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The Beatles' songs were streamed more than 50 million times in the first 48 hours after they made their song catalog available to music streaming services last week. After boycotting sites like Apple Music and Spotify for years, the band finally began allowing their music to be streamed starting on Christmas Eve. According to The Daily Mail, the web analysis site BrandWatch found that 65 percent of those listeners—at least on Spotify—were millennials under the age of 34. They probably think "Hi-Fi" is a type of Internet connection (that joke was from your dad, who is currently listening to Abbey Road on vinyl).

Sources: The Daily Mail | Rolling Stone