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List of Canadian number-one albums of 1968

The Canadian Top 50 Albums, published in RPM, was a record chart that features albums in Canada. The first chart started on October 14, 1968, and the last issue was October 30, 2000.[1] There were seven number-one albums in 1968: the first was Wheels of Fire by Cream, and the last was The Beatles by The Beatles. Jimi Hendrix's Electric Ladyland spent the most weeks at number-one, spending three weeks from November 18 to December 2. Wheels of Fire, Cheap Thrills by Big Brother and the Holding Company, and The Beatles all spent two weeks at number-one. Steppenwolf by Steppenwolf and Wichita Lineman by Glen Campbell spent one week at number-one.

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Issue Date Album Artist Ref.
October 14 Wheels of Fire Cream [2]
October 21 Feliciano! José Feliciano [3]
October 28 Cheap Thrills Big Brother and the Holding Company [4]
November 4 [5]
November 11 Steppenwolf Steppenwolf [6]
November 18 Electric Ladyland Jimi Hendrix [7]
November 25 [8]
December 2 [9]
December 9 Wichita Lineman Glen Campbell [10]
December 16 The Beatles The Beatles [11]
December 23 [12]

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