Historic record for the anniversary edition of the Abbey Road album of the Beatles at the top of British charts

                        The Beatles’ iconic album, Abbey Road, is once again at the top of the UK charts after 49 years and 252 record days, while fans around the world celebrate one of the most recognizable and sought-after albums of all time, fifty years after its release. The feat, which has been officially recognized as a Guinness World Record, has allowed Abbey Road to return to the top of the official charts of British albums for the first time since its first series of 17 weeks ended on 31 January 1970. The Abbey Road milestone extends the Beatles record, previously held by Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which dominated the charts in June 2017, after a gap of 49 years and 125 days. Paul McCartney said, “It’s hard to believe that Abbey Road is still going strong after all these years. But again, it’s a really cool album. ”       The Beatles celebrated Abbey Road’s birthday with a series of critically acclaimed and critically acclaimed birthday packs released by Apple Corps Ltd. on Friday 27. / Capitol / UMe. The 17 titles of the album were recently mixed by producer Giles Martin and sound engineer Sam Okell in stereo, surround 5.1 and Dolby Atmos, accompanied by 23 sessions and demos, most of which were unpublished. The release was accompanied by a new video clip for “Here Comes The Sun,” which contains photos from the Apple Corps archives, as well as photos and footage shot by Linda McCartney provided by Paul McCartney. Abbey Road’s birthday has also been observed around the world with events, pop-up stores and activities for fans in countries such as; Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States, including the celebration to rename the Los Angeles Vine Street passage outside the Capitol Studios building in Hollywood, have Patrick Stewart.         
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