yuvalzirler's 80's charts

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Postby yuvalzirler » Sat Dec 24, 2016 2:54 pm

12.6.1980
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1.Blondie-Call me (+2, 5 weeks)
2.J. Geils Band-Love stinks (=, 7 weeks)
3.Paul McCartney-Coming up (-2, 5 weeks, 1 week at the top)
4.Styx-Boat on the river (=, 10 weeks,4 weeks at the top)
5.Sky-Toccata (+2, 3 weeks)
6.Cliff Richard-Carrie (-1, 11 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
7.Queen-Save me (+1, 15 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
8.Elton John-Little Jeannie (+2, 2 weeks)
9.Ambrosia-Biggest aprt of me (new)-this band didn't really catch on in the UK. if you like yacht rock, give this song a listen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOm0Dq_kKNU
10.The Nolans-Attention to me (-4, 7 weeks)

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Brothers Johnson-Stomp (5 weeks, #7)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:20 pm

19.6.1980
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1.Blondie-Call me (=, 6 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
2.J. Geils Band-Love stinks (=, 8 weeks)
3.Sky-Toccata (+2, 4 weeks)
4.Paul McCartney-Coming up (-1, 6 weeks, 1 week at the top)
5.Styx-Boat on the river (-1, 11 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
6.Elton John-Little Jeannie (+2, 3 weeks)
7.Ambrosia-Biggest part of me (+2, 2 weeks)
8.Cliff RIchard-Carrie (-2, 12 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
9.Queen-Save me (-2, 16 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
10.The Nolans-Attention to me (=, 8 weeks)

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Postby yuvalzirler » Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:27 pm

26.6.1980
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1.Sky-Toccata (+2, 5 weeks)
2.Blondie-Call me (-1, 7 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
3.J. Geils Band-Love stinks (-1, 9 weeks)
4.Elton John-Little Jeannie (+2, 4 weeks)
5.Paul McCartney-Coming up (-1, 7 weeks, 1 week at the top)
6.Styx-Boat on the river (-1, 12 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
7.Cliff Richard-Carrie (+1, 13 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
8.Ambrosia-Biggest part of me (-1, 3 weeks)
9.Kate Bush-Babooshka (new)-One of Kate's most popular songs. She looks kind of scary but she's still a genius
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ot3cVY1JESQ
10.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (new)-A wonderful reggae classic.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm7muPjevik

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Queen-Save me (16 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
The Nolans-Attention to me (8 weeks, #4)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Sun Jan 01, 2017 5:31 pm

3.7.1980
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1.Sky-Toccata (=, 6 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
2.Elton John-Little Jeannie (+2, 5 weeks)
3.Blondie-Call me (-1, 8 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
4.J. Geils Band-Love stinks (-1, 10 weeks)
5.Styx-Boat on the river (+1, 13 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
6.Paul McCartney-Coming up (-1, 8 weeks, 1 week at the top)
7.Kate Bush-Babooshka (+2, 2 weeks)
8.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (+2, 2 weeks)
9.Cliff Richard-Carrie (-2, 14 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
10.Ambrosia-Biggest part of me (-2, 4 weeks)

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Postby yuvalzirler » Fri Jan 13, 2017 1:42 pm

10.7.1980
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1.Elton John-Little Jeannie (+1, 6 weeks)
2.Blondie-Call me (+1, 9 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
3.Sky-Toccata (-2, 7 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
4.Kate Bush-Babooshka (+3, 3 weeks)
5.Styx-Boat on the river (=, 14 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
6.J. Geils Band-Love stinks (-2, 11 weeks)
7.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (+1, 3 weeks)
8.Paul McCartney-Coming up (-2, 9 weeks, 1 week at the top)
9.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (new)-#1 in Israel. Did you know that in the end there are the letters "ELO" in morse code?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CR8DMFfFs8
10.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (new)-One of my favorite singers. This song criticizes the music industry and how musicians are pressured to remain hip.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eAQa4MOGkE

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Cliff Richard-Carrie (14 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
Ambrosia-Biggest part of me (4 weeks, #7)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Fri Jan 13, 2017 2:10 pm

17.7.1980
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1.Elton John-Little Jeannie (=, 7 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
2.Blondie-Call me (=, 10 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
3.Kate Bush-Babooshka (+1, 4 weeks)
4.Sky-Toccata (-1, 8 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
5.Styx-Boat on the river (=, 15 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
6.Bob Marley-COuld you be loved (+1, 4 weeks)
7.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (+3, 2 weeks)
8.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (+1, 2 weeks)
9.The Korgis-Everybody's got to learn sometimes (new)-The 80's had some wonderful ballads.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOqXy64-hTw
10.Carole King-One fine day (new)-She wrote the song for The Chiffons in 1963 and sang it herself 17 years later. I'm not such a big fan of Carole King but I'll have to admit that this is a really fun listen.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYueUekxZNU

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Paul McCartney-Coming up (9 weeks, 1 week at the top)
J. Geils Band-Love stinks (11 weeks, #2)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Thu Apr 06, 2017 2:50 pm

24.7.1980
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1.Elton John=Little Jeannie (=, 8 weeks, 3 weeks at the top)
2.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (+5, 3 weeks)
3.Kate Bush-Babooshka (=, 5 weeks)
4.The Korgis-Everybody's got to learn sometimes (+5, 2 weeks)
5.Carole King-One fine day (+5, 2 weeks)
6.Blondie-Call me (-4, 11 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
7.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (+1, 3 weeks)
8.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (-2, 5 weeks)
9.Queen-Play the game (new)-Not one of Queen's finest works in my opinion but a great song non the less.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_5O-nUiZ_0
10.The Manhattans-Shining star (new)-The Manhattans were a R&B group that also had a big hit with "Kiss and say goodbye" back in 1976.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4vlthJImVw

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Styx-Boat on the river (15 weeks, 4 weeks at the top)
Sky-Toccata (8 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Thu Apr 06, 2017 2:57 pm

31.7.1980
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1.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (+1, 4 weeks)
2.Elton John-Little Jeannie (-1, 9 weeks, 3 weeks at the top)
3.The Korgis-Everybody's got to learn sometimes (+1, 3 weeks)
4.Carole King-One fine day (+1, 3 weeks)
5.Queen-Play the game (+4, 2 weeks)
6.Kate Bush-Babooshka (-3, 6 weeks)
7.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (=, 4 weeks)
8.Blondie-Call me (-2, 12 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
9.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (-1, 6 weeks)
10.The Manhattans-Shining star (=, 2 weeks)

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Postby yuvalzirler » Thu Apr 06, 2017 3:15 pm

7.8.1980
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1.The Korgis-Everybody's got to learn sometimes (+2, 4 weeks)
2.Queen-Play the game (+3, 3 weeks)
3.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (-2, 5 weeks, 1 week at the top)
4.Elton John-Little Jeannie (-2, 10 weeks, 3 weeks at the top)
5.Carole King-One fine day (-1, 4 weeks)
6.Kate Bush-Babooshka (=, 7 weeks)
7.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (=, 5 weeks)
8.ABBA-The winner takes it all (new)-one of ABBA's most well-known singles if not the most famous. A wonderful ballad that is still heard a lot today.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92cwKCU8Z5c
9.Sheena Easton-9 to 5 (new)-It's funny how there were two famous 80's songs with that name-Dolly Parton's song which was a feminist anthem and Sheena Easton's song, which...wasn't. still a good song.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8hbnFqe8aw
10.Bob Marley-Could you be loved (-1, 7 weeks)

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The Manhattans-Shining star (2 weeks, #10)
Blondie-Call me (12 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
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Postby yuvalzirler » Wed Apr 12, 2017 1:18 pm

14.8.1980
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1.The Korgis-Everybody's got to learn sometimes (=, 5 weeks, 2 weeks at the top)
2.Queen-Play the game (=, 4 weeks)
3.Sheena Easton-9 to 5 (+6, 2 weeks)
4.Billy Joel-It's still rock and roll to me (-1, 6 weeks, 1 week at the top)
5.Carole King-One fine day (=, 5 weeks)
6.Elton John-Little Jeannie (-2, 11 weeks, 3 weeks at the top)
7.ABBA-The winner takes it all (+1, 2 weeks)
8.David Bowie-Ashes to ashes (new)-A reference to his first hit, "Space oddity". This time Major Tom's a junkie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMThz7eQ6K0
9.Electric Light Orchestra-I'm alive (-2, 6 weeks)
10.Christopher Cross-Sailing (new)-If you're wondering why this song's sound is so good compared to other stuff recorded at that time, that's because the album this song was on was the first album to be recorded digitally.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyYhZ9HH8cI

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Bob Marley-Could you be loved (7 weeks, #6)
Kate Bush-Babooshka (7 weeks, #3)
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