Beatles Week on MusicRadar

To celebrate the release of The Beatles: Rock Band, The Beatles remastered box sets, the (almost) 40th anniversary of Abbey Road and the fact that it's 46 years, 3 months and 3 weeks since the Fab Four's first UK number one, this week is Beatles Week on MusicRadar.

Of course, we don't need an excuse to dedicate a whole eight days (think about it...) of the MusicRadar calendar to the Beatles. The group were arguably the biggest thing to ever happen to pop music and The Beatles continues to influence most rock bands around today. This, of course, you'll have read many times before.

However, what you won't have read are any one of the fab features we're posting this week - the most conclusive review of the new remasters on the internet to name but one. We've also got interviews, tutorials, video and more and we'll be adding every day - so bookmark this page to make sure you catch all of MusicRadar's Beatles Week coverage.

VIDEO: The best Beatles covers you've never seen!

How to get The Beatles' sound in software

Alan White from Yes: What The Beatles mean to me

POLL: The greatest Beatles song ever is...

Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick on Abbey Road

Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora: what The Beatles mean to me

POLL: The greatest Beatles album ever is...

REVIEW: The Beatles: Rock Band

VIDEO LESSON: Learn the Day Tripper riff

REVIEW: The Beatles remastered 1963-66

REVIEW: The Beatles remastered 1967-70

Aerosmith's Joe Perry: what The Beatles mean to me

Ask MusicRadar: what's the greatest Beatles song?

FIRST LOOK: The Beatles' remastered box sets

More Beatles features from our sister sites

Beatlemania is back! Photos of The Fab Four in exhibitions and books

(Via: PhotoRadar)

The Beatles: Rock Band review

(Via: CVG)

The Beatles: Rock Band review

(Via: GamesRadar)

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