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The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows

The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows

Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Talks Beatles

by Paul Cashmere on July 25, 2012

in New Music,News

Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park draws a direct line from Linkin Park back to The Beatles.

The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows

The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows

“Nearly everything my band knows about how to approach recording a song is attached to The Beatles in some way,” he said talking about the release of the new Beatles compilation. “Directly or indirectly, they’ve shaped the way every album is recorded, and have changed the world.”

The Beatles released a surprise compilation today focused on lesser known rock songs by the band.

These songs are the ones that had an affect on new artists like Linkin Park, Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters and Band of Horses.

The Beatles: Tomorrow Never Knows is available through iTunes.
. Revolution
. Paperback Writer
. And Your Bird Can Sing
. Helter Skelter
. Savoy Truffle
. I’m Down
. I’ve Got A Feeling
. Back In The USSR
. You Can’t Do That
. It’s All Too Much
. She Said, She Said
. Hey Bulldog
. Tomorrow Never Knows
. The End

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