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Recorded in 1971 but not released until 1977, Thrillington remains one of the most enigmatic entries in the storied McCartney discography. Credited to the pseudonym Percy “Thrills” Thrillington, a fictitious socialite whose activities were chronicled in UK newspaper ads, Thrillington was actually a fully reimagined instrumental lounge/jazz version of Paul and Linda McCartney’s RAM.

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Anonymous says:

It’s not rock and roll, but I like it.

Anonymous says:

RAM 2.0: Orchestral When I was enjoying “RAM” in 1971, I had no idea that Paul McCartney (as ficticious socialite “Percy Thrillington”) had also produced its orchestral companion, and I never did know it until now. I rarely look into instrumental music, except sometimes a little classical, but when I heard about this, because I like “RAM” so much, I played the samples for this album. I was resistant, but I could not get it out of my head. So here I am. McCartney made me “think outside the box” with this…

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