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The Beatles
Biographical information
Homeworld

Liverpool

Physical description
Species

beetles

Gender

male

Height

1.1 Jesuses

Hair color

Marmalade

Eye color

Kaleidoscope eyes

Chronological and political information
Era(s)

1960s

Affiliation

EMI, Apple Corpse

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“Bigger than me?! That's not that hard to do, people back in my day were much shorter than they are today.”
~ Jesus on The Beatles
“All you need is money--I mean, er, whatever.”
~ John Lennon often struggled to remember certain lyrics live.
“If all you need is love and money can't buy you love, then why are you asking us all to give you money? Because that's what you want? FOR DRUGS?”
~ Oscar Wilde on contradictory song lyrics

The Beatles were an Oasis tribute band and one of the most popular comedy routines of all time. Lots of girls would throw their knickers at them while they performed on-stage. Nobody knows how they managed to get them off in the crowd. This musical phenomenon of the 1960s went on to release pop songs with success until the Sixties finished. And if you can remember the Sixties, you're a liar.

The members were four irreverent Liverpudlians: John Lemmon, Paul MacArtrey, Hari Hari Georgeson, and 'Dingo' Starfish. Adolph Hitler was the original drummer, but was kicked out for his political views. The massive success of the group was quite big, though musically they were consistently in the Shadows of Kerman's Kermits and the Dave Clunk Six. They are often seen as an Oasis spin off band, capturing similar looks to that of Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher.


Birthday

Their story begins when tough young art student Len Johnson meets Paul McSpaniels on the top deck of a Liverpool bus. The two young lads found they were united in their love of "scuffle", a crude musical style devised by English songster Donnie Lonegan, and promptly named after a Liverpool night out.

Early Beatles

The two were sharing a Woodbine when somebody spoke, and they went into a dream. It was the morose, juvenile George Harrassedone, distinguished for his ability to play something on guitar that sounded like the Shadows. The two recognized someone they could pick on, and the dream of a top pop band was born. Quickly, they recruited good-looking Pete Worst, who owned a drum-kit and whose mum owned a van.

Before settling on the name that made them famous, the combo performed in many of their front rooms under a variety of names, including The Clay Men, Johnny and The Moptops, The Silver Bullets, The Big Three, The Fab Four and The Slaughterhouse Five, but their break came when, by fantastic chance, they won a residency at the local Cotton Club, owned by Pete's mum. Their radio broadcasts rocked Liverpool from coast to coast, and they immediately embarked on a major tour of a street in Hamburg.

There it was that, surrounded by sailors and prostititutes, a drunken Jack London appeared on stage naked in an enormous bun to make his epoch-making speech "Ich bin ein Hamburger". Living in a toilet and playing fourteen-hour shifts, the band fast became a killer rhythm section that smelled. Encouraged by local beatnik Astrid Gilberto, they brushed their hair forward in a devastating social comment that would change the world. Inspired by Buck Cherry and Huddy Bolly, they began to experiment with writing songs that sounded like Buck Cherry and Huddy Bolly.

Back in Liverpool young furniture salesman Gertrude Einstein was impressed by a young fan who entered his premises demanding "My Bunny", a German record by local heroes "The Bootles". "This is a furniture shop, idiot!" he quipped, leaving by the back door to buy 10,000 copies. Within hours he was at the Cotton Club, assuring the young hopefuls that their total sales of 10,001 guaranteed fame and that he would be their manager.

"Alright then, let's get it over with", famously responded the sardonic, tough Frankie Lymon, dropping his trousers and bending over. Then, overcome with rage and embarrassment on hearing that this was not Einstein's thing, he gave him a kicking, causing himself to fall over. "Much nicer", sighed Einstein dreamily, pausing only to sign the cloakroom girl before crawling off to look for Billy J Kramer. Einstein would become a greater pop impresario than Joe Meek, which was by the standards of the day a queer coincidence.

In 1960 Einstein tried to get his proteges a contract at Dickie Records but unfortunately his contact there was the man from Dickie Records. He tried everywhere and no-one accepted them, but in 1962 they went to Parlousphone's George Martin. Maplin agreed to sign the band as long as they didn't mention it to anyone, because he only did comedy records and groups were old hat. He impressed the band with the musical knowledge that had given the world "The Ying Tong Song", as well as his taste in neckwear. And he was posh.

With incredible musical discernment Martin George stipulated; "Just one thing, the drummer goes!" Quickly the group responded, and Worst, worsted, retired to sell woollens. As fans of The Monkees, the group had realised they had the cute one, the tough one and the quiet one but needed a daft one, and Worst was the wrong sort of daft. They are also said to have been influenced by the fact that his replacement, Drongo Stork, could play the drums. "Much, much better, boys", averred the avuncular Martlet, raising his eyebrows and sending out for a session musician.

The producer would later modify his opinion; "Other bands had bongos, but we had a drum-machine", he claimed, "There was never a take stopped because of Bingo". Paul McRamon concurred, calling Stork "the best drummer in the world - except me, obviously".

First Singles and First Album

Their first single, "Do Me, Love", earned them a disappointing Number 18, or 17 depending whom you pay, in the British charts, as well as a £50 obscenity fine. They were on their way to jump off a cliff when Brian Epstein came up with a cunning plan to save the day. He said, "Wait, what if we, and here's the intelligent part, what if we were to release another one that's good?" ...no wiser words of God were never revealed. They wrote "Please Slurp Me", a thinly disguised plea for consensual favours that was an instant chart-topper in Britain, or else number 2, depending who pays you.

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Typical Beatles fan.

The novel hallmarks of the song, especially the Aeolian harp-playing and urgent, complaining voice of its tough, sardonic and, frankly, smirking lead singer, caused youngsters, who had recently realised nothing was going to happen, to get hysterical, wet their pants and wreck the joint. The Crickets were catapulted into media celebrity.

Their third single was no better than the first, but nobody wanted to stop. Anyhow, it was the first really sure sign of what would be one of the group's keys to success, a factor instantly called "the other side's just as good". And, just when another one that was merely OK would have finished them, they did two aces.

It took them only ten minutes to record their first album, for which they drew upon little known American material from acts such as Shangri and the Shirelles and Smokey Bacon and the Marvelettes. It contained all the elements that would make the band formulaic; Paul's ballad and rocker, Hari and Drongo's coy vocal features, Jock's tough, sardonic introspective side. Also, it was the first really sure sign of what would be one of the group's keys to success, a factor instantly called "there's something on there somewhere that any idiot could get to number one".

Second Album

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Typical Beatles member.

This was the same as the first, except different songs, obviously, and the piano was further forward in the mix. It replaced its predecessor at the top, just as every Bartles single replaced its predecessor at the top. The band showed its vast versatility in its command of popular idioms in successive singles thus; swing beat, twist beat, twist beat, swing beat, twist beat, swing beat, twist beat. At that stage, however, Jag Mekon, who had always thought they did his songs too fast, started doing them slower and, what is more, the deep influence of Dylan Thomas caused him to give up the harmonica but wear a cap and do some in triple time.

Somewhere Over the Pond

While that happened, though, "I Want to be in your band" went to number one Stateside, pursued by its subtly lyrical predecessor, "She Loves You But I'll Get You". Previously the group had failed there, their successive releases leased to a variety of minor players. Now, suddenly, the Billgates chart looked like this;

1) The Beatles: Mein Bunny (Mockingbird)

2) The Beatles: Komm, Lass' mich kuss' dein Fuss" (Crapitall)

3) The Beatles: B side of the above (Verve Folkways)

4) The Beatles: B side of the above (Bankrupt Records)

5) The Beatles: Sie Liebt Dich, Ich Werde Dich Bekommen Aber (Deutsche Grammophon)

6) The Beatles: Slurp Me, Love (Hank's Hardware)

7) The Beatles: B side of the above (Shark)

8) The Beatles: Please Love Me (Turkey)

9) Frank Sumatra and Doris Dayglo; Aren't We Great!!?? (Reprehensible)

10 Annette Funicello: (I'm A) Sex Machine (Columbine)


Business interests released their albums with completely different titles in America, "Meet the Mopheads" was released as "Beat the Mopheads" and "Please Please Me" was released as "The Beatles' Second Album, or maybe the Third". It didn't go down well. In 1964 the Beatles agreed to appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and rocked the history books as being the most watched band of the 1960s. That night, the Ed Sullivan Show had the most viewers of its entire run (guesstimates are around ten or twelve people, we're not really sure).

Moving Pictures and Being Hectic

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A performance on The Ed Sullivan Show goes terribly wrong.

Later that year a director named Mark Lester asked to make a movie about the band based on one of their sketches. The movie was called A Hard On A Night and was about a twenty-five hours a day, eight days a week account of being in a band, and fab and gear and loveable and funny. The boys did it as Lester had also been in "The Ying Tong Song" and he knew Pete's mum. The movie only lasted an hour and a half and therefore didn't really fulfill its objective. But the title song had a guitar chord and also a guitar solo that couldn't really be done. Also the urgent, complaining of the tough sardonic was this time complemented by the soaring melodic gift of McCutesie. The soundtrack album was the only 100% Lemon/McCranberry release, and was pretty d.g. so long as you did not play the other side (except for the two makeweight B sides, which were just as good). The Bobtails were film-stars. Lenin found he could be nasty to everyone and they liked it.

Their next album, called "Beatles For Sale" was weaker in that, around this time, the Beatles were in a hectic lifestyle and had to expand their usual twenty-five hours into twenty-seven hours, without sleeping. In order to do this, they had to clone themselves to go on a world tour. They never got around to cloning Ringo so they used a completely different drummer. This annoyed Imelda Magoo and her shoes so they went home, especially George. So we don't talk about "Beatles For Sale", and nobody is really sure if the right tracks were on it.

However, Jan Laminate always identified the album as the turning-point when he started getting real and also wore a cap. The commonly-held belief that that did not happen for another two albums is an optical illusion caused by the way the records were released in the USA, he said. He'd got a folkie guitar, and done the song "I'm a Fat Elvis", which was a cry from the heart. Stung by the idea that The Kinks, Stones and Yardbirds were heavier, he had started to slow it down and grunge it up a bit. But all they'd had otherwise was a couple of ill-rehearsed reject singles, a few cook-ups and 12-bars and an afternoonsworth of Hamburg cover-versions.

The next day Mark Lester contacted them again to make a movie about a twenty-five hours a day account of being in a band. They later learned that he had contracted amnesia so they agreed to it but asked that it would be filmed in colour and have a jolly plot. The movie was later titled YELP! after the working title "Four Hardons to Surprise You" was rejected for being too long.

The film was definitely not as good, but the album was good on both sides. Still somewhat lightweight, still sporting a couple of cover-versions, though one was only Dumbo's song and the other was an urgent complaining of the tough sardonic as done famously in "Shake and Scream". There were also a few fab waxings - and they speeded up John Rotten's heartfelt song again - but it was nevertheless unquestionably good, and he also did a more obviously Dylan Thomas thing, except with flutes: "I've Got to Love Your Hideaway" is now identified as about holidays in Spain, though only by gays, obviously. Hari G emerged as a writer, though he could not do singles properly yet. The only thing that McWhatsit did was "Yesterday".

Experimental Stage

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The Retard Phase!

Their next two albums, "Stoned Soul Picnic" and "Revolving Room (Bad Trip)", moved the band fully into a more experimental stage. This was because they stopped touring, especially George, and started instead with - ah - recreational - ah - activities. Accidentally in an interview Jon had accidentally said "We're bigger than Elvis!". The entire population of America was in an outrage because they believed Elvis was extremely fat and Jim was an amateur. Jeff apologized and said Elvis was fatter really, and nobody was saying who was best. As it happens, the comment had totally overshadowed another controversy where Jack had stated that Elvis was fatter than Jesus. No-one believed him. Still, they stopped touring, and started recording at the rate of a song a day, as opposed to an album an hour.

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Chatting with the Maharishi over tea following a stellar afternoon's shopping in Harvey Nicks

"Stoned Soul" seemed folky to the Americans, and caused The Burds and things, but it was just that the folky stuff had been held back there, like John said. It's obvious from the title they were ripping off something entirely different, but never mind. Wrongo did his own words and they were alright. Pal McCourtney played bass twice and yelled at his girlfriend while Joe did his Dylanthomas one. Gary did more alright songs and played the sitar, thus inventing acid rock. There were still a few leftovers from being fab, but at least they wrote them all. Needless to say, the rockers and ballads too, and the one that any idiot.

But it was the follow-up, "Revolution", that completed the transition, as the sixties had recently begun, assuming you were rich and in California. It was dead, dead good apart from maybe "Dr Robert", and nobody was sick of the Indian stuff yet. Standout track "She's Dead (My God, I Thought She Was English) completed the dragging grunge of urgent sardonic that Jake had started with "Hard Eight Nights" and "You Can't Do That (Or I'll Kill You)". But love instead, and extremely confused. This is shown by quotes from "The Tibetan Book of the Not Feeling Very Well" and Paul laughing backwards like a seagull. Paul later said that this was his best stuff and he had taken it nine times. Denko said he was best on drums then too. George said he could not remember as he was an Indian, but otherwise everybody agrees he played it backwards and caused Jimi Hendrix, so this is the best.

As far as singles went, the group could have sold a boot, so they stuck MacCavity in the studio with Martin George and Emerick and left him to whip up a few million-sellers by himself. He played the piano and thus emerged as in every way. Lebbon had promised himself a concept album, which was an album based on a concept, and very revolutionary. Ever since the introspective (though sardonic) "In My Town", he and Piano McCountry had dreamed of a whole album about their Liverpool childhood, except funny in places. However, whenever he tried to play the songs, his hands sank into the guitar and he got muddled.

Luckily they found an orchestra behind the sofa and it was right back to the studio for the boys. Freedom in the studio (a week a song) let the group craft the music of their 1967 album "Corporal Punishment's Lonely Heart Bypass". Their album was the first example of a "concept album" and contained "songs". Unfortunately it was the wrong concept for the songs. Here's why:

Joel Laban had completed a load of Liverpool songs. One which they had already recorded was about how the world ended when he smoked a Woodbine going to school, another, which they had not done yet, was about having nothing to do except walk around Liverpool and watch telly, while a third was about being up a tree and not knowing how to get down, which they had done twice and fixed together with tape. And he nearly had one for Bengo.

Meanwhile McCrabtree had one about a girl leaving home, which was not about that at all, stupid, another about a fireman in a barber's shop and a third called "Will You Divorce Me When I'm 64?". Geordie made it clear he would only do Indian stuff and Bonko could not think of anything at all. A single was needed and the only credible things that were ready were the one about the tree and the one about the fireman. So they put that out and bang went their concept.

Cleverly, McCarefree wrote the one about the Corporal, and somebody said do it twice and it will still sound conceptual. "It's not bloody going after my one about the world ending", said Jug, and, not to be outdone, wrote one about a circus and did that with tapes too. And so it was. A marvel of production, the biggest ever seller, but not as good. Which it would have been otherwise, like "Smile" and for the same reason. So there you are.

A Passage to India

In the middle of taking carrots one day it was George's idea to visit the Maharishi Chicken Korma Yogurt Taxi Driver Man in India and the rest of them agreed. The Maharishi was the head leader of a Indian tea/curry mediation association of hypnosis. However, it was here where they learned the tragic news: Gertrude Einstein had succumbed to relativity. The Beatles were crushed. The good news is that the tea wasn't that bad, and the curry was absolutely fantastic. But the Gulab Jamun gave them something bad. That's what you get for eating something you can't pronounce.

This tragedy was echoed in their panned TV film This Was All Paul's Idea Anyway which was about running away from a London bus named "Desire." In this film, either Pal or Jim, nobody really knows, it was probably Ram George Shri, maybe even Ringpull, thought they were a Walrus. This happened because they were hypnotized by the Maharishi Yogurt, known as Sexie Sadie. The other three Beatles thought they were rotten eggs, and that yellow mustard was dripping from their eyes. Later in one of the beatles songs titled "Stinky Onion", Jam said that the Walrus was Plum, but everybody thought Pablo was dead, so nobody believed him. Later after The Beatles broke up, and John went solo, he claimed in one of his songs "I was the walrus, but now I am John". This is probably true because he did go to therapy.

Paul tried to take over, but it made them all hate him. The reason they did a song a week now was that the few songs they did were a week long. Only "You Know My Name (Look Up My Mary Jane) has survived, and no wonder. They did all their own stuff by themselves, and even Eric Clapton. Some of it was atrocious, but they were tired of the contract as it had spoiled their Liverpool childhood. Hence the therapy.

Drawing a Blank

In 1968 appeared the double album that the band initially decided to call the Blank Album, later re-titled The Bible. The Blank Album was later interpreted as the foretelling of a great war called Helter Skelter by the great prophet Charlie Brown. Everyone thought he was a blockhead (common misinterpreted as "insane") but he had the last laugh when his prediction came true on April 29th, 1992.

Around this time, tired of getting shafted by all the greedy record companies, they decided to form a different kind of company founded upon their highest ideals that would attract young, untarnished talent to the industy and so, at last they could be the ones doing the shafting instead, though only for tax purposes. They christened this famous company the "Apple Cores", and began at once selling computers and portable music playing devices.

Winding Down

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Paul and the boys on the Abbey Road Communal Treadmill®

In 1968 Johnny met Hitler's half-Japanese daughter named Okie Nono Hitler at a cheap art show and they decided to get married straight away. They divorced days later and John married Yokel Onion. She contributed to an altogether sense of togetherness between the members of the band who enjoyed playing games with her. This all eventually backfired when Ringo was suffocated when the fab four were engaged in a dirty hide and seek romp with Yokel under a big white sheet (she farted), captured live on film during an interview in 1968 and only increasing the notoriety of Yokel Onion who was fondly immortalised in the memory of Western culture.

This led to the Beatles becoming heralded as an 'alternative' cult phenomenon. However many critics have considered them to be lacking genuine talent, relying on shocking their audience with bursts of noise which are of little aesthetic value and opportunistically riding the coat-tails of Onion and others.

They then planned to make a movie called "Get Back, Honky Cat" about the band rehearsing, recording and performing an entire album, but it wasn't very well planned and it took so long that they realised releasing the album "Get Back, Honky Cat" wasn't a really good idea now so they left it in the hands of a madman who completely altered the play list and completely changed everything about all the songs, including the lyrics. Everybody left except McKlein, so he left.

As they could not possibly stop with that one, and the Sixties were nearly finished, the Beatles began working on what was to be their last album called "Crosswalk at Abbey Street". After this album they went their separate ways and "Leave It Be", the madman's version of "Get Back, Honky Cat" was released. See "Beatles For Sale".

"Abbey Crunch" was as good as "Reveloving Door", except by then the words had stopped making any sense at all. And it was later, so it does not count. But by then, under the spell of James Hendricks Marshallcabinet, whom Hari had conjured with mantras and playing backwards, everybody decided that even three chords were a bit much, and you did not need songs. Led Zeppelin and Kiss were invented and everybody got rid of the harpsichord, which was a mistake as only Jimi was really good at it. Although the Seventies was the Sixties for everybody else, in fact the dream was over. Jimi and some other people died and the rest got drunk. The control freaks had been right all along and, discovering that the kids did not want the system, they sold it to themselves.

Beatle Juice

After McCartney's tragic death, scientists started working on cloning so that they could bring back all of The Bealtes in the, hopefully, near future. It has been confirmed that the bodys of John, Paul and Geroge are all stuck in Some Dude's freezer while they make sure the cloning machine works. They have already cloned Michael Jackson and Elton John... (Despite Elton screaming that he wasn't even dead while they were cloning him) and have confirmed that sometime in 2012 they will clone all 3 Beatles. Ringo, been immortal and such, will NOT be cloned...However, Pete Best will. If the cloning fails then the scientist's have confirmed that they will be putting them all in a (yellow) blender and making them into Beatle Juice. This will be sold to whoever will buy it, but won't be consumable. You can, however, place it in a beautiful glass vase on your mantle peice next to your Grandma's ashes. (No refunds!)

"Everyone But Paul Is Dead"

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The Beatles, shortly after the rumours of Paul McCartney's nondeath started circulating.

Before the group broke up, a fateful telephone call was made to an obscure Minneapolis radio station. A scientist informed shocked DJ's that a subliminal message in the group's albums revealed that everyone but Paul is dead. Earlier everybody thought Paul was the one dead, but they weren't sure and didn't know why. The news sent shockwaves through the world music community. Everybody was very confused.

Ringo was the first to go. The first to go. because in 1963, on the cover of Without the Beatles, Ringo's face is clearly not in line with those of his fabulous bandmates. On the cover of the A Hard On's Night EP, George is the only one with his back to the camera in any of the pictures, and he's the only one holding a cigarette. It's believed only George was distinguished on these covers because whatever entity was responsible for placing the clues decided the group's young fans might have trouble figuring out which pair of Beatles had died; John & Paul, or George & Ringo. On the cover of the Yelp! album, the Beatles hold their arms in semaphore positions, but rather than spelling Y-E-L-P as one might expect, it spells H-E-L-P? That meant an untimely death had befallen John and he had been replaced. In "I'm Looking Through You", Paul sings of the state of his friends and coworkers: "You don't look different, but you have changed...You don't sound different, I've learned the game/I'm looking through you, you're not the same."

Post Sgt. Lt. Pepper's work distinguishes Paul as the only surviving original member. One of the many figures on the cover of that album holds a hand over Paul's head, as if to bless him, and on the reverse, he is shown with his back to the camera.

All The Beatles fans were actually brainwashed into believing Paul was dead (they believe he was squashed as he roamed the town in this superhero beatle form), but the scientist showed proof, all was finally understood.

Then another scientist examined these claims and discovered that it was all a hoax.

Going Helter Skelter

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The Beatles' album "Elf" was made one night after a lot of drinks at a London bar.

In the 1980s, Michael Jackson the famous singer and plastic mannequin purchased the remaining Beatles' souls and placed them in his ranch in "Neverland". Many wondered if this was the real 'Pepperland' all along.

Come Together

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(From left to right) The Grave Digger, the Corpse, the Preacher and God (on Abbey Road, aka Mac OSX Dock)

Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Moon came together in 1995 to film Anthropology. George had to be woken up. It was released in eighty parts and they released a double CD one minute long for each part they released.

In 2003, the remaining members released "Leave It Be… nude version". This was the version they would've released before the madman swapped it all about. In this version, they had actually recorded the album totally nude like the title suggested; the original "Leave It Be" album was the session that they had recorded while being fed with rotten onions (Onions being a metaphor for Clark Kent).

"The Beatles Go #2" was released to commemorate the grammatically corrected versions of each time the boys made it into the toilet.

Recently a Beatles bootleg appeared entitled 'The Silent Album.' This album is 13 tracks (43.55 minutes) of silence. It was originally thought that it was another attempt by John Morrison to be regarded as the "Most Stupid Artist In History" by releasing work from beyond the grave, it has since been discovered that it was the lost tape for The Beatles 'Wangster' rapping sessions which Sir George Martin had lost in the post production stage. It was the only one that was not a week long.

Did You Know?

  • Ringo Starr was the only Beatle to have a double chin. The other Beatles didn't eat. The last time McCartney ate was in 1958 when he had a fish, hence the famous song "Can't Buy Me Cod".
  • Recent statistical analysis by an MIT PhD reveals that at one point in 1966 The Beatles actually were 43% more popular than Jesus.
  • All of the Beatles music was influenced by the little known North Manchesterford combo called Oasis. 'Without Oasis, there would be no Beatles' Paul was once overheard saying in a haze.
  • George was the son of a certain Hairy Harry, who was the son of Harry's son.
  • Lennon’s real name was Johnny Bender, which he changed after going on holiday to Spain with manager Brian Epstein, as people might have got the wrong impression.
  • Paul McCartney’s real name was James Paul McKnickers, which suited him perfectly, as the subject of women’s underwear was constantly on his mind, and he was usually found thinking about them, trying to get into them, pulling them down, trying them on, and often wore them under his Beatle suit.
  • The 'Walrus' was actually Starr. This was a great insult to walruses.
  • Yoko Ono was once fired as a stripper, because she was overheard saying "Me so horny! Me so horny! Yoko love you long time for 75 mirrion dorrar".
  • Two Beatles haven't been stabbed or shot, even though Heather Mills tried her best.
  • The Beatles were a leading force in the British Colonization of Black Music, in which blacks were enslaved and forced to give up the 12-bar blues and instead write artsy "pop-rock" songs for white men (such as The Beatles) for little or no money.
  • Bob Dylan was introduced to hard drugs by The Beatles, and has never looked back in anger, preferring instead to get stoned with EVERYBODY, by force if necessary.
  • On the set of A Hard Day's Night, John Lennon pressed his cheeks up against Ringo Starr's face and released a wet sounding fart. Ringo was obviously upset, and in turn, silenty released a fart of his own, waving it toward John. Upon smelling this, John was quoted as saying "Touche' Ringo"
  • Ringo Starr was replaced by an orangutan from 1963 to 1968. Nobody noticed. They were busy looking at John to see if it really was John... or a walrus. No one knows for sure.
  • Apple Corps created picture books (for children. DUH!) out of photos of The Insects, but with child-friendly captions added, eg 'John and Paul play with each other', 'Ringo plays with himself', 'John gives Paul love', 'George is doing it', etc., etc., etc.
  • The Beatles were once regarded as Satan worshippers, with the release of their songs, "Lucifer in the Sky with Demons" and "I am the Reaper". This myth was disregarded as yet another drug trip song.
  • There really was no such band as the Beatles. Every single person in the 1960's was on some kind of drug and the Beatles just existed collectively in everybody's minds.
  • In Soviet Russia, The Beatles first single to be released was called, "Healthy Soviet Hand Wants to Hold You!"
  • On the picture where The Beatles were walking down Abbey Road, Paul McCartney wasn't out of step, John George and Ringo were.
  • Ringo once collected tea cosies, this was revealed after a raid of his apartment in 1964. Ringo's home page is : [1]
  • The Beatles never went to Soviet Russia twice, hence the song "Back in the U.S.S.R." is just another fucked up clue to Paul being dead.
  • In the 60's when the Beatles were almost popular, two teenage girls tried to handcuff themselves to The Beatles Limousine. They ended up attaching themselves to a car full of 3 very confused South Koreans and Yoko Ono.
  • Ringo Starr actually wrote all of the Beatles songs, he was just never credited for it for example : "A Hard Days Ringo" and "Yesteringo!", also the less well known song, "Ringo Ringo Rosies"
  • Elvis was Paul McCartney's mother in a Michelin man suit.

The Beatles' USSR #1 Singles

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  • Do Me, Love / P.S. I Love Your boyfriend (October 5 1962)
  • From Me To You to the Next Person / Thanks for Nothing (1963)
  • She Loves Him, Not You / I'll Get You Wasted (1963)
  • I Want To Hold Your Cash/ Oops... This Boy Is Underage* (1963) *Copyright now owned by Michael Jackson
  • I Want To Huff Your Cat / That Guy (1963)
  • Can't Buy Me Love (Unless I Win the Lottery) / You Can Do That (But Only in Tijuana) (1964)
  • Can't Buy Me Legs / Can't Buy Me Divorce (1963) - re-released (2006)
  • A Hard On's Night / Things We Smoked Today (1964)
  • I Feel Fuckin' Sick / He's A Woman (1964)
  • Ticked Off My Bride / No It Isn't (1965)
  • Another One Bites the Dust / No, We Didn't Kill Paul (1965)
  • Fuck! / I'm Up and Down (I'm on a Seesaw) (1965)
  • We Can't Work It Out / Gay Stripper (Censored as Hey Skipper) (1965)
  • Yesterday (I Lost It) / Jack Naturally (and Prone) (1965)
  • Ten Days A Week / Got To Get You Off My Life Insurance Policy (1966)
  • Shitty Crack Fighter / Thunderstorm (1966)
  • Eleanor "Aussie Rules" Rugby / Yellow Tambourine (1966)
  • Strawberry soup for never / Penis Lane(1967)
  • Lucy and this guy with lots of jewellery on/ When I sex for tea (1967)
  • All You Need is Lunch / Maybe You're A Witch, Man (1967)
  • Hello, Fuck Off / I Am The Waitress (1967)
  • Help! My Appendix Just Burst / Ringo HAS A TINY DICK, i a i a ooo! (1965)
  • In Soviet Russia, Ur asSeS aRe Back in YOU! / Everybody's Got A Monkey To Hide Except Me.
  • Hey! You've Got to Hide Your Gay Away / We'll Have to Hide Our Love Away
  • Lady, My Donut! / The Inner Bite (1968)
  • Hang Jews (w/ The Black Panthers f/ KKKramer!) (1970)
  • AAAAAAAA! / AAAAAA! (AAA, oh, oh, uh, o yeah, deeper, oh, oh , again!!!!)
  • Back in the You Ass Ass Are / While Captain Picard Gently Weeps (1968)
  • Back in the U.S.S.R. (NOT RUSSIA!!) / While My Didgeridoo Gently Weeps (1968)
  • I Am the Walrus (1970)
  • Lt. Oregano's very many friends in a musical group with hearts/With no help from friends (cause Ringo doesn't have any)/A Day with your wife
Let It Be
  • Revolution 393.7 / Why Don't We Do It in the Road? (1968) (No kidding, it's an actual song...)
  • Get Crack / Don't Put Me Down (I'm Not a Bloody Dog) (1969)
  • The salad of John and Yoko"fuck this bitch who made the Beatles separate" Ono / and why the heck don't we ever cut our hair!??! 1969)
  • Some Other Thing / Come Alone (1969)
  • Hey, We Look Different?! / John's hair reached his ass!!!!! (1970)
  • Leave It To Beaver / Gee Golly Mrs. Cleaver, Is Beaver The Walrus? (1970)
  • Leave It Be / You Don't Know My Number (Look Up The Name) (1970)
  • The Long and Winding Shortcut / For You Foo'! (w/ Mr. T) (1970)
  • The Long and Winding Chode (1970)
  • Across the Tune Is Worse / The Two of Us Crammed a Lot of Filler on This Album (1970)
  • Pouring Scorn / Scoring Porn! (w/ Yoko) (1970)
  • Rape and Back Bite Her / Tribute to Marv Albert (w/ Bob Crane) (The 90's?!)
  • Helter Schmelter / Got to get some pot
  • With no help at all from my "friends"/ I want to fuck your dog

UK Album Discography

WTBcover

the album that kinda, sorta, but not really started it all...

  1. Please Please Yourself (I Love Watching You do It) (1963)
  2. Within the Beatles Without the Beatles (1963)
  3. A Hard On's Night (1964)
  4. Clowns For Sale (1964)
  5. Shit! (1965)
  6. Rubbeer Bollocks (1965)
  7. BB Gun (1966)
  8. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely I ♥ Huckabees Club Band (1967)
  9. Tragical Hystery Tour (1967)
  10. Ringo Needs Some Money (1967)
  11. The White Supremacy Album (1968)
  12. Abbey Street West (1969)
  13. Let It Bleed
  14. Anthropology I-LXXX (1994)
  15. Lt. Dan's Lonely Hearts Club Thing Remix Extravaganza (1995)
  16. Two (2000)
  17. Let It Bleed... Explicit Sexual Content Version (2003)
  18. Hate (Beatles Album) (2006)
  19. The blood red album See also We turned into vampires and have come to suck your cock blood (2010)
  20. The bleak album(2010)

Ps.: I Hate You, errr, I mean, during the year 1970, the Beatles fell in love with themselves and picked the album Revolver, originally from 1966, and released it 12 times, one each month, just to have free cocktail parties off EMI's ass more often. Them album sold a record number of 11 copies (on each month) and failed to reach 12th because Ringo's mom lost her pennies on a trip to China where she hoped to buy some crystal meth.

US Album Discography

BTMcover

the album that kinda, sorta, but not really started it all...

  1. The Beatles do Wing (2003)
  2. Savage Auld Beatles (1812)
  3. BBC Lessons(1822)
  4. Have You Heard About The Beatles Lately? (1964)
  5. Beat the Meatles! (an unnoticed typo) (1964)
  6. The Beatles' Second/Third Album (1964)
  7. A Hard On's Fight (1964)
  8. Something Borrowed (1964)
  9. The Beatles' One Year Story (1964)
  10. Beatles Year Two, Album Either IX, X, or XI: '65 (1965)
  11. The Beatles of Two Years Ago Before Capitol Would Release Us (1965)
  12. Damn! (1965)
  13. Rubbers Bollocks (1965)
  14. Yesterday, Tomorrow... And Today... And The Day Everybody But Paul Died (1966)
  15. Handgun (1966)
  16. Sgt. Lt. Pepper's Only Lonely Hearts Club Bandana (1967)
  17. Sgt. Pepper's Finger Lickin' Chickin Stand (1967)
  18. Dr. Pepper's Tastey Beverage Can (1967.5)
  19. Magical Hysterectomy Tour (1967)
  20. - (Finally A Shorter Album Name) (1968)
  21. Yellow Submachine (1969)
  22. Abby Street West (1969)
  23. Hey Jew (1970)
  24. Leave It Be (1970)
  25. The Beatles Meet K*I*S*S* While K*I*S*S* Is Already En Route To Meeting The Phantom Of The Park But They Decide To All Watch J*A*G* And M*A*S*H* Instead (1970)
  26. Ringo Needs Some Money (1982)
  27. Anthropology I-LXXX (1995)
  28. Anthropology LXXXI - The sounds of Ringo scraping the bottom of a barrel (1997)
  29. Leave It Be... Nude Version (2003)
  30. Hate (2006)
  31. Twist and Die (An album about Paul and Ringo's coming of age, and deteriorating joints) (2007)
  32. Paul's Dead- songs include: (Paul's Not Dead)
  33. About Time To Dig Through The Beatles' Seemingly Endless Back Catalogue And Shit Out Another Special Edition Album, Right? (1988-present)

Kuwait Album Discography

  1. Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. (1964)
  2. Sounds of Silence (album)|Sounds of Silence (1966)
  3. Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (1966)
  4. Bookends (1968)
  5. Bridge over Troubled Water (1970)

Filmography

HARDON

the movie that kinda, sorta, but not really started it all...

  • A Hard On's Night (1964)
  • Help Yourself, Loser! (1965)
  • Help! 2: Electric Boogaloo (1966)
  • Tragical History Whore And How This Was All Paul's Idea Anyway p.s. cause he's dead man (1967)
  • Yellow Tambourine (voiced by imperfect clones) (1968)
  • The Beatles meet Namor the Sub-mariner (1969)
  • Let us Pee (1970)
  • Stoned (2005)
  • The Beatles: One Night in Paris (Video footage from the famous 1967 concert) (2006)
  • The Long and Winding Abbey Road & Apple Get Back off my Frog (2006)

Upcoming Films

  • We Told You Royalty Stole Our Ideas (2008) (pre-production)
  • The Beatles: A Night at the Roxbury (2009) (complete but will be release as "The Homeless: A Night with Michael Jackson)
  • One Virgin: Yoko's Story (2009) (announced)
  • A Disgrace of Percussion: The True Feat Unconquered (2010) (announced)
  • Gigli
  • The Beatles: Rattle Your Jewelry Up There (2012) (Royal Documentary)

Reunion

The Beatles made a come back tour with Paul, Justin Beiber and two unidentified musicians.

See also

Beatlesfan

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