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Whatculture's 10 Perfect 1970s Rock Albums With No Bad Songs

"The '70s are known today as the decade where rock really came into its own. While you could that the era of Flower Power helped the genre find its voice, it wasn't until the '70s kicked into high gear where it start to become a global force in music. With a track list like this, it's no wonder we're still calling this the greatest era of rock to this day."
-Tim Coffman-
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The Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd, 1973)
The Dark Side of the Moon (Pink Floyd, 1973)
2
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (David Bowie, 1972)
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (David Bowie, 1972)
3
Ramones (Ramones, 1976)
Ramones (Ramones, 1976)
4
A Night at the Opera (Queen, 1975)
A Night at the Opera (Queen, 1975)
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5
Who's Next (The Who, 1971)
Who's Next (The Who, 1971)
6
Rocks (Aerosmith, 1976)
Rocks (Aerosmith, 1976)
7
The Cars (The Cars, 1979)
The Cars (The Cars, 1979)
8
Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones, 1972)
Exile on Main Street (The Rolling Stones, 1972)
9
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John, 1973)
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John, 1973)
10
Morrison Hotel (The Doors, 1970)
Morrison Hotel (The Doors, 1970)
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