The full Beatles studio back catalogue goes online on Christmas Eve across the world of music streaming sites.
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It's official: The Beatles are coming to iTunes for the very first time, with their entire back catalogue being made available to users of the music store.
Apple is set to make a series of major iTunes-related announcements today, with rumours circulating that The Beatles' back catalogue is finally set to arrive on the service.
Today sees the launch of not one, but two major music products celebrating the ongoing popularity of The Beatles – with both MTV/Harmonix/EA's Beatles Rock Band game and the fab four's entire remastered back catalogue on CD on the shelves.
Harmonix, MTV Games and Electronic Arts today revealed the first details surrounding The Beatles: Rock Band Limited Edition Premium Bundle
Apple Corps, Ltd., Harmonix and MTV Games, a part of Viacom's MTV Networks, today announced the 9/9/09 worldwide release of The Beatles: Rock Band. The music-based video game, an unprecedented, experiential progression through and celebration of the music and artistry of The Beatles, will be available simultaneously worldwide in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and other territories for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation3 computer entertainment system and Wii home videogame console from Nintendo.