Complete UK Hit Albums 1956-2005

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9780007205325: Complete UK Hit Albums 1956-2005

The most complete guide to every artist and album that has ever charted in the UK Album chart, with details on over 14,800 albums and biographies on every one of the 3,180 acts that have appeared since the chart first started in 1956.

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Graham is currently A&R Manager at Pickwick records. He has held a number of prominent posts in the record business over the last 25 years and is regarded as the oracle by most of the industry. He spends every Monday updatting his records to cover the new UK chart and ensuring he knows more than anyone else about the new acts that have appeared. He is also a keen football supporter.

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