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By  pjmommy  |  19

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  36591951  |  19

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  wallandpiece  |  19

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  chell1894  |  19

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  Shenanigans9  |  19

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  CharresBarkrey  |  19

71 is correct. If you've ever seen their live show videos, and when they first came to the U.S, their welcoming was even bigger than the boy bands today. And that's what they were back then: A boy band. Teenage girls went crazy over them.

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  NakMuayAdam  |  19

I don't believe that OP's colleagues are branding OP as an idiot simply because OP doesn't know of the band, but of their historical significance that goes along with said band.

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  JustThatGuy_  |  19

Yeah, there were only the 275 songs they wrote, the 169 individual ones that were covered, and the fact that 'Hey Jude' sold over eight million copies as a single going for them, eh? Not much to them to be honest(!)

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