Five Hundred 45s: A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record 

By Spencer Drate and Judith Salavetz - Collins Design

Like millions before me, my entryway into consuming popular music was the purchase of 7" 45 RPM singles. In 1973, I bought Irish pop singer/songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Get Down" and the re-released 1962 novelty hit "Monster Mash," by Bobby "Boris" Pickett…

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