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Final War - A Day In The Life Of... album

Final War - A Day In The Life Of... album Performer: Final War
Title: A Day In The Life Of...
Style: Punk, Oi
Date of release: 2008
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1652 mb
Size FLAC: 1794 mb
Rating: 4.1

A Day in the Life is an album by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery that was released in 1967. It reached number one on the Billboard Jazz album chart and number 2 on the R&B chart. It also reached number 13 on the Billboard 200. The single "Windy" became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at number forty-four. After recording for Riverside and Verve, Montgomery signed with A&M. His renditions of pop hits were played regularly on Top 40 radio.

Expanded with previously unreleased session recordings, video features & special packaging.

A Day in the Life’ – that was something, John Lennon told Rolling Stone in 1968, setting up a classic bit of understatement. 2. A Day in the Life was the first song recorded for what was intended as a concept album about childhood in Liverpool. Following the sessions for Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane – which found Lennon and McCartney, respectively, looking back to their Liverpool childhoods – the band gave some thought to doing an album that fleshed out those themes of growing up in what had become England’s most famous port city. Having acted in Richard Lester’s How I Won the War in September of the previous year – he started writing Strawberry Fields Forever while on location – Lennon penned the lines, I saw a film today, oh, boy/The English army had just won the war.

Lyrics to "A Day In The Life" song by The Beatles: I read the news today, oh boy About a lucky man who made the grade And though the news was rather s. .I saw a film today, oh boy; The English army had just won the war A crowd of people turned away But I just had to look Having read the book. I'd love to turn you on. Woke up, fell out of bed Dragged a comb across my head Found my way downstairs and drank a cup And looking up, I noticed I was late. The final chord was produced by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Mal Evans playing three different pianos simultaneously with George Martin on a harmonium. The loop of studio noises with Paul McCartney saying "Never could see any other way" was constructed in a funny way so that vinyl discs would play it constantly in the run-out groove making an impression that something is wrong with the record.

Stahlhelm - Dawn of the Final Day. 4:50. Kate Campbell - Faces In The Water. Hellish War - We are living for the metal. PRISM - Living For The Daylight 2:29. Raymonde Joe - Our Final Days Almost Complete.

I read the news today, oh boy. About a lucky man who made the grade. And though the news was rather sad, Well, I just had to laugh I saw the photograph. He blew his mind out in a car; He didn't notice that the lights had changed. A crowd of people stood and stared, They'd seen his face before, Nobody was really sure if he was from the House of Lords. I saw a film today, oh boy; The English army had just won the war. A crowd of people turned away, But I just had to look, Having read the book

A Day In The Life – that was something. The lyrics of A Day In The Life also allude to the novel on which the film was based, written by Patrick Ryan and first published in 1963. The middle section ("Woke up, fell out of bed") was an unfinished song fragment written by Paul McCartney, its practical earthiness providing a perfect counterpoint to Lennon's languorous daydreaming. It was another song altogether but it happened to fit. It was just me remembering what it was like to run up the road to catch a bus to school, having a smoke and going into class. And, as was mentioned above, about why ADITL ended the album instead of the SPLHCB reprise. Why didn’t SPLHCB and the reprise bookend the album?, etc. Of course, with no internet and none of the books having been written yet there were a lot of facts that later proved wrong.


A A Day In The Life Of...
B War Machine


  • Drums – Tom
  • Layout, Design – HRH Productions
  • Vocals, Guitar – Roy


Songs taken from the album "We speak the truth" originally released in 2004.
Limited to 275 hand-numbered copies.
A side appears as side O
B side appears as side C

The first 10 copies had color font on the cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): CRITAKILL-001-A,
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): CRITAKILL-001-B,

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CRIT001 Final War A Day In The Life Of... ‎(7", Ltd, Num) Critakill Records CRIT001 UK 2008