You know, song-wise.
You know, song-wise.
THE SMASHING PUMPKINS
Last seen hanging around in the RB2 Setlist
Paul's is the only one I really listen to, but in truth, none. There was magic in The Beatles that could not be replicated with any of their solo careers.
AsianSteev: if you can read this, put more Ska songs on the RBN! Please?
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John's solo career is my favorite. Plastic Ono Band and Imagine are excellent albums.
Type O Negative
I'd go with Paul. He's certainly been the most succesful at his pop work, and has churned out some decent crossover stuff when he puts his mind to it.
John basically either kept treading the same water (Imagine) or did silly experiments that proved how much he wasn't Reed/Bowie/Eno/etc.
George faltered alot after All Things Must Pass (although the Wilburys were a high point, I wouldn't peg that as solo work by any stretch) and Ringo while not bad, also sort of just mills out inoffensive pop.
dlcquickplay.com/songs/xachary_cross (Direly needs updating)
I like them all, but I had to give it to George.
So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, good night.
If we're including The Traveling Wilburys as solo material, George.
Even if we're not including the Traveling Wilburys, it's still George.
Afraid nobody 'round here
understands my potato
They think I'm only a spud boy
looking for a real tomato
Devo - "Smart Patrol/Mr. DNA"
Seeing as I won't count Paul's work with Wings or George's work with The Traveling Wilburys as "solo" careers...
...it's a tossup between George and Ringo. After a coin flip, Ringo.
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No vote for Pete Best's post-Beatles work?
Bands I'd love to see as DLC for Rock Band:
Bal Sagoth 
My wii remote charger works, but it doesn't charge my will remoter. I mean, i put in my wii remote to charge it and the blue light stays still for 2 minutes or so. Then it starts blinking, which indicates that it's done. But when i use the will remote it won't work.
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Definitely Paul McCartney and Wings. Band On The Run is one of my all-time favorite albums, music-wise. I also really enjoyed John Lennon's solo career. Sadly, I never got the opportunity to dig into the later work put out by Ringo and George so my musical opinion here isn't as educated as I would like it to be.
"War is over... if you want it"
- John Lennon