Top of The Pops - Charts

Who’s ruling the airwaves and selling music? Here is where you can find out who and what is hot in the marketplace and look back on what the big buzzes and blockbusters were this week in the past.

‘Nothing’ Atop CKLW Top 40 in 1974

There was a whole lotta nothing in the Top 10 this week in 1974 from midwest powerhouse AM signal CKLW.

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KHJ Los Angeles Was Rolling 50 Years Ago

The Top 10 songs 50 years ago on KHJ Los Angeles featured big hits from Bob Dylan and The Beatles and no less than 5 songs performed by the same musicians. How can that be?

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Superstar Reissues Top 8/7 Street Pulse Sales Chart

Three superstar reissues take the top sales slots plus 10 other classic rock acts are in the Top 50.

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Classics & Neo-Classics Hot on 6/29 Street Pulse Vinyl Chart

Old-school style soul singer Leon Bridges is at #1 with his Sony Music debut, Coming Home. In the Top 20 are classic rockers like The Rolling Stones (two albums), Pink Floyd (Dark Side of The Moon) and The Beach Boys (Pet Sounds).

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Classic Acts & Rockers Rule on This Week’s Street Pulse Sales Charts

What’s hot at record retailers this week? James Taylor takes #1 (the first of his career)

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‘Sticky Fingers’ Tops Street Pulse 6-15 Sales Chart

A little over 44 years since it first hit stores, the reissue of Sticky Fingers by

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Classic Rockers Move Units on Street Pulse Sales Chart (6/8/15)

It’s a classic rock week in record stores with The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Creedence

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MMJ’s The Waterfall is Top Vinyl Disc at Austin’s Waterloo Records

My Morning Jacket tops the best-selling vinyl albums chart this week at Waterloo Records in Austin, TX. The city’s psychedelic pioneers The 13th Floor Elevators bounce back from the past at #6.

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White Stripes Top Record Store Day Best Sellers List

Record Store Day sales figures find a strong showing for both rock music and vinyl.

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Street Pulse Top 50 Sales Chart (6/1/15)

Here’s what’s selling at indie record stores as of June 1, with Alabama Shakes, Mumford & Sons plus Frank Sinatra in the Top 10.

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