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  • Thurible

    "First metal song" "First shoegaze" - No it wasn't. Shut the fuck up already with that shit.

    23 mars 16h43m Répondre
  • alvarito27

    This is the first fucking songmetal in the world!!!!

    20 mars 18h11m Répondre
  • noff01

    Blue Cheer and some other bands did Heavy Metal before The Beatles did. So no, The Beatles weren't the firsts. Helter Skelter isn't even that Metal, it falls a lot better in the Hard Rock/Heavy Psych/Garage Rock genre.

    6 mars 0h57m Répondre
  • Renan_P

    First shoegaze song

    12 jan. 16h27m Répondre
  • GhostHaunted

    Fucking great!

    4 jan. 11h17m Répondre
  • theironictea

    "While Paul was doing his vocal, George Harrison had set fire to an ashtray and was running around the studio with it above his head, doing an Arthur Brown." Starr's recollection is less detailed, but agrees in spirit: "'Helter Skelter' was a track we did in total madness and hysterics in the studio. Sometimes you just had to shake out the jams."

    3 jan. 15h34m Répondre
  • Sebastian-

    "Some sources erroneously credit the "blisters" line to Lennon; in fact, Lennon can be heard asking "How's that?" before Ringo's outburst" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helter_Skelter_%28song%29

    26 déc. 2014 Répondre
  • theironictea

    Legendary, way ahead of it's time.

    24 déc. 2014 Répondre
  • DTJesus

    First heavy metal song

    15 nov. 2014 Répondre
  • RomanyDagger

    "Nope, John yelled it. First I've ever heard it attributed to Ringo. But it was John. Bet the (Junior's) farm on it! " Well, actually, it was Ringo. Sorry, bud.

    4 oct. 2014 Répondre
  • catspajamas06

    I love the anthology version.

    7 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • msantell

    helter skelter was recorded the year (1968) after Purple Haze and Foxy Lady (1967) were released, so who influenced who?

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • msantell

    lennon called Ticket to Ride among the first heavy metal songs: "That was one of the earliest heavy-metal records made. Paul's contribution was the way Ringo played the drums." John Lennon according to All We Are Saying, by David Sheff

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • msantell

    it sounds more like Ringo, who was also more inclined to use the word "me" over "my" . . .plus ringo says it was him Ringo played the drums so forcefully that his shout of "I've got blisters on my fingers!" accompanies the musical fadeout. Ringo explained what happened in The Miami Herald June 29, 2008: "The track was actually very long, and we were just pounding. It was a jam, really, it turned into that. And at the end, the only way off the kit was, 'Look, my fingers are bleeding, and I just have to get up.'' And I decided to shout it."

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • fillmore_east

    Um, wrong. Absolutely 100 percent Ringo. Beatles 101.

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • capecodrob

    Even the most casual Beatles fan knows it was John shouting. This guy is a total hack. Claims "Norwegian Wood" was about Yoko. What a crock. John was quoted in an interview that he was "trying to write about affairs" without upsetting his wife.

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • gtrman61

    Is it McCartney that is insisting on publishing who wrote what in these articles? Generally John sang the songs he wrote and McCartney sang his. The same goes for George.

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre
  • bowersba

    Nope, John yelled it. First I've ever heard it attributed to Ringo. But it was John. Bet the (Junior's) farm on it!

    4 sept. 2014 Répondre

    This must of been like listening to Slayer in the 60s.

    5 jui. 2014 Répondre
  • TheMally98

    Sure, is not the song that invented heavy metal but it is certainly has been influential and still remains epic.

    21 juin 2014 Répondre
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