In my perfectly honest opinion, the songs I'd actually want to play from Abbey Road were all already on the disc. Along with the medley not playable on the Wii, I'd give my vote to Sgt. Pepper. I've always had a thing for this album, and the DLC helped get me into the 2 songs I wasn't too keen on beforehand (Mr. Kite and A Day in the Life). The dreamscapes were really well done, and really has a lot more songs that interest me in particular.
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Sgt. Pepper. You have no idea how I've been dying to play that reprise.
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very hard ..but i choose pepper..both are my two favorite albums...but i loved peper dreamscapes also i have a wii so i have got no medley..a day in the life was a complete piece of art.....after 42 years beatles music is evolving into new forms of listening and enjoying
We are having a LOT more fun with Sgt Peppers DLC than Abbey Road DLC on our Wii.
Mostly because a decent amount of the Abbey Road Wii songs are parts of the broken up medley, which can't be played all at once. Too many of the AR songs are "two or three songs in one" which turns most players off when it is their turn to pick a song.
They may want to play Mean Mr. Mustard, but not The Sun King, so many tracks often get skipped over for something more immediately rewarding like A Day in the Life.
I'm not sorry we bought them all, (from both albums) and will continue to purchase all Beatles DLC, but the AR DLC only really offered us Wii users a few songs, and nearly ALL of the SPLHCB DLC are now in our "top pick" rotations.
I still think that after the planned release of Rubber Soul, that HMX et. al. should focus on the remaining "hits" that have yet to be released like:
Ob-La Di, Ob-La-Da,
She Loves You!,
If I Fell,
All My Loving,
Happiness is a Warm Gun,
Let it Be,
All You Need is Love, (Supposedly to be released in Dec?)
Penny Lane, (Read something about why we may never get this one?)
I would have to say that Abbey Road has more songs that I like, but Sgt Pepper's is starting to grow on me, especially Fixing a Hole.
I like more of the songs on Sgt. Pepper's more (though Oh Darling and Polythene Pam are really good on drums). It wasn't really much of a choice for me. And I'm pretty sure I'll enjoy Rubber Soul even more.
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I will let you know soon as the Sgt Peppers comes out on PS3 today .
I'm surprised Sgt. Peppers is pulling so far ahead. For me, it's the music first...and Sgt. Peppers is the weakest album from Revolver - Abbey Road (well Let it Be is weaker). Magical Mystery Tour which is a singles album, is so much better in my opinion.
Sgt. Peppers DLC is all strings, and it doesn't seem like you're playing a guitar. Abbey Road does, because it's more stripped down and guitar based.