Refab Four: Beatles for Sale in the Age of Music Video
The millennium approaches, and we have witnessed the second coming — of the Beatles. The group as a whole has been resurrected (after a fashion) and, in particular, John Lennon — he who said the Beatles were more popular than Christ and who sang ‘they’re gonna crucify me’.
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