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The Beatles are now on TikTok.

Fans of the iconic Liverpool band – which was comprised of the late John Lennon and George Harrison, and surviving customers Sir Paul McCartney, 79, and Sir Ringo Starr, 81 – now have a selection of 36 tracks from their back again catalogue to decide on from to soundtrack their clips on the online video-sharing app.

The hits consist of ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Love Me Do’, ‘The Lengthy and Winding Highway,’ ‘I Want To Maintain Your Hand’, and ‘Eleanor Rigby’.

In the meantime, it was not long ago exposed that the ‘Penny Lane’ group pretty much sacked George and prepared to replace him with Eric Clapton after the guitarist briefly remaining the band.

The news arrived from unearthed interviews with John recorded in January 1969.

In the tape, he states: “[Harrison is a ]festering wound and we allowed it to go further and we did not even give him any bandages.”

The ‘Imagine’ hitmaker then goes on to advise that his position in the world-renowned band be taken by fellow guitarist Eric Clapton, 76.

He extra: ‘I think if George doesn’t arrive back by future 7 days we ask Eric Clapton to enjoy.’

The revelation arrived from extra than 120 hrs of unheard audio and 50 hrs of unseen footage made when a fly-on-the-wall film was shot by director Michael Lindsay-Hogg all through the rehearsing and recording of what grew to become the Fab Four’s final album ‘Let It Be.’

The recordings are to be utilized as element of a new documentary to mark the 50 years that have handed due to the fact their remaining album achieved variety one in the charts.

The 3-aspect Television documentary titled ‘The Beatles Get Back’ is produced by Peter Jackson, the Oscar-winning director of films these types of as ‘King Kong’ and ‘Lord of the Rings.’

The documentary is scheduled for launch on Disney+ in November.

Former drummer Ringo teased that it reveals” the band have been just “lads laughing and fooling around” in their ultimate times, irrespective of their notorious acrimonious break up in 1970.