Thursday, June 23, 2005

Don't Give me that Do Goody Good .......

Pink Floyd's "Money" made it's debut on the Top 40 today (6/23) back in 1973. This was Pink Floyd's only Top 40 song in the 70's, although they dominated AOR, and sold billions of records. "According to the December 1, 2001 issue of Billboard, Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon had been on the charts for an astounding 1,285 weeks. That's just under 25 years! Its closest rival is James Taylor's Greatest Hits, checking in at 573 weeks on the chart. James can expect to reach Pink Floyd's record number in about 13 1/2 years. "

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