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Ozzy-album-1600x1600When you think of English Rock, you can’t help but mention these names The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, and Ozzy Osbourne. These names are the names of rock icons that will never die and two of them recently collaborated for a new track. It was revealed by Ozzy Osbourne himself that he collaborated with Sir Elton John for a new track which also happens to be the title track to Ozzy’s upcoming studio release Ordinary Man which is due out February 20, 2020 via Epic. Chad Smith, who played drums on the album recently told Fox News, “It’s f–king epic. These two iconic, legendary, English f–king rockers that have been through it all are singing about the end of their lives: ‘I don’t want to die an ordinary man.’ And it’s f–king great!” The song itself is absolutely amazing as Elton John provides piano for this song that accomplishes the feat of sounding like an Ozzy and Elton John song when needed or I could just say it’s sounds like an edgier Elton song. Ozzy talked about securing Slash and Elton for the track saying it, “just came together. … When I was writing ‘Ordinary Man,’ it reminded me of an old Elton song, and I said to Sharon, ‘I wonder if he would sing on it?’ We asked and, lo and behold, he agreed, and sings and play piano on the song.” Do yourselves a favor and just listen to the track below and stay tuned here for more info on the album as it becomes available.

810j2mCjpZL._SS500_Marilyn Manson has had one heck of a career in my opinion and one that has seen it’s fair shares of ups and downs. He rose to the very top for a long time only to drop off a little bit before reclaiming his place in the world. The album that truly catapulted him into the spotlight was none other than his second studio album Antichrist Superstar which came out on October 8, 1996 via Nothing/Interscope and was produced by Manson, Trent Reznor, Sean Beavan, and Dave Olgilvie. The lineup credited with working on the album are Manson (Lead Vocals, Guitars), Daisy Berkowitz (Guitars), Twiggy Ramirez (Bass/Guitars), Madonna Wayne Gacy (Keys/Loops), Ginger Fish (Drums), and Zim Zum who does live guitar on Dead To The World. While the album was extremely controversial in it’s day, it was also hugely successful as well. It peaked at number three on the Billboard Top 200 charts in the US while peaking at number two in Canada, and number five in New Zealand while the album was certified platinum in the US (almost hitting double status). It also received a crap ton of accolades since it’s release with too many to list, but Rock Sound in France ranked it 11TH on their 150 greatest albums of our lifetime list.

111358511_802156461. Irresponsible Hate Anthem– The first track of the album, cycle I: The Heirophant, and the first track to kick off this rock opera concept album.I believe the track was recorded live as well. It’s in your face with a punk flare to it and features some awesome bass playing from Twiggy. It’s a track lashing back at the identity of America and the idea that we are free. 5/5

2. The Beautiful People– The lead single off the album is this drop d tuned power chord heavy track that kicks ass. On wikipedia, they describe the song’s meaning saying, “Lyrically, it is entwined with the Antichrist Superstar album’s overarching theme, a semi-narrative examination of the Nietzschean Übermensch. Within this context, “The Beautiful People” deals explicitly with the destructive manifestation of the Will to Power (“There’s no time to discriminate / hate every motherfucker that’s in your way”), while also exploring Nietzsche’s view of master-slave morality (“It’s not your fault that you’re always wrong / The weak ones are there to justify the strong”), particularly the concept’s connection with Social Darwinism and its relation to various political and economic systems such as capitalism and fascism (“Capitalism has made it this way/Old-fashioned fascism will take it away.” 5/5

3. Dried Up, Tied and Dead to the World– I love this song and always thought it was underrated in this track that is all about the worm’s experiences in the world living among the “Beautriful People” of the world and all of the lies he experiences. The last minute of the track is one of my favorite segments on the whole album. 5/5

4. Tourniquet-The second single off of the album and probably one of the best Marilyn Manson songs ever written. The heavy Alice Cooper influenced track is said to be influenced by dreams that Manson had. He described them saying, “I’ve always had these dreams about making a girl out of all these pieces of prosthetic limbs, and then taking my own hair and teeth that I saved from when I was a kid and very ritualistically creating this companion.” It’s the last step before he becomes the little Horn. 5/5

71QHsV5cIQL._SL1275_5. Little Horn– The first track in Cycle II: Inauguration of the Worm and the in your face death rock track actually has a biblical reference to it. The Little Horn is the last beast of the four beasts that David dreams about that is ruled by 10 kings, but that Little Horn is the scariest one and that is the Antichrist Superstar in our story. 5/5

6. Cryptorchid-a techno like beginning with some bass playing and is the shortest track on the album (and his discography as well).  The song overall is about how society likes to beat down their views into children’s heads before they can form their own opinions. 5/5

7. Deformography-a heavily keys/samples/loops driven track that is all about the worm wishing to get back at the “Beautiful People” of the world. 5/5

8. Wormboy– a crazy sounding track from Manson that mixes the guitars with the programming to give it a unique sound. I believe the song is about the worm being tempted by a being calling himself the Antichrist. He realizes that everything they said about sinning is true and he’s excited because he wants to live the sinful life but he’s not sure either. 5/5

9. Mister Superstar-A great rock track written by Twiggy that sees the worm as a rockstar now as he has evolved. I also think it’s a reflection of fame where no one knows you and wants to be around you until you become this big star. 5/5

10. Angel with the Scabbed Wings– a great track that sees the worm finally evolve into the the angel with the scabbed wings where he has people that worship and people that fear him. Definitely one of my favorite tracks on the album. 5/5

11. Kinderfeld– I have always loved the beginning and overall sound of this track which always sounded like a laser going off along with that ominous bass riff. I think the track is about the worm asking the Distengrator what it’s like to be that figure. 5/5

imgbin-compact-disc-antichrist-superstar-marilyn-manson-album-smells-like-children-marilyn-manson-TKt7DmzkNNK9w0CH3zCRW0ggU12. Antichrist Superstar– The first track of Cycle III: Disintegrator Rising and Manson says the song is about “I’m satirising the fascism of politics, of religion, and most importantly the fascism of rock’n’roll. Whether people are realising that, or simply buzzing off the spectacle, isn’t my concern. I’m thoroughly entertained by it as a massive piece of performance art because it has so many dimensions, because we’re the polar opposite of Nazism, would be the first to be destroyed by it, and we’re using that imagery against itself … Words and symbolism are only as powerful as you make them. Just looking at fascist imagery doesn’t make it hateful … All there is, is making people think for themselves. That’s it. No answers. You make your choice. Fascism is precisely what I’m out to destroy but if people see our show and see fascism, it’s in them already. It’s a self discovery and that’s what we’re here for, to make people think, enable self-discovery. I ain’t here to condemn or condone. I’m here to go against the grain. I’ve transformed my world so that I am my own work of fiction, with no boundaries to what I can do, no limits. I’m saying anyone can do that. Anyone.” 5/5

13. 1996– a industrial punk like pace on this song that is about being anti everything even anti you, etc. 5/5

14. Minute of Decay– a bass driven track that features some interesting sounds that the band created for the track. It almost seems like the track is sort of an off day for our main character who seems to be depressed about his new role. 5/5

15. The Reflecting God– This is an incredible song to hear live with it’s amazing chorus, but it’s another bass driven track that features some acoustic guitars in it by Danny Lohner as well as a wall of noise. It’s all about making up your own mind about life. 5/5

16. Man That You Fear– One of the eeriest songs ever written by Manson and the last track on the album. Things are different for the worm as he has become the man that everyone fears and there is no much he can do. 5/5

My Final Thoughts– This was one of the best albums that Manson ever wrote besides Mechanical Animals and one of the best alternative albums of the 90’s. The album was a perfect storm for him as it rose him to ranks that life was imitating art in a way as people feared him more. I gave the album five stars out of five for a final grade.

I had been searching for weeks to find a way to pay tribute to Marie Fredriksson, the late singer of Swedish Pop Rock group Roxette who recently passed away after a long battle with Brain Cancer (December 9TH). Then as I was cruising Youtube looking for something to check out, I came across a rock band from Nebraska named Through Fire that covered the Roxette classic Listen To Your Heart for their recent release All Animal which was released via Sumerian Records and is this week’s Cover Of The Week. One of the things I was most impressed with when listening to this track besides the music was the vocals of Grant Joshua Kendrick who is able to go a little low vocally during the verses and then his ability to go a little higher during the choruses. It’s an amazing cover and I have provided the music video for you guys which is primarily a performance based music video. You can also catch the band live as they tour the country in 2020 with Fozzy and Royal Bliss so check out the tour dates here.

Collaborations are a thing in music that has been happening for a very long time like that time when Roy Harper came in and sang Have A Cigar on Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here album in 1975, but in the late 90’s collaborations started to become more of a thing. Limp Bizkit was one of the hugest bands at one point in their careers and no time was bigger than the time they released their third record Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water which debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 Charts. The album also featured the groups second collaboration with the late Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland who first appeared on the previous release Significant Other (Nobody Like You). The track called Hold On is this week’s Collaboration of the Week as we celebrate and remember the late frontman who passed away December 3, 2014. The song is very melodic and features a slower tempo than previous songs on the album and it helps set the mood for Weiland’s beautiful vocals on the first verse while Fred Durst takes the second verse. Limp Bizkit was recently announced to be headlining 2020’s edition of the Inkcarceration Music & Tattoo Festival in Mansfield, Ohio. So check that out and check out the collaboration below:

teslaOne of my favorite bands from the 1980’s that was always wrongfully looped into the hair metal genre was Teslaa a rock band from Sacramento and not LA. The band that was made up of Jeff Keith (Vocals), Frank Hannon (Guitars), Tommy Skeoch (Guitars), Brian Wheat (Bass), and Troy Luccketta (Drums) would release their second album The Great Radio Controversy on February 1, 1989 making the album 30 years old this year. The album was the follow up the highly successful debut album Mechanical Resonance and was produced by both Steve Thompson (Guns N Roses) and Michael Barbiero (Cinderella/Metallica) and it had some success of it’s own. The album title itself was named after the controversy over who had invented the radio. It’s is said that Nikola Tesla was the man who invented the radio, but as we all learned in school that it was Guglielmo Marconi who was credited with inventing the radio. While the album featured the typical metal sound associated with Tesla, the album also saw the band sneak in more bluesy elements to it as it peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Top 200 charts and it was certified double platinum meaning over two million in sales.

max1493513845-back-cover1. Hang Tough– I love the opening bass riff to this track as it kicks off the album as it almost seems that the rest of the band fades in with some amazing guitar work and solos by Tommy in this track that is all about no matter how many bumps you may take, you have to stay and hang tough. 5/5

2. Lady Luck-I love the effect in the beginning almost sounding like a tape malfunction, but the track is also pretty kick ass in this track about someone who sounded like he had it all, but Lady Luck left him and now he’s a loser. 4.7/5

3. Heaven’s Trail (No Way Out)– I love the slide guitar intro by Frank Hannon who is the one that brings the blues influence while Tommy keeps the metal aspect going. This was the first single off the album and one that critics absolutely love. The lyrics sound like someone who was happy achieving fame until women came along and ruined it for him. 5/5

4. Be A Man-Another bluesy metal track from the guys in this track that questions what most guys think what it means to be a man while the band is telling  you it’s not about material things, but by doing right by your family, friends, etc. and much more. 4.5/5

5. Lazy Days, Crazy Nights-This is one trackj that further demonstrates the dynamics of Skeoch and Hannon with one playing clean channel while the other plays fully distorted in this track that is all about how the narrator is trying to do good, but he just loves the lifestyle. 4.5/5

6. Did It For The Money– a kick ass rock track that is all about the desperate things people will do for money with the first verse being about a prostitute, the second verse about a man who is willing to rob for money and the third is their interaction. 4.5/5

tesla-924-2242-3-cd7. Yesterdaze Gone-a wild and crazy track that reminds me of Tie Your Mother Down as far as pace in the beginning, but the track is ultimately about a guy who can’t seem to he get his ex off his mind even though he keeps saying that yesterdays gone. 4.2/5

8. Makin’ Magic-a raunchy guitar riff leads this track that is all about reciprocating because if I make you feel good then return the favor. 4.1/5

9. The Way It Is-One of my favorite Tesla songs that had a video release, but was never released officially as a single. It’s not a ballad, but almost a slower paced track that emulates a lot of southern rock. 5/5

10. Flight To Nowhere– The sounds of a plane start off the track before the band comes in on this track that is about a guy who never wants the party to stop because he is on a mission on the flight to nowhere. I love the mixture of clean and distorted guitars on this track, it showcases how special of a duo they were. 4.3/5

11. Love Song– This is exactly what you think it is and that it’s a ballad and a very successful one for the band. It was a top ten hit on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks and Billboard Hot 100’s charts and for good reason. It’s just an amazing song all around. 5/5

12. Paradise– The electric version of this track is great with the mixture of piano and electric guitars, but you should hear the acoustic version of this song on the Five Man Acoustical Jam. That version is just amazing as well as this one is in it’s own right. 5/5

13. Party’s Over-The Last song on the album and the riff kicks ass as Jeff sings about being so over someone that when they try to come back you tell them sorry the party’s over. 4.2/5

My Final Thoughts– These guys were absolutely amazing and should have never been looped in the Hair Metal category because they were clearly better than most of the bands from that genre. The guitar riffs on this album are insane and Tommy Skeoch was very underrated. That is why I am giving the album 4.6 stars out of five for a final grade.

underOzzy Osbourne will forever go down as one of the greatest of all time in the rock and heavy metal genre for everything he has contributed to it whether through Black Sabbath or as a solo artist. Back in early November, we debuted the first single Ozzy released in almost ten years with Under The Graveyard, the first single off of Ozzy’s upcoming twelfth album Ordinary Man that was co-written and produced by Andrew Watt who also plays guitar on the album along with Guns N Roses Duff McKagan and Red Hot Chili Peppers Chad Smith. The song itself is very visceral and very telling of dark times in Ozzy’s life and it’s only fitting to capture that for a music video which is what Lords Of Chaos director Jonas Åkerlund did as he developed a mini movie for the track. The video itself takes us all the way back to 1979, a truly dark time in Ozzy’s (played by Jack Kilmer) life when he was booted out of Sabbath and living in LA, but it’s not ultimately a sad tale as their is light at the end of the tunnel. The video also documents how Sharon (played by Jessica Barden) comes to Ozzy’s rescue which ultimately led to them getting married. It truly is an excellent video and a front runner for Music Video Of The Year. So check it out below and look out for the new album due in early 2020.

80456739_10157568836934597_6044723112530935808_nWhen Chester Bennington passed away in July of 2017, he left a huge hole behind in the hard rock scene. The well respected vocalist and lyricist was looked up to by a lot of people in the scene and by a lot of young bands. Eyes Set To Kill, the post hardcore/metalcore act from Phoenix, Arizona where Linkin Park originated from was one of those bands which is why they have decided to pay tribute to Chester by covering Points Of Authority which is off of the bands gigantic debut album Hybrid Theory. The band takes the Nu Metal classic they knock it right out of the park as the track features Philly rapper Whitney Peyton who takes care of Mike Shinoda’s lines even mixing in some of the Jay Z collaboration in there for good measure. One of the things that I have to say about the track as well is that I loved Alexia Rodriguez’s vocals on the track as she does an amazing job channeling the way Chester delivered the vocals, but also doing a great job making it her own. Check out the amazing cover below and check out Eyes Set To Kill on Facebook for more info.

Collaborations are a thing in music that has been happening for a very long time like that time when Roy Harper came in and sang Have A Cigar on Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here album in 1975, but in the late 90’s collaborations started to become more of a thing. One of my favorite bands that got looped into the whole Nu Metal scene was the  Industrial Rock band Orgy all because they were signed to Jonathan Davis of Korn’s new label Elementree Records. In fact if you look at some of the releases from the label, Jonathan made an appearance somehow, but I definitely do not have a problem with that at all. In fact, I am here to celebrate that by naming Revival which comes off Orgy’s debut album Candyass as this week’s Collaboration of the Week. Orgy was a band that was anything, but Nu-Metal with their industrial rock sound that was taking over the scene with bands like Dope and many more. The track is power chord heavy in guitars while having that industrial feel to it as Jay Gordon carries the song vocally before Jonathan Davis comes in during the chorus (the only time he appears is in the chorus) and Davis is also a co-writer of the track. Check out the track below:

s-l640In 1985, one of rock and rolls most iconic voices took and chance and he left one of the premiere rock bands of the time. David Lee Roth decided to take a chance on himself when he left Van Halen to start his solo career with the 1985 EP Crazy From The Heat which was a re-envisioning of old lounge standards. The EP was so successful that he decided to record a full length debut album because if that did well with the audience then they obviously still wanted him. So, David aligned himself with some real deal musicians like Steve Vai (Lead Guitar) of Zappa fame, Billy Sheehan (Bass) later of Mr. Big, and Gregg Bissonette (Drums) who would go on to work with Elton John and Ringo Starr. The ending result with the caliber of musicians at his disposal resulted in the album Eat ‘Em and Smile which was released on July 7, 1986 via Warner Bros and was produced by Ted Templeman who had worked with Roth on Van Halen’s 1984. The album was a huge success for Roth as it peaked at Number four on the Billboard Top 200 charts and it featured two top 10 hits on the Mainstream Rock Track Chart.

David-Lee-Roth-Eat-Em-Smile-0021. Yankee Rose– I always loved the call and response sequence in the beginning of the track where Vai makes the guitar literally talk to Roth as they have a conversation in this track that is all about the Statue of Liberty. 5/5

2. Shyboy– a true gem on the album that features some sweet playing from Vai with some speed metal qualities especially with Bissonette. The track is all about a guy who is confident on stage with the band, but can’t get girls off the stage. 5/5

3. I’m Easy– a cover of the blues classic by Billy Field that showcases Roth’s love for the blues. 4.5/5

4. Ladies’ Nite In Buffalo?–  a slow paced blues track that is bass driven for most of the song and it seems to be about a guy who can’t get laid when it’s ladies night in Buffalo. 4/5

5. Goin’ Crazy!– The second single released off of the album that features some cool arrangements including the synth sounds we enjoyed from 1984, but with more guitar. Apparently, this was meant for a soundtrack to the film version of Crazy From The Heat that never happened. 5/5

eat-em-and-smile-51c71a0805b576. Tobacco Road– A very cool cover of the blues classic that was written by John D. Loudermilk and re-imagined for the time. 5/5

7. Elephant Gun– a hard charging hard rock track that I believe that David is singing about a transvestite. I could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure that is what is about. 4/5

8. Big Trouble– He sort of raps on this song at least during the verses before he unleashes his signature wails. 4/5

9. Bump And Grind– If you can’t tell by the title what this song is about then you are naive in this dirty blues rock classic. 4/5

10. That’s Life– The last track on the album and it’s David covering this Fran Sinatra classic and making it his own. 4.5/5

My Final Thoughts– This was definitely one of my favorite full length releases from David as every other album was a hit or miss for me. I decided to cover this album right when I heard David was going to fly solo for the first time in 13 years to tour with Kiss. Besides my obvious favorites, Shyboy is definitely a track to check out and I am going to give the album 4.5 stars out of five for a final grade.

original_441I thought a lot about this week’s album of the week pick because I didn’t want to reach the 500 album milestone without never covering an album by The Beatles. The band which was made up of John Lennon (Vocals/Guitars), George Harrison (Guitars/Vocals), Paul McCartney (Vocals/Bass/Guitars/Piano), and Ringo Starr (Drums/Vocals) is whether you love, like, or hate them is the greatest band to ever live because there is The Beatles and then everyone else. The band released their first album in 1963 and just imagine that on September 26, 1969, the band would release their 11TH studio album and one of my personal favorites in Abbey Road via Apple Records and produced once again by the fifth Beatle George Martin. This was a significant album for the band as it was the last time that all four members had participated in the recording process and while Let It Be was released the following year in 1970, most of that was recorded before Abbey Road. They say that the band had so many disagreements on previous releases that once this album was complete, John had secretly quit the band while Paul went public the following year after the release of Let It Be. The album was one of the most successful releases as it went number one on the Billboard Top 200 as well as number one in Holland, Canada, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Spain, and West Germany. Funny enough, the 2019 reissue of the album went number one in the UK, Portugal, Spain, Scotland, and Belgium. The album has also sold over 12 million copies in the United States giving it Diamond status showing how influential the album really is.

abbey-road-back-cover2jpg1. Come Together– The track with that famous drum roll, Lennon saying shoot me (accompanied usually by a hand clap), and and cool as ice guitar riff kicks off this classic Beatles track that was originally written by John and intended as a campaign song for Timothy Leary who was running against Ronald Reagan in California at the time. 5/5

2. Something– Frank Sinatra once said that this was one of the top 50 love songs of all time and it was the song that rose George Harrison to the same status as a songwriter with Lennon and McCarthy. It was a love song written to his first wife Pattie Boyd. 5/5

3. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer– This is an example of how an upbeat song can be so dark if you really pay attention to the lyrics. The track is about a student named Maxwell Edison who goes around murdering people with a hammer as his weapon of choice. While I love the inclusion of the Moog synthesizer and Anvil hits, this is often credited as the song responsible for breaking up The Beatles. 5/5

4. Oh! Darling– a sort of r&b styled rock track that saw Paul McCartney sing the song by himself every day until he got the perfect take. He wanted it to sound like he had been singing the song all week in the clubs to get a rough sound. John Lennon once said, “Oh! Darling’ was a great one of Paul’s that he didn’t sing too well. I always thought I could have done it better – it was more my style than his. He wrote it, so what the hell, he’s going to sing it.” 5/5

5. Octopus’s Garden– The world famous Ringo Starr song that we all love and expect to hear live from him. This was the last song recorded by the band that featured Ringo on vocals and it all came because instead of getting his order of Fish & Chips, he received squid instead. The boat’s captain then told him a story of how Octopuses travel along the sea bed collecting rocks to build a garden. 5/5

6. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)– An unusual song for the band as it was almost 8 minutes in length and lacked a lot of lyrics. It was John’s love song to Yoko Ono and it’s a track that I think could be credited in helping Black Sabbath finding their sound. 5/5

beatles-abbey-road-label_027. Here Comes The Sun– Another amazing Beatles track that was written by George Harrison who was playing hokey that day as he spent at Eric Clapton’s house instead of with the rest of the band. The lyrics have to do with George’s joy at the sight of spring and how he felt being away from the drama in The Beatles camp. 5/5

8. Because-The track starts off with the cool electric harpsichord sound played by producer George Martin in which John enters and he copies on guitar what the harpsichord is doing. The song is eerie, but musically amazing with the vocal harmonies from Harrison, Lennon, and McCarthy as it ends in the famous diminished triad or the devil’s note. 5/5

9. Medley- The Beatles recorded 8 short tracks for a medley 5/5:

A. You Never Give Me Your Money-The first track written for the medley and it documented all the troubles The Beatles were having financially. It starts off as a piano ballad before it finishes with some amazing guitar work.

B. Sun King-as the song fades in from the harbor sounds of the last track, the vocal harmonies take over in this track that George once claimed was inspired by Fleetwood Mac’s Albatross.

C. Mean Mr. Mustard-John based this track which he also said was his least favorite on a mean Scottsman who was cheap with his money.

D. Polythene Pam– Lennon says, “That was me, remembering a little event with a woman in Jersey, and a man who was England’s answer to Allen Ginsberg … I met him when we were on tour and he took me back to his apartment and I had a girl and he had one he wanted me to meet. He said she dressed up in polythene, which she did. She didn’t wear jack boots and kilts, I just sort of elaborated. Perverted sex in a polythene bag. Just looking for something to write about.”

E. She Came In Through the Bathroom Window– A track McCarthy has said was about their dedicated fans, “We were bored, he was out and so we decided to pay him a visit. We found a ladder in his garden and stuck it up at the bathroom window which he’d left slightly open. I was the one who climbed up and got in.”

F. Golden Slumbers-a track that was based off of a Thomas Dekker lullaby entitled Cradle Song. It was a beautiful written track with pianos, string arrangements, and bass guitars.

G. Carry That Weight-a track that McCarthy wrote that kind of signified what they would go through after The Beatles as nothing they did would have the same impact as this music did.

H. The End– Paul McCartney said, “”I wanted [the medley] to end with a little meaningful couplet, so I followed the Bard and wrote a couplet.” John confirmed saying, “That’s Paul again … He had a line in it, ‘And in the end, the love you get is equal to the love you give,’ which is a very cosmic, philosophical line. Which again proves that if he wants to, he can think.”[4] Lennon misquoted the line; the actual words are, “And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love you make…”

10. Her Majesty– This was originally a hidden track on the album and the track only featured Paul McCartney written as sort of a music hall styled track and it;s only 26 seconds long. 5/5

My Final Thoughts-For a group that was eventually on their way out following the release of this and Let It Be, they created some of the greatest music ever. As I said before, there’s The Beatles and then there is everyone else after them. The whole entire album is a classic which is why I gave it five stars out of five for a final grade.