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Some said it couldn't really be happening; that it was just publicity. And the fabulous Beatles proved them wrong. Others said they couldn't last more than a month or two; that nobody could hang on to that kind of fame. The Beatles, of course, proved them wrong too. Then when their first movie was released, and even the critics liked it, people began to wonder if all those Beatle fans hadn't really discovered something after all.

But you, the Beatles' fans, knew all along. You knew that the Beatles really do have a style and a sound like there's never been before. And it's simply because you like them (and they like you) that this fantastic success story has happened, and continues to happen more and more all the time.

And now here's what you've been waiting for -- a new Beatles album with all new Beatles songs. These are the new favorites by the four boys who have proven themselves to be the biggest favorites of all. Here's The Internet Beatles Album!

Eight Days A Week
Hello, Goodbye/I Am The Walrus was released in the US on this day in 1967. Check here for more of today in the lives and careers of The Fab Four.

Do You Want To Know A Secret
A Reference Library of Beatles related articles from the pages of the rec.music.beatles newsgroup, including Beatles history and trivia.

I Should Have Known Better
       Many grotty misconceptions about the Beatles are held by the general public. This proves a few of them are bogus.

Rock And Roll Music
Rock and Roll songs the Beatles covered early in their career, the records the Beatles listened to the way we listen to Beatles records.

Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
The fascinating story of how an antique circus poster became a popular rock and roll song, with the help of John's imagination.

The Ballad Of John And Yoko
In a 1995 radio interview, Yoko Ono discusses John's artwork, Sean, her experience doing Mad About You, and how she feels about the Beatles.

Fixing A Hole
      Explore a dark period in Beatlemania, as John tries to fix things with the American public after being quoted that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus.

Every Little Thing
What's Paul's middle name? Find out how fab you really are with the Internet Beatles Album Trivia Game.

Only A Northern Song
A research tool exclusively on the Internet Beatles Album. Search a special Beatles Lyrics Database to find out what song or songs contain a certain word or phrase.

I've Just Seen A Face
Never-before published pictures of the Fab Four taken by Beatles fans just like you.

Please Mr. Postman
Want to write to your favorite Beatle? This is a list of the addresses of the Beatles and some Beatles Fan publications.

The Internet Beatles Album was Produced in Hollywood
This album was last re-mixed on August 1, 2011

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