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The first Beatles album in 25 years won't hit U.S. shelves until next week, but first-dibs stores in London -- where lines stretched around the block today -- report sightings of plenty of Americans who apparently didn't want to wait. Russians, Poles and Western Europeans also crowded among the Brits. "Live at the BBC," contains 56 songs recorded between 1962 and 1965, most before the Beatles' early stint in Hamburg, all available previously, but on scattered bootleg LPs. An extra: some Fab Four banter with BBC deejays.Post your opinion on theArts & Culturebulletin board.