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Top of The Pops (Charts)

Look back on what was ruling the radio airwaves and selling albums each week in the past

Top-Selling Albums July 1970: Look Back

Some of the era’s legendary names in classic rock had new releases – many of which are in your collection – at the top of the sales chart this week

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Radio Hits July 1967: No Need to Change the Station

The Summer of Love was in full swing and radio was playing hits by the Airplane, Grass Roots, one-hit-wonders Every Mother’s Son and Music Explosion. And, of course, Scott McKenzie’s big hit

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Top Selling Albums of 1970: What a Year!

Recordings made by some of the biggest classic rock artists of the era dominated the list of top-selling albums in the U.S.

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#1 Singles of 1966: Good Lovin’

Only one song stayed at the top for 3 weeks or more. And thus, no less than 37 singles reached #1 that year. Several musical acts had more than one

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The Nine #1 Albums of 1981: Take It on the Run

Each of the releases had a different story to tell. Many were from artists who had paid their dues for years. Others were from superstars returning to the top

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Prince Dominates Album Sales Chart

The anticipated rush for Prince’s music has arrived at retail and ecommerce sites. And the artist’s albums aren’t the only classic rock releases topping the charts

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