Saturday, January 15, 2011

The Beatles touched the mark of 5 million music sales on iTunes

 
It has been two months since the launch of Beatles on iTunes yet the Beatles are making significant development and records at the relam of the digital music. According to the iTunes representatives about five million tracks and about more than one million albums by the Fab Four has been sold out worldwide and globally. According to the Entertainment Weekely notes about 2 million of those songs and about 450,000 are been sold out in the first week alone. According to the reports of the Associated the present best selling Beatles album in the US is Abbey Road and the top song there is “Here Comes the Sun”

The music of Beatles at last arrived on iTunes just left out November after a decades-long dispute that prohibited the catalog from being sold through the music service. Now, about all 3 of the band’s re-mastered studio albums there appeared on the site, with mix of the   “Past Masters” set and the “Red” (1962-1966) and “Blue” (1967-1970) compilations. In Meantime, the Beatles’ music is yet has to catch up as a popular form of the digital files, the band’s works there too remained sustain as in old-school formats. As result of Consequence of Sound points out, Nielsen SoundScan reports showed that in 2010, Abbey Road was the best-selling album as on the second year in a row.

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