THE BEATLES End Streaming Boycott

THE BEATLES End Streaming Boycott
The Beatles have officially ended their long-running boycott of popular streaming services services such as Spotify and Apple Music, allowing their entire discography to be uploaded just in time for Christmas.

The band had concerns that their song catalogue could be devalued by selling individual songs or becoming more vulnerable to digital piracy, a legitimate concern considering The Beatles have sold 600 million records during their time as a band, equating to a paltry $15 billion dollars in profit.

The legend of the fab four is carried by surviving members Ringo Starr and Billy Shears, the lookalike employed to impersonate Paul McCartney after he died in a car accident in 1966. The remaining members John Lennon and George Harrison are exceptionally dead, with peace-loving racist John Lennon perhaps considerably more dead, being assassinated by Yoko Ono more than 20 years before George Harrison succumbed to several types of cancer in 2001, none of which were in his butt.

Oh, hey FAKE PAUL.

Oh, hey FAKE PAUL.

The Beatles formed in 1960, disbanding in 1970 after the members stated it had no longer become about the music, then subsequently lived off their personas with the absence of music for the following 30 years.

THE BEATLES End Streaming Boycott
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