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WITH THE BEATLES

The Beatles

 

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2.85 | 273 ratings

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2 stars The problem is not to like The Beatles, but be another Beatles fanboy. Since it is a simple yeah yeah yeah rock and roll album, the use of right chords to break the sameness and create catchy phrases are very important. Well, this is not good, but The Beatles really grew up with this second release. This album starts with It Won't Be Long. The choice of chords are good, but nothing special at all. A simple and slow improve. All I've Got To Do is forgettable and uncatchy. You know All My Loving, is a classic hit, and it can't go wrong. Don't Bother Me bother me. This second album is an incredible effort, and of course the overall enjoyment is rather than the previous one, but they're still following the sameness. Well, they are The Beatles and this is the Beatles sound that moves the masses around them, but obviously not the Beatles favorite stage of anyone who's looking for the artistic, or even the psychedelic side of the band. Little Child, Not A Second Time, Hold Me Tight, Roll Over Beethoven, Devil In Her Heart... This album is full of short skippable tracks. From the second half of the album, You Really Got A Hold On Me and I Wanna Be Your Man are the highlights. Beatles were, and maybe, still are the worldwide hype. They had awesome moments, but they have a list of overrated and poor albums at their catalogue.
VOTOMS | 2/5 |

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