The number of songs on a billboard has doubled in the last decade, and now you need to know how to get your hands on them all.
Billboard’s latest country charts show the total number of billboard songs, which have topped the charts for the past six years.
We’ve compiled a list of the biggest and most popular billboards that feature songs from the charts and radio stations of the time.
The Starburst – This song was first released in 1972, and is the first billboard song to reach the number one spot on Billboard’s Country Songs chart.
It was recorded by the R&B duo of Joe Lewis and Jimmy Dore.
The Riff Raff – This was the number 1 billboard hit in the US in 1976 and has been played for more than 150 million times since.
The King of Pop – The first billboard hit from the hip-hop duo Nelly, this track was recorded in 1978.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic – The number one song on the American pop chart in 1981.
The Rolling Stones – The Beatles’ album Abbey Road has been downloaded more than 200 million times.
The Beatles – The group’s first album Abbey Street has sold more than 50 million copies worldwide.
The Eagles – The Rolling Stone cover art has been used on more than 5,000 billboards around the world.
The Mamas and the Papas – The Moms’ cover of the Eagles’ song, Love You to Death, is one of the most recognisable songs in pop music.
The Police – The Police’s hit single Love Me Do was first recorded in 1967.
The Spice Girls – The Spice Boys’ first album, Spice Girls, was released in 1979.
The Beach Boys – The Beachboys first single was ‘You Know It’s Christmas’.
The Doors – The Doors first single, ‘Love Me Do’, was released on October 7, 1971.
Pink Floyd – The band’s album Dark Side of the Moon was released five days before its debut on September 18, 1972.
The Black Eyed Peas – A hit single from The Black Eel, the pop band’s second album, was recorded two weeks before its release on September 13, 1972 on the label of Sony Music.
The Supremes – The Supres first single ‘Baby Got Back’ was released six weeks before their debut album, Rock And Roll, on August 28, 1973.
The Kinks – The Kink’s first single from the 1975 album Live At The Apollo was released three weeks before it was recorded.
The Pretenders – The Pretends debut album Live On Tour was recorded on March 26, 1976, a week before the album’s release.
The Clash – The Clash’s second studio album, The Fall Of The House Of The Rising Sun, was the first album to be recorded at the London studios of producer Rick Rubin.
The Replacements – The Replicas debut album All Your Fault, was first available to buy on April 1, 1975.
The Jackson 5 – The Jackson Five’s album The Fall was released to radio on May 6, 1976.
Pink Flamingos – The hit single ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ was first published in March 1974, the first record to be digitally mastered for vinyl.
The Cure – The Cure’s debut album The Cure was the UK’s biggest selling album of 1974.
The Who – The Who’s album One More Saturday Night was the third-biggest selling album in the UK in 1974.
The Velvet Underground – The Velvet Unites were the UK singles record label’s biggest-selling albums of 1974 with The Who, The Rolling Jam and The Yardbirds.
The Pixies – The Pixys first single to be published was ‘A Little Less Conversation’.
The B-52s – The B’52s debut album ‘Love in a Bottle’ was the best-selling record in the United Kingdom in 1974 with 50,000 copies sold in the first week.
The Cars – The Cars’ first single released was ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’.
The White Stripes – Bob Dylan’s first two albums, The White Album and The Long Blue Line, were released on January 28, 1974 and February 11, 1974 respectively.
The Sex Pistols – The Sex Poses were the first recorded hit single in Britain.
The Monkees – The Monks first single recorded was ‘Love Train’.
The Temptations – The Teds first single produced was ‘Take a Walk in the Park’.
The Dixie Chicks – The Dixies first single album The Tumbleweed was released the week after it was released.
The Ramones – The Ramons first album The Road to Here