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  • #26
    I'll Be There For You - The Rembrandts (Friend's theme song) (#1 airplay 8 weeks)

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    • #27
      Airplay only hits (from Joel Whitburn)
      1987
      Bon Jovi Never Say Goodbye #28
      Bon Jovi Edge Of A Broken Heart #38
      1988
      Madonna Spotlight #32
      1990
      Double Dee Found Love #64
      Rozlyne Clarke Eddy Steady Go #74
      1991
      Airplay Peak / Artist / Track
      A05 Janet Jackson Jackson, Janet State Of The World
      A11 Simpsons, The Simpsons, The Do The Bartman
      A37 Bell Biv DeVoe Bell Biv DeVoe Word To The Mutha
      A55 April April You're The One For Me
      A56 Culture Beat Culture Beat I Like You
      A57 En Vogue En Vogue You Don't Have To Worry
      A58 New Kids On The Block New Kids On The Block Games
      A59 Musto and Bones Musto and Bones Dangerous On The Dancefloor
      A61 Digital Underground Digital Underground Same Song
      A63 Cover Girls, The Cover Girls, The Don't Stop Now
      A64 Brothers In Rhythm Brothers In Rhythm Such A Good Feeling
      A66 Nomad Nomad (I Wanna Give You) Devotion
      A67 Frankie Knuckles Knuckles, Frankie The Whistle Song
      A68 Definition Of Sound Definition Of Sound Now Is Tomorrow
      A69 Vanilla Ice Vanilla Ice Satisfaction
      A70 Pajama Party Pajama Party Got My Eye On You
      A72 Sweet Sensation Sweet Sensation One Good Man
      A75 Sabrina Johnston Johnston, Sabrina Peace (In The Valley)
      1992
      A16 Michael Bolton Bolton, Michael Steel Bars
      A43 TLC TLC Sleigh Ride
      A51 Erasure Erasure Take A Chance On Me
      A55 Malaika Malaika So Much Love
      A58 Shanice Shanice Don't Wanna Love You
      A60 Berlin Berlin Featuring Terri Nunn Take My Breath Away (Remix)
      A63 Rozalla Rozalla Are You Ready To Fly?
      A64 Bon Jovi Bon Jovi Levon (Jon Bon Jovi)
      A68 Frankie Knuckles Knuckles, Frankie Rain Falls
      A72 Corina Corina Now That You're Gone
      A72 Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch Mark, Marky & The Funky Bunch Gonna Have A Good Time
      A72 Shamen, The Shamen, The LSI (Love, Sex, Intelligence)
      A73 Michael Bolton Bolton, Michael Reach Out I'll Be There
      A73 Michael Bolton Bolton, Michael White Christmas
      A73 En Vogue En Vogue Yesterday
      A75 Cynthia Cynthia Love Me Tonight
      1993
      A30 Janet Jackson Jackson, Janet Where Are You Now
      A32 Bobby Brown & Whitney Houston Brown, Bobby & Whitney Houston Something In Common
      A37 Huey Lewis & The News Lewis, Huey and The News It's Alright
      A39 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Plush
      A43 Rod Stewart Stewart, Rod Have I Told You Lately
      A46 Don Henley Henley, Don Sit Down You're Rockin' The Boat
      A53 Wendy & Lisa Wendy & Lisa The Closing Of The Year (Main Theme)
      A61 U2 U2 Numb
      A66 Cure, The Cure, The Purple Haze
      A66 Janet Jackson Jackson, Janet Throb
      A71 U2 U2 Lemon
      A73 Vertical Hold Vertical Hold Seems You're Much Too Busy
      A74 Eric Hicks Hicks, Eric Let's Get Into Something Sexy
      A74 Malaika Malaika Gotta Know (Your Name)
      A75 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Stand Above Me
      1994
      A05 Counting Crows Counting Crows Mr. Jones
      A12 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah All I Want For Christmas Is You
      A18 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Interstate Love Song
      A21 Gin Blossoms Gin Blossoms Until I Fall Away
      A22 Nirvana Nirvana About A Girl (Unplugged)
      A22 Cranberries, The Cranberries, The Zombie
      A24 Soundgarden Soundgarden Black Hole Sun
      A24 Gin Blossoms Gin Blossoms Allison Road
      A26 Green Day Green Day Basket Case
      A30 Michael Bolton Bolton, Michael Ain't Got Nothing If You Ain't Got Love
      A30 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Landslide
      A31 Counting Crows Counting Crows Round Here
      A36 Green Day Green Day Long View
      A36 Whitney Houston Houston, Whitney Queen Of The Night
      A38 Offspring, The Offspring, The Come Out And Play
      A38 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Vasoline
      A45 Offspring, The Offspring, The Self Esteem
      A45 Nirvana Nirvana All Apologies
      A45 Counting Crows Counting Crows Einstein On The Beach (For an Eggman)
      A45 Tevin Campbell Campbell, Tevin Shhh
      A45 Garth Brooks Brooks, Garth Hard Luck Woman
      A46 Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg Doggy Dogg World
      A48 Alice In Chains Alice In Chains No Excuses
      A48 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Disarm
      A48 Toni Braxton Braxton, Toni Seven Whole Days
      A50 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Big Empty
      A50 U2 U2 All I Want Is You
      A52 Cowboy Junkies Cowboy Junkies Sweet Jane
      A56 Green Day Green Day Welcome To Paradise
      A59 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Creep
      A59 R. Kelly Kelly, R, It Seems Like You're Ready
      A62 Dinosaur Jr. Dinosaur Jr. Feel The Pain
      A63 Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg Lodi Dodi
      A66 Counting Crows Counting Crows Rain King
      A67 Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg Murder Was The Case
      A68 Whitney Houston Houston, Whitney Look Into Your Heart
      A69 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Today
      A72 Nona Gaye & Prince Gaye, Nona & Prince Love Sign
      A75 Jocelyn Enriquez Enriquez, Jocelyn Make This Last Forever
      1995
      A06 Green Day Green Day When I Come Around
      A08 Selena Selena I Could Fall In Love
      A10 Adam Sandler Sandler, Adam The Chanukah Song
      A12 Live Live Lightning Crashes
      A13 Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Better Man
      A13 Alanis Morissette Morissette, Alanis You Oughta Know
      A15 Alanis Morissette Morissette, Alanis Hand In My Pocket
      A18 Weezer Weezer Buddy Holly
      A21 Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Lump
      A21 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Ants Marching
      A22 Eagles Eagles Love Will Keeps Us Alive
      A22 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band What Would You Say
      A22 Green Day Green Day J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)
      A23 Toad The Wet Sprocket Toad The Wet Sprocket Good Intentions
      A27 Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers My Friends
      A27 Green Day Green Day Geek Stink Breath
      A28 Silverchair Silverchair Tomorrow
      A33 Live Live All Over You
      A35 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters This Is A Call
      A35 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah All I Want For Christmas Is You
      A38 Live Live I Alone
      A39 Oasis Oasis Live Forever
      A39 Cranberries, The Cranberries, The Ode To My Family
      A39 Nirvana Nirvana The Man Who Sold The World
      A40 Toadies Toadies Possum Kingdom
      A40 Bush Bush Everything Zen
      A41 Sponge Sponge Plowed
      A41 Green Day Green Day She
      A41 Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers Warped
      A46 Bush Bush Little Things
      A47 Melissa Etheridge Etheridge, Melissa Your Little Secret
      A47 Offspring, The Offspring, The Smash It Up
      A48 Rancid Rancid Time Bomb
      A48 Better Than Ezra Better Than Ezra In The Blood
      A48 PJ Harvey Harvey, PJ Down By The Water
      A49 Collective Soul Collective Soul Gel
      A51 Weezer Weezer Say It Ain't So
      A51 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters I'll Stick Around
      A53 Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Corduroy
      A53 Veruca Salt Veruca Salt Seether
      A53 White Zombie White Zombie More Human Than Human
      A53 Tripping Daisy Tripping Daisy I Got A Girl
      A54 Nine Inch Nails Nine Inch Nails Hurt
      A54 Soundgarden Soundgarden Fell On Black Days
      A54 Blind Melon Blind Melon Galaxie
      A55 Stone Roses, The Stone Roses, The Love Spreads
      A57 Garbage Garbage Queer
      A58 Offspring, The Offspring, The Gotta Get Away
      A60 Candlebox Candlebox Simple Lessons
      A61 Eagles Eagles Learn To Be Still
      A62 Primus Primus Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
      A63 Heather Nova Nova, Heather Walk This World
      A63 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Dancing Days
      A65 Alanis Morissette Morissette, Alanis All I Really Want
      A65 Radiohead Radiohead Fake Plastic Trees
      A65 Savatage Savatage Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)
      A66 Magnificent Bastards, The Magnificent Bastards, The Mockingbird Girl
      A67 Duran Duran Duran Duran White Lines
      A67 Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Kitty
      A70 C & C Music Factory C & C Music Factory Robi Rob's Boriqua Anthem
      A71 Live Live White, Discussion
      A72 Hum Hum Stars
      A72 Silverchair Silverchair Pure Massacre
      A74 Richard Marx Marx, Richard Nothing Left Behind Us
      A74 Jennifer Trynin Trynin, Jennifer Better Than Nothing
      A74 Dandelion Dandelion Weird-Out
      A74 R.E.M. R.E.M. Star 69
      1996
      A01 No Doubt No Doubt Don't Speak
      A02 Fugees Fugees Lauren Hill Killing Me Softly
      A03 Alanis Morissette Morissette, Alanis Head Over Feet
      A09 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah Forever
      A10 Primitive Radio Gods Primitive Radio Gods Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand
      A13 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters Big Me
      A13 Hootie & The Blowfish Hootie & The Blowfish I Go Blind
      A14 Dog's Eye View Dog's Eye View Everything Falls Apart
      A18 No Doubt No Doubt Spiderwebs
      A20 Oasis Oasis Champagne Supernova
      A21 Cranberries, The Cranberries, The Salvation
      A25 Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta Newton-John, Olivia & John Travolta The Grease Megamix
      A26 Butthole Surfers Butthole Surfers Pepper
      A27 Bush Bush Swallowed
      A28 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Big Bang Baby
      A29 Everclear Everclear Santa Monica (Watch The World Die)
      A29 Sublime Sublime What I Got
      A31 Prince Prince Betcha By Golly Wow!
      A32 Tracy Bonham Bonham, Tracy Mother Mother
      A33 Wallflowers, The Wallflowers, The 6th Avenue Heartache
      A35 Green Day Green Day 'Brain Stew/Jaded'
      A35 La Bouche La Bouche Fallin' In Love
      A35 Cake Cake The Distance
      A35 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah All I Want For Christmas Is You
      A36 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart
      A36 Blues Traveler Blues Traveler But Anyway
      A37 311 311 Down
      A37 Soundgarden Soundgarden Pretty Noose
      A38 Fugees Fugees No Woman, No Cry
      A39 Bone Thugs N Harmony Bone Thugs N Harmony Days Of Our Livez
      A39 Eels Eels Novocaine For The Soul
      A39 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Too Much
      A40 Soundgarden Soundgarden Burden In My Hand
      A45 Counting Crows Counting Crows Angels Of The Silences
      A46 Porno For Pyros Porno For Pyros Tahitian Moon
      A46 Local H Local H Bound For The Floor
      A46 Adam Sandler Sandler, Adam The Chanukah Song
      A47 Goo Goo Dolls Goo Goo Dolls Naked
      A47 Goldfinger Goldfinger Here In Your Bedroom
      A48 Nixons, The Nixons, The Sister
      A48 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band So Much To Say
      A49 Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers Aeroplane
      A49 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Zero
      A49 Savatage Savatage Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)
      A51 Nada Surf Nada Surf Popular
      A52 Alice In Chains Alice In Chains Heaven Beside You
      A53 Stone Temple Pilots Stone Temple Pilots Lady Picture Show
      A53 Soundgarden Soundgarden Blow Up The Outside World
      A53 Verve Pipe, The Verve Pipe, The Photograph
      A54 Social Distortion Social Distortion I Was Wrong
      A54 Blessid Union Of Souls Blessid Union Of Souls Oh Virginia
      A55 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Satellite
      A57 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Muzzle
      A58 2 Pac 2 Pac I Ain't Mad At Cha
      A60 Poe Poe Angry Johnny
      A60 Stabbing Westward Stabbing Westward What Do I Have To Do?
      A62 Better Than Ezra Better Than Ezra King Of New Orleans
      A62 Screaming Trees Screaming Trees All I Know
      A62 Rage Against The Machine Rage Against The Machine Bulls On Parade
      A63 Nirvana Nirvana Aneurysm
      A63 Rancid Rancid Ruby Soho
      A63 Kula Shaker Shaker, Kula Tattva
      A64 Sponge Sponge Wax Ecstatic (To Sell Angelina)
      A66 Love and Rockets Love and Rockets Sweet Lover Hangover
      A67 Geggy Tah Tah, Geggy Whoever You Are
      A67 Cracker Cracker I Hate My Generation
      A67 Adam Sandler Sandler, Adam The Thanksgiving Song
      A68 Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Presidents Of The United States Of America, The Mach 5
      A69 Fugees Fugees Ready Or Not
      A69 Pearl Jam Pearl Jam Hail, Hail
      A69 Stabbing Westward Stabbing Westward Shame
      A70 Green Day Green Day Walking Contradiction
      A70 For Squirrels For Squirrels Mighty K.C.
      A71 Rod Stewart Stewart, Rod So Far Away
      A71 Patti Rothberg Rothberg, Patti Inside
      A71 Refreshments, The Refreshments, The Banditos
      A72 Superdrag Superdrag Sucked Out
      A73 Fun Lovin' Criminals Fun Lovin' Criminals Scooby Snacks
      A73 Bobby Helms Helms, Bobby Jingle Bell Rock
      A74 Hootie & The Blowfish Hootie & The Blowfish Sad Caper
      A75 Cowboy Junkies Cowboy Junkies A Common Disaster
      1997
      A01 Sugar Ray Sugar Ray Super Cat Fly
      A01 Will Smith Smith, Will Men In Black
      A02 Cardigans Cardigans Lovefool
      A02 Wallflowers, The Wallflowers, The One Headlight
      A04 OMC OMC How Bizarre
      A05 matchbox twenty matchbox twenty Push
      A06 Counting Crows Counting Crows A Long December
      A10 Bob Carlisle Carlisle, Bob Butterfly Kisses
      A11 Tonic Tonic If You Could Only See
      A12 BLACKstreet BLACKstreet Don't Leave Me
      A16 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah Butterfly
      A19 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Crash Into Me
      A19 Sheryl Crow Crow, Sheryl A Change Would Do You Good
      A21 Amy Grant Grant, Amy Takes A Little Time
      A23 Mighty Mighty Bosstones Mighty Mighty Bosstones The Impression That I Get
      A23 Wallflowers, The Wallflowers, The The Difference
      A25 Adam Sandler Sandler, Adam The Chanukah Song
      A25 Aaliyah Aaliyah One In A Million
      A27 INXS INXS Elegantly Wasted
      A27 Hanson Hanson Where's The Love
      A29 Garbage Garbage #1 Crush
      A30 Tony! Toni! Toné! Tony! Toni! Toné! Let's Get Down
      A35 Oasis Oasis Don't Go Away
      A35 Live Live Lakini's Juice
      A36 Janet Jackson Jackson, Janet J. Mitchell & Q-Tip Got 'Til It's Gone
      A36 311 311 All Mixed Up
      A37 Busta Rhymes Rhymes, Busta Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See
      A40 Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers Love Rollercoaster
      A41 Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac Silver Springs
      A41 Bush Bush Greedy Fly
      A42 Indigo Girls Indigo Girls Shame On You
      A42 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters Everlong
      A42 Foxy Brown Brown, Foxy BLACKstreet Get Me Home
      A43 Sublime Sublime Santeria
      A43 Everclear Everclear Everything To Everyone
      A43 Mary J. Blige Blige, Mary J. Love Is All We Need
      A44 Silverchair Silverchair Abuse Me
      A45 Live Live Turn My Head
      A47 Sublime Sublime Wrong Way
      A47 Babyface Babyface Stevie Wonder How Come, How Long
      A49 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Eye
      A49 Oasis Oasis D' You Know What I Mean?
      A49 Band Aid Band Aid Do They Know It's Christmas
      A49 Savatage Savatage Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)
      A50 Sundays, The Sundays, The Summertime
      A50 Smashing Pumpkins, The Smashing Pumpkins, The The End Is The Beginning Is The End
      A50 Offspring, The Offspring, The Gone Away
      A51 Wallflowers, The Wallflowers, The Three Marlenas
      A51 Counting Crows Counting Crows Daylight Fading
      A51 Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott Elliott, Missy "Misdemeanor" The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
      A51 Toad The Wet Sprocket Toad The Wet Sprocket Come Down
      A52 God's Property God's Property Stomp (Remix)
      A52 Lil' Kim Lil' Kim Feat. Notorious BIG Crush On You
      A55 Blur Blur Song 2
      A55 Ginuwine Ginuwine Tell Me Do U Wanna
      A56 K's Choice K's Choice Not An Addict
      A57 Days Of The New Days Of The New Touch, Peel And Stand
      A57 Jon Bon Jovi Jon Bon Jovi Midnight In Chelsea
      A58 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters Monkey Wrench
      A58 Celine Dion & Barbra Streisand Dion, Celine & Barbra Streisand Tell Him
      A58 Prince Prince The Holy River
      A58 George Michael Michael, George Last Christmas
      A59 Veruca Salt Veruca Salt Volcano Girls
      A59 Green Day Green Day Hitchin' A Ride
      A59 Bryan Adams Adams, Bryan I'll Always Be Right There
      A59 Chicago Chicago Here In My Heart
      A59 Aaliyah Aaliyah 4 Page Letter
      A60 Kenny Loggins Loggins, Kenny For This First Time
      A61 Erykah Badu Badu, Erkyah Next Lifetime
      A61 Salt 'N Pepa Salt 'N Pepa R U Ready
      A61 Monaco Monaco What Do You Want From Me?
      A61 Refugee Camp All Stars Refugee Camp All Stars Lauryn Hill The Sweetest Thing
      A62 Wyclef Jean Jean, Wyclef Refugee Camp Allstars Guantanamera
      A62 Erykah Badu Badu, Erkyah Tyrone
      A63 Bush Bush Mouth
      A64 Cure, The Cure, The Wrong Number
      A65 Michael Bolton Bolton, Michael The Best Of Love
      A65 Offspring, The Offspring, The All I Want
      A65 Poe Poe Hello
      A65 Joe Joe The Love Scene
      A68 Mighty Mighty Bosstones Mighty Mighty Bosstones The Rascal King
      A69 Reel Big Fish Reel Big Fish Sell Out
      A70 James Taylor Taylor, James Little More Time With You
      A70 Jose Feliciano Feliciano, Jose Feliz Navidad
      A71 Fountains Of Wayne Fountains Of Wayne Radiation Vibe
      A72 Squirrel Nut Zippers Squirrel Nut Zippers Hell
      A72 Paul Carrack Carrack, Paul For Once In Our Lives
      A72 Shaquille O'Neal O'Neal, Shaquille Strait Playin'
      A73 Live Live Freaks
      A74 Our Lady Peace Our Lady Peace Superman's Dead
      A74 Blues Traveler Blues Traveler Most Precarious
      1998
      A02 Smash Mouth Smash Mouth Walking On The Sun
      A03 matchbox twenty matchbox twenty 3AM
      A04 Backstreet Boys, The Backstreet Boys, The As Long As You Love Me
      A04 Alanis Morissette Morissette, Alanis Uninvited
      A05 Fastball Fastball The Way
      A06 Brian McKnight McKnight, Brian Anytime
      A11 Semisonic Semisonic Closing Time
      A11 Green Day Green Day Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)
      A11 Celine Dion Dion, Celine To Love You More
      A16 Eric Clapton Clapton, Eric My Father's Eyes
      A16 Vonda Shepard Shepard, Vonda Searchin' My Soul
      A18 Hootie & The Blowfish Hootie & The Blowfish I Will Wait
      A18 Natalie Merchant Merchant, Natalie Kind And Generous
      A19 Ben Folds Five Ben Folds Five Brick
      A25 Natalie Imbruglia Imbruglia, Natalie Wishing I Was There
      A27 Smash Mouth Smash Mouth Can't Get Enough Of You Baby
      A27 Wallflowers, The Wallflowers, The Heroes
      A28 Janet Jackson Jackson, Janet Go Deep
      A32 Sparkle Sparkle R. Kelly Be Careful
      A32 Robyn Robyn Do You Really Want Me (Show Respect)
      A33 Everclear Everclear I Will Buy You A New Life
      A35 Lauryn Hill Hill, Lauryn Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You
      A35 Paula Cole Cole, Paula Me
      A37 Timbaland & Magoo Timbaland & Magoo Luv 2 Luv U
      A38 Harvey Danger Harvey Danger Flagpole Sitta
      A41 Cherry Poppin' Daddies Cherry Poppin' Daddies Zoot Suit Riot
      A42 Bryan Adams Adams, Bryan Back To You
      A44 Brandy Brandy Mase Top Of The World
      A44 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Stay (Waisting Time)
      A49 Aqua Aqua Turn Back Time
      A51 Dave Matthews Band Matthews, Dave Band Don't Drink The Water
      A51 Erick Sermon, Keith Murray Sermon, Erick & Keith Murray Redman Rapper's Delight
      A53 Mariah Carey Carey, Mariah Bone Thugs-n-Harmony Breakdown
      A54 Creed Creed My Own Prison
      A55 James Horner Horner, James Southampton
      A56 Ice Cube Ice Cube Featuring DMX We Be Clubbin'
      A59 Our Lady Peace Our Lady Peace Clumsy
      A59 Foo Fighters Foo Fighters My Hero
      A60 Brian McKnight McKnight, Brian The Only One For Me
      A60 Chumbawamba Chumbawamba Amnesia
      A61 Blink-182 Blink-182 Dammit (Growing Up)
      A62 John Mellencamp Mellencamp, John Your Life Is Now
      A65 Collin Raye Raye, Collin Jim Brickman The Gift
      A66 John Tesh Tesh, John James Ingram Give Me Forever (I Do)
      A66 Phil Collins Collins, Phil True Colors
      A67 Ginuwine Ginuwine Same Ol' G
      A68 Tonic Tonic Open Up Your Eyes
      A69 Radiohead Radiohead Karma Police
      A70 Garbage Garbage I Think I'm Paranoid
      A70 Charli Baltimore Baltimore, Charli Money
      A71 Mary J. Blige Blige, Mary J. Seven Days
      A73 Sister Hazel Sister Hazel Happy
      A74 Chantal Kreviazuk Kreviazuk, Chantel Surrounded
      A75 Black Lab Black Lab Time Ago

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      • #28
        Originally posted by davidalic
        Airplay only hits (from Joel Whitburn)
        THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
        This was exactly what I was looking for! I'm going to have to spend some time looking through your great list!

        I also like the album vs. single sales discussion. I think that if the artist is known to make quality songs, then both singles and albums would sell well. This is what happened in the 1960s and 1970s. Plus, albums and singles appeal to different music buyers. I would rather buy a single or two that I know I like rather than taking the chance on buying an entire album, but many people enjoy listening to albums and taking that risk. That is why I think both singles and albums should be available.

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        • #29
          I don't see "Don't Speak", "Torn" or "Iris" on that list though

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          • #30
            Originally posted by mykka
            I don't see "Don't Speak", "Torn" or "Iris" on that list though
            Because the latter two eventually DID chart once Billboard allowed airplay-only hits to chart on the Hot 100.

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            • #31
              Originally posted by mykka
              I don't see "Don't Speak", "Torn" or "Iris" on that list though
              "Don't Speak" is on the list. "Torn" and "Iris" charted on the Hot 100 in December 1998 when the chart methodology changed. That's why they aren't on Joel Whitburn's list (Airplay chart only hits)
              10 Years of my DVD Collection (2000-2010)

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              • #32
                Okay, I've been looking through davidalic's list, and I've found some songs for which I would like to see the Hot 100 Airplay chart runs, if possible. I would really like to see the chart runs for the first two songs in particular.

                Bon Jovi - Never Say Goodbye
                Madonna - Spotlight
                Janet Jackson - State Of The World
                Jon Bon Jovi - Levon
                Huey Lewis & the News - It's Alright
                Don Henley - Sit Down You're Rockin' The Boat
                Counting Crows - Mr. Jones
                Counting Crows - Round Here
                Counting Crows - Einstein On The Beach (For An Eggman)
                Green Day - Long View
                Green Day - Basket Case
                Green Day - Brain Stew/Jaded
                Gin Blossoms - Until I Fall Away
                Toad The Wet Sprocket - Good Intentions

                Could someone who has access to Hot 100 Airplay charts please post chart runs for these? I have looked for the chart runs for these already on Google Books, but due to the incomplete magazine archives there, I cannot get the complete chart runs for some of the years. It would be GREATLY appreciated!

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                • #33
                  Originally posted by Shayonce
                  Originally posted by NoAngel
                  Natalie Imbruglia - Torn
                  11wks at #1 Hot 100 Airplay. total 44wks on the chart. (last charted one was 1998.12.12 and it goes to recurent with #2 debut)

                  later it chated on 98.12.5 Issue as #47 (41) 30wks
                  but it never chated on hot100 before
                  (they change the rules since 12.5 issue)

                  1998.5.16 Billboard
                  #1 with 95m impressions in Hot Airplay from 257 hot 100 monitored stations (it's 14wks)
                  * did not charted on Hot 100.

                  1999.4.26 Billboard issue
                  Torn was second most played song in US radio
                  Hey shay, You mentioned that
                  1999.4.26 Billboard issue
                  Torn was second most played song in US radio Do you have the source for this please? Thanks!

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                  • #34
                    I think Aaliyah's "Try Again" is the first song to top the Hot 100 based solely on its Airplay.
                    Oh I won't ask for much this Christmas, I won't even wish for snow

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                    • #35
                      Originally posted by FliplovesMC
                      I think Aaliyah's "Try Again" is the first song to top the Hot 100 based solely on its Airplay.
                      Correct, although I think it was released in vinyl form some weeks after it hit #1 on the Hot 100.

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                      • #36
                        Originally posted by mdp00cgl
                        Originally posted by Shayonce
                        Originally posted by NoAngel
                        Natalie Imbruglia - Torn
                        11wks at #1 Hot 100 Airplay. total 44wks on the chart. (last charted one was 1998.12.12 and it goes to recurent with #2 debut)

                        later it chated on 98.12.5 Issue as #47 (41) 30wks
                        but it never chated on hot100 before
                        (they change the rules since 12.5 issue)

                        1998.5.16 Billboard
                        #1 with 95m impressions in Hot Airplay from 257 hot 100 monitored stations (it's 14wks)
                        * did not charted on Hot 100.

                        1999.4.26 Billboard issue
                        Torn was second most played song in US radio
                        Hey shay, You mentioned that
                        1999.4.26 Billboard issue
                        Torn was second most played song in US radio Do you have the source for this please? Thanks!
                        from billboard magazines.

                        http://books.google.com/books?id=eigEAA ... INES&hl=ko

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                        • #37
                          Originally posted by davidalic
                          Airplay only hits (from Joel Whitburn)
                          1991
                          A56 Culture Beat Culture Beat I Like You

                          A59 Musto and Bones Musto and Bones Dangerous On The Dancefloor

                          A64 Brothers In Rhythm Brothers In Rhythm Such A Good Feeling

                          A66 Nomad Nomad (I Wanna Give You) Devotion

                          A67 Frankie Knuckles Knuckles, Frankie The Whistle Song

                          A70 Pajama Party Pajama Party Got My Eye On You

                          A75 Sabrina Johnston Johnston, Sabrina Peace (In The Valley)
                          1992

                          A60 Berlin Berlin Featuring Terri Nunn Take My Breath Away (Remix)

                          A63 Rozalla Rozalla Are You Ready To Fly?

                          A68 Frankie Knuckles Knuckles, Frankie Rain Falls

                          A72 Corina Corina Now That You're Gone

                          A72 Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch Mark, Marky & The Funky Bunch Gonna Have A Good Time

                          A72 Shamen, The Shamen, The LSI (Love, Sex, Intelligence)

                          1993

                          A43 Rod Stewart Stewart, Rod Have I Told You Lately
                          Are you sure about this? This is kind of strange. All songs under 1991 were released as commercial singles (I have them all!) Same goes for the songs in 1992.

                          Now in regards to Berlin feat. Terri Nunn... are you sure? I clearly remember this single charted in the Summer of 1991, so how could it peak in 1992? The remix was commissioned by Geffen Records in anticipation of Terri Nunn's debut solo album. Geffen never had any intentions of releasing the remix commercially. Terri Nunn's album was released on Janaury 1992, way after the 91 remix had peaked. I'm almost positive the single peaked within the Hot 100 Airplay's Top 30.

                          Rod Stewart's "Have I Told You Lately" was issued as the last (promo) single from his 91 album "Vagabond Heart". It charted for 20 weeks on the Hot 100 Airplay, but it never went that high on the charts. Warner Bros. finally issued the song as a commercial single in 1993, but it was not the album version, but instead the Unplugged version. Under Billboard rules, the live version charted as a separate chart entry because they were not the same recording.

                          Finally, in regards to Madge The Vadge, around that time only commercial singles were allowed to chart on the Hot 100 Airplay charts. I know it sounds ludicrous, but that's how it was.

                          As for the person who said "stupid Billboard". How about you actually blame, you know, the real culprits (i.e. the record companies). Billboard was no different that the UK Singles chart. The UK Singles chart never allowed airplay-only songs to chart.

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                          • #38
                            Wow this thread is really making Tommy Mottola look good for making Mariah basically release every single song commercially so that she can succeed in the charts, I mean, they were great singles but I wonder how different Mariah's career would have been had she not been a major singles artist, would her albums have sold more like Alanis or No Doubt.

                            Quite interesting, isn't it?!
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                            • #39
                              Then why didn't he commercially release "Forever"?

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                              • #40
                                Originally posted by LostAvenger
                                Then why didn't he commercially release "Forever"?
                                Very simple. After the chart fiasco of "Anytime You Need A Friend", Columbia Records made sure that every single of hers hit No. 1. When airplay for some of her songs got a chilly reception at radio, Columbia Records decided not to release such song as commercial singles.

                                "Butterfly" was all ready to be release as the second single, but after it bombed at radio (by Scariah standards), Columbia canceled the single's release.

                                This is the reason why that album only saw 2 commercial singles released.

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                                • #41
                                  Originally posted by Loveland
                                  Originally posted by LostAvenger
                                  Then why didn't he commercially release "Forever"?
                                  Very simple. After the chart fiasco of "Anytime You Need A Friend", Columbia Records made sure that every single of hers hit No. 2. When airplay for some of her songs got a chilly reception at radio, Columbia Records decided not to release such song as commercial singles.

                                  "Butterfly" was all ready to be release as the second single, but after it bombed at radio (by Scariah standards), Columbia canceled the single's release.

                                  This is the reason why that album only saw 2 commercial singles released.
                                  Stupid comment. "Forever" and "Butterfly" peaked at #9 and #16 respectively in the Airplay chart. They were not massive but considering Mariah usually opened with big numbers in the singles chart, they could have been #1 or Top 3 at least. The reason of non commercial single availability is the same for other artists at that time, to persuade consumers to buy the album.

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                                  • #42
                                    "Butterfly" (the album) is Mariah's "bird-flipper" to Mottola which may have something to do with limiting the singles release-promotion thing.

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                                    • #43
                                      Originally posted by argentino78
                                      Stupid comment. "Forever" and "Butterfly" peaked at #9 and #16 respectively in the Airplay chart. They were not massive but considering Mariah usually opened with big numbers in the singles chart, they could have been #1 or Top 3 at least.
                                      God, you have to be a lamb. Is there a reason to be rude? Why is it the moment someone critizices this broad, all the lambs can do is insult people and throw numbers at it?

                                      I'm not from Argentina. I lived in the US back then and bought Billboard every week.

                                      My comment was not "stupid". It's a well known fact that what I said earlier is the truth. Both "Butterfly" and "The Roof" were scheduled to be released as commercial singles, but both were canceled due to their chilly reception at radio. Both songs would not have hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 Singles had they been issued as commercial singles.

                                      Once promotion started for the fourth single, "My All", and the radio received it well, Columbia released it as single, and presto it hit No. 1.

                                      It's also a well known fact that Mariah sort of "bought" some of her No. 1 singles (well, not on the literal sense). Her No. 1 singles were priced for as low as $0.49 cents. In fact, she is probably one of the reason why record companies stopped issuing commercial singles. After Columbia started pricing her singles at $0.49 cents, other labels soon follow, and later the singles marker became a loss market. This is one of the reasons why the singles market died.

                                      So next time you want to insult someone, get yourself educated before you start throwing chart figures and sales numbers.



                                      Originally posted by argentino78
                                      The reason of non commercial single availability is the same for other artists at that time, to persuade consumers to buy the album.
                                      No, no and no. Mariah was a singles artist. If that was the case, then no singles would have been released off "Rainbow". All 3 singles were released commercially.

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                                      • #44
                                        1 - "My all" peaked at #15 in Airplay. "Butterfly" at # 16. I don't see the difference, but for you the first one was an airplay success and the last one a flop. The sales from My all singles send the song to BB Hot 100 #1. The same could have happened to Butterfly.
                                        2 - How do you know neither "Butterfly" or "Forever" wouldn't have reached #1 in Singles Sales????? No one knows.
                                        3 - Take a look at what FliplovesMC said. That should be a valid reason for the singles releases issues.
                                        4 - I am not being rude, I just said your comment was stupid not that you are stupid...why so offended? You started calling Scariah instead of Mariah... to ask for respect you have to show it first. Case closed. No more explanations.

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                                        • #45
                                          Hi guys,

                                          Thanks for posting feedback on this discussion post.

                                          I have a couple of questions here
                                          Could someone post the year end Hot 100 airplay singles for each year of the 90s so that we can get an impression of which singles were big hits or not?

                                          Is there anyway of doing a interpretation (including airplay only) of which singles would have made the Hot 100 year end singles countdown for each year of the countdown especially for the 90s? It would be interesting to see where Jermaine Jackson's Tell Me I'm Not Dreaming and Madonna's Into The Groove would have landed as well? Lastly, I remember Madonna's Angel as being popular as well as Into The Groove especially in Australia.

                                          I remember some of these songs as being more popular than their chart position on the airplay charts i.e Tonic's If you Could See Me Now

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                                          • #46
                                            ...and I thought it was crystal clear that Tommy kinda sabotaged Mariah's carreer by not releasing more singles since "Daydream" + that they wanted to sell more albums

                                            Also, it was proved more than once that Mariah's want the only artist that had cheap singles, specially on Sony! It's also funny that before "Loverboy" went for 49 cents on Virgin, nobody had ever said that she "always sold her singles cheap". Btw, even the song that was #1 when "Loverboy" was #2 had singles for 79 cents if I remember correctly.
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                                            • #47
                                              Originally posted by AutomaticBR
                                              ...and I thought it was crystal clear that Tommy kinda sabotaged Mariah's carreer by not releasing more singles since "Daydream" + that they wanted to sell more albums

                                              Also, it was proved more than once that Mariah's want the only artist that had cheap singles, specially on Sony! It's also funny that before "Loverboy" went for 49 cents on Virgin, nobody had ever said that she "always sold her singles cheap". Btw, even the song that was #1 when "Loverboy" was #2 had singles for 79 cents if I remember correctly.
                                              Why I know (and have) Bootylicious is the one that prevented Loverboy from the top spot, I'll never tell anyone....Loverboy is a mediocre effort by Mariah, I'm kinda glad it didn't get to #1. Considering the songs she recorded after that, it's certainly a good thing that song didn't top the chart.
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                                              • #48
                                                Originally posted by FliplovesMC
                                                Originally posted by AutomaticBR
                                                ...and I thought it was crystal clear that Tommy kinda sabotaged Mariah's carreer by not releasing more singles since "Daydream" + that they wanted to sell more albums

                                                Also, it was proved more than once that Mariah's want the only artist that had cheap singles, specially on Sony! It's also funny that before "Loverboy" went for 49 cents on Virgin, nobody had ever said that she "always sold her singles cheap". Btw, even the song that was #1 when "Loverboy" was #2 had singles for 79 cents if I remember correctly.
                                                Why I know (and have) Bootylicious is the one that prevented Loverboy from the top spot, I'll never tell anyone....Loverboy is a mediocre effort by Mariah, I'm kinda glad it didn't get to #1. Considering the songs she recorded after that, it's certainly a good thing that song didn't top the chart.
                                                yes indeed.

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                                                • #49
                                                  As you see, the 90s was chock full of radio hits that were not commercially released. A lot of radio hits would have been top 10 or higher with a physical release- same goes for airplay-only hits of the late 90s and early 2000s.

                                                  RE "Into the Groove"- it did chart on Billboard's R&B chart (No. 19, her third-highest-peaking single there), but, supposedly, in 1985, 12-inch-only singles were not eligible to chart on the Hot 100 (they had been within the few years prior to that, mind you).

                                                  Aside from ITG's No. 6 peak on Radio & Records, it also spent six weeks at No. 1- with "Angel" charting separately- on Variety's Singles Sales chart (that compiled info from the top 25 markets). And, it finished No. 6 on that year-end chart. So, unlike some other airplay-only hits, this was available as a U.S. commercial single, and we can get a good idea of how it would have charted. It indeed would have peaked at least in the top 3, if not No. 1 on the Hot 100., at a time when everything else was commercially available and charting (or eligible to chart). Very few singles that hit No. 1 on Variety during the late 70s-mid-80s failed to hit No. 1 on Billboard.

                                                  Also, ITG peaked at No. 3 on the ARC Weekly Top 40, at Rock on the Net.

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                                                  • #50
                                                    Several songs entered into the Hot 100 in 5th of december's chart. For example:

                                                    Angel - Sarah MacLachlan
                                                    Angel Of Mine - Monica
                                                    Changes - 2Pac
                                                    Hold Me - Brian MacKnight
                                                    You Get What You Give - New Radicals
                                                    Rosa Parks - Outkast
                                                    Sweetest Thing - U2

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