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    Wed, 12 Oct 2016 13:02:04

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    Lego has unveiled a new Yellow Submarine set, which includes miniature figures of The Beatles. That's right, now you can take John, Paul, George, and Ringo on your own underwater adventure. The set will be available on November 1st for $60. The company also included a short video featuring The Beatles and their Yellow Submarine in an adventure on their YouTube page. Watch it below.

    CNET reports, "The set was first announced in June as part of the Lego Ideas crowdsourcing platform -- a website that has featured proposed fan ideas for future Lego sets including those for Star Wars bobbleheads and Voltron.

    "Designer Kevin Szeto created the Yellow Submarine idea that won the company's pick, who according to Lego wanted to show his affection for the group through this Lego tribute that will now actually manufactured and sold in stores."

    This weekend, Paul McCartney is set to play weekend 2 of the Desert Trip festival. Last weekend, Paul and Neil Young shared the stage for what was the height of the weekend for many, Rolling Stone reported, "Their choice of material was the Lennon-McCartney classic "A Day in the Life," which later shifted into John Lennon's anthem "Give Peace a Chance." Both McCartney and Young were all smiles sharing the stage, then tore into the raw Beatles oddity "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" leaving room for Young to set his guitar aflame with a joyfully ragged solo, a searing moment likely to be remembered long after this weekend."

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    10.12.16



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