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All-Time Music Charts

VinylSurrender lists the best music of all-time from 1950 to the present day, compiling charts of the most popular tracks and releases throughout this period.

Each track has it's own statistics page with standard information such as album, artist, year of release, genre, mood, etc, as well as specific chart positions.

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Artist

Album

 
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Needle And A Knife 

Tennis

Ritual In Repeat by Tennis

Ritual In Repeat

2014

 
16
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Never Work For Free 

Tennis

Ritual In Repeat by Tennis

Ritual In Repeat

2014

 
20
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New West 

Mark Orton (Tin Hat)

Nebraska OST by Mark Orton (Tin Hat)

Nebraska OST

2013

 
5
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Easy Money 

Johnny Marr

Playland by Johnny Marr

Playland

2014

 
4
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We Come From The Same Place  R

Allo Darlin'

We Come From The Same Place by Allo Darlin

We Come From The Same Place

2014

 
6
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Lovely Rita (ft. Tegan & Sara, Stardeath and White Dwarves) 

The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends by The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends

2014

 
7
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It Never Was The Same 

The Twilight Sad

Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave by The Twilight Sad

Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave

2014

 
1
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A Day In The Life (ft. Miley Cyrus and New Fumes) 

The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends by The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends

2014

 
4
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She's Leaving Home (ft. Phantogram, Julianna Barwick and SPACEFACE) 

The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends by The Flaming Lips

With A Little Help From My Fwends

2014

 
2
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Sometimes I Wished I Could Fall Asleep 

The Twilight Sad

Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave by The Twilight Sad

Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave

2014

 
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Track We Come From The Same Place by Allo Darlin' from We Come From The Same Place (2014) 
Sounds like a female David Gedge (The Wedding Present). (Richard)  
 
Album Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave by The Twilight Sad (2014)
Anthemic, in a word, with the standout track being 'It Never Was The Same'. (Richard)  
 
Album With A Little Help From My Fwends by The Flaming Lips (2014)
A good albeit unoriginal idea which has some great renditions and some awful ones, which has nothing to do with my favourites from the original album. Horrendous compositions of 'With A Little Help From My Friends' and 'Getting Better' for example, but some terrific re-recordings of 'Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds', 'She's Leaving Home' and 'Lovely Rita'. The psychedelic, rather badly sung renditions largely pissed me off, whereas the better produced, clear renditions, perhaps more poppy-er styles, pleased me a lot more. Miley Cyrus' contributions were pretty good, surprisingly, likewise Tegan & Sara and Juliana Barwick. Maybe the younger generation of ladies bring something to the SGT smorgasbord, whereas the male, perhaps more psychedelic and self-conscious ideas don't add anything new, sometimes even ruining songs. Anyway, it's all in a good cause with all profits being donated to charity, so buy it even if it's just for that. (Richard)  
 
Album Ritual In Repeat by Tennis (2014)
Another one of those surprise finds. Moderate reviews around the Internet of 'B', 7/10, an awful initial rating of 2.85 on RYM, but instinct tells me that Tennis are due a result, or maybe it's that extraordinary cover with the face rubbed out. It's a very consistent record in which the early tracks are strong and the final two tracks just as strong, often indicative of how well planned out a record is, but you don't need to listen to the whole album to understand Tennis' sound, just pick one of the tracks and decide for yourself. Tennis have come a long way since 'Cape Dory' which is quaint but lacks a little meat on the bone. 'Ritual In Repeat' is just great and I particularly recommend 'Never Work For Free', 'Needle And A Knife' and the excellent 'Solar On The Rise' as possible highlights. I'm also adding 'Viv Without The N' as another terrific track from this album. (Richard)  
 
Artist Brian Setzer
Brian Setzer is also the lead singer of the band Stray Cats. (Richard)  
 
Track When I Held Ya by Moa Lignell from When I Held Ya [single] (2012) 
You need to watch the Swedish Idol performance to appreciate this song, readily available on YouTube, otherwise it sounds like another nicely produced singer/songerwriter effort with perhaps too much repetition. Watch Moa Lignell play this live in front of the judges. (Richard)  
 
Album Playland by Johnny Marr (2014)
Johnny Marr gets it right. (Richard)  
 
Album Plowing Into The Field of Love by Iceage (2014)
Be wary - a harsh listen with aggressive vocals for certain types of audiences. (Richard)  
 
Album Soused by Scott Walker + Sunn O))) (2014)
You only release an album like this if you don't give a damn what other people think, and that's to be highly commended if it's actually any good. Five tracks averaging about 10 minutes in length of rock opera, swathes of shiny-shiny boots of leather, a combination of 'Songs For Drella' and the likely future soundtrack of 'Oliver Twist meets Sweeney Tood vs The Omen', unnerving violin undercurrents - no, that's people screaming to death actually, an operatic corpse, an aeroplane going over head, engine ready to explode and kill at least a dozen people, except that's really happening, and best of all, an amazing album cover. Will I be listening to this again? Yes, probably the next time I'm looking to get rid of unwanted guests. (Richard)  
 
Album Taiga by Zola Jesus (2014)
Not rubbish, not at all, but an album that had me hovering over the skip button more than I like, for a surprisingly mainstream release. (Richard)