Monday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 21
Released November 10, 1986. Peaked at number 1 on the album chart. Certified 13X Platinum.
The album consists of 40 tracks recorded at various concerts between 1975 and 1985. It was released as a box set with either five vinyl records, three cassettes, or three CD's. There was also a record club only release which came on three 8 Track cartridges, which is extremely hard to find.
Tuesday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 20
Released November 1978 Peaked at number 18 on the album chart. Certified 13X Platinum.
This compilation album features songs from the album Book Of Dreams and Fly Like An Eagle. Only one song from another album appears on this greatest hits package. The Joker which was from the album of the same name.
Wednesday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 19
Released October 21, 1977. Peaked at number 14 on the album chart. Certified 14X Platinum.
Meat Loaf's second album and first to record with Jim Steinman. It is one of the best selling albums in the history of recorded music, having sold over 34 million copies worldwide. The album developed from a musical, Neverland, a sci fi update of Peter Pan, which Steinman wrote for a workshop in 1974, and performed at the Kennedy Center Music Theater Lab in 1977. Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf, who were touring with the National Lampoon show, felt that three songs were "exceptional" and Steinman began to develop them as part of a seven song set they wanted to record as an album. The three songs were "Bat Out of Hell", "Heaven Can Wait" and "The Formation of the Pack", which was later retitled "All Revved Up with No Place to Go".
Released June 4, 1984. Peaked at number 1 on the album chart. Certified 15X Platinum.
The seventh album released by Bruce Springsteen featured seven singles that all hit the Top 40. That tied the record set by Michael Jackson with his Thriller album. It is by far his most successful album.
Friday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 17
Released April 19, 1973. Peaked at number 3 on the album chart. Certified 15X Platinum.
Sometimes refered to as The Red Album. Released with its counterpart 1967 1970 ("The Blue Album") in 1973, The album was compiled by Beatles manager Allen Klein. Even though the group had had success with cover versions of songs, most notably with Twist and Shout, only songs composed by the Beatles themselves were included. Along with its 1967 1970 counterpart, it compiles every single A Side released in the UK.
Saturday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 16
Released March 23, 1973. Peaked at number 1 on the album chart. Certified 15X Platinum.
Although it held the number one spot in the US for only a week, it remained in the Billboard album chart for 741 weeks. It has continued to sporadically appear on the Billboard 200 since then, for a total of 842 non consecutive weeks on the chart since its release.
Sunday Night's Featured Classic Rock Album at 8 PM Central Time Number 15
Released June 15, 1999. Peaked at number 3 on the album chart. Certified 15X Platinum.
The seventeenth album by Santana. The album won nine Grammy Awards including Album of the Year. It is Santana's most successful album.
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