The Beach Boys took a break from their 50th anniversary tour to perform acoustic versions of their classic pop tunes at the Rolling Stone studio. After the set, the band explained that they've been trying to please all of their fans and represent everyone in the band – past and present – on their reunion tour. "There's just so many songs from so many eras, but there's some that we can't do without," says Mike Love. "I don't think we could do a show and not do 'Good Vibrations,' and 'Kokomo' is a big crowd pleaser too."
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