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Beatles Dominate Charts

Apr. 11, 1964 - One week after the Beatles dominated the Top 5 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the Fab Four today peppered the U.S. singles chart with 14 records on three different labels. Previously, the highest number of concurrent singles by one artist on the Hot 100 was nine by Elvis Presley on December 19, 1956. The 14 songs are these:

“Can’t Buy Me Love” (#1)

“Twist and Shout” (#2)

“She Loves You” (#4)

“I Want to Hold Your Hand” (#7)

“Please Please Me” (#9)

“Do You Want to Know a Secret” (#14)

“I Saw Her Standing There” (#38)

“You Can’t Do That” (#48)

“All My Loving” (#50)

“From Me to You” (#52)

“Thank You Girl” (#61)

“There’s a Place” (#74)

“Roll Over Beethoven” (#78)

“Love Me Do” (#81)

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