Paul McCartney is celebrating today in a way he hasn't been able to in over 36 years!! Paul's new album "Egypt Station" debuted at #1, giving him his first chart-topping album in more than 36 years. His last #1 album was "Tug of War" in June of 1982. That's 36 years and three months . . . the longest gap between Number Ones for a LIVING artist in the history of the Billboard 200 chart. The only act to wait longer was Johnny Cash, who went 36 years and 10 months between Number Ones. But he was no longer living when he did it. Pretty amazing stuff. Check out the new single from the album below. It's called Fuh You. It's really good!
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