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List of Top 25 singles for 1974 in Australia

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List of Top 25 singles for 1974 in Australia

The following lists the top 25 (end of year) charting singles on the Australian Singles Charts, for the year of 1974. These were the best charting singles in Australia for 1974. The source for this year is the "Kent Music Report", known from 1987 onwards as the "Australian Music Report".

# Title Artist Highest pos. reached weeks at No. 1
1. "My Coo Ca Choo" Alvin Stardust 1 7
2. "Billy Don't Be a Hero" Paper Lace 1 8
3. "Evie" Stevie Wright 1 6
4. "The Night Chicago Died" Paper Lace 1 8
5. "Seasons in the Sun" Terry Jacks 1 4
6. "Farewell Aunty Jack" Graham Bond 1 3
7. "Can't Stop Myself From Loving You" William Shakespeare 2
8. "Leave Me Alone" Helen Reddy 1 4
9. "Ballroom Blitz" The Sweet 2
10. "I Love You, I Honestly Love You" Olivia Newton-John 1 4
11. "The Lord's Prayer" Sister Janet Mead 3
12. "The Entertainer" Marvin Hamlisch 2
13. "Devil Gate Drive" Suzi Quatro 1 3
14. "I Am Pegasus" Ross Ryan 2
15. "(You're) Having My Baby" Paul Anka 2
16. "Sorrow" David Bowie 1 2
17. "The Streak" Ray Stevens 2
18. "She (Didn't Remember My Name)" Osmosis 2
19. "I Love You Love Me Love" Gary Glitter 4
20. "Rock Your Baby" George McCrae 2
21. "Sugar Baby Love" The Rubettes 2
22. "Kung Fu Fighting" Carl Douglas 1 3
23. "48 Crash" Suzi Quatro 1 1
24. "Photograph" Ringo Starr 1 1
25. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Elton John 4

These charts are calculated by David Kent of the Kent Music Report and they are based on the number of weeks and position the records reach within the top 100 singles for each week.

source: David Kent's "Australian Chart Book 1970-1992"

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