "Revolution 1", and most famously Ringo's "I'VE GOT BLISTERS ON MY FINGERS!!!" at the end of (the stereo mix of) "Helter Skelter".
14th Apr '16 4:42:05 PM MarkLungo
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** "Back In The U.S.S.R." was written in the style of TheBeachBoys.

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** "Back In The U.S.S.R." was written in the style of TheBeachBoys.Music/TheBeachBoys.
14th Apr '16 2:21:57 PM Schroeder1174
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** "Back In The U.S.S.R." was written in the style of TheBeachBoys.
30th Mar '16 5:52:38 PM thatother1dude
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* [[AbsenteeActor Absentee Musician]]: This album is remembered partly for being the start of the dissension that led to the break-up of the band. That's partly reflected in the track list being, to a certain extent at least, the product of four solo artists. Only 15 of the 30 songs on the album feature all four Beatles playing.

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* [[AbsenteeActor Absentee Musician]]: AbsenteeActor: This album is remembered partly for being the start of the dissension that led to the break-up of the band. That's partly reflected in the track list being, to a certain extent at least, the product of four solo artists. Only 15 of the 30 songs on the album feature all four Beatles playing.
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