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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Bandit » Sun Oct 07, 2018 11:58 pm

This week in 1995

1. Mariah Carey - Fantasy
2. Seal - Kiss From A Rose
3. Hootie & The Blowfish - Only Wanna Be With You
4. Janet Jackson - Runaway
5. Michael Jackson - You Are Not Alone
6. Brandy - Brokenhearted
7. Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise
8. All 4 One - I Can Love You Like That
9. Sophie B. Hawkins - As I Lay Me Down
10. TLC - Waterfalls
11. Natalie Merchant - Carnival
12. Prince - I Hate U
13. Del Amitri - Roll To Me
14. Selena - I Could Fall In Love
15. Alanis Morissette - You Oughta Know
16. Collective Soul - December
17. The Rembrandts - I'll Be There For You
18. Faith Evans - You Used To Love Me
19. D'Angelo - Brown Sugar
20. Notorious B.I.G. - One More Chance/Stay With Me
21. Gin Blossoms - Til I Hear It From You
22. Shaggy - Boombastic
23. Take That - Back For Good
24. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - 1st Of Tha Month
25. Redman featuring Method Man - How High
26. Skee-Lo - I Wish
27. After 7 - Til You Do Me Right
28. Soul For Real - Every Little Thing I Do
29. Boyz II Men - Water Runs Dry
30. Diana King - Shy Guy
31. Bush - Comedown
32. Hootie & The Blowfish - Let Her Cry
33. Solo - Heaven
34. Dionne Farris - I Know
35. Jodeci - Freek'n You
36. PM Dawn - Downtown Venus
37. Montell Jordan - Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz
38. Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffanys
39. Scatman John - Scatman
40. Sheryl Crow - Can't Cry Anymore
41. Luniz - I Got 5 On It
42. 2pac - Temptations
43. Everything But The Girl - Missing
44. Naughty By Nature - Feel Me Flow
45. Bon Jovi - This Ain't A Love Song
46. Xscape - Feels So Good
47. Lost Boyz - Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz
48. Brandy - Best Friend
49. Artie The 1 Man Party - A Mover La Colita
50. Real McCoy - Come And Get Your Love

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Rock Radio
1. Goo Goo Dolls - Name
2. Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
3. Bush - Comedown
4. Silverchair - Tomorrow
5. Toadies - Possum King
6. Edwyn Collins - A Girl Like You
7. Rancid - Time Bomb
8. Gin Blossoms - Til I Hear It From You
9. Lenny Kravitz - Rock And Roll Is Dead
10. Better Than Ezra - In The Blood
11. Green Day - Geek Stink Breath
12. Foo Fighters - I'll Stick Around
13. Red Hot Chili Peppers - My Friends
14. Blind Melon - Galaxie
15. Heather Nova - Walk This World
16. Soul Asylum - Just Like Anyone
17. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Warped
18. Green Day - J.A.R.
19. Natalie Merchant - Carnival
20. Garbage - Queer
21. Weezer - Say It Ain't So
22. CIV - Can't Wait One Minute More
23. Live - All Over You
24. Sponge - Molly
25. Dave Matthews Band - Ants Marching
26. Oasis - Morning Glory
27. Collective Soul - December
28. Blues Traveler - Hook
29. Foo Fighters - This Is A Call
30. David Bowie - The Hearts Filthy Lesson

Rap
1. Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise
2. Luniz - I Got 5 On It
3. Redman featuring Method Man - How High
4. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - 1st Of Tha Month
5. Junior M.A.F.I.A. - Players Anthem
6. Notorious B.I.G. - One More Chance/Stay With Me
7. KRS-One - MC's Act Like They Know
8. Das EFX - Real Hip Hop
9. AZ - Sugar Hill
10. Lost Boyz - Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz
11. Dove Shack - Summertime
12. 2pac - Temptations
13. Skee-Lo - I Wish
14. Crooklyn Dodgers - Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers
15. Jamal - Fades Them All
16. WC & The Maaad Circle - West Up!
17. Supercat - Girlstown
18. Masta Ace INC. Sittin' On Chrome
19. MC Hammer featuring VMF - Sultry Funk
20. Twinz - Round & Round
21. Mystikal - Y'all Ain't Ready Yet
22. Milkbone - Where'z Da Party At?
23. 2pac - So Many Tears
24. Mack 10 - On Them Thangs
25. Mack 10 - Foe Life
26. Blahzay Blahzay - Danger
27. A Town Players - Wassup Wassup!
28. Raekwon - Glaciers Of Ice
29. Mobb Deep - Temperature Rising
30. Big L - MVP

R&B
1. Mariah Carey - Fantasy
2. Prince - I Hate U
3. Michael Jackson - You Are Not Alone
4. Janet Jackson - Runaway
5. Groove Theory - Tell Me
6. Solo - Heaven
7. Deborah Cox - Sentimental
8. After 7 - Til You Do Me Right
9. Faith Evans - You Used To Love Me
10. Brian McKnight - On The Down Low
11. D'Angelo - Brown Sugar
12. Shaggy - Boombastic
13. Pure Soul - We Must Be In Love
14. Immature - Feel The Funk
15. Gerald Levert & Eddie Levert - Already Missing You
16. TLC - Waterfalls
17. Jon B. featuring Babyface - Someone To Love
18. Boyz II Men - Vibin'
19. Jodeci - Freek'n You
20. Xscape - Feels So Good
21. Regina Belle - Love T.K.O.
22. Blackstreet - Tonight's The Night
23. Boyz II Men - Water Runs Dry
24. Brandy - Best Friend
25. Shai - Come With Me
26. Pebbles - Are You Ready
27. Aaron Hall - Curiosity
28. Total featuring Notorious B.I.G. - Can't You See
29. Montell Jordan - Somethin' 4 Da Honeyz
30. Jason Weaver - Love Ambition (Call On Me)

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

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Albums this week in 1995

1. Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill
2. Soundtrack - Dangerous Minds
3. Hootie & The Blowfish - Cracked Rear view
4. Michael Bolton - Greatest Hits 1985-1995
5. Tim McGraw - All I Want
6. TLC - Crazysexycool
7. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - E. 1999 Eternal
8. Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute
9. Shania Twain - The Woman In Me
10. Silverchair - Frog Stomp
11. Soundtrack - The Show
12. Soundtrack - Mortal Kombat
13. Natalie Merchant - Tigerlily
14. Jeff Foxworthy - Games Rednecks Play
15. Blues Traveler - Four
16. Dave Matthews Band - Under The Table And Dreaming
17. Live - Throwing Copper
18. Seal - Seal
19. Bush - Sixteen Stone
20. Selena - Dreaming Of You
21. Lenny Kravitz - Circus
22. Michael Jackson - HIStory Past, Present And Future Book One
23. Travis Tritt - Greatest Hits
24. Xscape - Off The Hook
25. Faith Evans - Faith
26. Junior M.A.F.I.A - Conspiracy
27. White Zombie - Astro Creep 2000
28. Garth Brooks - The Hits
29. Foo Fighters - Foo Fighters
30. John Michael Montgomery - John Michael Montgomery
31. Soundtrack - Pocahontas
32. Jodeci - The Show, The After Party, The Hotel
33. Soundtrack - Batman Forever
34. Boyz II Men - II
35. ESPN - Jock Jams
36. Soundtrack - Pulp Fiction
37. Presidents Of The United States Of America - Presidents Of The United States Of America
38. Brian McKnight - I Remember
39. Shaggy - Boombastic
40. Raekwon - Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
41. Annie Lennox - Medusa
42. Luniz - Operation Stackola
43. D'Angelo - Brown Sugar
44. Collective Soul - Collective Soul
45. Jimmy Buffet - Barometer Soup
46. Eagles - Hell Freezes Over
47. The Cranberries - No Need To Argue
48. Michael W. Smith - I'll Lead You Home
49. Rusted Root - When I Woke
50. All-4-One - And The Music Speaks
51. Faith Hill - It Matters To Me
52. Collin Raye - I Think About You
53. Monica - Miss Thang
54. Weezer - Weezer
55. Down - NOLA
56. Dream Theater - Change Of Seasons
57. Better Than Ezra - Deluxe
58. Goo Goo Dolls - A Boy Named Goo
59. Alison Krauss - Now That I've Found You
60. Rancid - ...And Out Come The Wolves
61. Soundtrack - Empire Records
62. Toadies - Rubber neck
63. Green Day - Doogie
64. Bon Jovi - These Days
65. Solo - Solo
66. Montell Jordan - This Is How We Do It
67. Sheryl Crow - Tuesday Night Music Club
68. Soul Asylum - Let Your Dim Light Shine
69. Sophie B. Hawkins - Whaler
70. Soundtrack - New York Undercover
71. Skee-Lo - I Wish
72. Daniel Lee Murphy - Out With A Bang
73. Chris Isaak - Forever Blue
74. Brandy - Brandy
75. After 7 - Reflections
76. Real McCoy - Another Night
77. Twinz - Conversations
78. Dolly Parton - Something Special
79. The Rembrandts - LP
80. Soundtrack - Friday
81. The Offspring - Smash
82. Soundtrack - Desperado
83. Metallica - Metallica
84. Mack 10 - Mack 10
85. Notorious B.I.G - Ready To Die
86. Primus - Tales From The Punch Bowl
87. 2pac - Me Against The World
88. Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
89. Soundtrack - Angus
90. Blind Melon - Soup
91. Fourplay - Elixir
92. Korn - Korn
93. Pink Floyd - Pulse
94. Van Halen - Balance
95. Soundtrack - The Lion King
96. Morrissey - South Paw Grammar
97. Cyndi Lauper - 12 Deadly Cyns
98. Filter - Short Bus
99. Dove Shack - This Is The Shack
100. Bjork -Post

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Big Boss Man » Mon Oct 08, 2018 4:43 pm

Surprised "I Hate U" by Prince is so high up in the chart. The Chaos & Disorder album it's from was one which made up the contract severance with Warners. The Black Album (94 release), Chaos & Disorder, The Vault Old Friends 4 Sale were the albums if I'm correct. The Gold Experience was a NPG records release and is part of the new Sony licensing deal.

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Post by Bandit » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:43 pm

Big Boss Man wrote:Surprised "I Hate U" by Prince is so high up in the chart. The Chaos & Disorder album it's from was one which made up the contract severance with Warners. The Black Album (94 release), Chaos & Disorder, The Vault Old Friends 4 Sale were the albums if I'm correct. The Gold Experience was a NPG records release and is part of the new Sony licensing deal.
It was his last hit until Black Sweat 9 years later.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:31 pm

No songs from Emancipation and Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic hit in the US?. Holy River, his cover of Betcha By Golly Wow were hits here as was Greatest Romance from RUTJF.

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Post by Bandit » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:45 pm

His stuff got played but didn't chart in the top 50.

Black Sweat, Song of the Heart and Guitar were seen has his career resurgence.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:20 am

Interesting, thanks. I think Prince like MJ still retained their core audiences and they were still seen as big deals which when you think about it of course they always were. Just changes in musical trends knocked them off the top. Earth Song and Most Beautiful Girl in the World where both #1s here so must have been like Grunge, Hip Hop etc which pushed them out in the US.

But again we had like Brit Pop etc here so Im assuming the U.K. marketing, promotion & distribution of their records was better. However, TMBGITW was really an independent release (Bell Records distributed it if I'm correct) so in theory they shouldn't have even made the chart at all. I'm assuming maybe that's why Prince didn't really chart in the US (was he absent on the R&B chart too?) because NPG records didn't have the same distribution channels that a major would have. That being said, RUTJF was on Arista which was I believe part of BMG then so distribution, marketing etc shouldn't have been an issue. Maybe the whole name change, feud with WB soured his appeal with music listeners. But George Michael was feuding with Sony and had a huge comeback with "Older".

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Post by Bandit » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:36 am

His singles 1996-2003

Betcha By Golly Wow #31
The Holy River #58
Somebody's Somebody did not chart on Hot 100
The Truth did not chart on Hot 100
1999 re-issue #40
Greatest Romance Ever Sold #63
Supercute did not chart
The Work did not chart
Days of Wild did not chart.

I think the difference is its a lot easier to have a #1 with a small label in the UK than the US. Really only Priority Records, Ruthless Records, No Limit Records and Rap-A-Lot were the completely independent labels to get #1's. But hip hop has its own media system, so small acts can get publicity much easier. So they were able to get big within their own system until the mainstream couldn't ignore them anymore. Like Straight Outta Compton was ignored but became massive and then Niggaz4life went to #1 when it was released because the mainstream decided to give NWA attention then. And Scarface was a big deal nearly a decade before The Untouchable went to #1. Master P even put in 3 years before Ghetto D. But rock and R&B didn't really have anything like that until the internet. The indie bands that broke like Sonic Youth, Nirvana, Green Day, etc. had to go to the majors.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:56 am

Thanks. That's true about the UK, a label like Creation was backed by Sony so they had that distribution, marketing etc behind a group like Oasis. Stax and Motown come to mind as labels which had big hits without a majors backing in the US. Only in the 80s Motown had MCA/Universal, Stax changed distributor a few times and mismanagement caused the label to go under. So in some ways Prince was smart releasing music independently. Had he still been with Warners idk if he'd have had a career resurgence. Musics really about trends and back then you started to have the influence of pop groups/bands doing faux R&B lite style records so arguably they took market share from the authentic artists. Plus Prince wasn't the type to do a record with like the Backstreet Boys but I guess he could have collaborated with say Christina Aguileria or even Britney.

Surprised MJ didn't do a song with Britney or with like N'Sync or even like a group like Dru Hill to get in the charts. I don't think the song with Biggie from HIStory was released as a single. There was a Bad Boy remix of I Want You Back by the J5 but I'm not sure if it was released a single. Mariah was smart with her Butterfly album working with Sisqo, Puffy and Mase, Mobb Deep but Prince did bring in Eve, Sheryl Crow, Gwen Stefani etc for the Rave album so guest features didn't really work out there like it did for Santana with the Supernatural album which was huge with Smooth & Maria Maria.

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Bandit » Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:08 am

Yeah, and Bad Boy and Death Row weren't real independents like Priority in the US or Creation and Rough Trade. They were vanity labels given to Dr. Dre and Diddy. I think the difference is the US is bigger so hard to promote in all of. Like I remember Noel Gallagher saying he was shocked when he found out they had to spend an entire week just playing cities in Texas when Oasis was promoting Definitely Maybe when they wouldn't even stay in Scotland that long.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:22 pm

Yea that's true. Unless you have like a ton of advanced publicity or can perform on a TV show which has a big viewership then you can to have to grind it out by touring to build a fan base. Back in the day there was Ed Sullivan Show which helped The Beatles, Rolling Stones, other Merseybeat groups and The Animals tremendously. Because of the vast viewership. MTV when it played videos 24/7 helped break groups like Def Leppard, Iron Maiden etc and George Michaels Faith & Listen without Prejudice Vol 1 were very successful too. They are just a few examples plus you had like Ozzy and Black Sabbath, Deep Purple paving the way for heavy rock/metal. Considering the size of the UK there's like different genres come out of certain areas. Ozzy and Sabbath came out of Birmingham as did Noddy Holder & Slade, Roy Wood & Jeff Lynne/ELO. The Beatles and Gerry & The Pacemakers/Merseybeat of course from Liverpool, Marc Bolan; David Bowie etc from London so you had different genres from different places. Plus because the distribution network was smaller we've had white label indie releases chart.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Sat Oct 13, 2018 4:16 pm

https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/s ... 1003/7501/

UK chart from October of 1958, Dean Martin is at #2 with Volare.

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Sun Oct 14, 2018 3:49 pm

This week in 1991:

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US

1. Mariah Carey - Emotions
2. Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch - Good Vibrations
3. Natural Selection - Do Anything
4. Color Me Badd - I Adore Mi Amor
5. Karyn White - Romantic
6. Bonnie Raitt - Something To Talk About
7. Extreme - Hole Hearted
8. Firehouse - Love Of A Lifetime
9. Boyz II Men - Motownphilly
10. Aaron Neville - Everybody Plays The Fool
11. Martika - Love....Thy Will Be Done
12. Bryan Adams - Can't Stop This Thing We Started
13. Jesus Jones - Real Real Real
14. REM - Shinny Happy People
15. Heavy D & The Boyz - Now That We Found Love
16. Metallica - Enter Sandman
17. Prince - Cream
18. Luther Vandross - Don't Want To Be A Fool
19. Chesney Hawkes - The One And Only
20. Naughty By Nature - O.P.P.
21. Prince - Gett Off
22. Vanessa Williams - Running Back To You
23. Bryan Adams - (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
24. Siouxsie & The Banshees - Kiss Them For Me
25. Michael Bolton - Time, Love And Tenderness
26. C+C Music Factory - Things That Make You Go Hmmmmm....
27. Rhythm Syndicate - Hey Donna
28. Guns N' Roses - Don't Cry
29. Cathy Dennis - Too Many Walls
30. Tony Terry - With You
31. Bad Company - Walk Through Fire
32. Roberta Flack featuring Maxi Priest - Set The Night To Music
33. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - The Real Love
34. Curtis Stigers - I Wonder Why
35. Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
36. Paula Abdul - The Promise Of A New Day
37. Scorpions - Winds Of Change
38. Billy Falcon - Power Windows
39. Boyz II Men - It's So Hard To Say Goodbye
40. Amy Grant - That's What Love Is For
41. PC Quest - After The Summer's Gone
42. Hi-Five - I Can't Wait Another Minute
43. Jasmine Guy - Just Want To Hold You
44. Michael Bolton - When A Man Loves A Woman
45. Bad English - Straight To Your Heart
46. Tami Show - The Truth
47. Russ Irwin - My Heart Belongs To You
48. Rod Stewart - The Motown Song
49. KMC Kru - The Devil Came Up To Michigan
50. Seal - Crazy

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Rock Radio
1. Guns N' Roses - Don't Cry
2. Van Halen - Top Of The World
3. Metallica - Enter Sandman
4. Bad English - Straight To Your Heart
5. Tom Petty - Into The Great Wide Open
6. Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears
7. The Cult - Wild Hearted Son
8. Tesla - Edison's Medicine
9. Motley Crue - Primal Scream
10. Van Halen - Runaround
11. Extreme - Hole Hearted
12. Guns N' Roses - November Rain
13. Alice In Chains - Sea Of Sorrow
14. School Of Fish - 3 Strange Days
15. Shadow King - I Want You
16. The Smithereens - Top Of The Pops
17. Tin Machine - One Shot
18. Guns N' Roses - Live And Let Die
19. Alice Cooper - Love's A Loaded Gun
20. Mr. Big - To Be With You
21. Big Audio - Rush
22. REM - Radio Song
23. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Give It Away
24. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
25. Joan Jett - Backlash
26. Blur - There's No Other Way
27. Primal Scream - Movin' On Up
28. Billy Bragg - Sexuality
29. Siouxsie & The Banshees - Shadowtime
30. Northside - Take Five

Rap
1. Tim Dog - Fuck Compton
2. Geto Boys - Mind Playin' Tricks On Me
3. Naughty By Nature - O.P.P
4. Nice & Smooth - Hip Hop Junkies
5. Black Sheep - Flavor Of The Month
6. Yo-Yo - Ain't Nobody Better
7. Leaders Of The New School - Sobb Story
8. MC Lyte - When In Love
9. H.E.A.L. - Heal Yourself
10. A Tribe Called Quest - Check The Rhime
11. Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
12. Larry Larr - Confused
13. UMC's Blue Cheese
14. Kid N Play - Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody
15. 2 Kings In A Cipher - Definition Of A King
16. MC Breed - Ain't No Future In Your Frontin'
17. Latin Alliance - Low Rider On The Boulevard
18. 2 Live Crew - Pop That Cochise
19. Yomo & Malkie - Glory
20. The Jaz - A Groove (That Is What You Rap To)
21. Public Enemy - Can't Truss It
22. Def Jef - Here We Go Again
23. Above The Law - 4 The Funk Of It
24. Queen Latifah - Fly Girl
25. Compton's Most Wanted - Growin' Up In The Hood
26. DJ Magic Mike & The Madness - You Want Bass
27. F.S. Effect - I Wanna B Ur Lover
28. Cypress Hill - The Phuncky Feel One
29. T.C.F. - If You Wanna Sex Me Up
30. Ice Cube - True To The Game

R&B
1. Vanessa Williams - Running Back To You
2. Karyn White - Romantic
3. Mariah Carey - Emotions
4. Boyz II Men - It's So Hard To Say Goodbye
5. The O'Jays - Keep On Loving Me
6. Prince - Gett Off
7. Color Me Badd - I Adore Mi Amor
8. Lisa Fischer - Save Me
9. Jodeci - Forever My Lady
10. Guy - D-O-G Me Out
11. Jennifer Holiday - I'm On Your Side
12. Tracie Spencer - Tender Kisses
13. Stevie Wonder - Fun Day
14. Damian Dame - Right Down To It
15. Shabba Ranks - Housecall
16. The Rude Boys - Are You Lonely For Me
17. Donna Summer - When Love Cries
18. The S.O.S Band - Sometimes I Wonder
19. Luther Vandross - Don't Want To Be The Fool
20. The Brand New Heavies - Never Stop
21. Phyllis Hyman - Don't Wanna Change The World
22. Gene Rice - You're A Victim
23. Another Bad Creation - Jealous Girl
24. BeBe & CeCe Winans - I'll Take You There
25. Johnny Gill - I'm Still Waiting
26. Ex-Girlfriend - Why Can't You Come Home
27. Patti LaBelle - Feels Like Another One
28. Tony! Toni! Tone! - House Party II (I Don't Know What You Come To)
29. Gerald Levert - Private Line
30. Tevin Campbell - Just Ask Me To

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:13 am

October 13th to 19th 1991 chart

https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/s ... 1013/7501/

Bryan Adams is at #1, Right Said Fred at #13. This chart has groups I have no recollection of like Insanity, Oceanic, Voice of the Beehive, Human Resource, Mega City Four, ChapterHouse & Moodswings.

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Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Tue Oct 16, 2018 1:32 am

Oceanic were the band, Insanity was the name of their biggest song. It was OK. I remember there being ads for it in EGM. Or it might have been an ad for one of those get 100 CDs for 10 cents and then pay full price for a CD every month for 5 years deals and their CD was in it.



Voice of the Beehive were a fairly meh indie girl group.

Moodswings had that cover of a Donna Summer song with Chrissie Hynde.


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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Oct 16, 2018 6:57 pm

Thanks Zoidy
Or it might have been an ad for one of those get 100 CDs for 10 cents and then pay full price for a CD every month for 5 years deals and their CD was in it.
:lol: Yea those were complete rip offs. I vaguely recall them doing cassette ones here too. They later included books and DVDs in the offer here at least to get out of the contract. I think if you bought so many you got a free CD or two but still in hindsight was cheaper to just go to the record store or even used CD store and save money.

This is about the US one Columbia House, seen ads for it back in WWF magazine back in the day

https://everyrecordtellsastory.com/2017 ... bia-house/

Main one here was Britannia music

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Post by Bandit » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:36 pm

This week in 1992

1. Boyz II Men - End Of The Road
2. Patty Smyth featuring Don Henley - Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough
3. Madonna - Erotica
4. PM Dawn - I'd Die Without You
5. House Of Pain - Jump Around
6. The Heights - How Do You Talk To An Angel
7. Hi-Five - She's Playing Hard To Get
8. Firehouse - When I Look Into Your Eyes
9. Arrested Development - People Everyday
10. K.W.S. - Please Don't Go
11. Bobby Brown - Humpin' Around
12. En Vogue - Free Your Mind
13. Def Leppard - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad
14. Mary J. Blige - Real Love
15. Color Me Badd - Forever Love
16. Snap! - Rhythm Is A Dancer
17. TLC - What About Your Friends
18. TLC - Baby Baby Baby
19. Charles & Eddie - Would I Lie To You
20. Jon Secada - Just Another Day
21. Bryan Adams - Do I Have To Say The Words
22. Annie Lennox - Walking On Broken Glass
23. N2Deep - Back To The Hotel
24. Jade - I Wanna Love You
25. Guns N' Roses - November Rain
26. Toad The Wet Sprocket - All I Want
27. Elton John - The One
28. Eric Clapton - Layla (Unplugged)
29.Saigon Kick - Love Is On The Way
30. Del Amitri - Always The Last To Know
31. Shakespeare's Sister - Stay
32. Wreckx-N-Effect - Rump Shaker
33. Bobby Brown - Good Enough
34. Trey Lorenz - Someone To Hold
35. Shai - If I Ever Fall In Love Again
36. Prince - My Name Is Prince
37. Cathy Dennis - You Lied To Me
38. INXS - Not Enough Time
39. Jon Secada - Do You Believe In US
40.Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K - Move This
41. Michael W. Smith - I Will Be Here For You
42. En Vogue - Giving Him Something He Can Feel
43. Tom Cochrane - Life Is A Highway
44. Billy Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky Heart
45. Swing Out Sister - Am I The Same Girl
46. R. Kelly & Public Announcement - Slow Dance (Hey Mr. DJ)
47. K.D. Lang - Constant Craving
48. Celine Dion - Nothing Broken But My Heart
49. Al B. Sure! - Right Now
50. Genesis - Jesus He Knows Me

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