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Saturday, 8 May 2010

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A Day In The Life Of A Life In The Day

London, England - Sir Paul McCartney said today that he is about to release the sequel to one of the greatest albums of the 20th Century. The album is called 'Mjr Salt and His Lovely Darts Pub Band' and it was created during the same recording sessions for 'Sgt Pepper'. The album is described as "absolutely incredible" by the few people who have heard it.

"John and the rest of us lads always wanted 'Sgt Pepper' to have a sequel." said Sir Paul. "We couldn't decide on a release date, so John picked up an almanac and chose a random date in the future. The date John put his finger on was May 10, 2010. It used to seem like a long time away...time sure flies when you're stoned." said the stoned ex-Beatle. He lit up his tenth joint of the day and puffed away.

Sir Paul said that 'Mjr Salt' was designed to be a mirror image of 'Sgt Pepper'. He said the music can be thought of as a "sort of inside-out and backwards version of 'Sgt Pepper'".

"John used to think of music as a solid object when he was writing musis. All the songs on 'Mjr Salt' are meant to be surrealistic reflections of 'Sgt Pepper'--if you can imagine it." said the very stoned ex-Beatle.

Song titles include 'A Life In The Day', 'Somewhere Man' and 'She's Coming Home', as well as the title track 'Mgr Salt's Lovely Darts Pub Band'.

Sir Paul began rolling his eleventh joint of the day, and then discovered something terrible. He had accidentally used the only existing tape of 'Mgr Salt' to roll the joint. He smoked the joint anyway, and 'Mgr Salt' went up in smoke.

"Oh well, I'm sure everyone will be sad for a bit. Too bad all that great music is now lost forever. John always said I was stupid!" he laughed, as he puffed away some more on the joint.

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