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Lost Beatles Song to Be Released
The three remaining Beatles have announced plans to release a lost track that was discovered among the studio recording for the Yellow Submarine sessions. The song dates back to 1968 when the soundtrack was recorded in the Abbey Road Studios in London.

Although mums the word on the song title at this point, we do know that none other than the late John Lennon will be the one on lead vocals. The song in question spans about three minutes and will be released as a single this summer along with a new "revised" version of the Yellow Submarine album and new version of the animated film of the same title. This will be the first studio album by the fab four to be remastered. The single as well as the movie and soundtrack will be part of the "Beatlennium Project".  Expect a London tribute concert to coincide, as well as new "Yellow Submarine" merchandise and toys.

Unlike the the two new tracks from Anthology, where the remaining Beatles went into the studio and recorded using old vocals tracks of Lennon, this song is an authentic full recording from 1968. No new tracks will be laid down for it, it will be released as is.  "It's all from the Yellow Submarine sessions. John is singing on it. It is not a 'Free as a Bird' job. It is something that is already there. It's good stuff." states Beatles spokes person Geoff Baker. "It's a real rocker," according to Mr. Baker. 

Until an announcement of the title is made their are bound to be wild speculations concerning the song. Already Beatles fans online are excited while others warn that the new song might just be a redone version of an old Rock n Roll standard. 

In addition the London Sun Times reports that an unnamed source has stated "This will be the last ever Beatles single - there's nothing else."

Even as we head into the next century Beatlemania lives on.

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