In the UK, the re-release of The Beatles’ Abbey Road in early autumn led the national hit parade. And now, interest in this chic box with a bunch of additional material has not dried up. Why is this fact not pleasing to me?
Omniscient statistics attest: this happened 49 years 252 days after the record came down from first place. “It’s hard to believe that Abbey Road still holds on after all these years,” Paul McCartney tweeted. The Beatles broke their own record: the album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band “break between the first places in the British charts was 49 years 125 days. Continue reading