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Dark Side Of The Moon? Dark Side Of My [censored] more like... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


They're still playing, ain't they ?

That's modern in my book !

At least they play music and don't lip-synch to crappy electronically produced rubbish !

N-U-R-S-E ?

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I will give them a big Nay.

I just think they are over-rated. not my kind of music, give me some Eminem anyday of the week. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />
Sorry Mark when Eminem can write songs like Across the universe and The long and winding road instead of f-ing this and f-ing that i will take him seriously.

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Don't think Eminem writes 'em.

Doesn't he get Mummy to do it for him ??

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Come on BigJr, I will respect your opinion on "Beatles." though I don't agree with it, but was that needed.

EMINEM <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I will give them a big Nay.

I just think they are over-rated. not my kind of music, give me some Eminem anyday of the week. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />
Sorry Mark when Eminem can write songs like Across the universe and The long and winding road instead of f-ing this and f-ing that i will take him seriously.


Andy,

If Eminem did write stuff like this, I would not like his music.

Flag.

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Dark Side Of The Moon? Dark Side Of My [censored] more like... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


They're still playing, ain't they ?

That's modern in my book !

At least they play music and don't lip-synch to crappy electronically produced rubbish !

N-U-R-S-E ?


Only joking Big J- although I prefer other Floyd Albums- Wish You Were here and Animals for example. And the Beatles- with the exception of a couple of tracks I'd say their last 5 bona fide albums are all classics.

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I will give them a big Nay.

I just think they are over-rated. not my kind of music, give me some Eminem anyday of the week. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />
Sorry Mark when Eminem can write songs like Across the universe and The long and winding road instead of f-ing this and f-ing that i will take him seriously.


Andy,

If Eminem did write stuff like this, I would not like his music.

Flag.
That's the wonderfull thing about music there's something for everyone to enjoy where would we be without music when there is no football <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/rockon.gif" alt="" />

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Personally... having such a very "minority taste" musically, I am well and truly shafted for the close season !

Pretty much the last year I regularly found something in the top forty which I liked was (I think, 'coz it gets very misty !) 1984 !

Everything I listen to now seems to be at least twenty years old, with very few exceptions.

The last "new" band I discovered that I liked was the Levellers and before that - it must be James... other than a quick mention for The Proclaimers !

Otherwise I am stuck with listening to a very limited (and ever dwindling) supply of cassette tapes - 'coz they do not tend to make CD's of the "ancient" indie stuff that I do like - Having said which, I have managed to get a few CD's of Bauhaus, Peter Murphy, Cocteau Twins, Dead can Dance, This Mortal Coil... and one or two others.

As far as the original question is concerned - the Beatles - I think that I am a "Non-Committal", largely because they have had very little influence; either directly or indirectly; on the music to which I listen.

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I love the Beatles immensly...but am very willing to agree that the "pap" which people refer to has been entirely the making of Sir Paul McCartney, King of Pap.

Saw that Classic Album programme too.
Smoked 12 joints, took 2 acid tabs, and sank a crate of beer while watching it.
Who was it about again? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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I thought most of McCartney's 'Wings' stuff was quite good. I loved 'Jet' and 'Band on the Run'.

Must admit, I got a bit p1ssed off with his late Missus pretending to be able to play some instruments,though one shouldn't speak ill of the dead !




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