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February 17, 2021



In July, Kelly Clarkson reached No.22,

with ‘Breakaway’, on RCA.

And in November, ‘The Saints Are Coming’, a Top 2,

on Mercury, for U2 & Green Day.


In June, ‘World At Your Feet’, on Independiente,

gave Embrace a Top 3.

And in September, Janet & Nelly peaked at No.18,

on Virgin, with ‘Call On Me’


In May, The Ordinary Boys featuring Lady Sovereign,

had a Top 6, with ‘Nine 2Five’, on Polydor.

And in October, ‘Irreplaceable’, on Columbia,

for Beyonce, was a US No.1 & UK Top 4.


In July, ‘That Old Pair Of Socks’, on Skint,

took Fatboy Slim to No.9.

Also in July, ‘Smile’, on Regal,

saw Lily Allen on the No.1 line.


In August, ‘Stars Are Blind’, on Warner Brothers,

gave Paris Hilton a Top 5 fix.

And in January, ‘Sleep’, on Mercury,

for Texas, reached No.6


In September, ‘Starlight’, on Helium3/Warner Brothers,

for Muse, shone at No.13.

And in March, ‘So Sick’, on Def – Jam,

saw ‘Ne-Yo make the US & UK No.1 scene.


In May, ‘Steady As She Goes’, on XL Recordings,

saw The Raconteurs at No.4, doing fine.

And in August, ‘Empire’, on Columbia,

for Kasabian reached No.9.


In March, ‘Make A Move On Me’, on Data,

gave Joey Negro, a No.11.

And in July,’Get Together’, on Warner Brothers,

for Madonna, peaked at No.7.


In May, ‘Bright Idea’, on Mercury,

took Orson to No.11.

And in June, ‘Heal The World’, on Epic,

gave Michael Jackson, a No.27.


In January, ‘All Time Love’, on Sony,

for Will Young, made the Top 3.

And in March, Darkness, peaked at No.8,

on Atlantic, with ‘Is It Just Me’.


In February, Alex Parks, reached No.56,

with ‘Honesty’, on Polydor.

And in March, ‘Amazing’, on S,

gave Westlife a Top 4.


In April, ‘From Paris To Berlin’, on Apollo,

gave Infernal, a Top 2 entry.

And in May, ‘The Adventure’, on Geffen,

for Angels & Airwaves, reached the Top 20.


In March, Hot Chip, made No.32,

with ‘Over And Over’, on EMI.

And in November, ‘Star Girl’, on Island,

was a No.1 for McFly.


In April, ‘Crazy’, on Warner Brothers,

gave Gnarls Barkley, a 9 week, No.1 platinum seller.

And in November, ‘Wild Blue Yonder’, on V2,

climbed to No.22 for Paul Weller.


In October, The Ordinary Boys, made the Top 10,

with ‘Lonely At The Top’, on B Unique/Polydor.

And in December, ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’,

on Fascination, gave Girls Aloud, a Top 4.


In February, Jesse McCartney made No.16,

on Angel, with ‘Beautiful Soul’.

And in July, ‘Chasing Cars’, on Fiction,

was a Top 6, for Snow Patrol.


written by Harriet Blackbury.


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