Guess you've never heard Paul's "Temporary Secretary"...
"Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs. What's wrong with that?" ~Paul McCartney
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Actually, It's All Too Much is more like Jimi Hendrix than it is Techno.
There a lot things on with "Tomorrow Never Knows" the track is based on one chord harmonically from Indian music, the form is a straight verse seven times I think, musical backdrop is based on a sound collage of loops, the drums and bass are right up front and repetitive, and there is backward guitar solos and vocals recorded through a leslie speaker. In another words pop music had not heard anything like it.
The Beatles "It's All Too Much" starts with guitar feedback a trick they did before on "I Feel Fine" back in 1964 but the feedback intro here sounds like it's Hendrix influenced but George Harrison denies it. It's basically seven minutes of electric guitar drone, feedback and distorted organ parts with odd sounding brass parts. The concepts except odd sounding brass parts would not be out of place in a Velvet Underground song in which I think they were aware of at the time.