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Friday, July 05, 2013

There will be an answer

What has been blanked out? Also, where would one give this statue?



Hint : Think pop music.



5 comments:

BASID K.S. said...

Eleanor Rigby

Harsh Agarwal said...

Eleanor Rugby
All the lonely people.

- Statuefication of the melancholy filled character in a song of the same name by the Beatles.

The statue found in Stanley Street, Liverpool.

No idea where one would give this statue, other than maybe while picking up rice in a church after a wedding. `

And for god's sake, man, don't ever call a Beatles song "pop music" again.

Kritin Gupta said...

Eleanor Rigby, "To All the Lonely People", and Liverpool are what was required.

Harsh Agrawal- The term "pop" music was coined to describe The Beatles' music. Pop music, an abbreviation of Popular Music, is music that,as the name suggests, has popular appeal. If The Beatles do not have popular appeal that I don't think anyone has.

Sadly, now, people use the term pop music for the music abomination called Justin Beiber.

Kritin Gupta said...

You could look up these links for more about pop music

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_music

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles#Genres

Harsh Agarwal said...

Thanks, I had no idea about that. Pop Music it is. Though I still prefer classic rock :)

Friday, July 05, 2013

There will be an answer

What has been blanked out? Also, where would one give this statue?



Hint : Think pop music.



5 comments:

BASID K.S. said...

Eleanor Rigby

Harsh Agarwal said...

Eleanor Rugby
All the lonely people.

- Statuefication of the melancholy filled character in a song of the same name by the Beatles.

The statue found in Stanley Street, Liverpool.

No idea where one would give this statue, other than maybe while picking up rice in a church after a wedding. `

And for god's sake, man, don't ever call a Beatles song "pop music" again.

Kritin Gupta said...

Eleanor Rigby, "To All the Lonely People", and Liverpool are what was required.

Harsh Agrawal- The term "pop" music was coined to describe The Beatles' music. Pop music, an abbreviation of Popular Music, is music that,as the name suggests, has popular appeal. If The Beatles do not have popular appeal that I don't think anyone has.

Sadly, now, people use the term pop music for the music abomination called Justin Beiber.

Kritin Gupta said...

You could look up these links for more about pop music

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_music

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles#Genres

Harsh Agarwal said...

Thanks, I had no idea about that. Pop Music it is. Though I still prefer classic rock :)