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NOW That's What I Call A Quiz: Puzzle Your Way Through Sixty Years of Pop

Michael Mulligan

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Perfect for music lovers of all ages, the NOW That's What I Call Music Quiz Book is jam-packed with puzzles to get your toes tapping to the last 35 years of pop music!

Do you know your power ballads from your punk anthems? Can you identify the dons of dance, or the professors of pop? The NOW That's What I Call Music Quiz Book will put your music knowledge to the test as you puzzle your way through the last thirty five years of pop's most memorable hits - and a few of the biggest flops!

Since the release of the first NOW album in 1983, NOW That's What I Call Music has been home to the most iconic artists and biggest hits of the last three decades - as well as the chart-topping one hit wonders that you thought you'd long forgotten!

Jam-packed with questions on everything from the anthems of the summer to Christmas number ones, from hip hop to rock and all the way back again, the NOW That's What I Call Music Quiz Book is the perfect challenge for music lovers everywhere. Guaranteed to get your brain whirring and your toes tapping!

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Michael Mulligan

Michael Mulligan was born on the outskirts of Southend-on-Sea, in Essex, which is where he purchased his first single, 'School's Out' by Alice Cooper. As a teenager he'd buy as many as five music newspapers each week (when there were such things) and would gauge the growth of his music knowledge by his ability to finish the crossword puzzle.

Shortly before NOW That's What I Call Music Volume 17 was released he got a job in his local record shop. For the next twenty-five years he worked in all manner of music retailers, and more recently he has been a consultant for record labels, mining their archives for overlooked gems.

Michael once made Kylie Minogue laugh, and has the photographic evidence to prove it. Though it is entirely possible she was just being polite. He lives in north London with two cats, a patient and indulgent wife and a 'no way too large' record collection.

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