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Rejected Beatles audition tape appears at auction

The Beatles, shown in an undated photo, dominated the VH1 survey with a total of five albums.

The Beatles, shown in an undated photo, dominated the VH1 survey with a total of five albums.

The Beatles, shown in an undated photo, dominated the VH1 survey with a total of five albums.
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Copies of the Beatles albums 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Heart's Band' and 'Revolver' lie on a mosaic circle with the word Imagine to honor deceased Beatle John Lennon in New York December 8, 2005. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Copies of the Beatles albums 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Heart's Band' and 'Revolver' lie on a mosaic circle with the word Imagine to honor deceased Beatle John Lennon in New York December 8, 2005. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Copies of the Beatles albums 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Heart's Band' and 'Revolver' lie on a mosaic circle with the word Imagine to honor deceased Beatle John Lennon in New York December 8, 2005. REUTERS/Keith Bedford
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