HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 4, 2001 -- There’s no stopping the Fab Four. For the fourth week in a row, the Beatles have held on to the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s album chart, selling 451,253 copies of “1” in post-holiday sales, according to SoundScan data. In some bad news for boy band fans, the Backstreet Boys slipped seven spots to No. 9 with 171,071 copies of “Black & Blue” sold. Sales of their latest album dropped dramatically from the week before when they moved 724,000 units during the Christmas holida
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