The Beatles’ discography will be preserved for 1000 years in a doomsday vault.
THE BEATLES’ music will be housed in a doomsday vault for security throughout the next millennium.
During their famous career, which spanned 1960 to 1970, the Beatles released twelve studio albums and numerous more singles. To save the band’s legacy, their work will be stored in a “doomsday” vault.
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The Beatles’ music will be preserved in the vault for the next 1000 years (Via Billboard).
The structure will be built on an island near the planet’s North Pole in the extreme north.
It will also try to keep the music from the elements for the next ten centuries by using “future-proof digital storage.”
The Beatles’ work will be stored in a vault that is “nuclear and natural disaster resistant,” according to the journal.
Elire Management Group, the company behind the proposal, claims it will be “designed to withstand the kind of intense electromagnetic pulses that could follow from a nuclear explosion, which could irreversibly damage electronic equipment and cause havoc with digital files.”
However, the Beatles will not be the only musicians inducted into this cutting-edge vault.
The Elire Management Group is collaborating with the International Music Council (IMC) to choose the “most treasured and loved” music from history.
“This is about conserving the future of music by keeping these archives of the past,” the IMC president added.
In Spring 2022, the first collection of music will be inducted into the vault.
Given their iconic stature, it’s hardly unexpected that The Beatles’ work is being preserved.
They have won a stunning number of honors despite just being in the music industry for about ten years.
With estimated sales of more than 600 million units worldwide, the Fab Four continue to hold the distinction for being the best-selling music act of all time.
Furthermore, with 15 number-one albums on the UK Album Chart, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr hold the record for the most number-one albums.
With 20 entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States, they also have the most number-one hits.
“Brinkwire Summary News” said that the band split up in 1970, which was marred by reported fights and infighting between the members.