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January 27, 2020





In 86, ‘No More The Fool’, on Legend,

gave Elkie Brooks, a Top 5.

And in 95, ‘No More Rainy Days’, on Columbia,

at No.68, for Free Spirit, did arrive.


In 77, ‘No More Heroes’, on United Artists,

gave The Stranglers, a No.8 entry.

And in 97, ‘No More Talk’, on Food Label,

for Dubstar, a Top 20.


In 02, ‘No More Drama’, reached No.9,

for Mary J Blige, on MCA.

And in 07, Air Traffic, on EMI,

made No.45, with ‘No More Running away’.


In 77, ‘(No More) Love At Your Convenience’,

on Warner Brothers, gave Alice Cooper a No.44.

And 88, ‘No More Lies’, peaked at No.34,

for Sharpe & Numan, on Polydor.


In 84, ‘No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)’, a Top 2,

for Paul McCartney, on Parlophone.

And in 95, ‘No More I Love You’s’, on RCA,

also saw Annie Lennox, in the Top 2 zone.


In 88, ‘No More Tears’, was a Top 60,

for Jaki Graham, on EMI.

And in 94, ‘No More (I Can’t Stand It)’, on Pulse,

gave Maxx, a No.8 high.


In 05, Roni Size featuring Beverley Knight,

took ‘No More’, on VVREC, to No.26.

And in 2000, ‘No more’, on Epic,

at No.11, for Ruff Endz, last in this mix.





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