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  1. 1, 2, 3 Red Light

    1, 2, 3 Red Light (1968)

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  2. 100% Fortified Zydeco

    100% Fortified Zydeco (2009)

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  3. 100% Johnny: Live à la Tour Eiffel

    100% Johnny: Live à la Tour Eiffel (2000)

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  4. 11-17-70

    11-17-70 (1971)

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  5. 15 Big Ones

    15 Big Ones (1976)

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    15 Big Ones is the twentieth studio album by American rock group The Beach Boys released in July 1976. It was their first studio album since Holland three years earlier, and the first produced by Brian Wilson since Pet Sounds ten years earlier. With Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar having left the group, 15 Big Ones marks the first album to feature the classic five-piece lineup of the Beach Boys (brothers Brian, Carl, and Dennis Wilson; cousin Mike Love; and friend Al Jardine) since 1965's The Beach Boys Today!.


  6. 15th Avenue

    15th Avenue (2002)

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  7. 17 Pine Avenue

    17 Pine Avenue

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  8. 1910 Fruitgum Company

    1910 Fruitgum Company

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    The 1910 Fruitgum Company is an American bubblegum pop band of the 1960s. The group's Hot 100 hits were "Simon Says", "May I Take A Giant Step", "1, 2, 3, Red Light", "Goody Goody Gumdrops", "Indian Giver", "Special Delivery", and "The Train". Guitarist Frank Jeckell claimed to have adopted the name from a gum wrapper that he found in a jacket pocket while trying on a retro suit.


  9. 1928-1929

    1928-1929

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  10. 1968

    1968 (2000)

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  11. 1969: Velvet Underground Live With Lou Reed

    1969: Velvet Underground Live With Lou Reed (2009)

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  12. 2 X 2

    2 X 2 (1990)

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    2 X 2 is a double album by Milli Vanilli which was released in the United Kingdom in 1989. Disc one of the album contained the original European studio album All or Nothing, while disc two contained the All or Nothing remix album.


  13. 2 Years On

    2 Years On (2008)

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    2 Years On was the eighth album released by English rock band Bee Gees and their sixth international release. This LP was released in November 1970. The album reached No. 32 on the US charts, and sold 375,000 copies worldwide. The album saw the return of Robin Gibb to the group after the earlier disagreement and subsequent split following Odessa. 2 Years On was also the first album to feature drummer Geoff Bridgford, who remained a full-time member of the group until 1972. The best-known track is "Lonely Days". Released as the first single by the reunited brothers, it charted high in the US No. 3 in Billboard, No. 1 in rival chart Cashbox, but peaked at No. 33 in the United Kingdom.


  14. 20/20

    20/20 (1969)

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  15. 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane

    200 km/h in the Wrong Lane (2012)

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    200 km/h in the Wrong Lane is the debut studio album by Russian duo t.A.T.u.. It was released on 10 December 2002. The album was produced by Trevor Horn, Martin Kierszenbaum, Robert Orton and Ivan Shapovalov, who was the main and executive producerand writer. Before the release, it preceded with the lead single "All the Things She Said", which was released in September 2002. The song received massive success outside their native Russia, topping the charts in over ten countries. It also preceded with five other singles, two promotional, while the other three were released officially.


  16. 21st Century Fox

    21st Century Fox (1998)

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  17. 24 Hours

    24 Hours (2008)

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  18. 25 Miles

    25 Miles (1969)

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  19. 2C

    2C (2008)

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  20. 3 Feet High And Rising

    3 Feet High And Rising (2001)

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    3 Feet High and Rising is the debut album from American hip hop trio De La Soul, released in 1989.


  21. 3 Mustaphas 3

    3 Mustaphas 3

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    3 Mustaphas 3 is a British World music band formed in 1982. Core members are Ben Mandelson (under the name Hijaz Mustapha), Tim Fienburgh (1954–2008) (under the name Niaveti III) Colin Bass (under the name Sabah Habas Mustapha), and Nigel Watson (under the name Houzam Mustapha), around which orbit many other Mustaphas – all supposed to be the nephews of Uncle Patrel Mustapha. They claim to originate from the Balkans, but play music from almost every continent; their slogan, "Forward in all directions!", is an expression of this musical diversity. Active at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s, they have now stopped producing and performing together, but haven't officially disbanded.


  22. 3D

    3D (2002)

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    3D is the fourth studio album by American girl-group TLC. It was released by Arista Records on November 12, 2002, in the United States, it was seven months after the death of TLC member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. The album debuted at number six on the Billboard 200, and at number four on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 143,000 copies sold in its first week of release and was met with positive reviews. The album nearly sold two million in the United States alone. 3D earned TLC two Grammy Award nominations, and the album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2002. 3D produced 4 singles. The only three singles to chart were "Girl Talk", peaking at 3 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart; "Hands Up", which peaked at number 7 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart; and "Damaged", which managed to peak at 19 on the US Mainstream Top 40.


  23. 3rd Album

    3rd Album (1971)

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  24. 40 Years Jubilee

    40 Years Jubilee (2008)

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  25. 4hero

    4hero

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    4hero are an electronic music group from Dollis Hill, London, comprising producers Mark "Marc Mac" Clair & Dennis "Dego" McFarlane. While the band is often cited as "4 Hero" or "4-Hero", the name is presented as "4hero" on their own albums and websites.


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