The Beatles have long been one of rock’s most enduring icons.
But as their iconic music has faded in the digital age, it has also become one of the most sought-after records in history.
With the album The Beatles Rock: The Album (released on Thursday) out in cinemas across the world, a team of historians and music fans are analysing the band’s legacy in terms of their legacy as rock legends.
They have done so by looking at the band itself, as well as the music, art and culture that came before.
The Beatles are an essential part of the music scene in this country.
They were part of a wave of British bands that broke away from the mainstream and were in turn inspired by artists like Elvis Presley, Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney.
In the early 1980s, the Beatles released The Beatles Box of Hits, which became one of Britain’s most famous records, and a soundtrack to the rise of the grunge and post-punk scenes.
It has been said that it took the Beatles only four albums to become rock’s biggest hit, but it was their follow-up The Beatles’ Rock: Complete Works that would change the world.
It was a big step up from their previous albums, but still a relatively small step compared with the subsequent pop, rock, country and indie music.
When the Beatles’ first album was released in 1966, the mainstream was already reeling from the Vietnam War, with people losing their jobs, families and homes.
The Beatles were a group that was not only accepting of the war, but in many ways embracing it.
Their biggest hit was “All You Need is Love”, released in 1967, which was the single that propelled the band to global success.
The song became a symbol of the Beatles, who were clearly the most popular band in Britain.
The band’s success is not only attributed to the record, but also to their live shows.
When it was released, the band performed “All you need is love” on stage on their debut album, but by the time of their second album, Live at Leeds in 1972, they were performing the song in concert.
By the time the Beatles returned to the studio to record their third album, The Great Escape, in 1977, they had become a hit in their own right, with the record selling 3 million copies in its first week.
“All the records that we made were the best ones,” John Lennon told Rolling Stone magazine in a 2014 interview.
“That’s the way we made them.”
The band were one of few bands to get a Grammy in 1977 for Best New Artist.
But the fact that they didn’t have a hit single was a problem.
“We had a very short career,” they told Rolling Stones magazine.
“But the fact we didn’t make a lot of money was just like, ‘Oh my God, that’s so unfair, we have a long career!'”
Their success also helped to pave the way for the Beatles to be a household name in the UK.
They would be recognised as such by the Queen, who famously awarded them a diamond ring.
But it wasn’t until 1977 that The Beatles had a hit hit.
In 1974, The Daily Telegraph described the album as “the first major hit the Beatles ever recorded, and the first to sell more than 10 million copies.”
The Rolling Stones are the most successful British rock band of all time.
The band had three number one albums, four number 10 albums and a number nine album that went on to sell a staggering 30 million copies worldwide.
While The Beatles rock’n’roll is famous in the US, the British music scene has always been home to some of rock ‘n’ roll’s greatest hits.
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The Beatles are the only band to have two Number 1 albums.
Their first, Love Me Do, sold over 5 million copies and their second, Live At Leeds, sold 3.5 million copies.
As rock’s first pop band, The Rolling Stones were hugely influential on the rock scene, as they influenced artists such as Paul McCartney and Elvis Pressey, aswell as bands such as the Eagles and Black Sabbath.
They were the first rock band to release two studio albums in a row, the debut and the third, Rock n’ Roll.
The second studio album, Rock N’ Roll, was released on January 4, 1978.
It would be the first album to feature Paul McCartney as lead singer.
“He was one of those people who was an artist with a very clear sense of what he wanted,” John Simon said of the man who would become one the band the Beatles.
“He would not be an artist who would make music for people who were more like him than others.
He was an entertainer.
He would not play music to people who didn’t like it.”
But for many years, the rock’ny rock