We Could Have Been the Wombles: The Weird And Wonderful World Of One Hit Wonders

  • Title: We Could Have Been the Wombles: The Weird And Wonderful World Of One Hit Wonders
  • Author: Tom Bromley
  • ISBN: 9780141017112
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Solid and generally amusing overview of UK chart "one-hit wonders", mainly from the 70s through to the end of the 20th Century, with some outliers. The author's a couple of years younger than me so his frame of reference is similar to mine, which helps.However, whoever was proofing and fact-checking this book (and I read the "revised"edition) appears to have had the afternoon off when they were going through the second half of the book. This so annoyed me I made a list of what I picked up as wro [...]

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    2. Good fun, though obviously Brit-centric - this Australian was startled to find Men at Work and Midnight Oil classed as one-hit wonders

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    3. - from early oddities such as the Singing Nun's "Dominique" and Joe Dulce's "Shaddup You Face", to "Video Killed The Radio Star"- heavily slanted towards British music, which was fine

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