Perhaps the most beloved band in history, the Beatles’ music continues to charm and inspire fans across the world. Their music has also been covered and arranged by countless artists over the decades, with each generation interpreting the band’s timeless sound in their own characteristic way.

Now, as if to represent the audacity our generation, English DJ Ramjac has created an arrangement that uses every Beatles song ever created (probably).

Unfortunately, as is with the dreamers of today, this bold ideal fails to hold together in an imperfect world and quickly descends into audio chaos.

The name of the track is “All Together Now – Everything the Beatles ever did” and is “Every Beatles tune, played together, sequenced in order of lengths, with the longest starting first and all 226 tunes ending together.”

For the first minute or so, you can make out “Revolution 9,” “Hey Jude” and “She’s So Heavy.” Through the first 3 minutes or so, it even holds up as something you might hear on an actual Beatles album.

However, as more and more songs are piled on, the track begins to sound like someone feeding the Beatles’ anthology into a blender…and then a garbage disposal…and then, after about 4 minutes, a wood chipper.

By the end of the track you’re really just listening to white noise and, given how mentally exhausted we felt after listening to the entire 8:22, we’re not sure this is the most appropriate way to enjoy the musical history of the Beatles.

Source: SOUND CLOUDDJ Ramjac

All Together Now – Everything the Beatles ever did. by ramjac
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