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Bubblegum: The History of Plastic Pop
From Fabian to Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Monk

 
Our Price: $20.00
By Nick Brownlee (au)
Year: 2003
Pages: 167
Binding Paperback
ISBN 1860745121

Product Code: 1422368343

Description
 
From Fabian to Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Monkees to Milli Vanilli, manufactured bands have dominated the pop charts for 50 years. This is the story of the hapless artists & all-powerful Svengalis who created them, how they hit the top & then plunged to obscurity almost overnight. Here’s the real story behind pop’s biggest names -- the star who couldn’t sing, the no-hopers who became million-sellers, the wannabes who shouldnotabeen. Reveals the tricks of the trade, direct from the mouths of men responsible for the hype & hysteria. Spanning the birth of rock ‘n’ roll to today’s phone-in chart-toppers, this book is an essential addition to any music fan’s collection, & an invaluable manual to anyone who dreams of being tomorrow’s pop idol today. Photos.

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