Sergeant pepper

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  • Sergeant Pepper Album
    • Ater the release of the album on 1 June 1967, it spent the remainder of the year at number 1 in the UK.
    • The BBC banned ‘A Day in the Life’ because of the phrase "I'd love to turn you on"; with the BBC claiming it could "encourage a permissive attitude towards drug-taking
    • The crowd screaming at the start of "With A Little Help From My Friends" at the start at one of their concerts at the Hollywood Bowl.
    • at the end of 'A Day in the Life', there is a high pitched frequency wave resonating whilst the talking is going on.
    • more than 700 hours were spent recording the album
    • A TV commercial for Kellogg’s Corn Flakes inspired Lennon's Good Morning Good Morning
    • In 2008, the bass drum skin on the front of the album was sold at auction for €670,000
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