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WPLJ'S (New York City) TOP ALBUMS OF 1979 PDF Print E-mail
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Jan 15, 2011 at 12:00 AM

WPLJ'S (New York City) TOP ALBUMS OF 1979

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  2-AT BUDAKAN-CHEAP TRICK-July                                              
  3-CANDY O-CARS-September                                                   
  4-MINUTE BY MINUTE-DOOBIE BROTHERS-April                                    
  5-GET THE KNACK-THE KNACK-August                                                
  7-IN THROUGH THE OUT DOOR-LED ZEPPELIN-September                           
  8-BLONDES HAVE MORE FUN-Rod Stewart-February                                
  9-PARALLEL LINES-Blondie-May                                              
10-A BRIEFCASE FULL OF BLUES-Blues Brothers-January                            
11-Dire Straits-April
12-Million Mile Reflection-Charlie Daniels Band-August                      
13-Rust Never Sleeps-Neil Young-September                                   
14-Desolation Angels-Bad Company-April                                      
15-The Long Run-Eagles-December                                             
17-Rickie Lee Jones-June                                                    
18-Discovery-Electric Light Orchestra-August                             
19-Kids Are Alright-The Who-August                                       
20-Look Sharp!-Joe Jackson-June
21-Armed Forces-Elvis Costello-March                                        
22-Head Games-Foreigner-October                                             
23-Tusk-Fleetwood Mac-November                                              
24-Back To The Egg-Paul McCartney & Wings-July                              
26-Double Vision-Foreigner-January
27-Van Halen II-May                                                         
28-A Wild And Crazy Guy-Steve Martin-January
29-Enlightened Rogues-Allman Brothers-April
30-The Jukes-Southside Johnny & Amboy Jukes-July
31-I'm The Man-Joe Jackson-December
32-Eat To The Beat-Blondie-November
33-Dream Police-Cheap Trick-October                                         
34-Low Budget-Kinks-August
36-Slow Train Coming-Bob Dylan-October                                      
37-Regatta de Blanc-Police-October
38-Shakedown Street-Grateful Dead-January
39-Fear Of Music-Talking Heads-October
40-Jackrabbit Slim-Steve Forbert-December
41-Damn The Torpedoes-Tom Petty & Heartbreakers-December
42-Sheik Yerbout!-Frank Zappa-April
44-Outlandos D'Amour-Police-April
45-Communique-Dire Straits-July                                             
46-Backless-Eric Clapton-January                                            
47-George Harrison-April
48-At Budakan-Bob Dylan-June
50-Some Girls-Rolling Stones-January
51-Stormwatch-Jethro Tull-November
52-Flag-James Taylor-June                                                   
53-Pieces Of Eight-Styx-January
55-Repeat When Necessary-Dave Edmunds-September                             
56-Live Killers-Queen-August                                                
57-Wave-Patti Smith-June                                                       
58-Better Than The Rest-George Thorogood & The Destroyers-October              
59-Freedom At Point Zero-Jefferson Starship-December
60-Living In The U.S.A.-Linda Ronstadt-January
61-Running Like The Wind-Marshall Tucker Band                                   
62-Bat Out Of Hell-Meatloaf-January
63-Labour Of Lust-Nick Lowe-August                                               
64-Fearless-Tim Curry-October
65-Lodger-David Bowie-July
67-Live! Bootleg-Aerosmith-January
68-McGuinn,Clark & Hillman-March
69-Alive On Arrival-Steve Forbert-March                                       
70-Flirtin' With Disaster-Molly Hatchet-December
72-Phoenix-Dan Fogelberg-March
73-"Live" Rust-Neil Young-January
74-Birth Comes To Us All-The Good Rats-July
75-Life For The Taking-Eddie Money-March  
76-First Under The Wire-Little River Band-September
77-Street Light Shine-Shirts-July
78-Night In The Ruts-Aerosmith-December
79-In The Eye Of The Sorm-Outlaws-December
80-Propaganda-Various Artists-July
81-Where I Should Be-Peter Frampton-August
82-In Concert-Emerson,Lake & Palmer-December
83-Who Are You-Who-January
84-Move It On Over-George Thorogood-April
85-State Of Shock-Ted Nugent-July
86-The Fine Art Of Surfacing-Boomtown Rats-December
87-Restless Nights-Karla Bonoff-October
88-Nicolette-Nicolette Larson-February
89-Squeezing Out The Sparks-Graham Parker & The Rumour-May
90-American Prayer-Doors-January
91-Three Hearts-Bob Welch-April
92-The Wall-Pink Floyd-December
93-Boogie Motel-Foghat-November
94-Comes A Time-Neil Young-January
95-Carolyne Mas-September

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