Meat DBeatles Vol. 1 Offers Different Takes On Beatles Favorites

, (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Meat Dbeatles Vol. 1 is a compilation of Beatles song covers by independent recording artists affiliated with either DMusic.com, an internet music collaboration and social network, or its subsidiary, Lost Gold Records. The project was kick started by a comment on a thread on the site, and the contributing artists were off and running. The entire album was complete in 4 months.

The 18 tracks that comprise the compilation include Beatles favorites such “Come Together”, “Lady Madonna”, “Let It Be”, and many others. Each track has its own personality and will sound nothing like you ever heard before when it comes to Beatles cover tunes. Everything from reggae to bluegrass is covered, with high energy and the undying indie spirit that can be found throughout the DMusic website and their members.

Even though a majority of the music was recorded on a home based computer systems using Protools and various other programs the sound is incredibly good. You can check it out online at [http://www.meatdbeatles.com/].

Some of the tracks are takes on rather obscure Beatles tunes like "Helter Skelter" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" and others are the updated versions of more popular tunes that the fab four made famous.

The most important factor for all the artists involved was that none of the tracks are affiliated with the RIAA, or any of the major recording labels. This is good news for the digital age and download generation as the big guys will not be knocking on your door with their hand out if you happen to download any of the tracks.

For more information and media on Meat Dbeatles Vol. 1 visit their website. PR Created and Distributed By MuzikReviews.com

Contact: Tracy Feldman DMusic 432 Tulpehocken Ave, Elkins Park, PA 19027 215-885-3302 meatdbeatles@gmail.com Website: [http://www.meatdbeatles.com] Buy Link: [http://meatdbeatles.com/index.php/where-to-buy]

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The most important factor for all the artists involved was that none of the tracks are affiliated with the RIAA, or any of the major recording labels. This is good news for the digital age and download generation as the big guys will not be knocking on your door with their hand out if you happen to download any of the tracks.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 28, 2009 at 5:00 am
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