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ANTHOLOGY 2

The Beatles

 

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3.87 | 56 ratings

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Pascual
5 stars Every Beatles fun must own this album, it would be a crime not to. The start of a new era for the band, they were gettin' better evry day and with every record they put out. From Rubber Soul to Abbey Road, The Beatles reached their creative pick and it was because of that period that they are still continue the best musical group of all time.

This record along with the rest of the Anthology represent some of the reasons why they are the most influential band too. I dunno why people keep get mad of the fact that it wasn't and it won't be another band like them in the history of music. I think you can have your personal favorites -like myself, my top five is: Led Zeppelin, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Queen and The Beatles- but you can not deny that The Beatles are the best. Some people tends to separate them form the other bands, they say that there's The Beatles and then the rest. I totally agree with that.

Favorite Tracks: Tomorrow Never Knows, Got to get you into my life, Across the Universe, And Your Bird Can Sing, Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite! (Take 7), Strawberry Fields Forever (Take 7 & Edit Piece), Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, I'm Only Sleeping (Take 1), Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise), I am the walrus, and A Day in The Life.

5/5

Pascual | 5/5 |

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