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May 29, 2019

 

 

In 71, ‘Hot Love’, on Fly,

gave T Rex, their first UK No.1.

And in 08, ‘Cold Shoulder’, on XL Recordings,

saw Adele, with a No.18, won.

 

In 80, ‘Too Hot’, on Mercury,

found Kool & The Gang at No.23.

And in 94, ‘Cold Cold Heart’, on Precious Organisation,

for Wet Wet Wet – a Top 20, was to be.

 

In 02, ‘Cold Light Of Day’, on Sony,

for Halo, reached No.49.

And in 08, ‘Hot N Cold’, on Virgin,

gave Katy Perry, a gold selling, No.4, so fine.

 

In 05, ‘Cold Wind’, on Rough Trade,

reached No.52, for Arctic Fire.

And in 77, ‘So You Win Again’, on Rak label,

gave Hot Chocolate, a three week, No.1 flyer.

 

In 84, ‘Hot Water’, on Polydor,

took Level 42, to No.18.

And in 06, ‘No Way Back’/’Cold Day In The Sun’,

on RCA, for The Foo Fighters, at No.64, was seen.

 

In 92, ‘Cold Day In Hell’, on Virgin,

peaked at No.24, for Gary Moore.

And in 2002, ‘Hot In Herre’, on Universal,

gave Nelly, a US No.1 and UK No.4.

 

In 81, ‘Cold Love’, on Geffen,

gave Donna Summer a No.44 address.

And in 2010, ‘Hot’, on Beat,

at No.6, for Inna – her only UK success.

 

In 78, ‘Cold As Ice’, on Atlantic,

for Foreigner, reached No.24.

Followed by ‘Hot Blooded’, still in 78,

also on Atlantic, making a No.42, chart score.

 

In 90, ‘Cold Hearted’, on Virgin American –

for Paula Abdul, a US No.1 and UK No.46.

And in 94, ‘Hot Love Now’, on Polydor,

for Wonder Stuff, at No.19, ends this mix.

 

 

 

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