All Together Now: Every Beatles Song Played at Once

The idea is simple, really. Take every Beatles tune, all 226 of them, and play them together, sequencing them so that they end at the exact same moment. And here’s what you get. The Beatles as you’ve never heard them before … and may never want to hear them again.

h/t kottke

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