After deciding to pause touring in 1966, the Beatles created an album called Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in 1967 which was inspired by their unique extravagant lifestyle. This album was a turning point for pop culture in the 1960s and musical development because of its extreme difference to any other album released. Their dedication in the studio for the duration of the album allowed them to experiment with new forms of mixing technologies such as the Mellotron. Resultantly, they created new sounds that had previously never been discovered and bizarre lyrics that pushed the boundaries of what was accepted as classic rock. The album’s concept aims to illustrate the life of Sergeant Pepper’s band, an alter ego played by the Beatles as a symbol of musical experimentation. Songs that embody the concept and deviation of their classic rock style are ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’ and ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ because of their representation of the albums concept through double-tracking along with extraterrestrial melodies and lyrics, including the bell sounding organ produced by the Lowrey Organ and the words “With tangerine trees and marmalade skies”, both elements of ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.’