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WAR members are Lonnie Jordan. WAR released Eight albums from 1977 till 1985. The first album WAR released in the seventies is 'Galaxy' on MCA Records. Other albums that WAR recorded are 'Life (Is So Strange)', 'Outlaw', 'The Music Band'. Two hundred and twenty two albums of WAR reached the billboard Black Albums chart. The highest charted album was 'Deliver The Word' from 1973. This album debuted in 1973 on the Black Albums chart and reached number 1 and lasts 0 weeks on this chart. Other charted albums are `Deliver The Word' #1 (Black Albums) and `The World Is A Ghetto' #1 (Pop Albums) and `War Live!' #1 (Black Albums) and `Why Can't We Be Friends?' #1 (Black Albums) and `Platinum Jazz' #10 (Jazz Albums) and `The Music Band' #11 (Black Albums) and `The Music Band 2' #11 (Pop Albums) and `Greatest Hits' #12 (Black Albums) and `War Live!' #13 (Pop Albums) and `Love Is All Around' #14 (Pop Albums) and `Why Can't We Be Friends?' #14 (Jazz Albums) and `Galaxy' #15 (Pop Albums) and `Outlaw' #15 (Black Albums) and `The Best Of War' #15 (The Billboard 200) and `All Day Music' #16 (Pop Albums) and `Life (Is So Strange)' #16 (Pop Albums) and `War' #19 (Pop Albums) and `Peace Sign' #20 (The Billboard 200) and `Platinum Jazz' #23 (Pop Albums) and `The Music Band 2' #34 (Black Albums) and `Life (Is So Strange)' #36 (Black Albums) and `Youngblood' #40 (Black Albums) and `The Music Band' #41 (Pop Albums) and `War' #42 (Black Albums) and `Outlaw' #48 (Pop Albums) and `Peace Sign' #52 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `All Day Music' #6 (Black Albums) and `Deliver The Word' #6 (Pop Albums) and `Galaxy' #6 (Black Albums) and `Greatest Hits' #6 (Pop Albums) and `Platinum Jazz' #6 (Black Albums) and `Youngblood' #69 (Pop Albums) and `Why Can't We Be Friends?' #8 (Pop Albums) and `The Black-Man's Burdon' #82 (Pop Albums) From 1970 till 2000 WAR released also thirty four singles. The first single WAR released in the seventies is 'Spill The Wine' on Records. Other released tracks are 'You Got The Power (1982 / RCA)', 'Galaxy (1978 / MCA)', 'Groovin' (1984 / COCO PLUM)', 'Just Because (1982 / RCA)'.

Members of the War are: Lonnie Jordan
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