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Postby navi » Wed Dec 16, 2015 9:06 am

I'm gonna finish with the remaining 8 weeks of my real-time charts from 1995/6 here until the New Year and then move to the another forum. Haven't decided yet: here or here. There's no sense to stay at the personal charts forum without the personal chart. :lol:
Is this a definitive decision?
Not sure if i like this.
I would stay here and continue as usual (copy paste 20 years ago chart),
but it's up to you.
Personaly, i am thinking for some time about how to collect all of my charts from Retro in one place.
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Postby andrej » Wed Dec 16, 2015 6:22 pm

Undercover wrote:
I'm gonna finish with the remaining 8 weeks of my real-time charts from 1995/6 here until the New Year and then move to the another forum. Haven't decided yet: here or here. There's no sense to stay at the personal charts forum without the personal chart. :lol:
Will miss you very much here. :cry: Just wonder what stops you from making personal charts? You're perfect at digging astounding new music and you spend a lot of time on this everyday. So just put those songs in the right order and that's it. :wink:
I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.
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Postby Undercover » Wed Dec 16, 2015 10:14 pm

Guys, I'm not going far, just to the another page. Most likely it will be Rock/Alternative forum. Hope it will be not too hard for you to visit me there. :)

Don't have enough time (and desire) to make the current charts. Surfing thru the music blogs takes a lot of time, personal Top 40 or 50 would be too hard for me. Andrei, your charts represents all the best that is going in music, navi, your retro charts are pure brilliance with loads of unknown gems, so let's do what we do best. To each his own. :)

As Christmas is approaching, less and less music news are published on music blogs. From my experience I know that the remaining 10 days before the New Year will be almost completely empty.

New discoveries, December 16

“Make It Break” has a completely satisfying Interpol vibe as it kicks off with a pulsing robotic drum beat. When singer Keith Beshwate’s slightly drawn out vocal enters the mix the comparison is confirmed. The track keeps its even pace and tone throughout and delivers an edge of intensity. (The Fire Note)
Ghosts In Pocket - Make It Break
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Postby andrej » Thu Dec 17, 2015 3:33 am

navi wrote:
Personaly, i am thinking for some time about how to collect all of my charts from Retro in one place.
Making a thread like this would be the best choice I suppose. :wink:
I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.
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Postby navi » Thu Dec 17, 2015 2:01 pm

Undercover wrote:
Don't have enough time (and desire) to make the current charts. Surfing thru the music blogs takes a lot of time, personal Top 40 or 50 would be too hard for me. Andrei, your charts represents all the best that is going in music, navi, your retro charts are pure brilliance with loads of unknown gems, so let's do what we do best. To each his own. :)
Thanks 8-)
Regardless of this i'll vote for you in UKMIX Favorite Members Countdown | VOTE - 8 days left :wink:
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Postby Undercover » Sat Dec 19, 2015 10:24 pm

andrej wrote:Regardless of this i'll vote for you in UKMIX Favorite Members Countdown | VOTE - 8 days left :wink:
Thanks. That is done already. :)

New discoveries, December 19

'Doesn't Kill You' is a brooding yet patiently anthemic cut. (Clash Magazine)
Anchoress - Doesn't Kill You

James Howard and Ursula Russell, formerly of bands Fiction and Drop Out Venus, have come together for Blue House. They're partial to paying little attention to what's going on in the world, musically speaking that is. Maybe this is why "Hot Air Balloons" is full of '90s nostalgia.
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Blue House - Hot Air Balloons

London trio have just finished up recording a brand new album, signing on to work with HHBTM for the release of Crystal Cafe. Think of angular female-fronted punk/post-punk, along the lines of Grass Widow…with a slightly more pop-centric focus. (Austin Town Hall)
Witching Waves - Twister
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Postby navi » Mon Dec 21, 2015 12:53 pm

In normal situation two of these three probably won't be in your new discoveries
Witching Waves - Twister stand out
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Postby Undercover » Mon Dec 21, 2015 8:57 pm

navi wrote:In normal situation two of these three probably won't be in your new discoveries
Be sure, I would have posted them in any case. Class songs, that respectively reminds me of Pretenders and ... let's say Beck. :)

I see, you need some TNT for your brains at this quiet pre-Christmas time. Well, Them Things are ready to massacre your brain cells. :lol:

A pungent and eccentric track which bursts forth with Bryan Ferry influenced vocals and relentless percussion, it sees the band combine the raw power of mid 70’s punk with an incredibly anthemic hook. Ambitious and adventurous throughout, it’s sure to titillate those who are awaiting their debut album with eagerness. (Tenement TV)
Telegram - Taffy Come Home

“Mythomania” hits hard and heavy. Guitars boom out from the depth of a ’70s metal vinyl bin, the whole thing drenched in reverb that ages the psych rock stomper by decades. There’s a crispness to Jack Golightly’s drum pounding and Louis Adams’ shouting voice that cracks like a whip on fire right into your chest. You’re not quite sure if you should be enjoying the ride or running in terror, and that’s actually a feeling reflected in the track’s video. (Consequence Of Sound)
Them Things - Mythomania

24 December - 30 December 1995, Week 52 (688)

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01 01 04 Pulp - Disco 2000
02 03 03 Menswear - Sleeping In
03 02 05 Cardigans - Carnival
04 06 03 Beatles - Free As A Bird
05 05 04 Prince - Gold
06 07 03 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
07 04 06 Blur - The Universal
08 14 02 Levellers - Just The One
09 09 06 Whale - Hobo Humpin Slobo Babe
10 08 05 Passengers - Miss Sarajevo
11 10 04 Morrissey - The Boy Racer
12 17 02 Queen - A Winter's Tale
13 13 04 Faithless - Insomnia
14 19 02 Morrissey - Sunny
15 11 05 David Bowie - Strangers When We Meet
16 12 06 Björk - It's Oh So Quiet
17 20 02 Lenny Kravitz - Circus
18 15 08 Electrafixion - Never
19 18 03 Simply Red - Remembering The First Time
20 16 08 Oasis - Wonderwall

Albums of the week

Orphan Boy - Coastal Tones
Vera Violets - Six
Windhand - Grief’s Infernal Flower

navi wrote:Regardless of this i'll vote for you in UKMIX Favorite Members Countdown
Somehow I can't find your name on the list :wink:. It seems that we're gonna flop this year, as andrej shows no interest and heppolo has locked himself. :)
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Postby navi » Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:36 am

navi wrote:Regardless of this i'll vote for you in UKMIX Favorite Members Countdown
Somehow I can't find your name on the list :wink:.
voted today
It seems that we're gonna flop this year, as andrej shows no interest and heppolo has locked himself. :)
did you ask andrej, he may vote at the last minute
i think heppolo didn't vote last year either
edit. Check, he did vote last year (but maybe not for us)
anyway i pm-ed to Lars to save him and ask toni-pest to postponed deadline :wink: :lol:

I see, you need some TNT for your brains at this quiet pre-Christmas time. Well, Them Things are ready to massacre your brain cells. :lol:
a sight for sore ears
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Postby Undercover » Wed Dec 23, 2015 6:29 pm

31 December 1995 - 6 January 1996, Week 1 (689)

TW LW W

01 01 05 Pulp - Disco 2000
02 02 04 Menswear - Sleeping In
03 03 06 Cardigans - Carnival
04 06 04 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
05 08 03 Levellers - Just The One
06 05 05 Prince - Gold
07 04 04 Beatles - Free As A Bird
08 ---- 01 Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
09 07 07 Blur - The Universal
10 09 07 Whale - Hobo Humpin Slobo Babe
11 10 06 Passengers - Miss Sarajevo
12 12 03 Queen - A Winter's Tale
13 14 03 Morrissey - Sunny
14 13 05 Faithless - Insomnia
15 ---- 01 Madonna - Oh Father
16 ---- 01 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
17 17 03 Lenny Kravitz - Circus
18 ---- 01 Auteurs - Unsolved Child Murder
19 ---- 01 Dreadzone - Little Britain
20 ---- 01 Green Day - Stuck With Me
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Postby heppolo » Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:07 pm

A lot of things to catch on, I like Witch Wives the most of the recent pack
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Postby Undercover » Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:27 pm

Glad to see you back, heppolo :D . I have already started to fear that my vote for you will go to waste. :lol:

7 January - 13 January 1996, Week 2 (690)

01 08 02 Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
02 01 06 Pulp - Disco 2000
03 04 05 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
04 02 05 Menswear - Sleeping In
05 05 04 Levellers - Just The One
06 03 07 Cardigans - Carnival
07 06 06 Prince - Gold
08 16 02 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
09 07 05 Beatles - Free As A Bird
10 09 08 Blur - The Universal
11 15 02 Madonna - Oh Father
12 18 02 Auteurs - Unsolved Child Murder
13 10 08 Whale - Hobo Humpin Slobo Babe
14 ---- 01 Nick Heyward - Rollerblade
15 19 02 Dreadzone - Little Britain
16 12 04 Queen - A Winter's Tale
17 20 02 Green Day - Stuck With Me
18 ---- 01 Live - Lightning Crashes
19 13 04 Morrissey - Sunny
20 14 06 Faithless - Insomnia
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Postby heppolo » Fri Dec 25, 2015 9:09 pm

Lump is quite a bouncy and fun song
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Postby Undercover » Sat Dec 26, 2015 9:48 pm

heppolo wrote:Lump is quite a bouncy and fun song
Yeah, but today I doubt whether this was worth even Top 5... :)

14 January - 20 January 1996, Week 3 (691)

TW LW W

01 ---- 01 Cast - Sandstorm
02 01 03 Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
03 03 06 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
04 02 07 Pulp - Disco 2000
05 08 03 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
06 05 05 Levellers - Just The One
07 04 06 Menswear - Sleeping In
08 ---- 01 Rembrandts - This House Is Not A Home
09 07 07 Prince - Gold
10 ---- 01 Lush - Single Girl
11 14 02 Nick Heyward - Rollerblade
12 06 08 Cardigans - Carnival
13 11 03 Madonna - Oh Father
14 ---- 01 Human League - Stay With Me Tonight
15 18 02 Live - Lightning Crashes
16 12 03 Auteurs - Unsolved Child Murder
17 ---- 01 George Michael - Jesus To A Child
18 09 06 Beatles - Free As A Bird
19 ---- 01 Leftfield - Release The Pressure
20 ---- 01 Frank Black - Men In Black
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Postby Undercover » Sun Dec 27, 2015 2:18 pm

21 January - 27 January 1996, Week 4 (692)

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01 01 02 Cast - Sandstorm
02 ---- 01 Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
03 ---- 01 Shed Seven - Getting Better
04 ---- 01 Skunk Anansie - Weak
05 02 04 Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
06 05 04 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
07 08 02 Rembrandts - This House Is Not A Home
08 03 07 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
09 06 06 Levellers - Just The One
10 10 02 Lush - Single Girl
11 04 08 Pulp - Disco 2000
12 14 02 Human League - Stay With Me Tonight
13 ---- 01 Rocket From The Crypt - Born In '69
14 17 02 George Michael - Jesus To A Child
15 07 07 Menswear - Sleeping In
16 19 02 Leftfield - Release The Pressure
17 ---- 01 Chemical Brothers - Loops Of Fury
18 11 03 Nick Heyward - Rollerblade
19 09 08 Prince - Gold
20 ---- 01 Saw Doctors - World Of Good
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Postby heppolo » Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:50 pm

I loved "Spaceman" despite mass opinion usually thrashing it.
The whole "The Boy With X-Ray Eyes" album is very good considering it's basically a one-man band
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Postby Undercover » Mon Dec 28, 2015 7:38 pm

heppolo wrote:I loved "Spaceman" despite mass opinion usually thrashing it.
The whole "The Boy With X-Ray Eyes" album is very good considering it's basically a one-man band
Same here. Inside my heart I felt that some sort of fraud is hidden in this track. And yet was not able to resist. :lol:

28 January - 3 February 1996, Week 5 (693)

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01 03 02 Shed Seven - Getting Better
02 02 02 Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
03 01 03 Cast - Sandstorm
04 04 02 Skunk Anansie - Weak
05 ---- 01 Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
06 ---- 01 Bluetones - Slight Return
07 13 02 Rocket From The Crypt - Born In '69
08 ---- 01 Whipping Boy - When We Were Young
09 07 03 Rembrandts - This House Is Not A Home
10 06 05 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
11 05 05 Presidents Of The United States Of America - Lump
12 10 03 Lush - Single Girl
13 ---- 01 60ft Dolls - Stay
14 09 07 Levellers - Just The One
15 ---- 01 Northern Uproar - From A Window
16 20 02 Saw Doctors - World Of Good
17 08 08 Pearl Jam - I Got Id
18 ---- 01 Catatonia - Sweet Catatonia
19 12 03 Human League - Stay With Me Tonight
20 16 03 Leftfield - Release The Pressure

Albums of the week

Girls Names - Arms Around A Vision
Protomartyr - The Agent Intellect
Sheepdogs - Future Nostalgia
Stone Foxes - Twelve Spells

New discoveries 28 December

‘Chasing the Tail of a Dream’ has been greatly anticipated and with its unapologetic presence and signature edge that The Coral brings, it does not disappoint. The twists and turns of the track create a hypnotic melody with the constant beat of the drums and the darker much more blues edge to the guitar riffs revealing a new facet of music from The Coral. The keyboard aspect adds a dimension to the track which completes the melody by fading back and forth into the foreground. (The Indiependent)
Coral - Chasing The Tail Of A Dream

"Sword And Shield" has got that rolling indiepop feel, with just a touch of jangling, a traveling drum beat and a really pleasant female vocal. (Austin Town Hall)
Palms On Fire - Sword And Shield
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Postby navi » Tue Dec 29, 2015 11:45 am

Undercover wrote:
heppolo wrote:Lump is quite a bouncy and fun song
Yeah, but today I doubt whether this was worth even Top 5... :)
Don't be so strict,
agree with heppolo, still sounds fresh and fun.

28 January - 3 February 1996, Week 5 (693)
is this the last one?
Are you going to continue to post a (new) charts in 20 years ago.
# 1-8 are all aces, you won't have to add/change much.

Coral - Chasing The Tail Of A Dream 8-)
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Postby Undercover » Tue Dec 29, 2015 8:20 pm

navi wrote: 28 January - 3 February 1996, Week 5 (693)

is this the last one?
Are you going to continue to post a (new) charts in 20 years ago.
# 1-8 are all aces, you won't have to add/change much.
2 had remained. After that I'm gonna continue with a Top 30 on the "Twenty Years Gone" Retro topic. Simultaneously will continue to post my retro carts here. New music moves to Rock/Alternative forum. :)

4 February - 10 February 1996, Week 6 (694)

TW LW W

01 05 02 Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
02 01 03 Shed Seven - Getting Better
03 06 02 Bluetones - Slight Return
04 02 03 Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
05 04 03 Skunk Anansie - Weak
06 03 04 Cast - Sandstorm
07 07 03 Rocket From The Crypt - Born In '69
08 08 02 Whipping Boy - When We Were Young
09 ---- 01 Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
10 13 02 60ft Dolls - Stay
11 ---- 01 Heavy Stereo - Chinese Burn
12 09 04 Rembrandts - This House Is Not A Home
13 18 02 Catatonia - Sweet Catatonia
14 15 02 Northern Uproar - From A Window[/
15 12 04 Lush - Single Girl
16 ---- 01 Joan Osborne - One Of Us
17 10 06 Dubstar - Not So Manic Now
18 ---- 01 Alice In Chains - Heaven Beside You
19 ---- 01 Gin Blossoms - Til I Hear It From You
20 16 03 Saw Doctors - World Of Good

1 had remained. :)

New discoveries, 29 December

Featuring members of cultish post-rockers For a Minor Reflection, Icelandic punks Tófa hints at the internal chaos wrought by being conned into making appearance alone your mealticket to acceptance. They seem to have oozed from the same dank, festering space as Dilly Dally (they were actually inspired to form by Perfect Pussy), and weave in the odd deranged Cramps-style vamp to push the song through its suite-like state: destruction into confusion into despair. (Pitchfork)
Tófa - Hoof
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Postby heppolo » Tue Dec 29, 2015 9:30 pm

In my opinion this was the peak of Radiohead,
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Postby Undercover » Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:09 pm

heppolo wrote:In my opinion this was the peak of Radiohead.
Imo, their peak was OK Computer.

So, there's my final personal real-time chart, compiled in 1996.

11 February - 17 February 1996, Week 7 (695)

TW LW W

01 01 03 Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
02 03 03 Bluetones - Slight Return
03 --- 01 Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song
04 09 02 Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
05 02 04 Shed Seven - Getting Better
06 04 04 Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
07 10 03 60ft Dolls - Stay
08 11 02 Heavy Stereo - Chinese Burn
09 ---- 01 Longpigs - Far
10 08 03 Whipping Boy - When We Were Young
11 05 04 Skunk Anansie - Weak
12 07 04 Rocket From The Crypt - Born In '69
13 06 05 Cast - Sandstorm
14 ---- 01 Red Hot Chili Peppers - Aeroplane
15 18 02 Alice In Chains - Heaven Beside You
16 19 02 Gin Blossoms - Til I Hear It From You
17 --- 01 Cardigans - Rise And Shine
18 13 03 Catatonia - Sweet Catatonia
19 ---- 01 Cypress Hill - Illusions
20 14 03 Northern Uproar - From A Window

After this I almost stopped listening to music nearly for... 5 years. Reasons? Divorce, new family, new home, new interests. But the main reason, imo, was this. I was 33.5 in February 1996.

Approximately in 2001 I bought my first PC and began to listen to my favourite tunes of my youth (late 70's - early 90's). This continued up to the Summer of 2002, when I listened to the UK Top 40 singles chart for the first time in 6.5 years. (I guess it was the beginning of my menopause :lol: ). Within a few years it grew up to the Top 75. In the late noughties, when the guitar music suddenly vanished off the charts, I began to surf thru the music blogs. This continues till now. This is my story. :)

Tomorrow (or on the 1st of January) I'm gonna post here my Top 30 personal chart, dated 18 - 24 February, 1996. Currently compiling this and very curious, what will I get. :P

New discoveries, 30 December

Liverpool lads Circa Waves are topping off their year with ‘Something Like You’, a one-off charity single. The track was originally written by Michael Head and the Strands in 1997. Circa Waves’ rendition is a stripped back number that builds into dreamy expansiveness. (DIY Magazine)
Circa Waves - Something Like You
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Postby heppolo » Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:35 pm

Undercover wrote:
heppolo wrote:In my opinion this was the peak of Radiohead.
Imo, their peak was OK Computer.
I'd say OK Computer was a tiny bit overrated, to me it sounded a bit boring after a few listens.
Catatonia and Northern Uproar both for me didn't stand the test of time :)
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Postby navi » Thu Dec 31, 2015 10:28 am

Undercover wrote:After this I almost stopped listening to music nearly for... 5 years. Reasons? Divorce, new family, new home, new interests. But the main reason, imo, was this. I was 33.5 in February 1996.
Never gave up on listening to the new (alternative music), only stop compiling my weekly chart.
In fact, in the mid 90's a great influx of music magazines comes to Croatian market, (on which i spend too much money :roll: )
NME of course, Uncut, AP (alternative press), Raygun (a great designed LA monthly alt music magazine),

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most of them i preserved in my library (takes up too much space, collecting dust and so on :lol: )

Approximately in 2001 I bought my first PC and began to listen to my favourite tunes of my youth (late 70's - early 90's). This continued up to the Summer of 2002, when I listened to the UK Top 40 singles chart for the first time in 6.5 years. (I guess it was the beginning of my menopause :lol: ). Within a few years it grew up to the Top 75. In the late noughties, when the guitar music suddenly vanished off the charts, I began to surf thru the music blogs. This continues till now. This is my story. :)
Glad that you come to your mind,
what would i do without you now here :wink:

Tomorrow (or on the 1st of January) I'm gonna post here my Top 30 personal chart, dated 18 - 24 February, 1996. Currently compiling this and very curious, what will I get. :P
Already? what's the hurry?
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Postby Undercover » Fri Jan 01, 2016 12:44 pm

heppolo wrote:Catatonia and Northern Uproar both for me didn't stand the test of time :)
I discovered Catatonia or Placebo only in the noughties :lol: :oops:. Both great, Catatonia's Road Rage is a masterpiece. :)

navi wrote:what would i do without you now here :wink:
What would i do without you, guys, here? 8-)

navi wrote:Already? what's the hurry?
Just 1 post- real-time era chart. :)

18 February - 24 February 1996, Week 8 (696)

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01 04 03 Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
02 03 02 Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song
03 01 04 Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
04 02 04 Bluetones - Slight Return
05 09 02 Longpigs - Far
06 ---- 01 Placebo - Come Home
07 08 03 Heavy Stereo - Chinese Burn
08 ---- 01 Bjork - Hyperballad
09 07 04 60ft Dolls - Stay
10 05 05 Shed Seven - Getting Better
11 14 02 Red Hot Chili Peppers - Aeroplane
12 ---- 01 Fluffy - Husband
13 17 02 Cardigans - Rise And Shine
14 ---- 01 Ride - Black Nite Crash
15 06 05 Babylon Zoo - Spaceman
16 10 04 Whipping Boy - When We Were Young
17 19 02 Cypress Hill - Illusions
18 ---- 01 Girls Against Boys - Super-Fire
19 11 05 Skunk Anansie - Weak
20 ---- 01 Blur - Stereotypes
21 ---- 01 Wannadies - How Does It Feel?
22 12 05 Rocket From The Crypt - Born In '69
23 15 03 Alice In Chains - Heaven Beside You
24 16 03 Gin Blossoms - Til I Hear It From You
25 ---- 01 Fall - The Chiselers
26 13 06 Cast - Sandstorm
27 ---- 01 Honeycrack - Go Away
28 ---- 01 Ruby - Tiny Meat
29 ---- 01 Auteurs - Light Aircraft On Fire
30 ---- 01 Perfume - Haven't Seen You
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Postby navi » Sat Jan 02, 2016 11:31 am

Awesome
This could be my chart for that week.
OK, not entirely :wink: :lol: Fluffy, Ride, Girls against boys higher, Placebo - lower.
(You'll see in a few weeks)
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