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  1. Not the easiest book to get hold of, but a bit of internet searching led me to the author's own website, where I was able to order and pay via PayPal. The layout is a variation of that which has been used by chart statistic books for several decades. Artists are listed in alphabetical order, and then their chart successes are listed under singles, albums and DVDs. There are loads of other tables - biggest hits per year, number ones (an obvious list, but it's not in the latest British book!), etc etc. Home grown (NZ) chart-toppers are highlighted (Hey Baby by the La De Das being the first, in 1967), although the Gremlins' Coming Generation was the second biggest hit of 1966 despite only making #2 on the weekly charts. A worthy addition to my collection, although probably of little interest to the rest of the BGO community!
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