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  • Metalweb
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    6 Jan 79
    none listed

    13 Jan 79

    31 (-) Armed Forces - Elvis Costello (entered 20 Jan)
    32 (-) 1962-1966 - The Beatles (had already charted)

    20 Jan 79

    31 (-) Cruisin' - Village People (entered 3 Feb)
    32 (-) Destiny - Jacksons

    27 Jan 79

    31 (-) Three Light Years - ELO (entered 10 Feb)
    32 (-) Ghost Riders in the Sky - Slim Whitman

    3 Feb 79

    31(31) Three Light Years - ELO (entered 10 Feb)
    32(32) Ghost Riders in the Sky - Slim Whitman

    10 Feb 79
    none listed

    17 Feb 79

    31 (-) Reflections - George Hamilton IV
    32 (-) The Man - Barry White
    33 (-) Live Herald - Steve Hillage (entered 3 Mar)
    34 (-) No Mean City - Nazareth

    24 Feb 79

    31(re) Stranger In Town - Bob Seger
    32 (-) Look Sharp - Joe Jackson (entered 15 Sept)
    33 (-) At Budokan - Cheap Trick (entered 17 Mar)
    34 (-) Inflammable Material - Stiff Little Fingers (entered 10 Mar)

    3 Mar 79

    31 (-) Feets Don't Fail Me Now - Herbie Hancock
    32(33) At Budokan - Cheap Trick (entered 17 Mar)
    33(34) Inflammable Material - Stiff Little Fingers (entered 10 Mar)
    34 (-) Crusader - Chris De Burgh

    The Chris De Burgh album spent one week at official No.72 in 1986!

    10 Mar 79

    31 (-) Live (X-Cert) - Stranglers (entered 17 Mar)
    32(32) At Budokan - Cheap Trick (entered 17 Mar)
    33(re) Look Sharp - Joe Jackson (entered 15 Sept)
    34 (-) George Harrison - George Harrison

    17 Mar 79

    31 (-) Feel No Fret - Average White Band (entered 24 Mar)
    32 (-) Manifesto - Roxy Music (entered 31 Mar)
    33(33) Look Sharp - Joe Jackson (entered 15 Sept)

    24 Mar 79

    31(33) Look Sharp - Joe Jackson (entered 15 Sept)
    32 (-) Breakfast In America - Supertramp (entered 31 Mar)
    33(32) Manifesto - Roxy Music (entered 31 Mar)
    34 (-) Even Serpents Shine - Only Ones

    31 Mar 79

    31 (-) Living Inside Your Love - George Benson (entered 5 May)
    32 (-) Love Tracks - Gloria Gaynor (entered 7 Apr)
    33 (-) Very Best Of - Leo Sayer (entered 7 Apr)
    34 (-) Oneness - Carlos Santana

    7 Apr 79

    31(34) Oneness - Carlos Santana
    32 (-) Toto - Toto
    33(re) Even Serpents Shine - Only Ones
    34 (-) Lemon Popsicle Soundtrack - Various

    14 Apr 79

    31 (-) The Best Days Of My Life - Johnny Mathis
    32(re) Living Inside Your Love - George Benson (entered 5 May)
    33 (-) Angel Station - Manfred Mann's Earth Band
    34 (-) At The Chelsea Nightclub - Members

    21 Apr 79

    31 (-) Last The Whole Night Long - James Last (entered 28 Apr)
    32 (-) Fate For Breakfast - Art Garfunkel (entered 28 Apr)
    33 (-) Gladys Knight - Gladys Knight
    34 (-) LA - Beach Boys (entered 28 Apr)

    28 Apr 79

    31 (-) Outlandos D'Amour - Police (entered 12 May)
    32(re) At The Chelsea Nightclub - Members
    33 (-) Black Rose - Thin Lizzy ( entered 5 May)
    34 (-) Thanks But I'll Eat It Here - Lowell George





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  • Robbie
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    In theory, from the chart dated 02/12/78 there should have been fewer albums that made the NME Albums Breakers chart but which didn't make the BMRB chart as the latter chart increased in size from a top 60 to a top 75 from that week. However almost immediately one album did do that. Surprisingly the final Peter Cook and Dudley Moore album failed to chart on the BMRB listings. The previous two Derek and Clive albums (from 1976 and 1977) had both reached the top 20 on the BMRB listings.

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  • Metalweb
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    4 Nov 78

    31 (-) Comes A Time - Neil Young
    32 (-) Wavelength - Van Morrison
    33 (-) Expressions - Don Williams (entered 11 Nov)
    34 (-) Inner Secrets - Santana (entered 11 Nov)

    11 Nov 78

    31 (-) The David Essex Album - David Essex
    32(32) Wavelength - Van Morrison
    33 (-) Move It On Over - George Thorogood & The Destroyers
    34(re) Evita - Various

    18 Nov 78

    31 (-) 40 Greatest Hits - Elvis Presley (entered 25 Nov)
    32 (-) Killing Machine - Judas Priest
    33 (-) Give 'Em Enough Rope - The Clash (entered 25 Nov)
    34 (-) Disguise In Love - John Cooper Clarke

    25 Nov 78

    31 (-) The Singles 1974-78 - Carpenters (entered 2 Dec)
    32 (-) The Scream - Siouxsie & The Banshees(entered 9 Dec)
    33 (-) Heartbreaker - Dolly Parton
    34 (-) 52nd Street - Billy Joel (entered 13 Jan)

    2 Dec 78

    31 (-) Both Sides - Dolly Parton
    32 (-) Incantations - Mike Oldfield (entered 23 Dec)
    33 (-) Greatest Hits - Commodores (entered 9 Dec)
    34(32) The Scream - Siouxsie & The Banshees (entered 9 Dec)

    9 Dec 78

    31 (-) Greatest Hits - Steely Dan
    32 (-) The Cars - The Cars (entered 3 Mar)
    33(32) Incantations - Mike Oldfield (entered 23 Dec)
    34 (-) Derek & Clive Ad Nauseam - Peter Cook & Dudley Moore

    16 Dec 78

    31(33) Incantations - Mike Oldfield (entered 23 Dec)
    32(re) 52nd Street - Billy Joel (entered 13 Jan)
    33(31) Greatest Hits - Steely Dan

    23 Dec 78

    31(32) 52nd Street - Billy Joel (entered 13 Jan)
    32(33) Greatest Hits - Steely Dan
    33 (-) Totally Hot - Olivia Newton-John (entered 13 Jan)

    30 Dec 78
    no chart

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  • Metalweb
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    2 Sept 78

    31 (-) A Song For All Seasons - Renaissance (entered 16 Sept)
    32(32) Leo Sayer - Leo Sayer (entered 16 Sept)
    33 (-) L - Godley & Crème
    34 (-) Who Pays the Ferryman - Yannis Markopoulos (entered 9 Sept)

    9 Sept 78

    31 (-) TV Special - Elvis Presley
    32(32) Leo Sayer - Leo Sayer (entered 16 Sept)
    33 (re) FM - Various
    34 (-) Dream World - Crown Heights Affair

    16 Sept 78

    31 (-) Caravan to Midnight - Robin Trower
    32 (-) Parallel Lines - Blondie (entered 23 Sept)
    33 (-) Systems of Romance - Ultravox
    34 (-) Voyage - Voyage

    23 Sept 78

    31 (re) Evita - Various
    32 (-) B for Brotherhood - Brotherhood of Man
    33 (-) Big Wheels of Motown - Various (entered 30 Sept)
    34 (-) Road to Ruin - Ramones (entered 7 Oct)

    30 Sept 78

    31 (-) Rose Royce Strikes Again - Rose Royce (entered 7 Oct)
    32 (-) Even Now - Barry Manilow (entered 4 Nov)
    33 (-) Private Practice - Dr Feelgood
    34 (-) Solid Senders - Solid Senders

    7 Oct 78

    31 (-) Green Light - Cliff Richard (entered 21 Oct)
    32 (-) Never Say Die - Black Sabbath (entered 14 Oct)
    33 (-) Love Bites - Buzzcocks (entered 14 Oct)
    34(re) Systems of Romance - Ultravox

    14 Oct 78

    31 (-) Live Bursting Out - Jethro Tull (entered 21 Oct)
    32(re) Private Practice - Dr Feelgood
    33(31) Green Light - Cliff Richard (entered 21 Oct)
    34(34) Systems of Romance - Ultravox

    21 Oct 78

    31 (-) Living in the USA - Linda Ronstadt (had already charted)
    32(re) Stranger In Town - Bob Seger
    33 (-) Well Well Said the Rocking Chair - Dean Friedman (entered 28 Oct)
    34 (-) Wet Dream - Richard Wright

    According to a quote on Wikipedia this solo album from Pink Floyd keyboard player Richard Wright went "virtually unnoticed at the time."
    Seems a few people must have bought it though!

    28 Oct 78

    31 (-) Time Passages - Al Stewart
    32 (-) Barclay James Harvest XII - Barclay James Harvest
    33 (-) If You Want Blood You've Got It - AC/DC (entered 11 Nov)
    34 (-) Pieces of Eight - Styx

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  • Robbie
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    'Dire Straits' by Dire Straits certainly did take its time to catch on. It also took until 10 March 1979 to enter the top 30 part of the BMRB Albums chart though it did enter and re-enter the lower reaches of that chart several times before hand.

    Also interesting to see 'Grease' struggling in the Breakers for a couple of weeks though once again it did take a while to really get going with its lengthy number 1 run on the BMRB chart - 3 months from first entering the chart in fact. In July 1978 the film was yet to be released in the UK though of course 'You're The One That I Want' had taken off in a massive way well ahead of the release of the film.

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  • Metalweb
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    1 July 78

    31(re) War of the Worlds - Jeff Wayne (entered 8 July)
    32 (-) You're Gonna Get It - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (entered 15 July)
    33(re) Ruby Winters - Ruby Winters
    34 (-) Grease - Various (entered 15 July)

    8 July 78

    31 (-) Rock Rules - Various (entered 15 July)
    32 (-) Goodbye Girl - David Gates (entered 15 July)
    33(34) Grease - Various (entered 15 July)
    34(32) You're Gonna Get It - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (entered 15 July)

    15 July 78

    31 (-) World's Worst Record - Various
    32 (-) Dire Straits - Dire Straits (entered 10 Mar 79)
    33 (-) Harder Than The Rest - Culture
    34 (-) Love Me Again - Rita Coolidge (entered 19 Aug)

    22 July 78

    31 (-) Songbird - Barbra Streisand
    32 (-) Central Heating - Heatwave
    33 (-) Thank God It's Friday - Various (entered 29 July)
    34(32) Dire Straits - Dire Straits (entered 10 Mar 79)

    29 July 78

    31 (-) More Songs About Buildings and Food - Talking Heads (entered 5 Aug)
    32 (-) The Magic Flute of James Galway - James Galway
    33 (-) Fulham Fallout - Lurkers

    5 Aug 78

    31(re) Songbird - Barbra Streisand
    32 (-) Evita - Various
    33 (-) Can't Stand the Rezillos - Rezillos (entered 12 Aug)
    34 (-) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Various

    12 Aug 78

    31 (-) Sounds and Stuff Like That! - Quincy Jones
    32(34) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Various
    33(32) Evita - Various
    34 (-) The Essential Jimi Hendrix - Jimi Hendrix

    19 Aug 78

    31(31) Sounds and Stuff Like That! - Quincy Jones
    32 (-) When I Dream - Crystal Gayle
    33 (-) Shadow Dancing - Andy Gibb (entered 26 Aug)
    34 (-) Itchy Feet - Johnny Cash

    26 Aug 78

    31 (-) Summer Days and Summer Nights - Beach Boys (had already charted)
    32 (-) Leo Sayer - Leo Sayer (entered 16 Sept)
    33 (-) That's What Friends are For - Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams (entered 14 Oct)
    34 (-) Crown Heights Affair - Crown Heights Affair

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  • Passing_Strang
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    The very same thing happened with Devo and their cover of "Satisfaction" around that time also. Apparently, contrary to the myth, only the fact of the appearance on TOTP wasn't enough to make the song a hit, clearly there were other factors at play too.

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  • Metalweb
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    Shot By Both Sides only got to No.41 in the official charts - crazy, as it was one of the best singles of its era.

    It did get to No.27 on the NME charts....

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  • Passing_Strang
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    I've often read that Magazine were at No. 40 when they appeared on TOTP - after which the record dropped. Checked the performance on YouTube, nothing wrong with that to me. I wonder what was the reason...

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  • Robbie
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    'Real Life' by Magazine is an excellent album. In another thread at UkMix I mentioned a couple of days ago that the then drummer for Magazine (Martin Jackson) would later go on to form Swing Out Sister, which is quite a change in musical styles. Magazine performed 'Shot By Both Sides' on Top Of The Pops in February 1978 and Swing Out Sister made their TOTP debut in November 1986, which meant there was an 8¾ year gap between Jackson's first and second appearances on the show.

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  • Metalweb
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    1 Apr 78
    none listed

    8 Apr 78

    31 Cyclone - Tangerine Dream
    32 The Rutles - The Rutles (entered 15 Apr)
    33 999 - 999
    34 Zaragon - John Miles

    15 Apr 78

    31 (-) Generation X - Generation X
    32 (-) The Stud Soundtrack - Various (entered 22 Apr)
    33 (-) Adventure - Television (entered 29 Apr)
    34 (-) Anytime Anywhere - Rita Coolidge (entered 22 Apr)

    22 Apr 78

    31 (-) V2 - Vibrators
    32(33) Adventure - Television (entered 29 Apr)
    33 (-) Ol' Blue Suede Is Back - Carl Perkins
    34 (-) The Stranger - Billy Joel (had already charted)

    29 Apr 78

    31 (-) Voyage - Voyage
    32 (-) Natural Act - Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge
    33(31) V2 - Vibrators
    34 (-) Heavy Horses - Jethro Tull (entered 6 May)

    6 May 78

    31 (-) Last Waltz - The Band (entered 20 May)
    32 (-) Live Record - Camel
    33 (-) Zappa in New York - Frank Zappa
    34(33) V2 - Vibrators

    13 May 78

    31 (-) All This And Heaven Too - Andrew Gold
    32 (-) Please Don't Touch - Steve Hackett
    33(31) Last Waltz - The Band (entered 20 May)
    34 (-) Heart'n'Soul - Tina Charles

    20 May 78

    31(32) Please Don't Touch - Steve Hackett
    32 (-) Everyone Plays Darts - Darts (entered 27 May)
    33 (-) Approved By The Motors - Motors (entered 3 June)
    34(re) V2 - Vibrators

    27 May 78

    31(re) All This And Heaven too - Andrew Gold
    32 (-) Showpieces - James Galway
    33 (-) Parkerilla - Graham Parker (entered 3 June)
    34 (-) The '56 Sessions - Elvis Presley

    3 June 78

    31 (-) Central Heating - Heatwave
    32 (-) FM - Various
    33 (-) Van Halen - Van Halen
    34 (-) UK - UK

    10 June 78

    31 (-) Stranger In Town - Bob Seger
    32 (-) David Gilmour - David Gilmour (entered 17 June)
    33 (-) Darkness On The Edge Of Town - Bruce Springsteen (entered 24 June)
    34(33) Van Halen - Van Halen

    17 June 78

    31 (-) War of the Worlds - Jeff Wayne (entered 8 July)
    32(33) Darkness On The Edge Of Town - Bruce Springsteen (entered 24 June)
    33 (-) Ruby Winters - Ruby Winters
    34(31) Stranger In Town - Bob Seger

    24 June 78

    31 (-) White Mansions - Various
    32 (-) Travelling - John Williams
    33 (-) But Seriously Folks - Joe Walsh (had already charted)
    34 (-) Real Life - Magazine (entered 1 July)

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  • Passing_Strang
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    Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
    25 Feb 78

    31 (-) Drastic Plastic - Be-Bop Deluxe (entered 4 Mar)
    Another one of my unexpected finds - a very fine album in itself, but also the one, like that Hawkwind LP from 1977, that anticipated and quite possibly influenced the synthpop explosion of several years ahead. And for such a renown "guitar god" Bill Nelson sure left his mark of electronic music.

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  • Metalweb
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    ^

    Thanx

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  • chartwatcherdl
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    7 Jan 78

    31 (31) Decade - Neil Young
    32 (32) Love Songs - Beatles (entered 21 Jan)
    33 (33) Down Two Then Left - Boz Scaggs
    34 (34) 100 Golden Greats - Max Bygraves (had already charted)

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  • Metalweb
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    Yes, it does seem strange.

    And the new entry on 28th Jan was at No.7 only, The Album didn't top the NME charts until 11th Feb.

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  • Robbie
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    It's interesting to see 'The Album' by Abba as a breaker on the chart dated 21/01/78. It must have charted on a few leaked sales? It entered the BMRB chart at number 1 on the chart dated 04/02/78 though back then the BMRB album chart was always a week behind due to the albums chart being compiled the day after Music Week went to press. Otherwise it would have been a new entry at number 1 on the BMRB chart dated 28/01/78.

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  • Metalweb
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    7 Jan 78

    31 Decade - Neil Young
    32 Love Songs - Beatles (entered 21 Jan)
    33 Down Two Then Left - Boz Scaggs
    34 100 Golden Greats - Max Bygraves (had already charted)

    14 Jan 78

    31 (-) Greatest Hits - Roxy Music (had already charted)
    32 (-) We Must Believe in Magic - Crystal Gayle (entered 4 Feb)
    33 (-) Love Songs - The Beatles (entered 21 Jan)
    34 (-) All'n'All - Earth Wind and Fire (entered 21 Jan)

    21 Jan 78

    31 (-) The Album - ABBA (entered 28 Jan)
    32 (-) Star Wars Soundtrack - John Williams & LSO (entered 11 Feb)
    33 (-) Spectres - Blue Oyster Cult
    34 (-) Running On Empty - Jackson Browne (entered 28 Jan)

    28 Jan 78

    31(32) Star Wars Soundtrack - John Williams & LSO (entered 11 Feb)
    32 (-) Floral Dance - Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band (entered 4 Feb)
    33 (-) Live - Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers
    34 (-) Slowhand - Eric Clapton (had already charted)

    4 Feb 78
    none listed

    11 Feb 78

    31 Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town - Emmylou Harris
    32 Putting on the Style - Lonnie Donegan
    33 77 - Talking Heads
    34 Galaxy - War

    18 Feb 78

    31 (-) It Begins Again - Dusty Springfield
    32 (-) Menagerie - Bill Withers
    33 (-) Here You Come Again - Dolly Parton
    34(re) Spectres - Blue Oyster Cult

    25 Feb 78

    31 (-) Drastic Plastic - Be-Bop Deluxe (entered 4 Mar)
    32 (-) Waiting For Columbus - Little Feat (entered 11 Mar)
    33 (-) Pastiche - Manhattan Transfer (entered 4 Mar)
    34 (-) Baccara - Baccara

    4 Mar 78

    31(re) Putting on the Style - Lonnie Donegan
    32 (-) Jesus of Cool - Nick Lowe (entered 11 Mar)
    33(32) Waiting For Columbus - Little Feat (entered 11 Mar)
    34 (-) Plastic Letters - Blondie (entered 11 Mar)

    11 Mar 78

    31 (-) Fonzie's Favourites - Various (entered 18 Mar)
    32 (-) What Do You Want From Live - Tubes
    33 (-) Small Corners - Cliff Richard
    34 (-) Stained Class - Judas Priest

    18 Mar 78

    31 (-) Tell Us The Truth - Sham 69 (entered 15 Apr)
    32 (-) Stiffs Live Stiffs - Various
    33(32) What Do You Want From Live - Tubes
    34(re) It Begins Again - Dusty Springfield

    25 Mar 78

    31 (-) 999 - 999
    32 (-) Hope & Anchor Front Row Festival - Various
    33(re) Small Corners - Cliff Richard
    34 (-) Zaragon - John Miles
    Last edited by Metalweb; Thu April 23rd, 2020, 00:02.

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  • Passing_Strang
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    Definitely a time for me to check their output - as I've been meaning to

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  • Metalweb
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    ^

    Yes, that album was certainly very different to Hawkwind's earlier output!

    I was a fan of the band's early 70s work ( I'd still list Space Ritual from '73 among my favourite live albums) and remember dismissing QS&C at the time as bland pop. In retrospect, I'd agree it sounds rather ahead of its time - anticipating the synth pop explosion of a few years later.

    That's not the only time Hawkwind were ahead of the curve - their '73 single Urban Guerrilla was an obvious influence on the Sex Pistols' Anarchy in the UK!

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  • Passing_Strang
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    Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
    16 July 77

    31(33) Quark Strangeness & Charm - Hawkwind
    Great album, by the way. Heard it completely by chance and assumed it's something from 1979-81 - that's how ahead of the time it is! Been surprised it's Hawkwind, too - what little I heard from them suggested a very different musical picture. New Wave Futurism before there was such a thing. Pity it didn't chart on the main list - should've received more attention.

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  • Passing_Strang
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    Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
    26 Nov 77

    34 (-) Ha! Ha! Ha! - Ultravox


    I'm speechless. Their worst-selling album, by all accounts, and yet somehow secured a place, even if for a week in "bubbling unders"! And what's even more strange (and funny) is that the Vox were constantly being harshly criticized in the NME, to the point of automatic ridicule - and yet it's in their charts that the band appeared (though I'm sure "Systems of romance" also charted in Record Business - but nobody seems to be having those charts for 1978, sadly). Coincidence?

    Thank you so much, Metalweb!

    Oh, and minor correction - that should still be Ultravox!, they only dropped the exclamation mark in early 1978
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  • Metalweb
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    ^

    Thanks, now updated.

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  • chartwatcherdl
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    10 Dec 77

    31 (-) Come Again - Derek & Clive
    32 (re) Stick To Me - Graham Parker & the Rumour
    33 (-) Life On The Line - Eddie & the Hot Rods

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  • Metalweb
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    1 Oct 77

    31 (-) Passage - Carpenters (entered 8 Oct)
    32(re) Simple Dreams - Linda Ronstadt (entered 8 Oct)
    33 (-) Beauty on a Back Street - Hall & Oates
    34 (-) Hits Greatest Stiffs - Various

    8 Oct 77

    31(re) Firing On All Six - Lone Star
    32 (-) Lust For Life - Iggy Pop
    33 (-) Gone to Earth - Barclay James Harvest (entered 22 Oct)
    34 (-) Gold and Ivory - David Essex (entered 15 Oct)

    15 Oct 77

    31(33) Gone to Earth - Barclay James Harvest (entered 22 Oct)
    32(32) Lust For Life - Iggy Pop
    33 (-) Be Seeing You - Dr Feelgood
    34(31) Firing On All Six - Lone Star

    22 Oct 77

    31 (-) Country Boy - Don Williams (entered 29 Oct)
    32 (-) Heroes - David Bowie (entered 29 Oct)
    33 (-) Front Page News - Wishbone Ash (entered 5 Nov)
    34 (-) Motivation Radio - Steve Hillage

    29 Oct 77
    none listed

    5 Nov 77
    none listed

    12 Nov 77

    31 (-) Live at the London Palladium - Bing Crosby
    32 (-) Phil Spector's Echoes of the 60s - Various (entered 19 Nov)
    33 (-) Black Joy - Various (entered 26 Nov)
    34 (-) Let There Be Rock - AC/DC (entered 26 Nov)

    19 Nov 77

    31 (-) Stick To Me - Graham Parker & The Rumour (entered 26 Nov)
    32 (-) New Boots and Panties - Ian Dury (entered 14 Jan)
    33(re) Front Page News - Wishbone Ash (had already charted)
    34(34) Let There Be Rock - AC/DC (entered 26 Nov)

    26 Nov 77

    31 (-) Once Upon a Time - Donna Summer (had already charted)
    32 (-) This is the Modern World - The Jam
    33(33) Front Page News - Wishbone Ash (had already charted)
    34 (-) Ha! Ha! Ha! - Ultravox!

    3 Dec 77

    31 (-) 100 Golden Greats - Frankie Vaughan
    32 (-) Slowhand - Eric Clapton (entered 10 Dec)
    33(re) New Boots and Panties - Ian Dury (entered 14 Jan)
    34 (-) The Best of Bing - Bing Crosby (entered 24 Dec)

    10 Dec 77

    31 (-) Derek and Clive Come Again - Peter Cook & Dudley Moore (entered 17 Dec)
    32(re) Stick To Me - Graham Parker & The Rumour (had already charted)
    33 (-) Life on the Line - Eddie & The Hot Rods

    17 Dec 77

    31 (-) Collection - Johnny Nash (entered 7 Jan)
    32 (-) Now - The Tubes
    33 (-) Death of a Ladies Man - Leonard Cohen
    34 (re) The Best of Bing - Bing Crosby (entered 24 Dec)

    24 Dec 77

    31 (-) Decade - Neil Young
    32 (-) Love Songs - Beatles (entered 21 Jan)
    33 (-) Down Two Then Left - Boz Scaggs
    34 (-) 100 Golden Greats - Max Bygraves (had already charted)

    31 Dec 77
    no chart

    Last edited by Metalweb; Sun April 19th, 2020, 00:07.

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  • Metalweb
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    ^
    Thanks

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