History YMMV / TheBeatles

25th Apr '17 10:22:17 AM supernintendo128
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** During their psycedelic period, Music/TheBeachBoys. Go find any Pet Sounds song on YouTube and read all of the comments arguing over who is better/was the most influential. It gets ugly real fast.
8th Apr '17 9:28:53 PM nombretomado
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* ItsEasySoItSucks: ''Music/TheBeatles: RockBand'' didn't have that great a reception among the more hardcore RhythmGame enthusiasts and ''VideoGame/RockBand'' fans due to their belief that it was too easy. The meager song list (45 songs out of hundreds of possible songs by the band) and the inability to import the songs to another ''Rock Band'' game certainly didn't help matters.

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* ItsEasySoItSucks: ''Music/TheBeatles: RockBand'' VideoGame/RockBand'' didn't have that great a reception among the more hardcore RhythmGame enthusiasts and ''VideoGame/RockBand'' fans due to their belief that it was too easy. The meager song list (45 songs out of hundreds of possible songs by the band) and the inability to import the songs to another ''Rock Band'' game certainly didn't help matters.
8th Apr '17 9:28:18 PM nombretomado
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* ItsEasySoItSucks: ''Music/TheBeatles: RockBand'' didn't have that great a reception among the more hardcore RhythmGame enthusiasts and ''RockBand'' fans due to their belief that it was too easy. The meager song list (45 songs out of hundreds of possible songs by the band) and the inability to import the songs to another ''Rock Band'' game certainly didn't help matters.

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* ItsEasySoItSucks: ''Music/TheBeatles: RockBand'' didn't have that great a reception among the more hardcore RhythmGame enthusiasts and ''RockBand'' ''VideoGame/RockBand'' fans due to their belief that it was too easy. The meager song list (45 songs out of hundreds of possible songs by the band) and the inability to import the songs to another ''Rock Band'' game certainly didn't help matters.
5th Mar '17 10:00:41 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** Even today, when they're treated as the best band ever to exist in all of history, it can turn younger fans off. There's also been a backlash among Millenials against the Baby Boomers, and The Beatles are one of the Boomers' most visible sacred cows.

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** Even today, when they're treated as the best band ever to exist in all of history, it can turn younger fans off. There's also been a backlash among Millenials Millennials against the Baby Boomers, and The Beatles are one of the Boomers' most visible sacred cows.



* SignatureSong: Averted. The Beatles have so many iconic songs that impossible to single out just one as their signature.

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* SignatureSong: Averted. The Beatles have so many iconic songs that it is impossible to single out just one as their signature.
22nd Jan '17 5:22:41 PM Xtifr
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** x-mania (Rollermania, [[PunkRock Punkamania]], [[HulkHogan Hulkamania]], [[SpiceGirls Spicemania]])

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** x-mania (Rollermania, [[PunkRock Punkamania]], [[HulkHogan [[Wrestling/HulkHogan Hulkamania]], [[SpiceGirls [[Music/SpiceGirls Spicemania]])
8th Dec '16 2:25:45 PM Schroeder1174
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** Plenty of songs referencing or evoking the image of John or George dying, from "Come Together" ("Shhhhoot me!" to "Yer Blues" ("Feel so lonely, gonna die") to the ending of "Long Long Long" (a dirgy, mournful song with an unearthly female shriek from Yoko at the end, which resembles a widow crying at a funeral), in the wake of John and George's deaths.
29th Sep '16 5:07:29 AM Nick7689
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--> ''Come together//
Right now//

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--> ''Come together//
together\\
Right now//now\\
29th Sep '16 5:06:47 AM Nick7689
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* AccidentalInnuendo: The chorus from "Come Together":
--> ''Come together//
Right now//
Over me''
7th Sep '16 8:47:39 AM 06tele
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* TheWoobie: "The Fool on the Hill", the main character of the song of the same name from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. No one likes him, no one accepts the fact that he's wise, and no one listens to what he has to say.

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* TheWoobie: "The Fool on the Hill", the main character of the song of the same name from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. No one likes him, no one accepts the fact that he's wise, and no one listens to what he has to say.say. Averted inasmuch as he's a fool, and so doesn't realise it.[[note]]Well, he does have a "foolish grin".[[/note]]
7th Sep '16 8:36:21 AM 06tele
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*** Opinion on Ringo's abilities as a drummer tends to be divided between musicians and non-musicians. Non-musicians tend to think that he was a terrible drummer; musicians tend to think otherwise.

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*** Opinion on Ringo's abilities as a drummer tends to be divided between musicians and non-musicians. Non-musicians tend to think that he was a terrible drummer; musicians tend to think otherwise. The true reason why there's only one drum solo in the whole of Ringo's work with the Beatles is that he hated solos. The others had to persuade him to take one on "The End", because they were all going to take guitar solos and they didn't want it to look like he was being left out. Ringo's opinion, which is shared by most musicians who have an opinion on the topic, is that he more than "showed what he could do" with his steady, selfless and rock-solid support of the band's music, which was based on precision and balance and not flashy musicianship. In an era that saw the rise of the hot drummer, from Keith Moon via Mitch Mitchell and Ginger Baker to Ian Paice and Carl Palmer, Ringo knew well that he wasn't in that kind of band. In any case, he'd already inspired a generation of kids to take up the drums in the first place, so, legacy intact.
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