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Paul McCartney booked to play The Apocalypse

Fans of music and doomsday prophecies were celebrating last night after God confirmed that he had booked the former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney to be the closing act at the end of mankind.

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Posted: Jun 7th, 2012
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Jesus retracts ‘bigger than the Beatles’ comment

Jesus H Christ, spiritual guru and star of church services and warm toast, has been forced to back down after comments that he is more popular than the Beatles right now.

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Posted: Oct 23rd, 2010
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Small Japanese woman associated with murdered pop legend claims she’s an artist ‘in her own write’

A diminutive Japanese woman who once had a relationship with a member of a world famous Liverpool pop group claims she would have achieved celebrity status even if she hadn’t been associated with a member of the famous pop group.

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Posted: Dec 4th, 2009
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Beatles videogame error rewrites songs

A programming error in the Beatles: Rock Band, the videogame which enables gamers to play along with the music of their heroes, has resulted in changes to millions of music CDs — fans shelling out GBP9.99 for a newly released re-master of Rubber Soul will in fact be listening not to Paul McCartney and John Lennon’s voices but the out-of-tune shoutings of Roy Christie and Steve Forbes, two middle-aged gaming enthusiasts from Norwich.

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Posted: Sep 14th, 2009
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Sergeant Pepper disqualified from all time Top 100 Albums after testing positive for drugs

clearly away with the fairiesThe The British Phonographic Institute has officially disqualified The Beatles seminal 1967 album Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band from its list of the 100 greatest albums of all time. The ban follows new evidence that band were taking performance enhancing drugs during its recording. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have issued a joint statement apologising for the deception. ‘It was a hugely competitive time for everyone in music, and regrettably we gave in to peer-pressure. We have brought shame upon the British music industry and the whole nation.’

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Posted: Mar 19th, 2009
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