anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay..QUIZ TIME!! 1. What was the British Invasion? Which famous group was a part of this movement? What impact did the group have on pop music? (think of an older british band...with guys.. xD)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
beatles
anonymous
  • anonymous
As in famous right now? What age group? Teenagers/adults/oldies.... lol the only British boy bands off the top of my head are The Wanted and 1D
anonymous
  • anonymous
im talking when the beatles first came out and all :p

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anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok lol...I was thinking the Beatles, but since no one replied to that I thought u meant new bands:P The Beatles are a legend :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Agreed lol :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
the british movement was when a bunch of british rock bands started comeing to america like the beattle, in fact rock and roll was creating in england
anonymous
  • anonymous
BEATLES lolz actually watchin yellow submarine rite now

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