The Rough Guide to Cult Pop

The Rough Guide to Cult Pop

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This new Rough Guide is devoted to pop music, the tacky, catchy yet enduring music we grew up listening to when we should have been listening to something more profound. We celebrate the hits, the singers, the impresarios and the songs which have made up the soundtrack to our lives. So come along pop pickers, put on your blue suede shoes (or your tartan trousers or puffball skirt, it's your call) and take a stroll down Electric Avenue. Not aarf! Features include: bull; The Stars A celebration of those performers, from Robbie Williams to Andy Williams (and Madonna to Mungo Jerry), who have had us singing along or, in the case of Dean Friedman and Kajagoogoo, left us wondering what the world is coming to.... saucers did inspire Billy Lee Rileya#39;s Flying Saucers Rocka#39;na#39;Roll, notable because a) ita#39;s good, and b) Jerry Lee Lewis played piano on it. ... Catatoniaa#39;s Mulder aamp; Scully was better (No.3 in 1998); almost as good as the X-Files theme tune.

Title:The Rough Guide to Cult Pop
Author: Paul Simpson
Publisher:Rough Guides - 2003

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