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This is pop music's most authoritative and indispensable resource for the inside story behind every song to top the best-known, most respected record chart in the world, Billboard's Hot 100. Fred Bronson talks to the artists, songwriters, producers, and label executives responsible for creating the biggest hits from 1955 right up to today. Chart fans all over the globe depend on Bronson to keep them up-to-date on the latest facts and figures.
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