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Top 21 of 1979 - #11

#11 – The Knack – “My Sharona” – (1979)

Here is the song that The Knack is and always will be known for. Impressively, this was their first single and it was a smash – #1 on the Hot 100 for six weeks. 87 more words

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Top 21 of 1979 - #12

#12 – Jimmy Buffett – “Fins” – (1979)

Depending on where you’re from, Jimmy Buffett is either a singer from the 1970s and 1980s or some kind of mid-life crisis savior figure. 81 more words

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Top 21 of 1979 - #13

#13 – The Clash – “Train in Vain” – (1979)

London Calling just barely squeaks in as an album of the 1970s, being released in mid-December of 1979. 50 more words

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Top 21 of 1979 - #14

#14 – Fleetwood Mac – “Tusk” – (1979)

Famous for its featuring of the USC marching band, “Tusk” is a drum-heavy song from the Fleetwood Mac album of the same name. 44 more words

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Best Ever 30 Halloween Songs

Djs are all intended up for the spooky occasion impending soon. The festivals are a custom that has advanced in the décor and offerings by merchandisers attempting to pull in clients. 390 more words

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Top 21 of 1979 - #15

#15 – Michael Jackson – “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” – (1979)

This song was a turning point in Michael Jackson’s career. It was the transitional hit from little kid from the Jackson 5 to solo superstar and a little insight into what we could expect from his fantastic albums of the 1980s. 37 more words

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Top 21 of 1979 - #16

#16 – Kenny Loggins – “This Is It” – (1979)

The 1970s gave us soft rock. And Kenny Loggins was one of the flag-carriers. 58 more words

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