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Columns » Chart History

October 18, 2005: Death Cab For Cutie – <cite>Plans</cite>

CMJ Chart History: October 18, 2005: Death Cab For Cutie – Plans

September 4, 2015, By

The end of an era of No. 1s on the CMJ charts

March 2, 2010: Beach House—<cite>Teen Dream</cite>

CMJ Chart History: March 2, 2010: Beach House—Teen Dream

August 28, 2015, By

For Beach House, reaching No. 1 has been a walk in the park

February 1, 2011: Destroyer – <cite>Kaputt</cite>

CMJ Chart History: February 1, 2011: Destroyer – Kaputt

August 21, 2015, By

Two decades on, and still not kaputt on college radio

August 9, 2005: Coldplay—<cite>X And Y</cite>

CMJ Chart History: August 9, 2005: Coldplay—X And Y

August 14, 2015, By

Hail to the Chief’s taste

July 6, 2004: Wilco – <cite>A Ghost Is Born</cite>

CMJ Chart History: July 6, 2004: Wilco – A Ghost Is Born

July 31, 2015, By

And many other chart topping successes

First to 1st

CMJ Chart History: First to 1st1

July 27, 2015, By

From Bully to the Avalanches, bands whose debut album reached No. 1

Surprise Albums In The Digital Age

CMJ Chart History: Surprise Albums In The Digital Age

July 17, 2015, By

Teaching us how to appreciate the full album again.

June 28, 1985: New Order – <cite>Low-Life</cite>

CMJ Chart History: June 28, 1985: New Order – Low-Life

June 26, 2015, By

30 years later, they are still going strong

February 8, 2005: Bright Eyes’ Double Header

CMJ Chart History: February 8, 2005: Bright Eyes’ Double Header

June 19, 2015, By

And a look at the rest of Oberst’s discography

The Songs Of iPod Commercial Fame

CMJ Chart History: The Songs Of iPod Commercial Fame

June 15, 2015, By

Which came first, the commercial or the chart?