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1982 Set Shattered Records for Most Weeks Spent at Top of Charts by a
Debut: Contains Smash Hits "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Down Under"
Defiant, Assured, Cohesive Songs Filled With Driving Psychedelia, Rustic
Country, and Crunchy Acid-Rock: Guest Musicians Include Jerry Garcia,
Stephen Stills, and David Crosby
Stupendous Sonics: Music Largely Recorded Live on Studio Floor
Final Effort With Davis’ Classic Second Quintet Finds the Leader Looking to the Past and the Future Four-Times-Platinum Heartbeat City Survives as the Cars’ Final Great Album Before Break-Up Ranked #40 on Rolling Stone's List of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Love Anticipates Late 1960s Turbulence Via Prophetic Songs and Dark Themes
The Definitive Hall and Oates Greatest-Hits Compilation: Rock 'n Soul Part I Loaded With Nine Top 10 Singles, Including "Kiss On My List" and "Private Eyes"
First Album Recorded by Davis' Classic Second Quintet: E.S.P. Teems With Brilliant Intensity, Energy, Emotion, Steadiness, Tension, and Interplay
Four-Times-Platinum Heartbeat City Survives as the Cars’ Final Great Album Before Break-Up
Get Down and Make It Funky: Miles Davis' Groundbreaking On the Corner Focuses on the Groove and Bottom End Pretenders One of the Most Essential Debuts Ever Released:
No-Nonsense 1980 Set Ranked 155th Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling
Stone
Get Down and Make It Funky: Miles Davis' Groundbreaking On the Corner Focuses on the Groove and Bottom End