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Beatlemania returns

By Elizabeth Kirkwood  

Beatlemania has been given a new lease of life—as if that was needed?—following a flurry of Beatle-related releases, including their first computer game and the launch of their digitally remastered albums. No doubt both events will get fans and fanatics of an older generation chatting about how the legacy of the Beatles should be “preserved,” or in the case of the computer game, reinvented for a younger generation.

Aside from pillaging parents’ treasured record collections, from this Wednesday one surefire way…

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