Top 1000 Singles and Albums of the 2000s: Complete

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Postby Dalmatin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:32 am

so those of you who care probably already checked out top 100s of most selling singles and albums of the decade, so if all you care about is exact sales data, this won't be for you.
my charts are based on the same method Matthew is using for his artists chart of the decade, i.e. basing on the chart runs, with more or less simple system of awarding a #75 with 1 point, #74 with 2 points, etc. with a few complications. it is known as ChartWatch system. and some of you will obviously know more about it then myself, since I suck at maths.

these charts don't mean that much, but it's a good way to remember the biggest hits of the decade, isn't it?

so... I'm asking for your opinion now. should I post these charts? or is it better not to bother? will you, the UKMix gang, be interested in reading them? it's just quite time consuming and I don't want to waste the effort for nothing. I'll be glad to present the charts though.
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Postby Benjamin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:30 pm

Do it :) It'd be very interesting I think!
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Postby aishawch » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:32 pm

Do it Misha! Interesting to see your rock taste.I'm just to lazy to do one!
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Postby Crazy4Brit » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:34 pm

Yes do it! :D
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Postby Dalmatin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:35 pm

aishawch wrote:Do it Misha! Interesting to see your rock taste.I'm just to lazy to do one!
correction: this is not MY taste :wink: it is based on the UK charts
my OWN decade-end charts will start soon too, in Personal Charts

well, I'm glad that there was a good response... will start posting today :D
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Postby aishawch » Fri Jan 15, 2010 2:37 pm

Dalmatin wrote:
aishawch wrote:Do it Misha! Interesting to see your rock taste.I'm just to lazy to do one!
correction: this is not MY taste :wink: it is based on the UK charts
my OWN decade-end charts will start soon too, in Personal Charts

well, I'm glad that there was a good response... will start posting today :D
:lol: :lol: Sorry.
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Postby Blondini » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:32 pm

You may as well, it would sit alongside Matthew's list perfectly.
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Postby irishguy28 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:46 pm

I'd be very surprised if someone hasn't already started this - or even already completed it - even someone on this site!

As part of his work on ChartsPlus, kingofskiffle has already posted some interesting observations on the weeks on chart (both albums and singles, for individual titles and for artists) and highest climbers and fallers of the decade. Before investing a lot of time and effort into this process - perhaps you may want to enquire if this has not already been done...
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Postby FreakyFlyBry » Fri Jan 15, 2010 4:46 pm

I'm definitely interested... bring it on :D
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Postby Dalmatin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:19 pm

irishguy28 wrote:I'd be very surprised if someone hasn't already started this - or even already completed it - even someone on this site!

As part of his work on ChartsPlus, kingofskiffle has already posted some interesting observations on the weeks on chart (both albums and singles, for individual titles and for artists) and highest climbers and fallers of the decade. Before investing a lot of time and effort into this process - perhaps you may want to enquire if this has not already been done...
well, I'm sure that Lonnie (kingofskiffle) can do it if he wants to and it's pretty obvious that he posted some of that info somewhere, but I doubt he'd bother with an entire top 1000 posted anywhere. I'll check with him anyway.
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Postby kingofskiffle » Fri Jan 15, 2010 8:16 pm

Well, I say go for it. I don't go down the road of points based calculations in ChartsPlus because, simply, everybody has there own system. Do you use inverse points (75 points for a #1 and so on) or something else? Factor in the possible average sales? Whatever points system I use is personal to me - so what I try and do in CP is something that everybody can relate to.

So yeah, go for it.
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Postby summer » Fri Jan 15, 2010 8:21 pm

Crazy4Brit wrote:Yes do it! :D
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Postby FutureMan » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:24 pm

JustForMe wrote:
Crazy4Brit wrote:Yes do it! :D
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Postby Dalmatin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:27 pm

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1000 Hard-Fi - Cash Machine
entry date: 07/01/2006
peak: 14
weeks in top 75: 12


We open with not the biggest, but certainly the most trademark Hard-Fi single. It also happens to be their only top 1000 entry.

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999 Pharrell Williams featuring Jay-Z - Frontin'
entry date: 16/08/2003
peak: 6
weeks in top 75: 10


First ever "solo" single for Pharrell, which wasn't a guest spot or as part of NERD. The following year it was covered by Jamie Cullum, who took his version into top 15.

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998 Chicane - Poppiholla
entry date: 25/07/2009
peak: 7
weeks in top 75: 9


Last year's comeback single from Chicane, who dared and succeeded in "electronising" the underground heroes that are Sigur Ros.

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997 Five - Closer To Me
entry date: 03/11/2001
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 12


One of only 3 Five singles to be released in the Noughties and the farewell ballad from the guys. Most of them we did see for the last time.

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996 Alice Deejay - Will I Ever
entry date: 15/07/2000
peak: 7
weeks in top 75: 10


The "proto-Cascada" of 1999-2000 and their 3rd top 10 single in a row, they had two more top 20 entries and that was it.

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995 Alcazar - Crying At The Discoteque
entry date: 08/12/2001
peak: 13
weeks in top 75: 11


Swedish group assembled by the guy who unleashed Army Of Lovers into the world and their biggest hit, sampling Sheila B. Devotion's "Spacer" from 1979.

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994 Liberty X - Song 4 Lovers
entry date: 08/10/2005
peak: 5
weeks in top 75: 9


Liberty X faced some troubles with their 2nd album and returning for the third was a brave move, but they still managed a top 5 hit out of it, not without the help of a certain Rev Run of the Run-DMC fame.

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993 Cascada - Miracle
entry date: 17/02/2007
peak: 8
weeks in top 75: 12


The song famous for lines like "you cheated on me from behind" was the third top 10 hit for Cascada in a row and their first entirely original number.

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992 OutKast featuring Sleepy Brown - The Way You Move
entry date: 03/04/2004
peak: 7
weeks in top 75: 10


From the Big Boi's half of the duo's double album came this single, which challenged "Hey Ya!" for #1 in States, but wasn't quite as famous in the UK.

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991 Madonna - American Life
entry date: 19/04/2003
peak: 2
weeks in top 75: 12


First of numerous Madonna entries and the one she got laughed at for - a lot. Did she deserve it? This placing might give you a clue.

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990 The Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get It Started
entry date: 10/07/2004
peak: 11
weeks in top 75: 10


4th single off "Elephunk", the album that turned them into superstars. Originally titled "Let's Get Retarded", and, arguably, that's exactly what they did after that. [/end of personal opinion]

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989 Da Muttz - Wassuup!
entry date: 09/12/2000
peak: 11
weeks in top 75: 10


The fact that at least one of the two "wassuup" hits made it into top 1000 proves just how popular that Budweiser ad was 10 years ago. So, yeah... WAZZUP?

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988 The Script - We Cry
entry date: 03/05/2008
peak: 15
weeks in top 75: 15


The first chapter in the story of the Script's success was this #15 hit, which is clearly here because it had a second wind of success when they became big.

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987 Santana featuring The Product G&B - Maria Maria
entry date: 05/08/2000
peak: 6
weeks in top 75: 9


While Santana's revival only lasted for two top 10 UK hits, they were both quite solid, which this entry nicely proves. The Product G&B were the proteges of Wyclef Jean, who produced this song.

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986 Jessica Simpson - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
entry date: 10/09/2005
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 10


This cover of the Nancy Sinatra novelty classic was recorded for "The Dukes Of Hazzard" film, in which Ms Simpson co-starred. None of those two revivals were really good. The only top 1000 entry for Jessica and none for Ashley. That's a shame.

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985 Jurgen Vries featuring CMC - The Opera Song (Brave New World)
entry date: 01/02/2003
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 10


AKA Darren Tate featuring Charlotte Church. One of many monikers for the famous trance producer and the first true claim for pop fame for then barely 17 Charlotte.

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984 Jamiroquai - Little L
entry date: 25/08/2001
peak: 5
weeks in top 75: 11


Through the decade Jay Kay just kept doing his thing - the same thing he was doing in mid-nineties. Somehow he still managed to get genuine hits out of it. However, this is his only entry.

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983 Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
entry date: 24/01/2004
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 9


Shocked? Well, don't be. For all the bang it came with, it only lasted 9 weeks on chart, despite the quickly gained classic status. It is also their sole appearance in top 1000.

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982 Jack Peñate - Torn On The Platform
entry date: 30/06/2007
peak: 7
weeks in top 75: 10


Jack emerged in 2007 and, while demonstrating some promise with this top 10 hit, never managed to come close to having another top 10 entry, so, obviously, it's his only entry.

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981 Shaznay Lewis - Never Felt Like This Before
entry date: 17/07/2004
peak: 8
weeks in top 75: 10


Well, if anything, she's lucky to be here, because Appleton are not. The only top 10 (and top 40) hit the All Saints girl got from her blink-and-you'll-miss-it solo career.


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1000 Travis - 12 Memories [2003]
0999 The Jam - The Sound Of [2002]
0998 Andy Abraham - The Impossible Dream [2006]
0997 Paloma Faith - Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? [2009]
0996 Paul McCartney - Wingspan: Hits And History [2001]
0995 Biffy Clyro - Puzzle [2007]
0994 Paramore - Brand New Eyes [2009]
0993 Cliff Richard - Cliff At Christmas [2003]
0992 Groove Armada - The Best Of [2004]
0991 Lionel Richie - Encore [2002]
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0990 Cliff Richard - Two's Company: The Duets [2006]
0989 Russell Watson - That's Life [2007]
0988 Freddie Mercury - Solo [2000]
0987 Paul Weller - Illumination [2002]
0986 My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge [2005]
0985 Ashanti - Chapter II [2003]
0984 Katherine Jenkins - The Ultimate Collection [2009]
0983 Neil Diamond - The Essential Collection [2002]
0982 Olivia Newton-John - The Definitive Collection [2004]
0981 The Ordinary Boys - Brassbound [2005]
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...hope you enjoy the presentation :D
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Postby irishguy28 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:28 pm

GREAT presentation! I have 5 of those singles on CD!!!!! :o

I'm also shocked you know lines from Cascada tracks? I don't even know lines from Cascada tracks!!!!

And don't be comparing my Judy with Cascada, right??? Judy was a class act....she still is :wink:

I'd just like to point out - this list will be skewed towards releases from the download era, after mid 2005. Hits that would have stayed around for much longer - remember those deletion rules? - and earned more points didn't, purely because downloads weren't counted then.
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Postby Dalmatin » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:47 pm

^ yeah, I know, I was gonna mention it at some point and forgot... we just gotta accept that this whole decade was screwed by OCC. at least there are still plenty of pre-download era entries, considering that the longer chart runs generally mean less big hits, if you follow my logic.

heh, well, I don't memorise the lines from Cascada, I just tend to pick up those that look ridiculous for me :lol:

and ok, Alice Deejay was better, but.. still majorly not my thing. no offense :wink:

and thanks for the compliment, Neal :D
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Postby NothingFails » Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:51 pm

singles:
I always loved the Alcazar song. "American Life" is Madonna's low point IMO, although I'd rather listen to the song than "4 Minutes". "Let's Get It Started" is okay but I prefer the newer BEP music. "Maria Maria" was decent but it's been ages since I heard it. The Jessica Simpson remake was terrible, and I love the original Nancy Sinatra song. "Take Me Out" is without a doubt the best song from this batch and I think chart stats don't tell the whole story with that one (it only got to like #67 in the US also yet you heard the song everywhere in 2004-2005).

albums:
The only albums I have heard in this batch are the hits collections (McCartney, Olivia Newton-John)



Great presentation Misha!
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Postby Marius » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:21 pm

I am shocked at Franz and, especially, Santana's position. Had no clue Maria Maria was such a hit and run top 10 smash.
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Postby FreakyFlyBry » Sat Jan 16, 2010 4:30 am

So far, woo for these:

Dalmatin wrote:1000 Hard-Fi - Cash Machine

999 Pharrell Williams featuring Jay-Z - Frontin'
995 Alcazar - Crying At The Discoteque
994 Liberty X - Song 4 Lovers
993 Cascada - Miracle
992 OutKast featuring Sleepy Brown - The Way You Move
991 Madonna - American Life
990 The Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get It Started
987 Santana featuring The Product G&B - Maria Maria
984 Jamiroquai - Little L
983 Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
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Postby Tiger » Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:37 am

1000 Hard-Fi - Cash Machine
998 Chicane - Poppiholla
997 Five - Closer To Me
996 Alice Deejay - Will I Ever
995 Alcazar - Crying At The Discoteque
994 Liberty X - Song 4 Lovers
993 Cascada - Miracle
991 Madonna - American Life
990 The Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get It Started
988 The Script - We Cry
986 Jessica Simpson - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
985 Jurgen Vries featuring CMC - The Opera Song (Brave New World)
984 Jamiroquai - Little L
983 Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
982 Jack Peñate - Torn On The Platform
981 Shaznay Lewis - Never Felt Like This Before

I can't standd The Black Eyed Peas but that's somehow tolerable...
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Postby aishawch » Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:57 am

Great presentation Misha! Love the work done so far!
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Postby Shorty » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:57 am

Big woo for Five :D :D :D :D Awesome song, one of their best slower songs!

I love Liberty X but I haaaaate that song, it's so naff :lol:

Jessica Simpson is incredibly cheesey but I do like it :oops: :lol:
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Postby Hafo » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:36 pm

Love this kind of charts! Keep it coming! :D

And to think that American Life was this close to be a #1 hit in UK...
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Postby matthew_dixon » Sat Jan 16, 2010 4:04 pm

It seems odd to see such "huge hits" as "American Life" and "Take Me Out" ranking alongside Da Muttz!

Still, great that the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Jack Penate made the top 1000 at least.

I don't own any of those albums, but great to see legends like Sir Paul, Sir Cliff and Freddie make it in!
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Postby Dalmatin » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:31 pm

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980 Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg - Still D.R.E.
entry date: 25/03/2000
peak: 6
weeks in top 75: 10


Dre's comeback in 2000 and first single lifted from his 1999 album "2001". Or something like that. Rap classic of the decade.

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979 George Harrison - My Sweet Lord
entry date: 26/01/2002
peak: 1
weeks in top 75: 10


The first #1 hit to fall within the top 1000 (with some didn't even making it in). Following the death of the legendary Beatle, this single was re-released exactly 31 years since it originally hit #1.

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978 Fall Out Boy - Dance, Dance
entry date: 22/04/2006
peak: 8
weeks in top 75: 15


2nd UK single for the fallen heroes of emo which capitalised on the success of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" by also peaking at #8.

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977 Jennifer Lopez - Play
entry date: 12/05/2001
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 12


J.Lo (correct name for her from back then) followed her #1 pop smash with a slightly tougher song which also nicely made top 3. Somewhat famously she asks a DJ to play her motherf**king song.

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976 Lemar - Time To Grow
entry date: 09/04/2005
peak: 9
weeks in top 75: 10


Ever-heartbroken and rejected reject of Fame Academy had quite a successful run of hits. This one was a 2nd single off his eponymous 2nd album.

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975 LL Cool J featuring 7 Aurelius - Hush
entry date: 26/02/2005
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 10


His ability to stick around is surely to be amazed by, as this single marked 20 years since the release of LL's debut album. He may have gone softer, but who cares, when you can get a top 3 hit out of it?

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974 The Black Eyed Peas - Don't Lie
entry date: 03/09/2005
peak: 6
weeks in top 75: 10


Already a 2nd entry within top 1000 for the Peas, and this one is, believe it or not, their smallest hit from last 2 albums, and the only one to miss top 5.

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973 Robbie Williams - Come Undone
entry date: 26/04/2003
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 11


2nd single to be lifted from the critically panned "Escapology" was quite a success nevertheless, matching the peak of "Feel" and adding another banned video to Robbie's collection.

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972 Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm
entry date: 14/04/2007
peak: 2
weeks in top 75: 10


People almost literally held their breath waiting for Alex and Co's second album, and when this beast was unleashed, the reaction was mixed. But then we grew to like it. Top marks for the good title too.

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971 Basement Jaxx - Romeo
entry date: 16/06/2001
peak: 6
weeks in top 75: 10


One of the most recognised electronic acts of last two decades, Basement Jaxx still never really hit it that big with singles, and "Romeo" surely ranks as one of their biggest commercial successes.

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970 Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way
entry date: 13/07/2002
peak: 2
weeks in top 75: 10


After nearly 20 years in business RHCP finally - for some reason - reached mainstream with this single, which finally knocked "Love Rollercoaster" off the title of their biggest charting hit in the UK. It would be #1 if not for Elvis holding on to it for 4th week.

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969 The Raconteurs - Steady, As She Goes
entry date: 06/05/2006
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 16


Briefly the Raconteurs, AKA Jack White's 2nd band, were mainstream and scored a top 5 hit out of it. It is worth noting that, while this band is here, the White Stripes miss on a top 1000 spot altogether.

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968 Will Young - Don't Let Me Down / You And I
entry date: 30/11/2002
peak: 2
weeks in top 75: 13


First entry for the Pop Idol winner and the guy with the biggest selling single of the decade, whose career has only now came to its supposed end. This was his 4th single and the first to miss the #1 spot.

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967 Cassie - Long Way 2 Go
entry date: 28/10/2006
peak: 12
weeks in top 75: 12


One of the more successful of P. Diddy's female proteges, Cassie scored one top 10 hit and a further top 15 hit, which turned out quite big itself and managed an unusually long run for a #12 hit.

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966 Athlete - Wires
entry date: 10/09/2005
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 15


First single off Athlete's 2nd album finally turned them big, even huge at the time, and the song easily ranks as a rock classic of the decade. Sadly, they returned right back to obscurity after that.

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965 Goldie Lookin Chain - Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do
entry date: 28/08/2004
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 9


Whoever yelled "random!" first can consider himself a winner. Truly surprising hit for these Welsh comedic rappers, but, I guess, they deserved to at least let everyone know that they exist. For the giggles.

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964 O-Town - Liquid Dreams
entry date: 28/04/2001
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 10


O-Town forever hold the questionable honour of opening the gate for all the reality TV acts into the UK chart. The winners of first season of the US "Making The Band" scored a sizeable hit with this song about creating a superdiva (, dominatrix fetish and probably masturbation).

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963 Backstreet Boys - Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely
entry date: 26/02/2000
peak: 3
weeks in top 75: 12


Remember them? They were still big in 2000 and this ballad gave them their biggest chart hit of the decade. Yes, you read correctly, this is the only entry for Backstreet Boys in top 1000.

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962 Andreas Johnson - Glorious
entry date: 05/02/2000
peak: 4
weeks in top 75: 11


A hit from very early 2000, this was actually a hit all over Europe in 1999 and finally reached the UK the following year, awarding Swedish rocker with a one-hit wonder title.

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961 Wyclef Jean featuring Mary J. Blige - 911
entry date: 16/12/2000
peak: 9
weeks in top 75: 10


A memorable duet of Wyclef and Mary gave both US stars some of their biggest UK hits, and nicely showcases the vocal talents of both.


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0980 Paul Weller - Studio 150 [2004]
0979 Turin Brakes - Ether Song [2003]
0978 Primal Scream - Riot City Blues [2006]
0977 Gomez - Liquid Skin [1999]
0976 a-ha - The Definitive Singles Collection 1984-2004 [2005]
0975 Velvet Revolver - Contraband [2004]
0974 Ne-Yo - Because Of You [2007]
0973 Fleetwood Mac - Say You Will [2003]
0972 Eva Cassidy - Time After Time [2001]
0971 Air - Talkie Walkie [2004]
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0970 Daniel O'Donnell - Faith & Inspiration [2000]
0969 Richard Ashcroft - Human Conditions [2002]
0968 The Bravery - The Bravery [2005]
0967 Andrew Lloyd Webber - Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat [2005]
0966 The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Spirit Of The Glen [2007]
0965 Emma Bunton - A Girl Like Me [2001]
0964 Stereophonics - Pull The Pin [2007]
0963 Doves - Some Cities [2005]
0962 Queen - Absolute Greatest [2009]
0961 The Beautiful South - Painting It Red [2000]
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