Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach posted a tweet in which he claimed he couldn’t understand what was going on in the Beatles documentary without using subtitles.

In November 2021, a documentary series titled ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ was released on Disney+ as a three-part miniseries. Directed and produced by Peter Jackson, it focuses on the making of the Beatles’ 1970 album ‘Let It Be,’ which the band considered naming ‘Get Back.’

‘The Beatles: Get Back’ features never-before-seen exclusive footage and audio material, which were initially going to be used in a 1970 documentary of the album with the same title. As the docuseries was intended to be a feature film, it now has a runtime of nearly eight hours.

According to Sebastian Bach’s recent tweet, the musician also watched the ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ documentary. In the tweet, he thanked Peter Jackson for the ‘masterpiece’ and said it’s more than astonishing to see how the Beatles’ created their music like a reality show in 2022.

Upon seeing the tweet, one of his fans asked Sebastian to share his favorite moment. Bach revealed that it was ‘The Long And Winding Road.’ Following that, the musician suggested his fans watch the docuseries with the subtitles on as he couldn’t understand what they were saying due to their British accent.

Sebastian Bach’s tweet read:

“Thank you, Peter Jackson, for the masterpiece ‘The Beatles: Get Back,’ a movie that defies the mind. Listening to this music all my life & then seeing how it was created like a reality show in the year 2022 = more than astonishing how this exists! What Dad would have given to see this…”

One of his fans then asked:

“Favorite moment?”

As a response, Bach said:

‘The Long And Winding Road.’ Get back. John Lennon saying ‘f*cking’ right all the time. John Lennon putting his knees under his T-shirt and hopping around like a crazy frog. George Harrison quitting the band and rejoining. Pissing off the cops. Peace and love.”

In another tweet, he continued:

“By the way, I recommend watching ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ with the subtitles turned on! I had them off for about half and couldn’t really understand what they were saying. I turned on the subtitles & it was a hundred times better. Now I got to go back and watch it again, and I can’t wait.”

You can check out the tweets below.