That s the Way of the World - Wikipedia

That's the Way of the World is the sixth studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire , released on March 15, 1975 by Columbia Records . It was also the soundtrack for a 1975 motion picture of the same name which featured several of the band members in cameo roles. Included on the album was the single " Shining Star ", which was a #1 U.S. pop and R&B hit. Another popular single was the title track, which reached #12 on the pop chart. The album spent three weeks atop the Billboard Pop Albums Charts, five nonconsecutive weeks atop the Soul Albums chart. [1] [2]

That's the Way of the World was also the third best-selling pop album and the number one best-selling R&B album of 1975 respectively and has been certified triple platinum in the U.S by the RIAA . [3] [4]

In 2003, the album was ranked number 493 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time . In 2012, on a revised list by the magazine, the album listed at #486.

That's the Way of the World is the sixth studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire , released on March 15, 1975 by Columbia Records . It was also the soundtrack for a 1975 motion picture of the same name which featured several of the band members in cameo roles. Included on the album was the single " Shining Star ", which was a #1 U.S. pop and R&B hit. Another popular single was the title track, which reached #12 on the pop chart. The album spent three weeks atop the Billboard Pop Albums Charts, five nonconsecutive weeks atop the Soul Albums chart. [1] [2]

That's the Way of the World was also the third best-selling pop album and the number one best-selling R&B album of 1975 respectively and has been certified triple platinum in the U.S by the RIAA . [3] [4]

In 2003, the album was ranked number 493 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time . In 2012, on a revised list by the magazine, the album listed at #486.

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