The Riff
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The Riff

The Greatest Recorded SCREAM in Rock History

Now that’s rock and roll.

A microphone in a recording studio.
Photo by Panos Sakalakis on Unsplash

In 1963, The Beatles made a splash by singing “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah,” upsetting the British establishment who hated hearing Americanisms in place of the Queen’s English.

Less than a decade later, The Who made a pretty big splash of their own with just one loud “Yeah.”




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Mark Ali

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I’m a writer, a photographer, a music lover, and a professional ice sculptor. I’m kidding about that last thing. (View my portfolio at:

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