The 100 Best Australian Albums

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Hardie Grant Publishing, 2011 - Music - 256 pages
Australian music has a proud, colorful, and successful history. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Australian rock and roll, this collection names the best 100 Australian albums, telling the story behind each album, its place in the artist's career, and its impact on the world stage. New interviews with the artists and producers are featured. Inviting fans to compare their personal favorites and even inciting debate, this collection honors a history worth fighting over.

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About the author (2011)

John O'Donnell is a long-standing member of the Australian music industry. He is the former music editor of Rolling Stone (Australia) and cofounder of Juice Magazine. Craig Mathieson is a music journalist, editor of Juice Magazine, and author of Hi Fi Days and The Sell-In. Toby Creswell is an Australian music journalist and pop-culture writer. He was editor of Rolling Stone (Australia) and cofounder of Juice Magazine, and is the author of Too Much Ain't Enough.

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