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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by DavidA, Feb 27, 2015.
Those are top songs for me, but the album as a cohesive whole is a mess imo
Yea it could be edited down a bit, but thats also part of its charm.
Also when the highs are as high as those 3 songs, I can deal with a few less than great tracks.
Agreed. If you edit it down you've pretty much just got another Sgt. Pepper. And I don't want two Sgt. Peppers. I want some of that flawed humanity that they were dealing with to come through in the music.
I love the way you can hear four distinct personalities on that record. At the same time it was a signal that some splintering was on the way.
The White Album is an eclectic collection of awesomeness!
I watched a Beatles documentary on Netflix this past Saturday that gave me some greatly needed perspective on the band and their records. Highly recommend. It was called How the Beatles Changed the World.
Those are all up there for me too. I also LOVE Julia and Blackbird from the White album. The album starts off so fun as well. How can you not love it?
I also highly recommend watching the entire Beatles Anthology when you get a chance. Its like 10 hours of Beatles content. Its stickying pudding awesome
Doesn't work on Loner, though. That's silly.
Railroad Earth - Railroad Earth (2xLP + CD) - $10.99
Ministry – KE*A*H** / Psalm 69 (LP, 180 gram) - $13.97
Shinedown – Amaryllis (2xLP) - $15.25
The Wombats – Glitterbug (LP, Colored Vinyl) - $10.71
New Order – Brotherhood (LP, 180 gram) - $15.49
Which is also on sale in the VMP store right now as a VMP exclusive
Available for purchase at full price, sure. 14% is 14%. Unfortunately it's not applicable.
Sleater Kinney-Live in Paris $9.63
Charlie Mars-Blackberry Light $10.04
Basement- I Wish I Could Stay Here $9.17
Ornette Coleman- At The Golden Circle Stockholm $10.98
Nathaniel Rateliff-Falling Faster Than You Can Run $12.96