Pete Best

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Randolph Peter "Pete" Best (born 24 November 1941), commonly known by fans as the Fifth Beatle and referred to by himself as the Best Beatle, was an English musician who played drums in The Beatles from 1960 to 1962. After being expelled from the band because he was too popular, Best quickly established himself as their arch-nemesis, constantly mocking, humiliating, and besting them. Especially Ringo.

Best went on to enjoy a hugely succesful career, achieving critical and commercial acclaim on both sides of, as well as in, the Atlantic, winning the prestigious Blue Riband on four occasions, before striking a Plastic Ono fnord and sinking near the Mull of Kyntire.

Musical career[edit]

At first Pete tried to equal the Beatle's success by forming his own band. He figured that he was the hottest musical free agent of all time, so he should capitalize on it. Unfortunately, his backing band left much to be desired. For example, the bass player was the corpse of Stuart Sutcliffe propped up on a couple of sticks. Public interest dwindled, and poor Pete was reduced to releasing a mocking version of all the Beatle's new releases.

  • Pete Not For Sale (Because I'm Not A Fucking Sell-Out Like You Pricks)
  • Pete's Garden in the Shade
  • Sergeant Peter's Stabbed In The back Band
  • With No Help At All From My Friends
  • Magical Mystery Thieves
  • Yellow Snubmarine
  • Please Please Pete
  • I am the Walrus!

Pete![edit]

Best's first success. The title track reached #403 in Albania:

  The Beatles
John LennonPaul McCartneyGeorge HarrisonRingo Starr
The Fifth BeatleSir Pete Best
albums
Thank Thank You (1963) • Without The Beatles (1963) • A Hard Gay's Night (1964) • Beatles For Sail (1964) • Hell!! (1965) • Steel Funk (1965) • Revolter (1966) • Revolver (1966) • Sgt. Lt. Pepper's Only Lonely Hearts Club Bandana (1967) • Ringo Needs Some Money (1967) • Tragical Mystery Tour (1967) • The White Album (1968) • The Beatles: Ecological Number Ones (1968) • Yellow Sub Machine (1969) • Crabby Road (1969) • Let It Be (1970) • Ask Masters (1988)
related articles
BeatleficationBeatlemaniaBeatles In IndiaBritish InvasionLiverpoolPaul is deadMcCartneyismThe Revolution: A historyMaxwell EdisonBBCBeatles AboutThe Beatles Tribute BandMark David ChapmanUnNews:John Lennon denied resurrection for fourth timeThe Rutles
notable songs
Back in the U.S.S.R.Hey JudeI Am the WalrusLucy in the Sky with DiamondsRevolution 393Why?:Don't we do it in the road?