Iconic albums turning 50 In 2024

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'Waterloo' by ABBA - The Swedish pop group's second studio album features the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest winning 'Waterloo.' 

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'Caribou' by Elton John - Elton John's eighth studio album features classics such as the hit single 'Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me.' Do we need to say more?

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'Rush' by Rush - The Canadian rockers released their debut self-titled album in 1974 through the band's own label, Moon Records. 

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'Apostrophe (')' by Frank Zappa - Zappa's musicianship and clever humor was second to none, and this album proves it. 

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'Jolene' by Dolly Parton - This album features two of Dolly Parton's most successful hits: 'I Will Always Love You,' and of course, the classic 'Jolene.' 

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'Nightlife' by Thin Lizzy - 'Nightlife' is the first Thin Lizzy album to feature guitarists Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson.

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'Fulfillingness' First Finale' by Stevie Wonder - 'Fulfillingness' First Finale' is widely considered one of Stevie Wonder's greatest albums. 

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'On The Beach' by Neil Young - A rather mellow and dark album, Young's 'On The Beach' is full of melancholic, introspective songs. Check out the single 'Walk On.'

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'The Heart of Saturday Night' by Tom Waits - Tom Waits' second album mixes elements of folk, blues, and jazz, in a poetic cocktail that deserves to be listened to. 

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'Marvin Gaye Live!' by Marvin Gaye - Recorded at the Oakland Coliseum, this live album captures what Marvin Gaye was all about. Check out his song 'Distant Lover.'

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