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May 26, 2021




In 93, Future Sound Of London, peaked at No.27,

on Virgin, with ‘Cascade’.

And in 94, Elvis Costello & The Attractions made No.48,

on Warner Brothers, with ‘London’s Brilliant Parade’.


In 80, ‘Towers Of London’, on Virgin

made No.31 for XTC.

And in 06, ‘London Bridge’ on A&M/Polydor,

gave Fergie a US No.1 & UK Top 3.


In 73, ‘Galloping Home’, raced to No.31,

for London String Chorale, on Polydor.

And in 83, ‘London Town’, on RCA,

saw Bucks Fizz, at No.34.


In 57, ‘Cry Me A River’, on London,

gave Julie London, a No.22.

And in 90, Londonbeat, had a US No.1 & UK No.2,

on AnXious, with ‘I’ve Been Thinking About You’.


In 78, ‘What A Night’, on Vertigo,

gave City Boy a No.39.

And in 80, Light Of The World, shone at No.41,

with ‘London Town’, on Ensign.


In 76, ‘London Boys’, on EMI,

gave T Rex, Top 40 rights.

And in 89, The London Boys, on Wea,

had a Top 2, with ‘London Nights’.


In 08, Madness, on Lucky Seven Records,

reached No.24, with NW5.

And in 57, ‘He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands’, 

on Parlophone, for Laurie London, at No.12, did arrive.


In 67, Waterloo Sunset’, on Pye,

gave The Kinks, a Top 2 success.

And in 79, The Clash, peaked at No.11,

with ‘London Calling’, on CBS.


written by  Harriet Blackbury



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