The Exotic Beatles, Pt. 3
2009 release, the third part of Exotica's Beatles trilogy, features many more classic Beatles songs interpreted in eccentric, but truly endearing ways. Including; Arthur Mullard's cockney take on 'Yesterday', a nursery rhyme version of 'I Am The Walrus', Frank Sidebottom's 'Flying' and 'Let It Be' in a hillbilly style! The disc also includes interludes and introductions from The Beatles themselves as well as characters such as Noel Gallagher, Rolf Harris and Homer Simpson! The Exotic Beatles series are recognized as the most well researched and thorough Beatle related cover albums and are firm favorites with the media and fans.
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Beatles music was never intended to be elevator MUZACK. Well, this is exactly what you have with this CD -- atrocious moog and flamingo guitars horribly arranged. After listening to this nonsense, I got the feeling that the performers intended to make a mockery of the Beatles music right from the start.
If John were alive today, he would never approve of such a butchering to his music. This is 24 tracks of unpleasent noise. Personally, I think that Paul, George, Ringo, and Yoko-san should sue these dorks on this CD for making a total mockery of the Beatles legend.