How the world of music and fashion changed forever in 2017

When it comes to the future of music, it might be difficult to believe that the world hasn’t changed much since the beginning of the 21st century.

In fact, there’s no telling how far music and the fashion world have come in a few decades.

So in honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first album, we’ve put together a list of the most interesting moments from the past 100 years.

Here are some of the more surprising things we’ve seen in 2017: 1.

You might not recognize The Beatles from the 1950s.

The Beatles and the rest of the Beatles family first hit the stage in the 1960s.

By that time, the music business was already making a name for itself.

In the early 1950s, the group’s first single, “Hello, How are you?” sold 1.4 million copies.

It’s not a huge number, but the album still sold nearly 3 million copies when it was released in May 1962.

But by the time of their second single, 1967’s “Revolution,” it had already sold almost 5 million copies, according to Billboard.

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The band’s popularity in the 1950ing was huge.

At the time, rock and roll was just getting started, and the Beatles were still relatively unknown outside of their home country.

By the time they released their first record, 1967′s “Revolution 5,” they were already charting on the pop charts.

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The first album the Beatles recorded was a huge success.

The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and became the first Beatles album to sell more than a million copies and have a platinum certification.

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By 1962, the Beatles had already charted on the charts in the United States and Canada, which made them a big deal.

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In 1965, they recorded their second album, Rubber Soul.

That album sold more than 1.5 million copies in the U.S. alone, and it became the biggest selling album of all time.

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The group released their third album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, in 1970.

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They were nominated for two Grammys in 1971.

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And they were nominated again in 1974.

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They became the highest-charting group in the world by selling more than 100 million albums in a year.

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But it was still a very small part of the history of pop music.

The Rolling Stones became the most successful pop group in history with a hit album that reached No. 2 on the U, Canada and U.K. charts in 1980.

The next year, they went on to win seven Grammys and record their first No.1 hit.

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By 1988, The Beatles were back on the world stage with a Grammy-winning album, Help!

It was released on the label that had produced the band’s first two albums.

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Their first album was called Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts and a Half.

But that album wasn’t the band´s biggest hit.

The LP reached No, 1 on Billboard’s pop singles chart and peaked at No, 4 on the album chart.

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It was the first of five Sgt. Pee-Wee albums that followed.

The last one, Sgt, Peppers Crazy Legs, reached No., 4 on Billboard charts.

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They continued to tour regularly, winning two Grammy Awards in the 1980s.

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And in 1991, the band released the last of their albums.

It sold more albums than any other band to date, and they still had more albums to come.

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It is estimated that more than 70% of the population of the world has never heard of The Beatles.

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They won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance in 1980 for “Hey Jude.”

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The record industry paid them a reported $150 million for their performance.

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The song “Hello,” from their 1967 album, was the single most popular song of all-time.

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They recorded their first movie, The Day the Earth Stood Still, in 1962.

It won a Best Picture Oscar and was nominated for three Oscars.

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They released their second studio album, Abbey Road, in 1964.

It had more hits than any Beatles album, including “The Long and Winding Road.”

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They signed a major recording deal with Universal, and The Beatles became the third-most-watched movie in the history for Universal.

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They collaborated with producer Bob Dylan, who wrote and recorded their two studio albums, Abbey Roads and Let It Be. 24.

They broke up and reunited for a reunion tour in 1966.

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They reunited for another tour in 1970 and recorded another studio album with Dylan, Sgt., Peppers and Lennon and McCartney.

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They appeared in several movies, including the film The Man Who Knew Too Much, which was released two years after their last album.

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They made their first video for the song “Sgt.