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Top 1000 Albums of All Time
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Encompassing many facets of pop, rock and jazz, this book assesses 1000 albums and is divided into listings of between ten and 250 for various genres and areas of interest, together with a single "top…
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The complete text of the United States Constitution, including all of the amendments. This inexpesnive pamphlet edition is sure to be prized by Americans of all ages.
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Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman (Captain Underpants, #5)
George and Harold are having a normal kind of week. Yesterday they found out they were going to flunk fourth grade. Today they've created an evil, super-powerful monster. The Wicked Wedgie Woman is on…
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The Adventures of Captain Underpants (Captain Underpants, #1)
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Inside Out: A Personal History of Pink Floyd
Here, for the first time, is the story of Pink Floydfrom the inside out. With 116 million albums sold worldwide and 25 years on the pop charts to their credit, Pink Floyd is one of the most successful…
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