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This is the bible for all popular music fans.
With its unique format, featuring complete discographies, biographies and histories - plus catalogue ordering numbers, chart positions and recommended listening - The Great Rock Discography crams in all the facts and figures you'll need - and gives informative and opinionated pieces on recommended listening and band histories.
From the Stone Roses to the Rolling Stones, Steeleye Span to Steely Dan, ABBA to AC/DC, The Popes to The Pogues, Green on Red to Deacon Blue, Heaven 17 to Richard Hell, Buffalo Tom to the Cowboy Junkies - The Great Rock Discography has everyone you need to know about (and many that you'll never have heard of).
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"It's a killer tome... this one can be safely filed under unbelievable."About the Author:
MARTIN C. STRONG has been researching and compiling discographies for around 25 years, among them The Great Metal Discography, The Great Alternative and Indie Discography, The Great Psychedelic Discography and, of course, The Great Rock Discography and The Essential Rock Discography. He is currently working on the second installment of Lights, Camera, Soundtracks which focuses on classical soundtracks and film scores. He lives in Falkirk, Scotland.
BRENDON GRIFFIN has worked sporadically on the Great Rock Discography series since the late 90s. His work has also appeared in Songlines and Record Collector, and he's a regular contributor to HMV Choice. When not fielding exacting calls from Martin, he's often wandering abroad for Rough Guides, contributing to the West Africa, Central America, Bolivia, Spain and Portugal titles, and writing Spain: 25 Ultimate Experiences. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife Erika.
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