- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:The Collection: The Hits of 1978
- Date of release:September 22, 2009
- Size FLAC version1124 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1778 megabytes
- Size WMA version1266 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 MOD ADX TTA XM MPC
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In 1978, Keith Moon played his last show with The Who, while The Rolling Stones returned to form with Some Girls. Blue-collar roots rock sold millions of records thanks to Bob Seger and Bruce Springsteen And a handful of punk stalwarts would look to the looming ‘80s with a sense of pop adventure that came to define the radio hits of the next 10 years. We’ve been taking a look back at music history in decade increments, beginning with the Best Albums of 1968 and continuing with each decade (1988 and 1998 are coming soon). By the time the album was released in late 1978, the Sex Pistols ’ singer had already established his reputation as one of rock’s most snarling frontmen. But as First Issue opens with a sharp, piercing shriek-a cry into an empty yet alluring void-its dark, guttural sound is instantly revolutionary.
Rock 'n' roll was fighting for its life in 1978. In addition to the usual pop and R&B songs battling for listeners' ears, both punk and disco were making strong cases for rock's irrelevance. With so many of the music's key artists approaching 40 (whatever happened to that whole "Hope I die before I get old" mentality?), it seemed like way too many of them were banking on their past glories to get through this latest onslaught. So it was up to the new generation to keep kicking and screaming.
CreditsJerry Allison - Composer
Cheap Trick - Primary Artist
Frank Farian - Composer
Justin Hayward - Primary Artist
Buddy Holly - Composer
Kenny Loggins - Composer, Primary Artist
Melissa Manchester - Composer
Joe Mauldin - Composer
Meat Loaf - Primary Artist
Dolly Parton - Primary Artist
Norman Petty - Composer
Carole Bayer Sager - Composer
Patti Smith Group - Primary Artist
Deniece Williams - Primary Artist
Bill Withers - Composer, Primary Artist
David Wolfert - Composer
|1||Wheel in the Sky||4:13|
|2||Don't Look Back||6:01|
|3||Carry on Wayward Son||4:12|
|4||You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth||Meat Loaf||5:04|
|6||Whenever I Call You "Friend" Kenny Loggins / Melissa Manchester||Kenny Loggins||3:58|
|7||Because the Night||Patti Smith Group||3:23|
|8||Well All Right Jerry Allison / Buddy Holly / Joe Mauldin / Norman Petty||4:10|
|9||Forever Autumn||Justin Hayward||4:07|
|10||Brown Girl in the Ring Frank Farian||4:03|
|11||Lovely Day Bill Withers||Bill Withers||4:14|
|12||Blame It on the Boogie||3:32|
|13||Heartbreaker Carole Bayer Sager / David Wolfert||Dolly Parton||3:30|
|14||Too Much, Too Little, Too Late||Deniece Williams||2:59|