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April 8, 2020





In January, ‘Different World’, on EMI,

gave Iron Maiden, a Top 3.

And in May, Shirley Bassey, made No.37,

on Lock, Stock & Barrel, with ‘The Living Tree’.


In February, ‘Say It Right’, on Polydor,

gave Nelly Furtado, a US No.1 & UK Top 10 seller.

And in September, ‘Are You Trying To Be Lonely’,

on Acid Jazz, a No.31, for Andy Lewis & Paul Weller.


In August, The Foo Fighters, peaked at No.8,

with ‘The Pretender’, on RCA.

And in October, ‘Potential Break Up Song’,

on Hollywood/Angel, made No.22, for Aly & AJ.


In January, ‘Starz In Their Eyes’, on Mercury,

for Just Jack, reached No.2.

And in December, at No.32, were The Stereophonics,

with ‘My Friends’, on V2.


In June, Twang, reached No.8,

with ‘Either Way’, on B Unique/Polydor.

And in November, ‘Inconsolable’, on Jive,

gave, The Backstreet Boys, a No.24.


In March, The Sugababes, made No.1,

on Fascination/Island, with ‘Walk This Way’.

And in December, Christine Aguilera,

was at No.39, with ‘Hurt’, on RCA.


In April, ‘Don’t Matter’, on Universal,

for Akon, a US No.1 & UK Top 3.

And in November, Swedish singer – Robyn,

peaked at No.17, on Konichiwa, with ‘Handle Me’.


In April, ‘Wild World’, on Island,

took Cat Stevens to No.52.

And also, in April, Erasure made No.21, on Mute,

with ‘I Could Fall In Love With You’.


In January, U2, reached the Top 4,

on Mercury, with ‘Window In The Skies’.

And in October, The Killers, peaked at No.13,

also on Mercury, with ‘Tranquilize’.


In February, ‘Alfie’, on Regal,

gave Lily Allen, a No.15 place.

And in March, Ciara, reached No.16,

with ‘Like A Boy’, on LaFace.


In March, Joss Stone, peaked at No.28,

on Relentless, with ‘Tell Me About It’.

And in November, Australian group – Pendulum,

on Warner Brothers, made No.29, with ‘Granite’.


In February, The Kaiser Chiefs, made No.1,

with ‘Ruby’, on B Unique/Polydor.

And in December, ‘Fairytale Of New York’, on Warner Brothers,

gave The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl, a Top 4.



Written by

Harriet Blackbury




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