The Beatles Likely To Get Five Albums In The UK Album Chart Top 20

The Fab Four's reissues have been in demand since Wednesday's releases

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The Beatles are likely to score at least five Top 20 hits in the UK album chart on Sunday (September 13) after releasing remastered versions of their catalogue on Wednesday (September 9) according to data issued by the Official Charts Company (OCC).

The Beatles released digitally remastered versions of 12 albums including “Abbey Road”, “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, “Revolver”, “Rubber Soul”.

The OCC have said that The Beatles are also likely to have 15 albums in the UK Top 75, predicting that “Abbey Road” and “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” would be the highest placed reissues.

The Beatles also released ‘The Beatles – Rock Band’ video game this week.

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