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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

Radio Hits May 1967: Look Back

The airwaves were filled with some great pop vocals this week including two songs that paid tribute to other greats in their genre

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Top Radio Hits 1969: Look Back

As the decade came to a close, rock acts joined R&B artists for an amazing array of future classic rock greats, and a Broadway musical yielded 4 smash hits

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Top Selling Albums May 1981: Look Back

MTV was still 3 months away as 2 huge albums from AC/DC, were joined at the top by LPs from Styx, The Who, Winwood and REO

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Top Radio Hits of 1971: Look Back

It was an amazing year for music as rock, pop and R&B shared the airwaves. Solo hits from 3 former Beatles, joined 2 songs called “Superstar” near the top. What was #1?

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Radio Hits of April 1970: Look Back

Days before four students were shot and killed at Kent State Univ., radio listeners were blissfully listening to these songs

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Top Selling Albums of 1968: Look Back

Three acts had multiple albums among the year’s biggest, several of which are a vital part of any classic rock collection

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Radio Hits April 1969: Hair, There and Everywhere

The hippie counterculture musical Hair was a Broadway smash and had 2 huge singles this week. There were also hits from The Zombies, Glen Campbell + Blood, Sweat & Tears

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Top Radio Hits in 1982: Look Back

Songs by Fleetwood Mac (group and solo), Joan Jett, Journey and Rod Stewart were among the biggest Top 40 hits as was a certain smash by Survivor

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Radio Hits in April 1971: Look Back

Songs from the Grass Roots, Marvin Gaye, Three Dog Night will bring you back. And when’s the last time you heard “Chick-A-Boom”?

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Top Selling Albums in April 1976: Look Back

In a month when Apple Computer was formed, the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Peter Frampton were dominating the US sales charts

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