He can't resist squeezing in more songs. Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" receives its due as the best pop song ever written and he rightly raves about the violin solo on Mary Margaret O'Hara's "Body's In Trouble". The book ends with his favourite tracks of 2002, which range from Ms Dynamite to Linda Thompson, showing that unlike most of ours, his record collection keeps on growing. If anything will convince you that pop music can make life worth living it is this book and Nick Hornby's straightforward rapture: "I can hear things that aren't there, see and feel things I can't normally see and feel".
Winner of the Action Camera Pro 720HD from Digital Speedos is:
John Davies. Runners up who will sent a booklet are Timothy Riach, Rob Bellingham, Russell Roberts, Chris Scott, Paul Fawcett, Rod Barr and Adam Pederick
Winners of tickets to the Ace Cafe London Stunt Festival & Streetfighter Show are:
Dave Jones, Julie Hansford, Graham Barnard and David Taylor
Winners of tickets to the Beaulieu’s Motorcycle Ride-In Day were:
Geraint James, Steven Bone, Kym Russell and Mark Sparshott
Winners of tickets to the Barflys Rally were:
Melissa Fathers and Ali Fanstone. The runners up who is sent a booklet is Julie Green
Winner of tickets to the Billing Biker Bash were:
Mick Blakeley, Pete Gentry and Rita Thom
Winners of tickets to Haynes International Motor Museum were;
The discography of English  alternative music singer/songwriter Badly Drawn Boy (real name Damon Gough ) includes eight studio albums (including two soundtracks), one compilation, six extended plays and twenty-one singles. The first EP and several singles were released on Gough's own label "Twisted Nerve", which he started with like-minded Manchester musician Andy Votel . Badly Drawn Boy rose in popularity in 1997 when he joined the likes of Thom Yorke , Richard Ashcroft , and Mike D on the celebrity-filled UNKLE album Psyence Fiction . Due to the mild UK chart success of the 1999 single "Once Around the Block", XL Recordings signed up Badly Drawn Boy to release the debut album The Hour of Bewilderbeast in 2000. The album won critical praise and Britain's acclaimed Mercury Prize for Best Album. The album caught the attention of author Nick Hornby who then asked Gough to score the film being made for his book About a Boy .