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Damn the Torpedoes is the third album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1979.

The album was a breakthrough for Petty and the Heartbreakers. It was their first top 10 album, rising to #2 (kept from #1 by Pink Floyd's The Wall) on the Billboard albums chart. It yielded two songs that made the top 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, "Don't Do Me Like That" and "Refugee".

The original review in Rolling Stone raved that it was the "album we've all been waiting for – that is, if we were all Tom Petty fans, which we would be if there were any justice in the world."

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Not long after You're Gonna Get It, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' label, Shelter, was sold to MCA Records. Petty struggled to free himself from the major label, eventually sending himself into bankruptcy. He settled with MCA and set to work on his third album, digging out some old Mudcrutch numbers and quickly writing new songs. Amazingly, through all the frustration and anguish, Petty & the Heartbreakers delivered their breakthrough and arguably their masterpiece with Damn the Torpedoes.

Musically, it follows through on the promise of their first two albums, offering a tough, streamlined fusion of the Stones and Byrds that, thanks to Jimmy Iovine's clean production, sounded utterly modern yet timeless. It helped that the Heartbreakers had turned into a tighter, muscular outfit, reminiscent of, well, the Stones in their prime -- all of the parts combine into a powerful, distinctive sound capable of all sorts of subtle variations. Their musical suppleness helps bring out the soul in Petty's impressive set of songs. He had written a few classics before -- "American Girl," "Listen to Her Heart" -- but here his songwriting truly blossoms.

Most of the songs have a deep melancholy undercurrent -- the tough "Here Comes My Girl" and "Even the Losers" have tender hearts; the infectious "Don't Do Me Like That" masks a painful relationship; "Refugee" is a scornful, blistering rocker; "Louisiana Rain" is a tear-jerking ballad. Yet there are purpose and passion behind the performances that makes Damn the Torpedoes an invigorating listen all the same.

Few mainstream rock albums of the late '70s and early '80s were quite as strong as this, and it still stands as one of the great records of the album rock era.
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Tusk is the twelfth album by the British/American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1979.

It is considered experimental, primarily due to Lindsey Buckingham's sparser songwriting arrangements and the influence of punk rock and new wave on his production techniques. Costing over $1 million to record, it was the most expensive rock album made up to that point.

Going into 'Tusk', Lindsey Buckingham was adamant about creating an album that sounded nothing like "Rumours", despite encouragement from their label, Warner Bros., who wanted the band to follow up with a commercial record.

With three principal songwriters (Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Buckingham), Mick Fleetwood, the band's drummer, thought it was necessary to record a double album. After their label turned down Fleetwood's offer of buying a new studio to make the record, Fleetwood Mac used some of their royalties to construct their own studio, Studio D.

Bassist John McVie has commented that the album sounds like "the work of three solo artists", whilst Fleetwood later proclaimed that it is his favourite and the best Fleetwood Mac studio album created by the group.

Though the album sold 4 million copies worldwide, considering the comparatively huge sales of Rumours and the album's unprecedented recording expense, the band's record label deemed the project a failure, laying the blame squarely with Buckingham. Fleetwood, however, blames the album's relative failure on the RKO radio chain playing the album in its entirety prior to release, thus allowing mass home recording. In addition, Tusk was a double album, with a high list price of $15.98 ($2.00 more than other double albums).

The band embarked on an extensive world tour to promote Tusk. In Germany they shared the bill with reggae superstar Bob Marley. It was on this tour that the band recorded music for the Fleetwood Mac Live album, which was released the following year.
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Many a pleasant memory cruising around as a teenager with my friends with this cassette playing......
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Many a pleasant memory cruising around as a teenager with my friends with this cassette playing......
I had the exact same memory, especially for one of the upcoming '79 albums... The Wall. I wasn't old enough to drive yet in 1979, but I had an older friend with a yellow Toyota pickup truck and a stereo that cost more than the truck. The first car system that I ever heard with external amps (multiple) and a sub box.

The Wall and Queen's The Game ('80 so it won't quite make my '79 playlist today)... waaay too loud and waaaay too many times, but man, those were the days.
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The B-52's is the eponymous debut album by the Athens, Georgia-based new wave band The B-52's, released in 1979.

Singles include "Rock Lobster", "Planet Claire", and "Dance This Mess Around". The kitschy lyrics and mood, and the hook-laden harmonies helped establish a fan base for the band, who went on to release several chart-topping singles. VH1 named The B-52's the 99th greatest album of all time. Shortly before his death, John Lennon said he enjoyed the album.

Rolling Stone: "The B-52's sounds like high school friends cramming their in-jokes, wacky sounds and private nicknames into a New Wave LP. Nobody could resist the campy, arty funk. And with the toy instruments and bouffant hair, the B-52's' thrift-store image was as colorful as their music – which, given "Rock Lobster," was pretty colorful."

The album is number 152 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Reggatta de Blanc is the second studio album by English rock band The Police, released in 1979.

The title is a pseudo-French translation of "white reggae". The title track earned the band their first Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance in 1980.

The band self-funded the recording budget (between £6,000 and £9,000) from the profits of their previous album, Outlandos d'Amour. Whereas their debut album had benefited from the most prolific songwriting period of Sting's life, the recording sessions for Reggatta de Blanc were short on new material. To fill in the gaps, Sting and Copeland dug up old songs they'd written and used elements of them to create new songs. Stewart Copeland described it, "We just went into the studio and said, 'Right, who's got the first song?' We hadn't even rehearsed them before we went in." In Modern Drummer magazine, Copeland said he considers Regatta de Blanc to be the 'best Police record.'

Rolling Stone: The Police may have been lumped in with U.K. punk, but Sting said the mission was always to "sell great music to masses of people." They did that with Reggatta, an album best known for "Message in a Bottle" but distinguished by the mutant reggae of "The Bed's Too Big Without You" and "Walking on the Moon."

The album is number 372 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Highway to Hell is an album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released in 1979.

It was the band's fifth internationally released studio album. It was the last album featuring lead singer Bon Scott, who died early the following year on February 19, 1980.

AC/DC manager Michael Browning turned to producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange to step in. Lange was best known for producing the Boomtown Rats #1 hit "Rat Trap". Sessions for the album - 15 hours a day, day-in day-out, for over two months - were grueling. Songs were worked and reworked." Lange's no-nonsense approach was appreciated by the band, whose own work ethic had always been solid.

Angus Young said, "He was meticulous about sound, getting right guitars and drums. He would zero in - and he was good too on the vocal side. Even Bon was impressed with how he could get his voice to sound." Lange, a trained singer, showed Scott how to breathe so he could be a technically better singer and would join in on background vocals himself, having to stand on the other side of the studio because his own voice was so distinctive. The melodic backing vocals was a new element to the band's sound, but the polish that Lange added did not detract from the band's characteristic crunch.

On Wednesday, February 20, 1980, 33 year old Bon Scott was found dead. He had spent the previous evening drinking heavily in a club in Camden Town. Scott, who had passed out, was driven home by a man named Alistair Kinnear. Kinnear explained that he drove Scott to his own home but, finding the singer too heavy to lift, placed a blanket over him and staggered up to bed. Scott's body was discovered at 11 am the next morning. During the night, Scott had apparently vomited in his sleep and choked to death.

Rolling Stone: "Bon Scott was a bourbon-swilling force of nature, and by AC/DC's fourth LP, he and guitarist Angus Young had become a one-two punch with killer songs (like the bulldozing title track) to match. Scott's wicked ways caught up with him, however: He was dead six months after Highway hit shelves."

The album is number 200 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Candy-O is the second studio album by the American rock band The Cars, released in 1979.

The album cover was painted by artist Alberto Vargas, who was known for his paintings of pin-up girls that appeared in Esquire and Playboy magazines in the 1940s and 1960s. The idea to hire Vargas came from drummer David Robinson, the band's artistic director and a collector of pin-ups. The 83-year-old Vargas had retired several years earlier but was persuaded to take the assignment by his niece, who was a fan of The Cars. The painting, depicting a woman sprawled across the hood of a car, was based on a photo shoot directed by Robinson at a Ferrari dealership

The model, coincidentally named Candy Moore (famous for having played Lucille Ball's onscreen daughter on The Lucy Show), briefly dated drummer David Robinson afterward.
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