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No.1 Albums in Australia - 2 April

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  • Gavin Ryan
    This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42 years. 3-Apr-65 - Beatles for Sale - The Beatles (9th of 11 weeks) 2-Apr-66 - Rubber Soul - The
    Message 1 of 5 , Apr 1 1:15 AM
      This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42 years.

      3-Apr-65 - Beatles for Sale - The Beatles (9th of 11 weeks)

      2-Apr-66 - Rubber Soul - The Beatles (6th of 10 weeks)

      1-Apr-67 - Sound of Music - Soundtrack (76th of 76 weeks)

      30-Mar-68 - Disraeli Gears - Cream (1st of 2 weeks)

      29-Mar-69 - The Beatles (White Album) - The Beatles (15th of 16 weeks)

      30-Mar-70 - Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin (5th of 5 weeks)

      29-Mar-71 - All Things Must Pass - George Harrison (2nd of 8 weeks)

      3-Apr-72 - American Pie - Don McLean (1st of 11 weeks)

      2-Apr-73 - No Secrets - Carly Simon (3rd of 6 weeks)

      1-Apr-74 - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John (3rd of 3 weeks)

      31-Mar-75 - Living in the 70's - Skyhooks (6th of 16 weeks)

      29-Mar-76 - The Best of Abba - Abba (1st of 16 weeks)

      4-Apr-77 - Hotel California - The Eagles (12th of 12 weeks)

      3-Apr-78 - Saturday Night Fever - Soundtrack (3rd of 13 weeks)

      2-Apr-79 - Spirits Having Flown - The Bee Gees (4th of 5 weeks)

      31-Mar-80 - Off the Wall - Michael Jackson (1st of 2 weeks)

      30-Mar-81 - Greatest Hits - Dr. Hook (3rd of 4 weeks)

      29-Mar-82 - Days of Innocence - Moving Pictures (2nd of 7 weeks)

      4-Apr-83 - IV (4) - Toto (1 week only)

      2-Apr-84 - The Swing - INXS (1st of 3 weeks)

      1-Apr-85 - Born in the U.S.A. - Bruce Springsteen (4th of 8 weeks) Return to the Top

      31-Mar-86 - Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits (32nd of 34 weeks)

      30-Mar-87 - Whispering Jack - John Farnham (18th of 18 weeks)

      4-Apr-88 - Dirty Dancing - Soundtrack (8th of 8 weeks)

      3-Apr-89 - Hits of 89 Volume 1 - Various Artists (1st of 5 weeks)

      1-Apr-90 - All of Nothing - Milli Vanilli (1st of 5 weeks)

      31-Mar-91 - Dreamland - Black Box (3rd of 3 weeks)

      29-Mar-92 - Hepfidelity - Diesel (3rd of 4 weeks)

      4-Apr-93 - Unplugged - Eric Clapton (5th of 6 weeks)

      3-Apr-94 - Far Beyond Driven - Pantera (1 week only)

      2-Apr-95 - Dookie - Green Day (3rd of 3 weeks)

      31-Mar-96 - Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette (3rd of 8 weeks) Return to the Top

      30-Mar-97 - Romeo & Juliet - Soundtrack (9th of 9 weeks)

      29-Mar-98 - Titanic - Soundtrack (7th of 11 weeks)

      29-Mar-99 - One Night Only - The Bee Gees (1st of 5 weeks)

      3-Apr-00 - Reflector - Killing Heidi (4th of 4 weeks)

      2-Apr-01 - No Angel - Dido (4th of 8 weeks)

      1-Apr-02 - A New Day Has Come - Celine Dion (1 week only)

      31-Mar-03 - Innocent Eyes - Delta Goodrem (1st of 6 weeks)

      29-Mar-04 - Feeler - Pete Murray (1st of 4 weeks)

      4-Apr-05 - Anthony Callea - Anthony Callea (1st of 2 weeks)

      3-Apr-06 - Both Sides of the Gun - Ben Harper (2nd of 2 weeks)

      2-Apr-07 - Grand National - John Butler Trio (1st week)



      Regards,

      Gavin Ryan.




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    • Patrick
      Thanks Gavin...the 1968 top album by Cream Disraeli Gears is for me one of the most memorable album covers ever...with the advent of CD s a lot of the artwork
      Message 2 of 5 , Apr 1 2:48 AM
        Thanks Gavin...the 1968 top album by Cream Disraeli Gears is for me
        one of the most memorable album covers ever...with the advent of CD's
        a lot of the artwork and romance of the big old covers has almost
        dissapeared.
        Patrick.

        > This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42
        years.
        >
        > 3-Apr-65 - Beatles for Sale - The Beatles (9th of 11 weeks)
        >
        > 2-Apr-66 - Rubber Soul - The Beatles (6th of 10 weeks)
        >
        > 1-Apr-67 - Sound of Music - Soundtrack (76th of 76 weeks)
        >
        > 30-Mar-68 - Disraeli Gears - Cream (1st of 2 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-69 - The Beatles (White Album) - The Beatles (15th of 16
        weeks)
        >
        > 30-Mar-70 - Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin (5th of 5 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-71 - All Things Must Pass - George Harrison (2nd of 8 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-72 - American Pie - Don McLean (1st of 11 weeks)
        >
        > 2-Apr-73 - No Secrets - Carly Simon (3rd of 6 weeks)
        >
        > 1-Apr-74 - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John (3rd of 3 weeks)
        >
        > 31-Mar-75 - Living in the 70's - Skyhooks (6th of 16 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-76 - The Best of Abba - Abba (1st of 16 weeks)
        >
        > 4-Apr-77 - Hotel California - The Eagles (12th of 12 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-78 - Saturday Night Fever - Soundtrack (3rd of 13 weeks)
        >
        > 2-Apr-79 - Spirits Having Flown - The Bee Gees (4th of 5 weeks)
        >
        > 31-Mar-80 - Off the Wall - Michael Jackson (1st of 2 weeks)
        >
        > 30-Mar-81 - Greatest Hits - Dr. Hook (3rd of 4 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-82 - Days of Innocence - Moving Pictures (2nd of 7 weeks)
        >
        > 4-Apr-83 - IV (4) - Toto (1 week only)
        >
        > 2-Apr-84 - The Swing - INXS (1st of 3 weeks)
        >
        > 1-Apr-85 - Born in the U.S.A. - Bruce Springsteen (4th of 8 weeks)
        Return to the Top
        >
        > 31-Mar-86 - Brothers in Arms - Dire Straits (32nd of 34 weeks)
        >
        > 30-Mar-87 - Whispering Jack - John Farnham (18th of 18 weeks)
        >
        > 4-Apr-88 - Dirty Dancing - Soundtrack (8th of 8 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-89 - Hits of 89 Volume 1 - Various Artists (1st of 5 weeks)
        >
        > 1-Apr-90 - All of Nothing - Milli Vanilli (1st of 5 weeks)
        >
        > 31-Mar-91 - Dreamland - Black Box (3rd of 3 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-92 - Hepfidelity - Diesel (3rd of 4 weeks)
        >
        > 4-Apr-93 - Unplugged - Eric Clapton (5th of 6 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-94 - Far Beyond Driven - Pantera (1 week only)
        >
        > 2-Apr-95 - Dookie - Green Day (3rd of 3 weeks)
        >
        > 31-Mar-96 - Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette (3rd of 8 weeks)
        Return to the Top
        >
        > 30-Mar-97 - Romeo & Juliet - Soundtrack (9th of 9 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-98 - Titanic - Soundtrack (7th of 11 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-99 - One Night Only - The Bee Gees (1st of 5 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-00 - Reflector - Killing Heidi (4th of 4 weeks)
        >
        > 2-Apr-01 - No Angel - Dido (4th of 8 weeks)
        >
        > 1-Apr-02 - A New Day Has Come - Celine Dion (1 week only)
        >
        > 31-Mar-03 - Innocent Eyes - Delta Goodrem (1st of 6 weeks)
        >
        > 29-Mar-04 - Feeler - Pete Murray (1st of 4 weeks)
        >
        > 4-Apr-05 - Anthony Callea - Anthony Callea (1st of 2 weeks)
        >
        > 3-Apr-06 - Both Sides of the Gun - Ben Harper (2nd of 2 weeks)
        >
        > 2-Apr-07 - Grand National - John Butler Trio (1st week)
        >
        >
        >
        > Regards,
        >
        > Gavin Ryan.
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
      • Frank Calabrese
        That Album Title became quite prophetic for them a little over 12 months later :-) Frank ... From: rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com
        Message 3 of 5 , Apr 1 2:55 AM
          That Album Title became quite prophetic for them a little over 12 months
          later :-)

          Frank

          -----Original Message-----
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          [mailto:rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Gavin Ryan
          Sent: Sunday, 1 April 2007 4:15 PM
          To: top40chartclub@yahoogroups.com; rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com;
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          Subject: [rocknroll-scars] No.1 Albums in Australia - 2 April



          This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42 years.



          1-Apr-90 - All of Nothing - Milli Vanilli (1st of 5 weeks)
        • Patrick
          Ok Frank.. you got me curious so I ll play the fallguy..what happened 12 months later?..btw..one of the songs off that album, Swlabr would have to win the
          Message 4 of 5 , Apr 1 4:03 AM
            Ok Frank.. you got me curious so I'll play the fallguy..what happened
            12 months later?..btw..one of the songs off that album, 'Swlabr'
            would have to win the most bizarre title ever surely..the letters
            stood for..'She Was Like A Bearded Rainbow'.
            Patrick.
            >
            > That Album Title became quite prophetic for them a little over 12
            months
            > later :-)
            >
            > Frank
            >
            > -----Original Message-----
            > From: rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com
            > [mailto:rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Gavin Ryan
            > Sent: Sunday, 1 April 2007 4:15 PM
            > To: top40chartclub@yahoogroups.com; rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com;
            > billboardcharts@yahoogroups.com;
            chartfreaksworldwide@yahoogroups.com
            > Subject: [rocknroll-scars] No.1 Albums in Australia - 2 April
            >
            >
            >
            > This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42
            years.
            >
            >
            >
            > 1-Apr-90 - All of Nothing - Milli Vanilli (1st of 5 weeks)
            >
          • Frank Calabrese
            It was revealed that Rob & Fab never actually sang the vocals on the Album, but mimed them on stage and TV etc :-) This was done by the Producer Frank Farian,
            Message 5 of 5 , Apr 1 4:11 AM
              It was revealed that Rob & Fab never actually sang the vocals on the Album,
              but mimed them on stage and TV etc :-) This was done by the Producer Frank
              Farian, when the duo demanded that they sing on the second album.

              Frank



              -----Original Message-----
              From: rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com
              [mailto:rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Patrick
              Sent: Sunday, 1 April 2007 7:04 PM
              To: rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: [rocknroll-scars] Re: No.1 Albums in Australia - 2 April

              Ok Frank.. you got me curious so I'll play the fallguy..what happened
              12 months later?..btw..one of the songs off that album, 'Swlabr'
              would have to win the most bizarre title ever surely..the letters
              stood for..'She Was Like A Bearded Rainbow'.
              Patrick.
              >
              > That Album Title became quite prophetic for them a little over 12
              months
              > later :-)
              >
              > Frank
              >
              > -----Original Message-----
              > From: rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com
              > [mailto:rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Gavin Ryan
              > Sent: Sunday, 1 April 2007 4:15 PM
              > To: top40chartclub@yahoogroups.com; rocknroll-scars@yahoogroups.com;
              > billboardcharts@yahoogroups.com;
              chartfreaksworldwide@yahoogroups.com
              > Subject: [rocknroll-scars] No.1 Albums in Australia - 2 April
              >
              >
              >
              > This is a list of the No.1 albums in Australia for the past 42
              years.
              >
              >
              >
              > 1-Apr-90 - All of Nothing - Milli Vanilli (1st of 5 weeks)
              >
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