The Archies is the debut studio album by The Archies, a fictional pop band from the Archie comics. The album was originally released on the Calendar Records label in 1968 and included 12 songs. It was produced by Jeff Barry and co-produced by Don Kirshner. The band's debut single was "Bang-Shang-A-Lang" and it hit #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 chart at #88. The song "Seventeen Ain't Young" became a Top 40 hit in Australia for Frank Howson in 1969.
- "Archie's Theme (Everything's Archie)" (Jeff Barry)
- "Boys and Girls" (Jeff Barry)
- "Time for Love"
- "You Make Me Wanna Dance" (Jeff Barry, Mark Barkan, Ritchie Adams)
- "La Dee Doo Down Down" (Jeff Barry)
- "Truck Driver" (Jeff Barry)
- "Catchin' Up On Fun" (Jeff Barry)
- "I'm in Love" (Jeff Barry)
- "Seventeen Ain't Young" (Jeff Barry)
- "Ride, Ride, Ride" (Jeff Barry)
- "Hide and Seek" (Mark Barkan, Ritchie Adams)
- "Bang-Shang-A-Lang" (Jeff Barry)