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Korn are better than the Beatles. 

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4 minutes ago, wasted said:

Korn are better than the Beatles. 

nickelback is better than Korn and the beatles

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1 hour ago, action said:

nickelback is better than Korn and the beatles

They have more contemporary appeal. 

It’s quite scary really.

Elvis

Beatles

Stomes

Zepp

Van Halen

Guns

Nirvana

Korn

Nickelback

itsa vertical drop from the top

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I’ve out-played myself out of most of my favourite bands really.  

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Their Anthology series is worth a listen. They even have tracks with Pete Best drumming, though not of the best quality. You can tell why they went with Ringo. Ringo was the secret sauce to their sound. 

 

I have all their albums. Most seem to like everything Rubber Soul and on, but their early stuff is great. Past Masters Vol. 1 and 2. are also a great collection of non-album singles. 

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I'm probably the biggest Beatles nerd on the face of the Earth so I love all their stuff and recommend you buy all of their albums as well as the Past Masters Volumes 1 & 2 which contain most of their non album singles. My favorite Beatles era is probably late 1965 and 1966, the Rubber Soul and Revolver era. To me, that's when they became the greatest band of all time. Before that, they were the mop tops that wrote 2 minute songs about girls and love. Don't get me wrong, I love their early stuff as well, but Rubber Soul was when they started to evolve and became a lot more unique. I recently stumbled upon a cool version of Norwegian Wood that I had never heard before. Here it is

 

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