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website for fans of The British music scene from the beginning of the rock 'n' roll era right the way through to the present day. It aims to inform about the world's fastest-moving and most vibrant music industry and promote it across the planet.

The site is non-profit making. There are no sponsors and no banner advertisements.

The database is a dream come true for professionals, music fans, and anoraks alike. It enables you to answer many types of questions which have, until now, been difficult to address.

  • List the hits of any artist (in date, chronological or alphabetical order).
  • Search for song titles - or titles containing a particular word or phrase.
  • List all of the tracks available during a specific period of time (monthly or more).

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Bet you dont look and see :) bet you not got everyone if you do you are the anorak lol


I think you find that yes, I do have every UK top 40 single from 1955 to 2008, which is when I stopped doing the top 40 on radio. Unlike new broadcasters, I have been in Radio for 25 years and used to do the top 40 every Sunday for 11 years.

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