Band-off: The Beatles vs. The Monkees
The similarities are too much to ignore. 4 guys in each band. The same instruments in each band. Both named after some creature, with an unusual spelling. To me it's a coin flip.
Dude...this is classified. I know you are Big Stuff, but wow.
It's like you're on a mission to open people's eyes; no matter the personal sacrifice.
[QUOTE=southside;4244301]Is this a joke?[/QUOTE]
No. I'm as serious as a blue-balled twentysomething who couldn't get laid at a fat camp for ugly chicks.
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The Monkees longevity can not be ignored!
[QUOTE=shakin318;4244312]No. I'm as serious as a blue-balled twentysomething who couldn't get laid at a fat camp for ugly chicks.[/QUOTE]
I can get laid muchacho.... I just don't wanna screw up the friendship.
[QUOTE=southside;4244410]I can get laid muchacho.... I just don't wanna screw up the friendship.[/QUOTE]
That's the kind of statement only made by someone who has been forced to jack off so much that his pecker looks like a bicycle grip.
From Monkees to spanking the monkey via "ctrl+v"....a logical progression:rolleyes:
By the way what's next, a "mod-off"?
I know of 2 who will be a near dead heat
The Beatles suck.
So does Led Zeppelin.
[QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4244510]So does Led Zeppelin.[/QUOTE]
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I can't stand that band.
The big difference is Mike Nesmith wore a knit winter hat, advantage Monkees.
[QUOTE=PlumberKhan;4244510]The Beatles suck.
So does Led Zeppelin.[/QUOTE]
Hey now...that's a very bad thing to say bud!
No comparison on the complete body of work, but there are a handful of Monkees tracks that are very good, really were well crafted, written by some of the top 60's writers and performed by some of the top 60's musicians.
"Pleasant Valley Sunday" being the prime example.
Neither can hold a candle to [URL="http://franklarosa.com/vinyl/BigImg/splits.jpg"]these dudes[/URL]
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