Eight years ago, the rock group Boston made a little chart history when their second album, "Don't Look Back," streaked to No. 1 after just three weeks on the LP list.
This week, history repeated itself, because the group's long-awaited follow-up album, "Third Stage," also has hit No. 1--and also after just three weeks on the charts.
That's an impressive accomplishment, because much has changed in the pop music world since Tom Scholz's distinctive guitar lines and Brad Delp's soaring vocals made Boston one of the top "album rock" acts of the '70s.