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The Four Temperaments section needs to be modified a bit because those temperament placements aren't exactly accurate. I have done some research and I believe these are the more accurate personalities for those four:
So, what do you guys think?
So I'm looking at the Getting Crap Past the Radar subsection dedicated to the Beatles. It's kind of a mess. There are a few legit examples of The Beatles getting crap past the radar, like the "fish and finger pie" sexual reference in "Penny Lane". There's stuff the band didn't actually intend, like the supposed oral sex meaning to "Please Please Me". There's stuff people are just making up, like "Any Time At All" being about booty calls, and there's stuff that's just plain wrong, like Paul's count-in to "I Saw Her Standing There" ending with "fuck" when it was just an out-of-breath "four". I propose cutting out all the nonsense examples, which would be about 3/4, and restoring the rest to the main page.
Go for it. I think the trope is only supposed to be for either creator-confirmed or plainly obvious cases anyway; everything else is just proof that some people have dirty minds.
These are the examples from that page that I think are legit, deleting both things that aren't true and things where they obviously didn't care about the radar and spoke overtly, like "Why Don't We Do It In The Road?":
While Fade Outs don't normally merit a mention, Hey Jude effectively parodied the concept by extending it over several minutes... although I haven't a clue of where best that could be squeezed into the main article...
Maybe it belongs in the Trivia section?
•And Starring: Billy Preston's work on keyboards with the band during the Get Back sessions earned him a special credit; the "Get Back"/"Don't Let Me Down" single was attributed to "The Beatles with Billy Preston". This was the only time the band shared billing with another artist.
What about Tony Sheridan?
That wasn't The Beatles' record, it was Tony Sheridan's record. He was sharing billing with them (and they were credited as "The Beat Brothers").
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How well does it match the trope?