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

Relat­ed Con­tent:

The Bea­t­les’ Rooftop Con­cert: The Last Gig

Jim­my Page Tells the Sto­ry of Kash­mir

The Bea­t­les Com­plete on Ukulele

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