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February 16, 2019

 

 

In 85, UK Duo, Erasure, on the Mute label

saw ‘Who Needs Love Like That’, debut at No.55.

In 86, also on Mute, ‘Sometimes’ followed,

and at No.2 did arrive.

 

In 87, ‘It Doesn’t Have To Be’ reached No.12, followed by

”Victim Of Love’ at No.7, and ‘The Circus’ at No.6.

Also at No.6 in 88, ‘Ship Of Fools’, still on Mute,

before ‘Chains Of Love’, at No. 11, next in this mix.

 

Still in 88, ‘A Little Respect’ peaked at No.4,

and ‘Crackers International EP’ rose to No.2.

In 89. ‘Drama’, still on Mute, climbed to No.4,

and ending the year, ‘You Surround Me’, at No.15, on view. 

 

In 90, ‘Blue Savannah’ their next Top 3,

and at No.11, ‘Star’ was to be.

In 91, ‘Chorus’, a Top 3, and ‘Love To Hate You, at No.4,

and at No.15, ending 91, came ‘Am I Right (EP)’.

 

In 92, ‘Am I Right (EP) (Remix)’,

still on Mute, at No.22, followed on,

before ‘Breath Of Life’ reached No.8,

and ‘Abba-Esque EP’, became their first No.1.

 

Ending 92, ‘Who Needs Love Like That’

saw another Top Ten place won.

And in 94, ‘Always’ at No.4,

and at No.6, was ‘Run To The Sun’.

 

”I Love Saturday’, their last hit of 94,

was a Top 20, still on Mute.

And in 95, ‘Stay With Me’ at No.15, with

‘Fingers And Thumbs (Cold Summer’s Day)’ at 20, in pursuit.

 

97, saw ‘In My Arms’ at No.13, and

‘Don’t Say Your Love Is Killing Me’ at No.23.

‘Freedom’ came in 2000, reaching No.27,

and in 03, ‘Solsbury Hill’, a Top 10, was to be.

 

Also in 03, ‘Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)’ at No.14,

and ‘Oh L’Amour’, made a No.13 score.

Then in 05 came ‘Breathe’,  still on Mute,

peaking in the Top 10, at No.4.

 

In 05, ‘Don’t Say You Love Me’, made No.15,

and ‘Here I Go Impossible Again’ sat at No.25.

In 07, ‘I Could Fall In Love With You’ reached No.21,

and ‘Sunday Girl’ at No.33, last in this mix to arrive.

 

Written by Harriet Blackbury

 

 

 

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