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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

Look Back: Radio Hits March 1965

The British Invasion was in full swing as many of these acts shared the spotlight with U.S. pop and soul singers. No surprise who was #1

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Look Back: Radio Hits March 1977

Top 40 radio featured plenty of rock artists but the sounds were a bit softer. Bob Seger and Kansas had their first hits. Check out the list

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Look Back: Top Radio Hits 1973

The Allman Brothers Band had their biggest pop hit. Elton John scored four. Jim Croce had two #1s, one posthumously. A great blend of pop, R&B and rock were the top radio hits of 1973

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March Madness on Top 40 Radio 1970

The Beatles’ influence was all over the Top 40 this week, joined by big hits from the Jackson 5 and Bobby Sherman. Thought of Frijid Pink lately?

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Look Back: Radio Hits March 1972

A prominent songwriter had a #1 hit with a borrowed song. Listeners were confused by a tune they thought was Neil Young. And T. Rex’s only U.S. hit.

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Look Back: Radio Hits February 1967

On the US Top 40 this week were British Invasion hits by the Spencer Davis Group, Herman’s Hermits, The Beatles and The Stones.

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Look Back: Radio Hits February 1976

The Eagles, Aerosmith and ELO each scored one of their many career hits. Eric Carmen and Paul Simon had the biggest solo singles of their careers

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Look Back: Radio Hits February 1977

Songs by some of the biggest names in rock including the Eagles + Steve Miller topped the chart. Fleetwood Mac released Rumours, making them superstars

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Look Back: Radio Hits February 1965

A boatload of British Invasion hits led the way including a Kinks favorite. A diva scored a career hit. Check out the novelty song and see what was #1…

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Look Back: Radio Hits January 1969

We’ve got some fun facts and great videos of hits from The Doors, BJ Thomas, Tommy James, Sly and the Family Stone, and more

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