How many number one hits did the Beatles produce?

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The Beatles had a total of 27 number one hits in the United States. They also had 17 number one hits in the United Kingdom.

The Beatles produced many number one songs, including "I Want to Hold Your Hand," "She Loves You," "Get Back," "Let It Be" and "We Can Work It Out." The band's hit "Hey Jude," released in 1968, topped the charts for a total of nine weeks. This is the longest amount of time that any Beatles hit remained at the number one rank. The Beatles released over 240 songs, and there are songs that remain unreleased, such as a 27-minute version of "Helter Skelter."

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