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The Troggs Vs. The Rutles - With A Girl Like You

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The Rutles really happened in the late 70's. The dates are as much a piss take as the tunes. Very clever parodies of Beatles songs. I think I actually prefer them.

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The Rutles really happened in the late 70's. The dates are as much a piss take as the tunes. Very clever parodies of Beatles songs. I think I actually prefer them.

Did their covers go beyond the early 60s Beatles?

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uhhh late 60's Beatles?

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Did the Beatles exist beyond the 60's?

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you have now!

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Did the Beatles exist beyond the 60's?

They broke up in 1970

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you have now!

I don't want to hear of them again. :lol:

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I wasn't sure if they'd drifted into the 70's.

Redneck... if it's any comfort... they weren't a real band... not really real in the sense of reality just pretend real. heh!

Neil Innes was also in the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band who you might have heard of. And I'm sure you've heard of Eric Idle from Monty Python.

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I wasn't sure if they'd drifted into the 70's.

They drifted into 70 not 70's :lol:

Redneck... if it's any comfort... they weren't a real band... not really real in the sense of reality just pretend real. heh!

I see. They were a real, bona fide, genuine, imitation band. :thumbsup:

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Yep. It would have been interesting to see how they would do with their own original music

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This redneck didn't vote for YObama! :lol:

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This redneck didn't vote for YObama! :lol:

:lol:

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