This is the best Beatles album.
It's a perfect pop album. Their "experimental" shit is shite, and if you like The Beatles for their pseudo-psych bullshit, you're doing it wrong.
Merriweather Post Pavilion kicks this, and every other Beatles album, down to hell. Get this shit out of my face, idiot. You know who likes early Beatles? People too stupid to listen real traditional pop music.
>he spells psych with an e
i rest my case
Not him, but Revolver, Abbey Road, MM, all have no filler. You argue Flying is a filler, or maybe the second half of Abbey Road but there's an argument for artistic that favors the beatles and i'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt for obvious reasons.
>You argue Flying is a filler
Not really, it was incidental music for a film. Not filler.
>or maybe the second half of Abbey Road
Not really, that was a calculated creation.
>there's an argument for artistic that favors the beatles and i'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt for obvious reasons.
Or you just don't know what filler is.
>>You argue Flying is a filler
>Not really, it was incidental music for a film. Not filler.
>>or maybe the second half of Abbey Road
>Not really, that was a calculated creation.
That's the exact argument I'm making against your idea of filler. you couldn't call those albums filler then. Give me examples of filler on those albums and on.. let's do with With The Beatles
revolver - love you too
abbey road - octopuses garden
People who give too much credit to the Beatles and worship them are weird to me. This is coming from a guy who owns both a Hofner violin bass and a Rickenbacker 12 string (modeled after George Harrison's) I got it case of HDN.
Filler is subjective to someone's standards. The Beatles had very high standards of what filler is, while most people would praise something like Hold Me Tight or Hey Bulldog. Your standard of filler is most likely lower than mine, so it's probably you are a little confused about what album filler means.
>objects kept or collected because of their historical interest, esp. those associated with memorable people or events
>guitar modeled after Harrison's guitar
If it wasn't your reason, I don't know why you'd own that shit because its objectively third-rate
>le creative artist in me owns tools
Your guitar is a gimmick and is shit.
>Oh you don't know what filler is I guess.
>doesn't give examples of filler tracks
le epic troll :^)
>a cash in
Neither of these were A-sides. This is a time when the market was still largely single-driven, so I'd have to disagree with you there.
Reason? Cause people make a living off playing those. Your petty attempt at trolling is immature at best. Rickenbacker guitars are top of the line guitars. Just cause you can't afford one doesn't mean they are bad by anyone's standard. Truely not to the recording industry, that time and time again uses them for big hits.
>pretending I'm referring to all Rickenbacker guitars
>implying Harrison's Rickenbacker's not third rate
I literally have been constructing classical, acoustic, and electric guitars all my life. I know the ins and outs of the best made and sounding guitars.
Time to keep that trip code on, so we can filter you. You're not even a /mu/tant.
>I literally have been constructing classical, acoustic, and electric guitars all my life
No you haven't. You're not fooling anyone.
>Time to keep that trip code on, so we can filter you. You're not even a /mu/tant.
Yikes. Must be embarrassing for you. Time to stop posting.
It's foolish to qualify it with quotation marks because they did engage in genuine studio experimentation.
Look, the songwriting makes the album, and Revolver/Sgt Pep have the best songwriting. Also the band very rarely just experimented for the sake of it; "Happiness is a Warm Gun" is a genuinely great song and "Revolution 9" is the exception rather than the rule.
My compromise: Magical Mystery tour onward is low-grade Beatles with the occasional brilliant song sprinkled in.
>implying Octopus's Garden was a filler
A single isn't filler, neither is a cash-in song.
Day Tripper is a "cash-in".
I Want To Hold Your Hand is, too.
So is All Day And Every Night, Burning Down The House, Sweet Child O' Mine, and Royals. They're as commercial as the other.
None are filler; thanks for agreeing.
If CLT is here, I just wanted to stress that you helped me a lot in life. Thanks so much, and I wish you still posted here. I honestly do. I love hearing your opinion on things even when our opinions clash.