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The Beatles - Fuck! FLAC album


Performer: The Beatles
Genre: Rock
Title: Fuck!
Released: 1988
Style: Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1514 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1262 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1487 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 341
Other Formats: RA XM MP3 MIDI VOC AUD DMF

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The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.

The Black Album is an unofficial compilation album of solo material by members of the British rock group the Beatles. It was created by the American actor Ethan Hawke, and became widely known as a result of its inclusion in the 2014 film Boyhood.

Feb 19, 2019- Explore Allen King's board "The Beatles White Album", followed by 339 people on Pinterest. Fuck it, I'm inadequate.

Abbey Road was The Beatles’ 11th studio album and the very last to be recorded (their 12th – and last-released – studio album, Let It Be, was mostly recorded prior to this record). obviously, what the fuck did HE know? it’s laughable and sa. ostly b/c WE don’t know, much of the time.

Film studio United Artists did, and they centered this album on eight songs from the . record – the seven tracks heard in the movie and "I'll Cry Instead. A Hard Day's Night was filled out with four George Martin-arranged instrumentals of Beatles tunes, which were also featured in the movie.

Compilation, 1963, Vee Jay Records. 1. I Saw Her Standing There.

Tracklist

A1 Help
A2 Ticket To Ride
A3 Act Naturally
A4 Yesterday
A5 Dizzy Miss Lizzy
A6 That Means A Lot
B1 I Feel Fine
B2 She's A Woman
B3 I'm Down
B4 Yes It Is
B5 Medley (Love Me Do / Please Please Me / From Me To You / She Loves You / I Want To Hold Your Hand)
B6 This Boy
C1 I Got A Woman
C2 Johnny B. Goode
C3 Honey Don't
C4 Shout
C5 Hippy Hippy Shake
C6 I Forgot To Remember To Forget
D1 Beatle Views

Notes

Tracks A1, A3, and B3: Television performance recorded for CBS-TV program "The Ed Sullivan Show" on 14 August 1965 at CBS Studio 50, New York City. Broadcast: 12 September 1965.

Tracks A2 and A5: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "The Beatles (Invite You To Take a Ticket To Ride)" on 26 May 1965 at Studio One, BBC Piccadilly Studios, London. Broadcast: 7 June 1965.

Track A4: From ATV television special "James Paul McCartney," videotaped February-March 1973. US Broadcast: 16 April 1973 (on ABC-TV). UK Broadcast: 10 May 1973.

Track A6: Studio session outtake, recorded 20 February 1965 at EMI Studio 2, London. Stereo remix RS1, mixed 23 February 1965.

Tracks B1 and B2: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "Top Gear" #20 on 17 November 1964 at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Broadcast: 26 November 1964.

Track B4: Studio session, recorded on 16 February 1965 at EMI Studio 2, London. Unissued stereo remix RS1, mixed 23 February 1965.

Tracks B5 and C4: Studio session pre-recorded on 19 April 1964 at IBC Studios, London, for a mimed performance on the Rediffusion-TV television special "Around the Beatles," filmed on 28 April 1964 at Wembley Studios, London. UK Broadcast: 6 May 1964. US Broadcast: 15 November 1964 (on ABC-TV).

Track B6: Studio session, recorded on 17 October 1963 at EMI Studio 2, London. Unissued stereo remix RS15, mixed 21 October 1963.

Track C1: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "Pop Go the Beatles" #9 on 16 July 1963 at BBC Paris Studio, London. Broadcast: 13 August 1963.

Track C2: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "Saturday Club" #280 on 7 January 1964 at the Playhouse Theatre, London. Broadcast: 15 February 1964.

Track C3: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "Pop Go the Beatles" #12 on 1 August 1963 at the Playhouse Theatre, Manchester. Broadcast: 3 September 1963.

Track C5: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "Pop Go the Beatles" #7 on 10 July 1963 at Studio Five, Maida Vale Studios, London. Broadcast: 30 July 1963.

Track C6: Radio performance recorded for BBC Light Programme "From Us to You" #3 on 1 May 1964 at BBC Paris Studio, London. Broadcast: 18 May 1964.

Track D1: Radio interviews with Australian disc jockey Bob Rogers, recorded 23-26 June 1964 during concert tour of Australia and New Zealand.

From back cover:
Manufactured and distributed by Apple Records (New Zealand Ltd) ©1964 ©1965

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): B33-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): B33-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): B33-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): B33-D
Malanim
Interesting title. Anyone know the story behind this record?? Pretty costly for a bootleg.

Chi
Ha ha Rabbi Saul! Too funny. Thanks for the reply.

Manona
The cover was ripped from the National Lampoon magazine. They put out a Beatles themed issue in 1977. The cover was meant to be a joke of made abandoned album cover ideas. They had another one mocking Rubber Soul called Rabbi Saul.. and there is a matching bootleg for that as well.