Duffy, Thom
December 2005
Billboard;12/24/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 52, Special section p1
Trade Publication
This article introduces the annual review of Billboard of music and concert tours in 2005, which includes over 220 individual music charts through more than 30 categories. Analysis by Billboard writers and editors accompany the charts.


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