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Two hours of America's latest and greatest hits from the last five decades.

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  • The Standells

    Dirty Water

    Today in 1991: The Justice Department announced Exxon would pay 1 billion dollars to clean up the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska

  • Matisyahu

    One Day

    New Entry

  • John Mellencamp

    I Need A Lover

    The First, The Last, My Everything - The Albums: John Cougar - Chart debut in 1979: John Cougar

  • The Rocket Summer

    Walls

    New Entry in the Top Forty of the Album Chart: Of Men And Angels

  • Dion

    Ruby Baby

    Born this day in 1933: Mike Stoller

  • Hall & Oates - Maneater

    Bass player Tom “T-Bone” Wolk - born December 24th, 1951; died February 28th, 2010

  • Johnny Cash

    For The Good Times

    New Entry in the Top Three of the Album Chart: American VI: Ain’t No Grave

  • Otis Redding

    (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

    R&B Number One this date in 1968

  • Robin Thicke - Sex Therapy

    R&B/Hip-Hop Number One - NEW

  • Edwin McCain

    Walk With You

    Adult Contemporary Hit

  • Roberta Flack

    WHERE IS THE LOVE (featuring Donny Hathaway)

    It’s Not The Same Old Song: Number Five in 1972

  • The Black Eyed Peas - WHERE IS THE LOVE? (featuring Justin Timberlake)

    It’s Not The Same Old Song: Number Eight in 2003

  • Kina Grannis

    Valentine

    Top Five in the Internet Album Chart: Stairwells

  • John Mellencamp

    Longest Days

    The First, The Last, My Everything - The Albums: John Mel encamp - Last chart entry in 2008: Life Death Love And Freedom

  • Taio Cruz

    BREAK YOUR HEART (featuring Ludacris)

    British talent in the American Chart

  • PaPas

    Monday, Monday

    Number One in 1966

  • The Drifters

    Money Honey

    Number One R&B in 1953

  • Joanna Newsom

    Good Intentions Paving Company

    New Entry in the Album Chart: Have One On Me

  • Eurythmics

    Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)

    The First, The Last, My Everything - The Albums: Eurhythmics - Chart debut in 1983: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)

  • The Statler Brothers

    Elizabeth

    Country Number One this date in 1984

  • Lady Antebellum

    Need You Now

    Current Country Number One - seventeenth week

  • Sugar Ray

    Every Morning

    Rock Number One this date in 1999

  • Cage the Elephant

    Back Against The Wall

    Current Rock Number One - second week

  • Eurythmics

    I Saved The World Today

    The First, The Last, My Everything - The Albums: Eurhythmics - Last chart entry in 1999: Peace

  • Sade

    Long Hard Road

    Current Number One Album Chart: Soldier of Love - third week

  • Percy Faith

    Theme from A Summer Place

    Number One this date in 1960

  • The J. Geils Band

    Centerfold

    Number One this date in 1982

  • The Black Eyed Peas - Imma Be

    Current Number One - second week

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