The Beatles are a group of people who went through an incredible amount of grief in the early years of the 21st century.
It’s not as if their legacy lives on in the pop culture, but it does.
The Beatles were, arguably, the most successful rock band in history and are widely considered to be the most important musical group in the history of music.
They created a musical genre that has helped shape modern pop music.
But, their legacy was also tainted by drug abuse and suicide.
The group’s career, and those of many other pop artists, suffered greatly in the 1970s.
They suffered from a drug problem that left many of their peers in the band in a state of denial.
They lost some of their greatest fans to drug addiction, depression and suicide — including singer Ringo Starr, who committed suicide in 1978.
The Beatles died of natural causes in April 1980.
It was a tragic time for the band, and their legacy as an icon of pop music is forever tainted by the death of their frontman, Paul McCartney.
They are one of the most influential and iconic musical artists of all time, and in the years following their death, it is still widely believed that they had no regrets.
Here are the most popular Beatles songs from their 40s and 50s.