1. Suzi Quatro – 48 Crash
2. Art Garfunkel – All I Know
3. The Rolling Stones – Angie
4. Tony Christie – Avenues and Alleyways
5. Jim Croce – Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
6. The Sweet – Ballroom Blitz
7. Charlie Rich – Behind Closed Doors
8. The Sweet – Blockbuster
9. The Stylistics – Break Up to Make Up
10. Suzi Quatro – Can the Can
11. Cat Stevens – Can’t Keep It In
12. The Spinners – Could It Be I’m Falling in Love
13. Elton John – Crocodile Rock
14. Slade – Cum On Feel The Noize
15. Barry Blue – Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night)
16. King Harvest – Dancing in the Moonlight
17. Elton John – Daniel
18. Anne Murray – Danny’s Song
19. Suzi Quatro – Daytona Demon
20. Helen Reddy – Delta Dawn
21. Seals & Crofts – Diamond Girl
22. Steely Dan – Do It Again
23. Aerosmith – Dream On
24. Kincade – Dreams Are Ten a Penny
25. Dobie Gray – Drift Away
26. Led Zeppelin – D’yer Mak’er
27. Mud – Dyna-mite
28. Mocedades – Eres tu
29. Detroit Emeralds – Feel the Need in Me
30. Gilbert O’Sullivan – Get Down
31. George Harrison – Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)
32. Argent – God Gave Rock and Roll to You
33. Elton John – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
34. Cher – Half-Breed
35. The Sweet – Hell Raiser
36. Focus – Hocus Pocus
37. Seals & Crofts – Hummingbird
38. Ann Peebles – I Can’t Stand the Rain
39. Jim Croce – I Got a Name
40. Lobo – I’d Love You to Want Me
41. The Moody Blues – I’m Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)
42. Eddie Kendricks – Keep On Truckin’ (Part 1)
43. Roberta Flack – Killing Me Softly
44. Bob Dylan – Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
45. Paul Simon – Kodachrome
46. Olivia Newton-John – Let Me Be There
47. Marvin Gaye – Let’s Get It On
48. David Bowie – Life on Mars
49. Paul McCartney & Wings – Live and Let Die
50. The Doobie Brothers – Long Train Runnin
51. The O’Jays – Love Train
52. Paul Simon – Loves Me Like a Rock
53. Slade – Merry Xmas Everybody
54. Gladys Knight & The Pips – Midnight Train to Georgia
55. Pink Floyd – Money
56. Alvin Stardust – My Coo Ca Choo
57. B.W. Stevenson – My Maria
58. Alice Cooper – No More Mr. Nice Guy
59. Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits
60. Medicine Head – One and One Is One
61. Led Zeppelin – Over the Hills and Far Away
62. Strawbs – Part of the Union
63. Ringo Starr – Photograph
64. Hudson Ford – Pick Up the Pieces
65. Cliff Richard – Power to All Our Friends
66. The Allman Brothers Band – Ramblin’ Man
67. ABBA – Ring Ring
68. Medicine Head – Rising Sun
69. David Essex – Rock On
70. John Denver – Rocky Mountain High
71. Electric Light Orchestra – Roll Over Beethoven
72. 10cc – Rubber Bullets
73. Elton John – Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting
74. Carpenters – Sing
75. Deep Purple – Smoke on the Water
76. Brownsville Station – Smokin’ in the Boys Room
77. Stealers Wheel – Stuck in the Middle with You
78. Stevie Wonder – Superstition
79. Eagles – Tequila Sunrise
80. Albert Hammond – The Free Electric Band
81. Steve Miller Band – The Joker
82. Maureen McGovern – The Morning After
83. Charlie Rich – The Most Beautiful Girl
84. Vicki Lawrence – The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia
85. Albert Hammond – The Peacemaker
86. Nazareth – This Flight Tonight
87. Dawn feat. Tony Orlando – Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree
88. Jim Croce – Time in a Bottle
89. Carpenters – Top of the World
90. Diana Ross – Touch Me in the Morning
91. Aretha Franklin – Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)
92. Lou Reed – Walk on the Wild Side
93. Grand Funk – We’re an American Band
94. Thin Lizzy – Whiskey in the Jar
95. Free – Wishing Well
96. Deep Purple – Woman from Tokyo
97. Carpenters – Yesterday Once More
98. Stevie Wonder – You Are the Sunshine of My Life
99. New Seekers – You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me
100. Carly Simon – You’re So Vain

Based on the charts of the US and Europe.
The songs are in alphabetical order.
Song snippets are kept short due to copyright reasons.

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41 Responses

  1. There are some classics in there some real turds but a lot of diversity unlike today where it all sounds the same a lot of rappers with it a lot of words but fuck all to say and women wigging there arses about

  2. Can't pick any songs there I would remove never realised that 1973 was the Megga hit year I was 12 found Jimmy Croce and he died… And yes I remember Ring Ring in Swedish first..

  3. My gosh…i was just 1 year old, so i barely heared that music, so much time after i heard it by my old brother and uncles, but there were always new released music, at 70's it was a trend , buy the new LP at store and make a party jejeje ohhh good times, so, i been conscious of the awsome 70's music like in 1977, when i'm 5 YO, and i instantly loved, o like i can remember crying when i hear "the night chicago died" or " the year of the cat", wow if i could go back in time, i surely go to those years.
    Thanks for this !!!!!!

  4. So many things in life are a letdown and fall short of expectations , but for those of you who did not witness the 70's, they WERE AS AWESOME AS ADVERTISED!!

  5. Похоже, в 73м сошлись все звезды на небесах и на земле! Совершенно разноплановые песни из совершенно разных миров – и все слушаются с замиранием сердца! Теперь я знаю, что взять с собой в бомбоубежище во время ядерной войны. God, Give Peace A Chance, Please!

  6. Wowwwww if there was such thing like a time machine! Believe me I would go back, wouldn’t come to this time, how did I let my childhood years go by sooo dam fast😡😡😩😩😩😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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