SO, working backwards:
#92 - Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever.
This was Tom Petty's first album without the Heartbreakers. It was released in early 1989, and was quite popular during the time I was moving from Washington, DC, to the Illinois suburbs of St. Louis. I spent 2 months living in hotels, and lots of time listening to the radio.
FMF featured several hits, most notable "Free Fallin'", which peaked at #7. And "Runnin' Down A Dream" which was a big MTV hit. One of my fAvorites was the remake of the old Byrds song "Feel A Whole Lot Better"
Looking at iTunes, over the past 25-ish months, the average playcount of FMF is 3.8 plays/song. That's probably average.
One to the photo:. A real oldie, taken in High School (late '77), on a back-packing trip to central Pennsylvania. And yes, that's a full moon. I didn't have a tripod, laid my camera on the ground outside the tent flap, ste the exposure to "B" and held the shutter open for a while... Randomness in the extreme..