British-invasion sentence example

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  • Until the British invasion of Afghanistan in 1839, the club of Mahmud and the wood gates of Somnath were preserved at the tomb of the great conqueror near Ghazni.

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  • Their first single was a song written by fellow British invasion artists Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, but it was a flop.

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  • The boys' carefully crafted image of 60s influenced British invasion bands created another selling point.

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  • The Echoes played the most popular British invasion hits of the day, which suited Joel fine as he had decided, like so many others, that he wanted to be a rock musician after seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show.

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  • They are also alternatively linked in with British Invasion Two bands (the MTV video bands of the 1980s) and New Wave bands.

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  • One of England's best known musical imports outside of the Beatles, Pink Floyd came about in 1965 as a psychedelic, "stoner" rock band part of the British Invasion.

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  • This song wasn't the Fab Four's first single, but it was their first single to go number one in the US, heralding the start of the so-called British Invasion.

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  • The original British invasion band, The Beatles began their domination of the charts in 1963 and continued throughout the decade and many more to come.

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