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The Isley Brothers are a Grammy-winning American R&B/soul group who are one of the few groups to have long-running success on the Billboard charts placing a charted single in every decade since 1959 and as of 2006 was still charting successful albums performing under a repertoire of doo-wop, R&B, rock 'n' roll, soul, funk, disco, urban adult contemporary and hip-hop soul in the last six decades with a variation of lineups ranging from a quartet to a trio to a sextet to finally a duo.

Discography

Top 40 singles

Year Single Chart positions
US UK US R&B
1962 "Twist and Shout" 17 42 2
1966 "This Old Heart of Mine (Is Weak for You)" 12 3 6
1968 "Behind a Painted Smile" 5
1969 "It's Your Thing" 2 30 1
1969 "I Turned You On" 23 6
1969 "Put Yourself In My Place" 13
1970 "Love the One You're With" 18 3
1970 "Pop That Thang" 24 3
1972 "That Lady (Part 1)" 6 14 2
1972 "Summer Breeze" 60 16 10
1975 "Fight the Power (Part 1)" 4 1
1975 "For the Love of You" 22 10
1976 "Harvest for the World" 63 10 9
1977 "The Pride (Part 1)" 63 1
1977 "Livin' in the Life" 40 1
1978 "Take Me to the Next Phase (Part 1)" 50 1
1979 "I Wanna Be with You (Part 1)" 1
1979 "It's a Disco Night (Rock Don't Stop)" 90 14 27
1980 "Don't Say Goodnight (It's Time for Love) (Parts 1 & 2)" 39 1
1983 "Between the Sheets" 101 52 3
1996 "Down Low (Nobody Has to Know)" (R. Kelly featuring The Isley Brothers) 4 23 1
2001 "Contagious" 19 3
"—" denotes the single failed to chart

Top 20 albums




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