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  1. The U.K. version or the North American version? Personally, the British version is my favorite album of all time (I even love "What Goes On"). I do love the Capitol version as well, though. "I've Just Seen a Face" and "It's Only Love" work great on there as opposed to buried on side 2 of the British "Help!".
  2. Here's another one I thought of, Black Sabbath's "Changes", from the Vol. 4 album:
  3. The Song Remains the Same - Led Zeppelin
  4. Seinfeld never had an actual theme "song". It was just composed music bits. That said, it's really catchy for not having any lyrics or much of a melody. Seinfeld is my favorite show of all time, BTW.
  5. I've read that a 50th Anniversary White Album package is coming next year!
  6. I find it insulting that people use the term "pop" as an insult!
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiQzUEc_FmI
  8. You gotta visit the Hungry Horse Dam, it's just south of West Glacier. It's pretty kewl! And if you can make it further south, you REALLY gotta visit the House of Mystery, which is quite the experience. Fun for the whole family!
  9. Everyone has at least one song that makes them emotional (or at least I'd hope so!). Mine would be one of John Lennon's most underrated compositions, "Yes It Is", the B-side of "Ticket To Ride". I don't know what it is, it just does it to me every time. "This Boy" is another one that triggers the waterworks. Aside from being emotionally driven songs to begin with, they make me think about John and how the world would be a better place if he was still with us.
  10. Well, considering that The Beatles were one of the many bands that did better (economically) with "race" music than the black people that originally performed them, I can kinda see why...
  11. People still gobble everything up because The Beatles are eternal. I'd say at least half of the people buying this stuff (including myself) weren't even born when they were still a group. Like it or not, they are still the biggest band in the world (the "toppermost of the poppermost"), and probably will be forever. And you didn't have to be there. I wasn't, and I get it. I don't think fan loyalty comes into play here, honestly. When you say fan loyalty, I think of bands like KISS, Rush, The Grateful Dead, Phish, etc. Bands that don't have the mass appeal of The Beatles, but have their own cult followings, people that passionately eat up everything they put out. When it comes to The Beatles, it's a lot like Seinfeld (at least from my point of view); you must be a fan or at least appreciate their talent, or else you're one of "those" people that just doesn't get it. If that sounded condescending, I didn't mean it that way, I'm just speaking from what I've observed in real life.
  12. Yep, still playing! It's what I do! Thanks!
  13. Hey everybody! It's been a few years since I've been on the forum, so I'm glad to be back. Frankly, I'm surprised I remembered by password! Anyway, one of my favorite TV shows, CBS's 2 Broke Girls, was cancelled a few weeks ago, almost a month after the 6th season finale aired. But that finale wasn't meant to be the series finale, and it ended on a cliffhanger. Us fans of the show feel it deserves at least one final season, to wrap the story up. Apparently, CBS chose to cancel it because they don't have ownership rights (Warner Bros. does) and would have to foot the bill without getting any profit in return. So we're hoping Warner Bros. will shop it to another network. TBS seems to be the best option, as they have the off-network syndication rights to the show, they are under the same roof as Warner Bros., and the show's style fits well on that network. The other options are The CW, which is co-owned by Warner Bros. and CBS, and streaming networks like Netflix or Hulu. So I'm sharing a couple of petitions (that I found, they're not mine) to bring 2 Broke Girls back. One is for TBS/Warner Bros./CBS/NBC and the other is for Netflix/Hulu/CBS. https://www.change.o...=share_petition https://www.change.o...=share_petition So please, sign/share these petitions, and if you really love 2 Broke Girls as I do, write to Warner Bros. and TBS that you want the show to return. P.S., I am fully aware that a lot of people can't stand this show, so keep the negativity away. I know it's not even remotely in the same league as Seinfeld, Cheers, Frasier, and other shows of that caliber. It's just that I have a special connection with this sitcom, as I discovered it nearly 2 years ago when it began syndication on my local Fox station. At the time, I was going through a rough patch, and the laughs I got from that show got me through it. That's why this is important to me.
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