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July 19, 2022



In 91, ‘Temperature Rising’ gave PKA

a No.68 on Stress.

And in 81, Kool & The Gang on De-lite,

reached No.17 with ‘Summer Madness.


In 60, ‘Summertime’ on Top Rank,

made No.49, for Al Martino.

And in 77, ‘Too Hot To Handle’, rose to No.15,

for Heatwave on GTO.


In 88, ‘Don’t Go’, on London,

gave Hothouse Flowers a No.11.

And in 05, ‘Middle Of Nowhere’, on Sire,

took Hot Hot Heat, up to No.47.


In 82, ‘Hot In The City’ peaked at No.13,

for Billy Idol on Chrysalis.

And in 84, ‘Heaven’s On Fire’, on Vertigo,

reached No.43 for Kiss.


In 91, ‘Hot Summer Salsa’, on Music Factory Dance,

gave Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers a No 43.

And in 97, ‘Hot Like Fire’, on Atlantic,

for Aaliyah, a Top 30, was to be.


In 84, ‘Hot Water’, gave Level 42,

a No.18, on Polydor.

And in 02, ‘Hot In Herre’, on Universal,

for Nelly, a US No.1 & UK Top 4.


In 71, ‘Hot Love’ on Fly,

gave T Rex a UK No.1.

And in 85, Glenn Frey rose to No.12,

on MCA, with ‘The Heat Is On’.


In 87, Bryan Adams had a Top 50,

on A & M, with ‘Heat Of The Night’.

And in 93, ‘Suntan’, on Hug,

saw Stan in the Top 40 flight.


In 84, ‘Hot Hot Hot’, on Cooltempo,

gave Arrow a No.59.

And in 04, The Corrs had a Top 6,

on Atlantic, with Summer Sunshine.


In 79, ‘Hot Stuff’, for Donna Summer,

was a US No.1 & UK No.11, on Casablanca.

And in 97, Chicane had a No.21,

with Sunstroke Xtravaganza.



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