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RE: A second listen...
- Subject: RE: A second listen...
- From: "D. Aaron Petrie" <petrie\!/mail.isisnet.com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 02:30:29 +0000
- Comments: Authenticated sender is <petrie\!/mail.isisnet.com>
> Date: Sat, 15 Jun 1996 07:48:58 -0400
> From: rwhite <rwhite\!/mail.wincom.net>
> Subject: RE: A second listen...
> To: "'Shant Pelley'" <ag344\!/ccn.cs.dal.ca>, geneyus <psavage\!/toronto.cbc.ca>
> Cc: "jrcovey+sloan\!/ac.dal.ca" <jrcovey+sloan\!/ac.dal.ca>
> I just have one question:
> Who hasn't stolen from the Beatles?
fuck, I have a hard enough time stealing from the ramones.
> From: Shant Pelley[SMTP:ag344\!/ccn.cs.dal.ca]
> Sent: June 14, 1996 12:12 PM
> To: geneyus
> Cc: jrcovey+sloan\!/ac.dal.ca
> Subject: Re: A second listen...
> On Fri, 14 Jun 1996, geneyus wrote:
> > Picked up a copy of "One Chord to Another" and gave it 100% of my attention
> > over the last couple of days. Though I think the disc is well produced, I
> > can't get past what they obviously lifted from the Beatles ("Oh God, is he
> > starting that Beatle thread again", sighed a disgruntled teen in a
> > Superfriendz t-shirt.). All of you kiddies who may not be familiar with the
> > Beatles' material, (particularly Revolver, Rubber Soul and Abbey Road)
> > probably think this stuff is uniquely Sloan's.
> > It's not that it just has a Beatles' sound, they've lifted actual parts.