To understand how The Beatles got so big, you have to trace back their roots and see where it all began. Going back to the birth of the band members, we are taken to Liverpool in England. Liverpool was regarded as a very dirty and low place by many of the people that liv...
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...nd the permission that The Beatles gave to those who followed was a tremendous one. The generations that followed The Beatles continued their legacy and we are still living in their echo, but through innovation and revolutions of our own we are changing the music everyday. I believe that there won’t be any band that will come close to The Beatles and their invasion of the world. I know that I can personally thank The Beatles for their contribution, because without them I wouldn’t have the music that I have today.
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