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The Beatles are now on iTunes

Posted in iTunes by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Just like we told you yesterday, the Beatles are now on iTunes. You can find the Beatles page live right now. It looks like the entire catalog is available in a $149 box set complete with iTunes LP content, and there’s also a few videos.

Steve and Yoko must be friends now. As a bonus the “Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964” video will stream for free for the rest of the year. Beatles fans are very happy today.

Yellow Submarine tea infuser is how the Beatles drink tea

Posted in Kitchen Gadgets by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

In the psychedelic world of late sixties Beatles, you can easily see one of them using this thing to make tea that will later be stirred by a Blue Meanie. Perfect for when you are in an Octopus’ garden having tea in the shade.

Tea infusers are usually metal though, aren’t they? Is this even safe? If I drink of this tea will I suddenly be transported to Pepperland? See Lucy in the sky with diamonds? Is the Walrus really Paul?

New content Coming to The Beatles: Rock Band tomorrow

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on November 16th, 2009

Music games are still doing well and the most recent version of Rock Band is The Beatles: Rock Band. The game has proven to be popular and MTV and Harmonix are set to launch the second DLC pack for the game tomorrow.

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The new DLC content will hit the Xbox 360 tomorrow and the PS3 on November 19. The new content is the Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band. The content will be available per song for $1.99 each or as an entire album.

The Beatles’ Catalog on Limited Edition USB Stick

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 4th, 2009

The Beatles' Catalog on Limited Edition USB StickApple Corps and EMI are finally offering up a legal way to grab digital Beatles tracks. The Apple-shaped stick you see above has FLAC and MP3 versions of the new CD set, which includes all the band’s music re-mastered in stereo.

FLAC quality is 44.1Khz 24 bit, and MP3 is 320 Kbps. Only 30,000 of these USB Sticks will be made, so you better grab one on November 8 when they go on sale for $280 (You can pre-order). The stick costs $60 more than the CD set, but you get “all of the re-mastered CDs’ visual elements, including 13 mini-documentary films about the studio albums, replicated original UK album art, rare photos and expanded liner notes.”

The Beatles: Rock Band special edition console

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band special edition consoleOh Special Edition Beatles Rock Band Xbox 360, I want to hold your hand. Uh, controller. This Xbox 360 console is a beauty. I don’t care if the walrus was Paul or John, I just want this. Even though it would cost small fortune.

Proceeds from the auction will go to Doctors Without Borders. This rare Xbox 360 was custom made to honor the Fab Four and will go on sale this holiday season on eBay. Each console will be numbered and come with illustrations straight from the intro for “The Beatles: Rock Band.”

The Beatles: Rock Band limited edition pricing and details

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 16th, 2009

The Beatles: Rock Band limited edition pricing and detailsMTV Games, Harmonix and EA have come forward with some info today just to tease you until the 09.09.09 launch. Apparently the Limited Edition Premium Bundle will include the game, a Höfner Bass, a microphone, microphone stand, some “additional special content” and… Beatles-inspired, Ludwig-branded Rock Band 2 drums, with a pearl finish and vintage replica Beatles kick drum head.

The bundle is scheduled to launch worldwide this September, with US price of $249, Europeans will pay €199 and those in the UK will pay £179. As an added and lame bonus, North American and European fans who pre-order any version of the game will be eligible to join the The Beatles: Rock Band Pre-Order Club and “receive breaking news and access to exclusive game elements including art and behind-the-scenes footage directly from MTV Games and Harmonix.”

The Beatles come to Rock Band

Posted in music by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2009

The Beatles come to Rock BandFans of both The Beatles and Rock Band have reason to get excited. Very excited. Are you sitting down? MTV Games and Harmonix have just announced a partnership with Apple Corps, Ltd. to bring the band’s music (and instruments) to the Rock Band universe.

The game will apparently premiere with a set of new hardware “modeled after instruments used by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr throughout their career.” If you ceck out the site, there’s a holder page up with a launch date of September 9th, but as soon as we get more info, we’ll pass it on.

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