Let It Be

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Let Him Be
Paul is a Cat
Album by The Beatles
Released January of 1970
Recorded: February of 1970
Genre I don't know, some type of rock
Length 3:39:01
Record label Porkaphone
Producers Phil Spector
Professional reviews
Oscar Wilde review n/a - "Just let the Review be."
Beatle Albums
Shabby Road
(1969)
Let It Be
(1970)
Let It Be... Naked
(2003)
Let It Be is an album released by the Beatless Beatles. A highly-praised sequel to Let It Be was named Let It Be...Naked!. It showed not only Ringo's famous chest hair but also George Harrison's exceptionally shapely bum. The real draw, however, was that George Martin edged out Phil Specter as producer of Let It Be...Naked! Everyone knew Specter would end up killing some girl. He was just that kind of guy.
Paul is a studio cat

The Beatles recording Let It Be

Phil Specter

Phil Specter killed some girl just recently, and just became infamous. But did you know that Phil Specter used his evil powers 38 years ago? He used alcohol to kill Paul. Afterward, he made Paul and the Beatles re-record Let It Be as drunk to make the recordings sound horrible. And, of course, he would use this method to kill a girl several years later, which explains why he is infamous.

Track listing

All songs stolen by Lennon/McCartney, except where noted.

Side one

  1. Two of Us in a Bed – 3:33
  2. Digging a Pony – 3:52
  3. Cross-dressing the Universe – 3:47
  4. I Me no Mind (Harrison) – 2:25
  5. Dick it (Lennon/McCartney/Starkey/Harrison) – 0:49
  6. Let It Free - 4:01
  7. Maggie May (want to unzip your pants)- 0:41

Side two

  1. I've Goat a' Peeling – 3:37
  2. One After 999999999999999 - 2:52
  3. (My) Long and Winding Log – 3:37
  4. For Your Loo (Harrison) – 2:32
  5. Get Back Wet Back (Criticized for Anti-Mexican remarks, although highly praised by others for this same reason) – 3:07 (which is also the longest time it took a single Mexican to hop the border recorded)

Breakup

Paul was reported to have once said at the recording studio

Cquote1 Get Yoko Ono out on that fucking street, she's an ugly old bitch, she distracts me too much with that ugly face, she slept with Jesus too. If you don't get her out, I will do something that I known she fears, I will burp. Cquote2
(It was later found that this was in fact a quote from Mel Gibson, the only difference being that "Yoko Ono" replaced "those damn Jews" and everything was made singular instead of plural. However, it was too late to matter to anything, and anyway, nobody cared.)

Naturally, this caused a massive (and pointless) media scandal, leading to several arrests, an angry mob of college students, the massive battle between God and Chuck Norris, and the temporary curing of your mom's addiction to sex. Afterward, John Lennon quit and nobody lived happily ever after.

Let It Be... Naked

In the mid 1990's, Paul expressed his extreme hatred of Phil Specter, in particular his Wall of Sound, which mostly consisted of TV static and sounds of kids being molested. He decided to remix 'Let Tits Be', getting rid of all the "useless background noise". He replaced it with an album that was closer to what he had wanted, mainly because he was just fussy like that. For any new sounds added, it was agreed that they would be recorded in the nude, although no one is quite sure why. Paul later recalled that; "it sounded sort of fun". 'Let It Be... Naked' decided to drop the tracks 'Dig What?' and 'Maggoty May', as no one had ever liked them, and instead add Lennon's 'Don't Let Me Drown', which he had written whilst struggling to stay afloat in the North Atlantic, in 1968.

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The Beatles
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Albums
Thank Thank You (1962) | A Hard Gay's Night (1964) | Beatles For Sail (1964) | Hell! (1965) | Revolter (1966) | Revolver (1966) | Sgt. Lt. Pepper's Only Lonely Hearts Club Bandana (1967) | Ringo Needs Some Money (1967) | Tragical Mystery Tour (1967) | The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones (1968) | The White Album (1968) | Yellow Sub Machine (1969) | Crabby Road (1969) | Let It Be (1970)
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