Street-Legal is Bob Dylan's 18th studio album, released in 1978 by Columbia Records. The album features a major musical departure for Dylan, who for the first time utilizes a large, pop-rock band, complete with female backing vocalists.
Following the twin successes of Blood on the Tracks and Desire, Street-Legal was another gold record for Dylan, but it peaked at only #11 on the US Billboard charts, making it his first studio album to miss the US Top 10 since 1964. However, it became his best-selling studio album in the UK, reaching #2 on the charts (his highest position in eight years) and achieving platinum status with 300,000 copies sold (the only other Dylan album to do this was The Essential Bob Dylan).
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