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The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles [Paperback]

Jonathan Rice , Tim Rice , Paul Gambaccini
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***** - The definitive chart anorak book -- Q Magazine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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The Ultimate "Bible of Pop"
Weighing in at a massive 544 pages, the new 13th edition of The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles is the biggest ever.

Now published annually, this new edition contains information on date of entry, label catalogue number and peak position for every hit single since the charts began in 1952. More than 7,000 acts have a place in the book, and the Top 500 of these now carry a mini biography. In addition to the regular facts and statistics there are in-depth articles reviewing the year's pop news, gigs, awards, the American scene and Eurovision.

This edition also contains the considered opinion of 30 hitmakers and DJs on what they regard as their favourite single of the 20th Century. Phil Collins, Shania Twain, Jay Kay and Pete Townshend are just some of the stars talking exclusively to The Guinness Book of British Hit Singles about the hits that, in some cases, changed their lives. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Author

What was the ‘Hit Parade’ and is now ‘The UK Singles Chart’ celebrates it’s 50th birthday on November 14th 2002. In honour of this milestone and acknowledging the charts importance as an essential thread running through popular music, our Book of British Hit Singles, which itself reaches 25 years of chart action, celebrates with a very special gold edition and some very special features and interviews.

- David Roberts. Editor, British Hit Singles. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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