Rock music experts have expressed surprise and dismay at discovering just how few people have purchased all 100 albums that they say everybody must own.
A new survey suggests that only 0.13% of British households possess the entire collection of essential "long-players" whilst it's estimated that a mere 1 in 23 households possess even the minimum requirement of Revolver, Pet sounds, Dark Side of The Moon, The Bends, Thriller, The Joshua Tree, Blonde on Blonde, Ziggy Stardust, and one PJ Harvey album. Shockingly, some households are now known to possess no recordings whatsoever of any popular music, news that has been described by some as "chillin' ".
Leading rock journalist Tom Why? says "Clearly the message isn't getting through and the long-term fallout for the nation could be.....well, let's just say that the implications are real. I don't mind admitting that we who reside in the music media community are seriously concerned. And bloody annoyed"