Spotify has revealed the 10 most streamed tracks by The Beatles over Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, following their introduction to the streaming service at Much to fans' delight, the endless bickering over the definitive Beatles track might have now found some conclusion: Spotify has released a list of the Top 10 tracks streamed both globally and in the UK, with the grooves of 'Come Together' topping both lists. What's sure to generate a little conversation amongst more dedicated followers is the revelation that Spotify users are naturally more attracted towards the band's earlier, livelier work; particularly in the UK, where 'Twist and Shout', 'Love Me Do', and 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' nabbed top spots. So, that can officially shut down any arguments over the band facing any kind of irrelevance in the face of modern pop. Come Together 2. Hey Jude 3.
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Before The Beatles, you had pop music and you had art; after The Beatles, the idea that you could get both in a single three-minute shot—a mirror of a similar shift in painting and visual art—became commonplace, even expected. They were around for 10 years, and the culture has been reeling ever since. Sign In. The Beatles. Top Songs See All. Essential Albums See All.
The Guardian released a list of the 30 most popular tracks from the moptopped foursome so far, so click through this gallery to find out what they are and where they rank in the top downloaded songs. Appearing on the album of the same name in , this track has been covered by artists ranging from Jimi Hendrix to U2 to Bill Cosby. If you want to learn more Beatles trivia, click here for our gallery of fab Beatles facts. According to the Guinness World Records, the song was covered seven million times in the 20th century. Initially, Lennon, Harrison and Starr did not want the song to be released on an album, while McCartney disagreed. The track was still released as a single in the USA, despite their protest, but it took ten years for it to be released as a single in the UK in Yet another song to appear in the iTunes Top twice, the song from the album of the same name was released as a single in as a single. The title track for both the film and album, the song was also released as a single, which stayed in the number one spot for three weeks in both the UK and US. It was also, at the time of release, the longest single to ever reach the top of the UK charts clocking in at over seven minutes long.
Hey Jude topped that particular list you can see it at the end of this piece. Come Together 2. Let It Be 3. Hey Jude 4. Love Me Do 5. Yesterday 6. Here Comes The Sun 7. All You Need Is Love 9.