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Post by Bandit » Fri Jul 19, 2019 1:44 am

Music video charts this week in 1992

MTV
1) Arrested Development - Tennessee
2) Nirvana - Lithium
3) Michael Jackson - Jam
4) Madonna - This Used To Be My Playground
5) Guns N' Roses - November Rain
6) Tom Cochrane - Life Is A Highway
7) The Cure - Friday I'm In Love
8) Metallica - Wherever I May Roam
9) George Michael - Too Funky
10) Pearl Jam - Evenflow
11) U2 - Even Better Than The Real Thing
12) Megadeth - Symphony Of Destruction
13) Tori Amos - Crucify
14) Def Leppard - Make Love Like A Man
15) Kris Kross - Warm It Up
16) Ozzy Osbourne - Mr. Tinkertrain
17) Red Hot Chili Peppers - Give It Away
18) Temple Of The Dog - Hunger Strike
19) Alice In Chains - Would
20) Beastie Boys - So What'cha Want

VH1
1) Bruce Springsteen - 57 Channels
2) Mariah Carey - I'll Be There
3) Celine Dion - If You Asked Me To
4) The B-52's - Good Stuff
5) Elton John - The One
6) Madonna - This Used To Be My Playground
7) Richard Marx - Take This Heart
8) George Michael - Too Funky
9) Vanessa Williams - Just For Tonight
10) Tom Cochrane - Life Is A Highway
11) k.d. Lang - Constant Craving
12) Billy Ray Cyrus - Achey Breaky Heart
13) Annie Lennox - Why
14) Olivia Newton John - I Need Love
15) Jon Secada - Just Another Day
16) Al Jarreau - Blue Angel
17) Tori Amos - Crucify
18) U2 - Even Better Than The Real Thing
19) David Sanborn - Bang Bang
20) Enya - Book Of Days

BET
1) Arrested Development - Tennessee
2) Kris Kross - Warm It Up
3) Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson - The Best Things In Life Are Free
4) Mary J. Blige - You Remind Me (Remix)
5) Lionel Richie - Do It To Me
6) Patti LaBelle - When You've Been Blessed
7) En Vogue - Giving Him Something He Can Feel
8) Das EFX - They Want EFX
9) R. Kelly - Honey Love
10) Michael Jackson - In The Closet
11) Shabba Ranks - Mr. Loverman
12) TLC - Baby Baby Baby
13) Mint Condition - Forever In Your Eyes
14) CeCe Peniston - Keep On Walkin'
15) Men At Large - Use Me
16) Ho Frat Ho - Ho Frat Swing
17) Troop - Whatever It Takes
18) Gerald Levert - School Me
19) David Black - Nobody But You
20) Good 2 Go - Never Satisfied

THE BOX
1) Pete Rock & CL Smooth - They Reminisce Over You
2) 2pac - When My Homies Call
3) A Tribe Called Quest - Scenario
4) Cypress Hill - Hand On The Pump
5) DJ Quik - Just Lyke Compton
6) Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg - Deep Cover
7) Body Count - Body Count's In The House
8) EPMD - Crossover
9) Gang Starr - Dwyck
10) Das EFX - They Want EFX
11) Eric B. & Rakim - Don't Sweat The Technique
12) Kid Frost - Thin Line
13) Luke - Breakdown
14) Naughty By Nature - Uptown Anthem
15) Sir Mix-A-Lot - Baby Got Back
16) 2nd II None - Let The Rhythm Take You
17) House Of Pain - Jump Around
18) Yo-Yo - Homegirl Don't Play Dat
19) Super Cat - Ghetto Red Hot
20) Spice 1 - Welcome To The Ghetto

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Bandit » Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:16 am

1981! Spoiler: A lot of it is shit in the singles....

SINGLES
1) Air Supply - The One That You Love
2) Kim Carnes - Bette Davis Eyes
3) Rick Springfield - Jesse's Girl
4) Joey Scarbury - Believe It Or Not
5) The Oak Ridge Boys - Elvira
6) Kenny Rogers - I Don't Need You
7) The Pointer Sisters - Slow Hand
8) Hall & Oates - You Make My Dreams
9) The Manhattan Transfer - Boy From New York City
10) Marty Balin - Hearts
11) George Harrison - All Those Years Ago
12) Stars On 45 - Medley
13) The Moody Blues - Gemini Dream
14) Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio - A Woman Needs Love (Just Like You Do)
15) Ronnie Milsap - (There's) No Gettin' Over Me
16) The Alan Parsons Project - Time
17) Sheena Easton - Modern Girl
18) The Carpenters - Touch Me When We're Dancing
19) Billy Squire - The Stroke
20) Stanley Clarke & George Duke - Sweet Baby
21) Rosanna Cash - Seven Year Ache
22) John Schneider - It's Now Or Never
23) Diana Ross & Lionel Richie - Endless Love
24) The Commodores - Lady (You Bring Me Up)
25) REO Speedwagon - Don't Let Him Go
26) Foreigner - Urgent
27) Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight
28) Greg Kihn Band - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em)
29) Gary U.S. Bonds - That Little Girl
30) Santana - Winning

ALBUMS
1) The Moody Blues - Long Distance Voyager
2) Kim Carnes - Mistaken Identity
3) REO Speedwagon - High Infidelity
4) Rick James - Street Songs
5) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Hard Promises
6) Styx - Paradise Theater
7) Phil Collins - Face Value
8) Kenny Rogers - Share Your Love
9) Stars On 45 - Stars On Long Play
10) Santana - Zebop
11) Air Supply - The One That You Love
12) Rush - Moving Pictures
13) AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Cheap
14) Billy Squire - Don't Say No
15) Van Halen - Fair Warning
16) Rick Springfield - Working Class Dog
17) George Harrison - Somewhere In England
18) Christopher Cross - Christopher Cross
19) Pat Benatar - Precious Time
20) The Oak Ridge Boys - Fancy Free
21) Joe Walsh - There Goes The Neighborhood
22) Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard Of Ozz
23) Steve Winwood - Arc Of A Diver
24) Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio - A Woman Needs Love
25) The Commodores - In The Pocket
26) Foreigner - 4
27) Rosanna Cash - Seven Year Ache
28) Hall & Oates - Voices
29) Alabama - Feels So Right
30) The Manhattan Transfer - Mecca For Moderns

ROCK
1) Foreigner - Urgent
2) The Moody Blues - The Voice
3) Joe Walsh - A Life Of Illusion
4) Pat Benatar - Fire And Ice
5) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Woman In Love
6) Billy Squire - The Stroke
7) Blue Oyster Cult - Burning For You
8) Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight
9) Squeeze - Tempted
10) Blackfoot - Fly Away
11) The Greg Kihn Band - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em)
12) Billy Squire - In The Dark
13) Santana - Winning
14) The Tubes - Talk To You Later
15) Van Halen - So This Is Love
16) Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Train
17) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - The Waiting
18) Van Halen - Unchained
19) AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Cheap
20) Iron Maiden - Wrath Child
21) Gary U.S. Bonds - That Little Girl
22) Rush - Tom Sawyer
23) Foghat - Live Now, Pay Later
24) George Harrison - All Those Years Ago
25) The Moody Blues - Gemini Dream
26) Van Halen - Mean Street
27) Marty Balin - Hearts
28) Poco - Widowmaker
29) Peter Frampton - Breaking All The Rules
30) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Nightwatchman

R&B
1) Frankie Smith - Double Dutch Bus
2) Rick James - Give It To Me Baby
3) Cameo - Freaky Dancin'
4) Evelyn King - I'm In Love
5) Stephanie Mills - Two Hearts
7) Billy Ocean - Night
8) Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly - Running Away
9) Cheryl Lynn - Shake It Up Tonight
10) Taana Gardner - Shake It Up
11) Debra Laws - Very Special
12) The Commodores - Lady (You Bring Me Up)
13) Teena Marie - Square Biz
14) The Brothers Johnson - The Real Thing
15) Larry Graham - Just Be My Lady
16) Aurra - Are You Single
17) Quincy Jones - Razzmatazz
18) Atlantic Starr - Send For Me
19) Grace Jones - Pull Up To The Bumper
20) One Way - Push
21) The Pointer Sisters - Slow Hand
22) Strikers - Body Music
23) Carl Carlton - She's A Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked)
24) Klique - Love Dance
25) Gino Soccio - Try It Out
26) Shalamar - This Is For The Lover In You
27) Smokey Robinson - You Are Forever
28) Unlimited Touch - Searching For The One
29) Chaka Kahn - What Cha Gonna Do For Me
30) Kool & The Gang - Jones Vs. Jones

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Re: The Music Chart Thread

Post by Bandit » Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:08 am

In 2006. A lot of one hit wonders.

1) Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland - Promiscuous
2) Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
3) Cassie - Me & U
4) Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean - Hips Don't Lie
5) Yung Joc - It's Goin' Down
6) Rihanna - Unfaithful
7) Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg - Buttons
8) Christina Aguilera - Ain't No Other Man
9) Lil Jon featuring E-40 and Sean Paul - Snap Yo Fingers
10) The Fray - Over My Head (Cable Car)
11) Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone - Ridin'
12) Field Mob featuring Ciara - So What
13) Panic! At The Disco - I Write Sins Not Tragedies
14) Cherish featuring Sean Paul - Do It To Do It
15) Young Dro featuring T.I. - Shoulder Lean
16) Sean Paul featuring Keyshia Cole - (When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me
17) Kelis featuring Too $hort - Bossy
18) Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California
19) Rascal Flatts - Live Is A Highway
20) Daniel Powder - Bad Day
21) All-American Rejects - Move Along
22) Rihanna - SO
23) E-40 featuring T-Pain and Kandi Girl - U And Dat
24) Ne-Yo - Sexy Love
25) John Mayer - Waiting On The World To Change
26) Nickelback - Savin' Me
27) KT Tunstall - Black Horse & The Cherry Tree
28) Fort Minor featuring Holly Brook - Where'd You Go
29) Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
30) Beyonce featuring Jay-Z - Dejan Vu
31) T.I. - Why You Wanna
32) Nick Lachey - What's Left Of Me
33) Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne - Gimme That
34) Paris Hilton - Stars Are Blind
35) Sean Paul - Temperature
36) LeToya - Torn
37) Kenny Chesney - Summertime
38) Jessica Simpson - A Public Affair
39) Taylor Hicks - Do I Make You Proud
40) Kelly Clarkson - Walk Away

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Bad Guy is a shitty song too.

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Post by Bandit » Tue Sep 03, 2019 10:30 pm

Top 10 US concert tours for the summer of 1986

1) ZZ Top
2) Van Halen/BTO
3) The Beach Boys/Katrina & The Waves
4) Whitney Houston
5) James Taylor
6) Elton John
7) Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
8) Journey/The Outfield/Andy Taylor
9) Simply Red/Psychedelic Furs
10) Judas Priest/Krokus

MTV top 20 this week in 1986
1) Daryl Hall - Dream Time
2) Billy Joel - It's A Matter Of Trust
3) Cyndi Lauper - True Colors
4) Huey Lewis & The News - Stuck With You
5) Eddie Money - Take Me Home Tonight
6) David Lee Roth - Goin' Crazy
7) Tina Turner - Typical Male
8) Bananarama - Venus
9) Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name
10) Eurythmics - Missionary Man
11) Run DMC featuring Aerosmith - Walk This Way
12) Robert Palmer - I Didn't Mean To Turn You On
13) Berlin - Take My Breath Away
14) Loverboy - Heaven In Your Eyes
15) Paul Simon - You Can Call Me Al
16) Janet Jackson - When I Think Of You
17) Judas Priest - Parental Guidance
18) REM - Fall On Me
19) Cinderella - Shake Me
20) Pet Shop Boys - Love Comes Quickly

Top 10 albums
1) Madonna - True Blue
2) Various Artists - Top Gun soundtrack
3) Steve Winwood - Back In The Highlife
4) David Lee Roth - Eat 'Em And Smile
5) Run DMC - Raising Hell
6) Genesis - Invisible Touch
7) Peter Gabriel - So
8) Janet Jackson - Control
9) Billy Joel - The Bridge
10) Billy Ocean - Love Zone

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Top 10 US concert tours for the summer of 1984
1) The Jacksons
2) Billy Joel
3) Perry Como
4) Lionel Richie/Tina Turner
5) O'Jays/Gap Band/Patti LaBelle
6) Kenny Rogers/The Righteous Brothers
7) The Grateful Dead
8) Aerosmith
9) Scorpions/Bon Jovi
10) The Go-Gos/INXS

Top 10 US concert tours for the summer of 1985
1) Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
2) Tina Turner/Glenn Frey
3) Huey Lewis & The News
4) Barry Manilow
5) Foreigner/Joe Walsh
6) Neil Young/Kris Kristofferson
7) Bryan Adams
8) Run DMC/Whodini/Kurtis Blow/The Fat Boys
9) Ratt/Bon Jovi
10) Alabama/Bill Medley

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Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Mon Sep 23, 2019 11:14 pm

This week in 1985

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Australian bands at 1 & 2 in the singles chart. Didn't happen that often.





Weird Al at 21.

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Post by Bandit » Tue Sep 24, 2019 1:36 am

INXS was massive in the US but I haven't heard of The Models.

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Post by Big Boss Man » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:19 am

Me neither. Although the song was released in the US (it got to #37 on the Billboard Hot 100) and UK (didn't chart to my knowledge) on Geffen.

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Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Tue Sep 24, 2019 3:38 pm

Models were a good band. Overall they weren't as commercial as INXS (especially early on) and also tended to break up a lot, which would have hurt their chances at international success.

This was the single they released before Out of Mind Out of Sight, which got to #2 in the Australian charts earlier in 1985. Very good song that has a bit of an eerie story to it.


In the promotional video, James Freud is seen in a bar behaving all drunk and is, in some black and white scenes, shown driving an army jeep while pointing a gun at his head. He commits suicide at the end of the video. In November of 2010, James Freud actually committed suicide, but it has not been disclosed how he died. The song and general mood of the video matched James' own personal demons.
And here are some of their other good tracks.

Models - I Hear a Motion (1983 Aus Chart Peak: 12)



Models - Hold On (1987 Aus Chart Peak: 21)



Models - King of Kings (1985 Aus Chart Peak: 96)



Models - Cold Fever (1985 Aus Chart Peak: 36)


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Our top 20 that week

1. Dire Straits - Money For Nothing.
2. Kool & The Gang - Cherish
3. Wham! - Freedom
4. Phil Collins - Don't Lose My Number
5. Ready For The World - Oh Sheila
6. Madonna - Dress You Up
7. A-ha - Take On Me
8. John Parr - St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)
9. Whitney Houston - Saving All My Love
10. John Mellencamp - Lonely Ol' Night
11. David Bowie & Mick Jagger - Dancing In The Street
12. Tina Turner - We Don't Need Another Hero
13. Prince - Pop Life
14. The Pointer Sisters - Dare Me
15. Stevie Wonder - Part Time Lover
16. Sting - Fortress Around Your Heart
17. Huey Lewis & The News - The Power Of Love
18. Godley & Creme - Cry
19. John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band - C-I-T-Y
20. Bruce Springsteen - I'm Goin' Down

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This week in 1990.

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US

1) Maxi Priest - Close To You
2) George Michael - Praying For Time
3) Nelson - (I Can't Live Without Your) Love & Affection
4) Phil Collins - Something Happened On The Way To Heaven
5) James Ingram - I Don't Have The Heart
6) Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory
7) Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
8) Paul Young - Oh Girl
9) Bell Biv DeVoe - Do Me!
10) Wilson Phillips - Release Me
11) Dino - Romeo
12) Johnny Gill - My My My
13) Janet Jackson - Black Cat
14) Taylor Dayne - Heart Of Stone
15) Black Box - Everybody Everybody
16) After 7 - Can't Stop
17) Pebbles - Giving You The Benefits
18) INXS - Suicide Blonde
19) The Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody
20) Depeche Mode - Policy Of Truth

ALBUMS
1) MC Hammer - Please Hammer Don't Hurt Em
2) Wilson Phillips - Wilson Phillips
3) Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey
4) Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory: Music From Young Guns II
5) George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice
6) Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison
7) Queensryche - Empire
8) Prince - Graffiti Bridge
9) Various Artists - Ghost
10) Poison - Flesh & Blood
11) Michael Bolton - Soul Provider
12) Faith No More - The Real Thing
13) Living Colour - Time's Up
14) Warrant - Cherry Pie
15) Depeche Mode - Violator
16) Anita Baker - Compositions
17) New Kids On The Block - Step By Step
18) Phil Collins - ...But Seriously
19) Nelson - After The Rain
20) Slaughter - Stick It To Ya

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The week Abbey Road was originally #1 in the US in 1969

ALBUMS
1) The Beatles - Abbey Road
2) Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River
3) The Rolling Stones - Through The Past, Darkly
4) Blind Faith - Blind Faith
5) Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash At San Quentin
6) Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues
7) Crosby, Stills & Nash - Crosby, Stills & Nash
8) Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul
9) Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
10) Santana - Santana
11) Tom Jones - This Is Tom Jones
12) Bob Dylan - Nashville Skyline
13) Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
14) Various Artists - Easy Rider
15) Various Artists - Midnight Cowboy
16) Cream - The Best Of Cream
17) The Doors - The Soft Parade
18) Bee Gees - Best Of The Bee Gees
19) Various Artists - Hair Original Cast Recording
20) Jethro Tull - Stand Up

SINGLES
1) Elvis Presley - Suspicious Minds
2) The 5th Dimension - Wedding Bell Blues
3) The Archies - Sugar, Sugar
4) The Temptations - I Can't Get Next To You
5) Smith - Baby It's You
6) Sly & The Family Stone - Hot Fun In The Summertime
7) Bobby Sherman - Little Woman
8) Oliver - Jean
9) The Cuff Links - Tracy
10) The Beatles - Come Together
11) The Beatles - Something
12) Peggy Lee - Is That All There Is
13) Marvin Gaye - That's The Way Love Is
14) Lou Christie - I'm Gonna Make You Mine
15) Friends Of Distinction - Going In Circles
16) Blood, Sweat & Tears - And When I Die
17) Dionne Warwick - You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling
18) Garland Green - Jealous Kind Of Fella
19) The Originals - Baby I'm For Real
20) Three Dog Night - Easy To Be Hard

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Music video charts this week in 1999.

MTV
1) Blink 182 - All The Small Things
2) Backstreet Boys - Larger Than Life
3) Britney Spears - (You Drive Me) Crazy
4) Limp Bizkit - Rearranged
5) Mariah Carey - Heartbreaker
6) Lou Bega - Mambo Number 5
7) Kid Rock - Cowboy
8) Jennifer Lopez - Waiting For Tonight
9) Eve - Gotta Man
10) Red Hot Chili Peppers - Around The World
11) 311 - Come Original
12) Bush - Chemicals Between Us
13) Offspring - She's Got Issues
14) Santana featuring Rob Thomas - Smooth
15) Juvenile - Back That Thang Up
16) Puff Daddy featuring R. Kelly - Satisfy You
17) Eminem - Role Model
18) TLC - Unpretty
19) Fiona Apple - Fast As You Can
20) Brandy - U Don't Know Me

VH1
1) Santana featuring Rob Thomas - Smooth
2) Smash Mouth - All Star
3) Lenny Kravitz - American Woman
4) Sugar Ray - Someday
5) Red Hot Chili Peppers - Around The World
6) Robbie Williams - Angels
7) Fiona Apple - Fast As You Can
8) Christina Aguilera - Genie In A Bottle
9) Lou Bega - Mambo Number 5
10) Mariah Carey - Heartbreaker
11) Len - Steal My Sunshine
12) Wyclef Jean - New Day
13) Live - The Dolphin's Cry
14) Marc Anthony - I Need To Know
15) Train - Meet Virginia
16) Sting - Brand New Day
17) Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love
18) Everlast - What It's Like
19) Buckcherry - For The Movies
20) Brian McKnight - Back At One

BET
1) Jay-Z - Girls Best Friend
2) Whitney Houston - My Love Is Your Love
3) Puff Daddy featuring R. Kelly - Satisfy You
4) Q-Tip - Vivrant Thing
5) Eve - Gotta Man
6) B.G. - Bling Bling
7) Mariah Carey - Heartbreaker
8) Snoop Dogg - Bitch Please
9) Ginuwine - So Anxious
10) Brian McKnight - Back At One
11) Destiny's Child - Bug A Boo
12) Redman & Method Man - Tear It Off
13) Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got Your Money
14) Mobb Deep - Quiet Storm
15) Juvenile - Back That Thang Up
16) Brandy - U Don't Know Me
17) Warren G - I Want It All
18) Ideal - Get Done
19) Lil Wayne - The Block Is Hot
20) 702 - You Don't Know

MTV2
1) Beta Band - Round The Bend
2) Nine Inch Nails - We're In This Together
3) Fuel - Sunburn
4) DJ Rap - Good To Be Alive
5) Leftfield - Afrika Shox
6) Ash - Jesus Says
7) Green Day - Last Ride In
8) Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly
9) Bjork - All Is Full Of Love
10) Marcy Playground - It's Saturday
11) David Bowie - Thursday's Child
12) Fear Factory - Cars
13) Chemical Brothers featuring Noel Gallagher - Let Forever Be
14) Long Beach Dub Allstars - Trailer Ras
15) Static-X - Push It
16) Slipknot - Wait And Bleed
17) Ol' Dirty Bastard - Got Your Money
18) Pharaohe Monch - Simon Says
19) Blur - Coffee & TV
20) Supergrass - Moving

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This week in 1990

SINGLES
1) Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
2) Janet Jackson - Black Cat
3) Mariah Carey - Love Takes Time
4) Pebbles - Giving You The Benefit
5) James Ingram - I Don't Have The Heart
6) MC Hammer - Pray
7) After 7 - Can't Stop
8) Alias - More Than Words Can Say
9) INXS - Suicide Blonde
10) Warrant - Cherry Pie
11) Candyman - Knockin' Boots
12) Deee-Lite - Groove Is In The Heart
13) Maxi Priest - Close To You
14) Black Box - Everybody Everybody
15) Toni! Toni! Tone! - Feels Good
16) Poison - Something To Believe In
17) The Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody
18) Whitney Houston - I'm Your Baby Tonight
19) George Michael - Praying For Time
20) Concrete Blonde - Joey
21) Hall & Oates - So Close
22) Dino - Romeo
23) Bette Midler - From A Distance
24) Nelson - (I Can't Live Without Your) Love & Affection
25) Soho - Hippychick
26) Stevie B. - Because I Love You
27) Heart - Stranded
28) Slaughter - Fly To The Angels
29) UB40 - The Way You Do The Things You Do
30) Wilson Phillips - Impulsive

ALBUMS
1) MC Hammer - Please Hammer Don't Hurt Em
2) Vanilla Ice - To The Extreme
3) AC/DC - The Razors Edge
4) Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey
5) George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice
6) INXS - X
7) Wilson Phillips - Wilson Phillips
8) Vaughn Brothers - Family Style
9) Warrant - Cherry Pie
10) Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison
11) Queensryche - Empire
12) Garth Brooks - No Fences
13) Poison - Flesh And Blood
14) Various Artists - Ghost
15) Jon Bon Jovi - Blaze Of Glory: Music From Young Guns II
16) LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
17) Iron Maiden - No Prayer For The Dying
18) Faith No More - The Real Thing
19) Slaughter - Stick It To Ya
20) Michael Bolton - Soul Provider
21) Too $hort - Short Dog's In The House
22) Various Artists - Twin Peaks
23) Phil Collins - .....But Seriously
24) Megadeth - Rust In Peace
25) Bette Midler - Some People's Lives
26) Judas Priest - Painkiller
27) Anita Baker - Compositions
28) Nelson - After The Rain
29) Depeche Mode - Violator
30) Keith Sweat - I'll Give All Of My Love To You

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Post by Dr. Zoidberg » Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:19 pm

Dance Monkey has been at #1 in the Australian charts for 14 weeks, which is a record for an Australian artist.

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The Whole Of The Moon being at 11 is a bit weird. It's the best song in that chart by a long way though.

Thanks to Kanye, Kenny G Is Just the Fifth Act With Hot 100 Top 40 Hits in Each of the Last Four Decades

The sax superstar joins Michael Jackson, Madonna, U2 & "Weird Al" Yankovic as the only artists to accomplish that feat.

Kenny G makes his first visit to the Billboard Hot 100 in more than 19 years, as featured on Kanye West's "Use This Gospel." The song, also featuring Clipse, debuts at No. 37 on the chart dated Nov. 9 and is from West's new album Jesus Is King, which launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

The song, powered most heavily by 17.3 million first-week U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music, additionally places Kenny G in select chart company, as the saxophone-playing icon joins Michael Jackson, Madonna, U2 and "Weird Al" Yankovic as the only acts with top 40 Hot 100 hits in the 1980s, '90s, 2000s and '10s.

Recapping Kenny G's Hot 100 history, he had last appeared on the chart dated Jan. 22, 2000, with "Auld Lang Syne," which reached No. 7 two weeks earlier, becoming his second top 10.

Before that, he tallied six Hot 100 entries in the '90s, reaching a No. 18 decade-high with "Forever in Love" in 1993, and charted his first four in the '80s, including his debut hit, the No. 4-peaking "Songbird."

Kenny G's decade-by-decade totals: three top 40 Hot 100 hits in the '80s, two in the '90s and one each in the '00s and '10s. Notably, timing was on his side just enough, as he appeared on the chart in the first month of the '00s and now returns with just over a month left in the '10s.

Kenny G is the first act to have notched top 40 Hot 100 titles in each of the past four decades since U2, which also joined the club thanks to a featured turn on a rap hit: Kendrick Lamar's "XXX.," featuring the band, debuted at its No. 33 peak in May 2017. U2's lone top 40 hit this decade followed six in the '80s, seven in the '90s and three in the '00s.

Jackson's decade-by-decade breakdown of sending new songs into the Hot 100's top 40: 18 in the '80s, 10 in the '90s, two in the '00s and three in the '10s, most recently as featured on Drake's "Don't Matter to Me," which bowed and peaked at No. 9 in July 2018. (That's on top of Jackson's seven top 40 hits as a soloist in the '70s; the late King of Pop is also the only act with top 10 Hot 100 hits in each of five decades.)

From the King of Pop to the Queen, Madonna most recently reached the Hot 100's top 40 in 2012 with the No. 10-peaking "Give Me All Your Luvin'," featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. Madonna by the decades: 19 top 40 hits in the '80s, 20 in the '90s, nine in the '00s and one in the '10s.

Meanwhile, pop parody icon Yankovic boasts four top 40 Hot 100 hits, having spaced out one spoof per decade, extending his run through the '10s with "Word Crimes" (No. 39, 2014), which sends up Robin Thicke's 12-week 2013 No. 1 "Blurred Lines," featuring T.I. and Pharrell.

(Note that this research excludes both Bon Jovi and Whitney Houston, who charted top 40 hits in the '80s, '90s, '00s and '10s, but only in the current decade via re-entries of prior hits.)

Ultimately, Kenny G, Jackson, Madonna, U2 and Yankovic have all managed to stretch their runs of top 40 Hot 100 hits to historic levels by adapting, thanks to assists from acts who've followed them onto the charts, including Lamar, Drake, Minaj, Thicke and, as of this week, Kanye West.

Source: Billboard

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