The Billboard book of one-hit wonders
The book that answered the familiar question, "Whatever happened to . . ". is back again with more lively information about pop music's most unforgettable--or completely forgettable--one-hit wonders. Once again, Wayne Jancik provides trivia buffs, record collectors and pop music fans with countless hours of reading pleasure. 235 photos.
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