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  • trebor
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    Works fine with Chrome, Explorer & Opera (their standard built-in viewers render the files perfectly).
    Does indeed have issues with Firefox (don't have Adobe Pro on this machine so I can't check).
    -> Open the files with the built-in viewers from the first three mentioned browsers and re-save them to your standard.
    (It's a known problem when the source file is not a true-pdf but rather images; or has not been created by Adobe Pro)

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  • me
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    Originally posted by Chartaholic
    Originally posted by radiodavid

    But when saved and opened in Acrobat Professional, they are blank.
    Saw this on the webs. Any help?
    Check Edit>Preferences>Page display>Page content and information and be sure that "Show large images" is checked.
    Yes, large images is ok, but all the pages are in black.

    But If I convert the PDF in JPG everything is OK

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  • Chartaholic
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    Originally posted by radiodavid

    But when saved and opened in Acrobat Professional, they are blank.


    Saw this on the webs. Any help?

    Check Edit>Preferences>Page display>Page content and information and be sure that "Show large images" is checked.

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  • radiodavid
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    Originally posted by Chartaholic
    Originally posted by radiodavid
    Originally posted by Edu
    Originally posted by trebor
    Downloads via Zippyshare. Links good through to June 20, 2017

    Europarade - 1976.pdf
    ...
    The only thing that can be seen in those pdfs is pages all in black...
    What is the problem?
    I have the same issue. Every file I have downloaded has a black rectangle with a white border on the right and the bottom!
    They display fine in both safari and goodreader on an iPad.
    But when saved and opened in Acrobat Professional, they are blank.

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  • Chartaholic
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    Originally posted by radiodavid
    Originally posted by Edu
    Originally posted by trebor
    Downloads via Zippyshare. Links good through to June 20, 2017

    Europarade - 1976.pdf
    ...
    The only thing that can be seen in those pdfs is pages all in black...
    What is the problem?
    I have the same issue. Every file I have downloaded has a black rectangle with a white border on the right and the bottom!
    They display fine in both safari and goodreader on an iPad.

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  • radiodavid
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    Originally posted by Edu
    Originally posted by trebor
    Downloads via Zippyshare. Links good through to June 20, 2017

    Europarade - 1976.pdf
    ...
    The only thing that can be seen in those pdfs is pages all in black...
    What is the problem?
    I have the same issue. Every file I have downloaded has a black rectangle with a white border on the right and the bottom!

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  • Edu
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    Originally posted by trebor
    Downloads via Zippyshare. Links good through to June 20, 2017

    Europarade - 1976.pdf
    ...
    The only thing that can be seen in those pdfs is pages all in black...
    What is the problem?

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  • Chartaholic
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    Originally posted by trebor
    ^^ Added Years 1985-1987
    The Europarade disbanded with the 1987 Year End issue.

    Middels dit jaaroverzicht laten wij u weten dat wij met ingang van heden het verschijnen van de Europarade hebben beeindigd.
    Voor inlichtingen betreffende voortbestaan van de Europarade k.unt u zich in verbinding stellen met "Buma-Stemra" [...]

    With this last year-issue we inform you that we finished the existence of the Europarade
    For further information please contact "Buma Stemra" [...]
    Can someone explain what the last two charts are. The first europarade is obvious, a collection of charts from different countries.

    But Polderpoparade and Polderpop are a mystery to me.

    Thanks for the files Trebor!

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  • trebor
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    ^^ Added Years 1985-1987
    The Europarade disbanded with the 1987 Year End issue.

    Middels dit jaaroverzicht laten wij u weten dat wij met ingang van heden het verschijnen van de Europarade hebben beeindigd.
    Voor inlichtingen betreffende voortbestaan van de Europarade k.unt u zich in verbinding stellen met "Buma-Stemra" [...]

    With this last year-issue we inform you that we finished the existence of the Europarade
    For further information please contact "Buma Stemra" [...]

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  • RadekT
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    Another great thing in this topic! Thanks trebor. Do you have scans of Europarade from 85 to 90?

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  • trebor
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    These have probably all been posted by CZB or REX before.
    All original scans joined together as pdf's.

    TROS Euoparade
    TROS Ad Roland 1976-1987



    Downloads via Zippyshare. Links good through to June 20, 2017

    Europarade - 1976.pdf
    Europarade - 1977.pdf
    Europarade - 1978.pdf
    Europarade - 1979.pdf
    Europarade - 1980.pdf
    Europarade - 1981.pdf
    Europarade - 1982.pdf
    Europarade - 1983.pdf
    Europarade - 1984.pdf
    Europarade - 1985.pdf
    Europarade - 1986.pdf
    Europarade - 1987.pdf

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  • LostAvenger
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    Thank you so much. Now the history of the UK Airplay Charts in the 90s is complete!

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  • radiodavid
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    All but 4 issues from 1990 are now on the site. The remaining issues will be added later this coming week. Expect 1991 and 1992 in the next week to 10 days.

    Enjoy!

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  • trebor
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    Here is the (more than) messy Wikipedia entry.

    Remark:
    The Music & Media charts are a great piece of information but, as always, you have to read between the lines. There are constantly errors and inconsistencies. It used a periodically updated, static point based system and some #1 songs/albums are highly disputable. The worst are the weeks when they mixed up the points and suddenly the whole Top 10 of Finland or Hungary would be amongst the 100 "best selling" singles, Radio Edits and Remixes charting simultaneously (as some countries didn't merge them). Albums listed twice (under different monikers), albums by the same name merged although completely different records, "Banda Sonora/Bande Originale/Colonna Sonora" not recognized as "Soundtrack" albums, etc., etc.
    Still, amazing freeze-frame moments of historical importance.

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  • me
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    Originally posted by borderwolf
    Originally posted by me
    And, if you look at the number 1 of 1974 there is (page 4): "A warm welcome to all readers of this first issue of EUROTIPSHEET!"
    1984
    Thanks! Correct Another typo error!

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  • borderwolf
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    Originally posted by me
    And, if you look at the number 1 of 1974 there is (page 4): "A warm welcome to all readers of this first issue of EUROTIPSHEET!"
    1984

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  • me
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    Originally posted by marcoferrari
    Then, what about this? "Publication began in April, 1983, as "Europtipsheet". It is written on http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Music-and-Media.htm.
    Obviously is a typo error. In the same page, on the left there is "was published beginning in 1984 as "Eurotipsheet"."

    And, if you look at the number 1 of 1984 there is (page 4): "A warm welcome to all readers of this first issue of EUROTIPSHEET!"

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  • marcoferrari
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    Originally posted by me
    Originally posted by marcoferrari
    Will there be uploaded also year 1983? I am asking because of the first issue of 1984. In European Top 100 Singles section there are singles/songs with already several weeks in the chart. Example - Lionel Richie - All Night Long already 12 weeks in charts.
    The first issue of Eurotipsheet is dated March 19, 1984. There is no issue of Eurotipsheet before this one.
    The Dutch team of Eurotipsheet started to develop three pan-European charts (Singles, Albums, Airplay) at the end of 1983, beginning of 1984, but they were used only internally and not distributed outside. Probably they were 11 weeks of charts before the first issue of Eurotipsheet. And the first chart should have the date of Jan. 2, 1984. Anyway I think it's impossible to have these first charts. But if you know some people who worked there at the beginning of 1984 ...
    Then, what about this? "Publication began in April, 1983, as "Europtipsheet". It is written on http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Music-and-Media.htm.

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  • me
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    Originally posted by marcoferrari
    Will there be uploaded also year 1983? I am asking because of the first issue of 1984. In European Top 100 Singles section there are singles/songs with already several weeks in the chart. Example - Lionel Richie - All Night Long already 12 weeks in charts.
    The first issue of Eurotipsheet is dated March 19, 1984. There is no issue of Eurotipsheet before this one.
    The Dutch team of Eurotipsheet started to develop three pan-European charts (Singles, Albums, Airplay) at the end of 1983, beginning of 1984, but they were used only internally and not distributed outside. Probably they were 11 weeks of charts before the first issue of Eurotipsheet. And the first chart should have the date of Jan. 2, 1984. Anyway I think it's impossible to have these first charts. But if you know some people who worked there at the beginning of 1984 ...

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  • marcoferrari
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    Will there be uploaded also year 1983? I am asking because of the first issue of 1984. In European Top 100 Singles section there are singles/songs with already several weeks in the chart. Example - Lionel Richie - All Night Long already 12 weeks in charts.

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  • radiodavid
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    Originally posted by me
    Originally posted by RadekT
    Mar 11 1989 is missing
    Aug 26 1989 is missing too.
    No issue with year-end charts of 1987.
    Sorry, you are right, there are 3 missing issues:
    1987, Dec. 26
    1989, Mar. 11
    1989, Aug. 26
    All these have been added.

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  • radiodavid
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    Originally posted by RadekT
    1986.07.26 page with European Hot 100 is missing too. This issue was Summer Special poster.
    The missing 4-page fold-out chart is now in the issue.

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  • anpt
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    Nice work! Thanks!

    Until 14.01.1989 there' s a list with top 3 singles in several european countries:

    Uk, Germany, France. Italy, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Sweeden, Denmark, Norway, Finland. Ireland. Switzerland, Austria, Greece and Portiugal

    From 21.01.1989 to 23.12.1989 there's top 3 singles and top 3 albuns for some european countries.

    and so on

    List of Gold & Platinum Awards 1987 - Music & Media, 26/12/1987

    http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Music-and-Media.htm

    Originally posted by radiodavid
    1985 Issues are posted.

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  • trebor
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    @David: Minor typo: 1985: Oct 10 should read Oct 1
    (Great work!)

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  • LostAvenger
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    Thank you so much for the 1985 issues! Anticipating 1990 shortly.

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