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Postby mario » Sat Aug 28, 2004 12:11 pm

HOT100 records that appeared on Bubbling Under The HOT100 chart shortly before.

1964/04/25 Not Fade Away 131
1965/05/29 Play With Fire 118
1966/07/09 Lady Jane 103-103
1967/09/09 We Love You 133
1968/08/31 Street Fighting Man 109
1973/04/21 You Can'T Always Get What You Want 109
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Postby jayspice » Sat Aug 28, 2004 2:56 pm

Bubbling Under chart runs for the Spice Girls, and Heatseekers chart run for "Northern Star" by Melanie C please! :)
And also, can someone help me with chart runs of the Spice Girls in the various Billboard charts like Rhythmic Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Hot 100 Airplay, Hot 100 Singles Sales, etc...

Many thanks in advance!
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Postby mario » Sat Aug 28, 2004 3:10 pm

jayspice wrote:Bubbling Under chart runs for the Spice Girls, and Heatseekers chart run for "Northern Star" by Melanie C please! :)
Bubbling Under Hit's "Holler" only(2000/12/02 Peak Pos. #112)
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Postby john2000 » Sat Aug 28, 2004 4:54 pm

Please,

can I have chart history of Jean Michel Jarre ?

thanks hanboo
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Postby Fedepeti » Sat Aug 28, 2004 6:49 pm

Thanks for the info about the bubbling!

Mario, do you know bubbling pre-entries (before 1985) for solo Stones too and if Queen had bubbling positions?

My interest will be complete with this

Thanks Jeff, Hanboo and Mario!
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Postby mario » Sun Aug 29, 2004 12:21 am

Fedepeti wrote:Mario, do you know bubbling pre-entries (before 1985) for solo Stones too and if Queen had bubbling positions?
1967/12/09 "In Another Land" Bill Wyman 110-98-88-88-87-87

Other members of Stones and Queen do not have.
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Postby jayspice » Sun Aug 29, 2004 2:09 am

mario wrote:
jayspice wrote:Bubbling Under chart runs for the Spice Girls, and Heatseekers chart run for "Northern Star" by Melanie C please! :)
Bubbling Under Hit's "Holler" only(2000/12/02 Peak Pos. #112)
'Holler' peaked in #112 only? Many sites claim it was #107.

How about Melanie C's 'I Turn To You'?
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Postby Fedepeti » Sun Aug 29, 2004 2:11 am

Thanks Mario!

What about Queen's "Too Much Love Will Kill You" from January 1996?
According to Billboard the song mannaged two weeks there (Bubbling chart) on 20/01 and 27/01.

Thanks again
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Postby Hanboo » Sun Aug 29, 2004 10:29 am

Fedepeti wrote:Thanks Mario!

What about Queen's "Too Much Love Will Kill You" from January 1996?
According to Billboard the song mannaged two weeks there (Bubbling chart) on 20/01 and 27/01.

Thanks again
It bubbled at #20 on 20/01 and at #18 on 27/01.
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Postby Hanboo » Sun Aug 29, 2004 10:34 am

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Chart runs for: KATHY SLEDGE
(through September 04, 2004)

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* UK SINGLES *
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    1. TAKE ME BACK TO LOVE AGAIN
Date: 16-05-1992 - Run: *62*-69 (2 wks)

    2. ANOTHER STAR
Date: 18-02-1995 - Run: *54* (1 wk)

    3. FREEDOM (by Robert Miles Feat. Kathy Sledge)
Date: 29-11-1997 - Run: *15*-35-50-72 (4 wks)
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Postby Hanboo » Sun Aug 29, 2004 10:37 am

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Chart runs for: RINGO STARR
(through October 08, 2011)

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* UK SINGLES *
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    1. IT DON'T COME EASY
Written by: Ringo Starr
Produced by: George Harrison
Date: 17/04/1971 - Run: 29-12- 7-*4*-4-4-8-15-20-31-41 (11/5 wks) US:#4/12/7

    2. BACK OFF BOOGALOO
Written by: Ringo Starr
Produced by: George Harrison
Date: 01/04/1972 - Run: 18-15- 4-3-*2*-2-11-12-28-41 (10/4 wks) US:#9/10/3

    3. PHOTOGRAPH
Written by: George Harrison/Ringo Starr
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 27/10/1973 - Run: 26-24-13- *8*-10-11-14-35-37-37-35-39-50 (13/2 wks) US:#1/16/6/1

    4. YOU'RE SIXTEEN
Written by: Bob Sherman/Dick Sherman
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 23/02/1974 - Run: 15- 7-*4*-5-4-7-12-25-29-34 (10/5 wks) US:#1/15/7/1

    5. ONLY YOU
Written by: Buck Ram/Ande Rand
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 30/11/1974 - Run: 33-31-30-29-29-33-*28*-28-31-36-46 (11 wks) US:#6/13/3

    6. WRACK MY BRAIN
Date: 28/11/1981 - Run: *99*-100-100-0-100-100-100-99-99 (8-5c wks)
Total # of weeks: 8-5c US:#38/11

    7. WEIGHT OF THE WORLD
Written by: Brian O'Doherty/Fred Velez
Produced by: Don Was
Date: 06/06/1992 - Run: *74* (1 wk)

    8. LIVERPOOL 8
Date: 19/01/2008 - Run: *99*-102-175 (3 wks)
Total # of weeks: 3

* US SINGLES *
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    1. BEAUCOUPS OF BLUES
Written by: Buzz Rabin
Produced by: Pete Drake
Date: 07/11/1970 - Run: (BU:126-121) 100-96-94-*87*-87 (5 wks)

    2. IT DON'T COME EASY
Written by: Ringo Starr
Produced by: George Harrison
Date: 01/05/1971 - Run: 49-24-13- 8-5-*4*-4-5-7-10-12-28 (12/7 wks) UK:#4/11/5

    3. BACK OFF BOOGALOO
Written by: Ringo Starr
Produced by: George Harrison
Date: 01/04/1972 - Run: 88-42-31-19-11- 10-*9*-9-23-47 (10/3 wks) UK:#2/10/4

    4. PHOTOGRAPH
Written by: George Harrison/Ringo Starr
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 06/10/1973 - Run: 74-60-29-18-11- 6-4-*1*-2-5-8-13-28-32-45-74 (16/6/1 wks) UK:#8/13/2

    5. YOU'RE SIXTEEN
Written by: Richard Sherman/Robert Sherman
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 15/12/1973 - Run: 75-50-27-16- 6-5-*1*-2-3-3-9-11-20-34-47 (15/7/1 wks) UK:#4/10/5

    6. OH MY MY
Written by: Vini Poncia/Ringo Starr
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 09/03/1974 - Run: 65-44-28-19-12- 9-6-*5*-13-17-26-31-38-52 (14/3 wks)

    7. ONLY YOU
Written by: Buck Ram/Ande Rand
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 16/11/1974 - Run: 63-53-34-25-18-14- 9-7-*6*-12-27-35-56 (13/3 wks) UK:#28/11

    8. NO NO SONG / SNOOKEROO
Written by: Hoyt Axton
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 08/02/1975 - Run: 78-58-40-31-25-14- 9-6-*3*-3-4-24-51-67 (14/5 wks)

    9. IT'S ALL DOWN TO GOODNIGHT VIENNA / OO-WEE
Written by: John Lennon
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 14/06/1975 - Run: 82-63-52-39-*31*-31-63 (7 wks)

  10. A DOSE OF ROCK 'N' ROLL
Written by: Carl Grossman
Produced by: Arif Mardin
Date: 02/10/1976 - Run: 58-44-35-31-28-*26*-26-38-93 (9 wks)

  11. HEY BABY
Written by: Bruce Channel/Margaret Cobb
Produced by: Arif Mardin
Date: 29/01/1977 - Run: 90-80-*74* (3 wks)

  12. WRACK MY BRAIN
Written & produced by: George Harrison
Date: 07/11/1981 - Run: 79-65-53-43-39-*38*-43-52-52-63-97 (11 wks) UK:#99/8

* UK ALBUMS *
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    1. SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
Produced by: George Martin
Date: 18/04/1970 - Run: 42- *7*-13-20-32-57 (6/1 wks) US:#22/14

    2. RINGO
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 08/12/1973 - Run:  9-16- *7*-7- (4 wsf)
            05/01/1974: 27-18-39-36-40-0-0-16-27-41-33-22-21-31-49-36-31-0-0-45 (20-10c/3-2c wks)
Total # of re-entries: 2 US:#2/37/8


    3. GOODNIGHT VIENNA
Produced by: Eliott Mazer/Henry Lewey/Jack Nitzsche/Richard Perry
Date: 07/12/1974 - Run: *30*-46 (2 wks) US:#8/25/5

    4. VERTICAL MAN
Date: 15/08/1998 - Run: *85* (1 wk)
Total # of weeks: 1 US:#61/4


    5. PHOTOGRAPH: THE VERY BEST OF RINGO
Produced by: Richard Perry/George Harrison/Drake/Ringo Starr/Mardon
Date: 08/09/2007 - Run: *26*-56-99 (3 wks)
Total # of weeks: 3 ( Top 40: 1 Top 75: 2) US:#143/1


    6. LIVERPOOL 8
Date: 26/01/2008 - Run: *91*-140 (2 wks)
Total # of weeks: 2 US:#99/2


* US ALBUMS *
============

    1. SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY
Produced by: George Martin
Date: 16/05/1970 - Run: 51-26-25-28-28-*22*-34-58-89-120-128-130-142-144 (14 wks) UK:#7/6/1

    2. BEAUCOUPS OF BLUES
Produced by: Pete Drake
Date: 17/10/1970 - Run: 141-92-75-73-71-*65*-76-84-99-99-112- (11 wsf)
            02/01/1971: 164-182-184-189 (15 wks)


    3. RINGO
Produced by: Richard Perry
Date: 17/11/1973 - Run: 15- 3-*2*-2-4-3-6- (7 wsf)
            05/01/1974: 8-9-13-13-15-15-15-20-22-25-29-40-42-44-44-45-49-49-50-51-52-62-66-76-94-117-150-160-171-193 (37/8 wks) UK:#7/20/3


    4. GOODNIGHT VIENNA
Produced by: Eliott Mazer/Henry Lewey/Jack Nitzsche/Richard Perry
Date: 30/11/1974 - Run: 70-29-21-13- 10- (5 wsf)
            04/01/1975: 9-*8*-8-10-22-36-40-38-45-64-60-56-50-65-90-103-104-118-144-170 (25/5 wks) UK:#30/2


    5. BLAST FROM YOUR PAST
Produced by: Pete Drake/Ringo Starr/George Harrison/Richard Perry
Date: 06/12/1975 - Run: 176-59-48-39- (4 wsf)
            03/01/1976: 35-32-*30*-30-48-91-149 (11 wks)


    6. RINGO'S ROTOGRAVURE
Produced by: Arif Mardin
Date: 16/10/1976 - Run: 57-37-33-30-*28*-28-28-57-161 (9 wks)

    7. RINGO THE 4TH
Date: 15/10/1977 - Run: 179-169-165-164-*162*-182 (6 wks)

    8. BAD BOY
Date: 20/05/1978 - Run: 159-149-139-*129*-129-192 (6 wks)

    9. STOP & SMELL THE ROSES
Produced by: Paul McCartney/George Harrison/Harry Nilsson/Ronnie Wood/Stephen Stills/Ringo Starr
Date: 14/11/1981 - Run: 150-121-112-100-*98*-111-111- (7 wsf)
            02/01/1982: 111-124-129-131-184 (12 wks)


  10. VERTICAL MAN
Produced by: Mark Hudson/Ringo Starr
Date: 04/07/1998 - Run: *61*-117-110-151 (4 wks) UK:#85/1

  11. RINGORAMA
Date: 12/04/2003 - Run: *113*-186 (2 wks)

  12. PHOTOGRAPH: THE VERY BEST OF RINGO
Date: 15/09/2007 - Run: *143* (1 wk) UK:#26/3

  13. LIVERPOOL 8
Produced by: Dave Stewart/Mark Hudson/Ringo Starr
Date: 02/02/2008 - Run: *99*-120 (2 wks) UK:#91/2

  14. Y NOT
Produced by: Ringo Starr/Bruce Sugar
Date: 30/01/2010 - Run: *58*-136 (2 wks)

* US MUSIC VIDEOS *
=================

    1. LIVE 2006 (by Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band)
Date: 26/07/2008 - Run: *38* (1 wk)

    2. LIVE AT THE GREEK THEATER 2008 (by Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band)
Date: 14/08/2010 - Run: *16*-25 (2 wks)



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Annual Act Statistics

UK ALBUMS [AT: #1156]
1970: 75-0-0-85-*56*-[off 23 yrs]-514-[off 8 yrs]-297-546 [2008, 6 yrs]
UK SINGLES [AT: #922]
1971: 78-71-83-*48*-181-[off 5 yrs]-387-431-[off 9 yrs]-690-[off 15 yrs]-521 [2008, 9 yrs]
US ALBUMS [AT: #765]
1970: 105-372-0-202-*67*-111-161-452-433-0-0-354-398-[off 15 yrs]-387-[off 4 yrs]-587-0-0-0-798-585-0-569 [2010, 15 yrs]
US SINGLES [AT: #608]
1970: 340-95-146-69-*16*-38-157-303-0-0-0-183-288 [1982, 10 yrs]
US MUSIC VIDEOS [AT: #835]
2008: 167-0-*124*
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Postby Hanboo » Sun Aug 29, 2004 10:41 am

For Fedepeti

Chart runs for: ACE FREHLEY
(through September 04, 2004)

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* US SINGLES *
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    1. NEW YORK GROOVE
Date: 14-10-1978 - Run: 87-81-70-60-50-46-42-34-30-25-23-23-19-17-16-14-*13*-13-35-61-100 (21 wks)


* UK ALBUMS *
============

    1. SECOND SIGHTING (by Frehley's Comet)
Date: 18-06-1988 - Run: *79* (1 wk) US:#81/13


* US ALBUMS *
============

    1. ACE FREHLEY
Date: 14-10-1978 - Run: 87-65-55-50-46-42-39-38-36-34-32-32- (12 wsf)
06-01-1979: 28-*26*-26-26-50-50-69-77-97-114-176 (23 wks)

    2. FREHLEY'S COMET
Date: 23-05-1987 - Run: 118-56-46-44-*43*-43-45-47-51-52-64-64-60-63-80-86-98-112-111-95-118-126-153-179-189 (25 wks)

    3. LIVE + 1 (by Frehley's Comet)
Date: 27-02-1988 - Run: 142-93-*84*-84-91-98-101-108-163-190 (10 wks)

    4. SECOND SIGHTING (by Frehley's Comet)
Date: 11-06-1988 - Run: 196-105-90-*81*-81-81-97-101-116-129-142-156-181 (13 wks) UK:#79/1

    5. TROUBLE WALKIN'
Date: 11-11-1989 - Run: 177-104-*102*-102-139-171-178-178- (8 wsf)
06-01-1990: 195 (9 wks)
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Postby Fedepeti » Sun Aug 29, 2004 5:11 pm

like always, thanks Hanboo!
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Postby frodon » Mon Aug 30, 2004 6:22 pm

hanboo could you post chart runs for Depeche mode , thanks
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Postby jgs » Tue Aug 31, 2004 4:39 pm

Thanks Hanboo for the chart runs on John, Paul, George and Ringo. I would like to clarify some of the US chart runs that were two-sided hits, which are difficult to display in a chart run format.

For the Beatles, Something and Come Together were shown as separate entries for their first 6 weeks on the chart. Then Billboard changed its policy for two-sided hits and they were then shown together as a single entry as Come Together / Something beginning 29/11/69. The chart books give credit to Come Together for being a #1 hit, but only list Something with a peak position of #3, which is how high it got on its own.

For Paul McCartney, Oh Woman Oh Why was listed with Another Day for 9 weeks beginning 27/3/71. Little Woman Love was listed with Mary Had A Little Lamb for six weeks beginning 24/6/72. Sally G was listed with Junior’s Farm for 7 weeks beginning 14/12/74. For their final week on the chart together (25/1/75), the sides were reversed and shown at #17 as Sally G / Junior’s Farm. That is why the chart books show a peak position of #17 for Sally G. Sally G was then shown as a new entry on 1/2/75, later peaking at #39 on its own.

For George Harrison, Deep Blue was listed with Bangla Desh for three weeks beginning 11/9/71.
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Postby jszmiles » Wed Sep 01, 2004 10:31 am

Thanks for all Hanboo...


Bth if You want to have full chart histories from UK Top 200!! from 1994 to 2003 check www.zobbel.de . There is a lot of interesting info, eg. Robbie Williams' "Angels" spent more than 100 weeks in the charts or Erick Prydz had previous chart entries and many many more....

You should try it...
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Postby Hanboo » Wed Sep 01, 2004 2:12 pm

jszmiles wrote:Bth if You want to have full chart histories from UK Top 200!! from 1994 to 2003 check www.zobbel.de . There is a lot of interesting info, eg. Robbie Williams' "Angels" spent more than 100 weeks in the charts or Erick Prydz had previous chart entries and many many more....

You should try it...
Yeah I kow the "Zobbel" guy (his actual first name is Tobias) since 1996 or 1997, he helped me getting my UK chart database complete up to that point.

BTW, there are no "full chart histories from UK Top 200" on his site, only peaks and numbers of weeks of chart.
You have to buy his Chartwatch annual booklets to get the full info.
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Postby aaag » Wed Sep 01, 2004 4:57 pm

Hanboo, could you please update Genesis' runs (page 30)? Thanks!
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Postby aaag » Sat Sep 04, 2004 7:51 am

Hanboo, you like Genesis, don't you? :wink:
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Postby Hanboo » Sat Sep 04, 2004 8:53 am

aaag wrote:Hanboo, you like Genesis, don't you? :wink:
Sure, but was there anything to update?

I did it anyway. Check it out for yourself on page 30.
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Postby whyme » Sat Sep 04, 2004 4:07 pm

May I see chart runs for the Weather Girls and "Ultimate Dance Party 1997"
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Postby mario » Sun Sep 05, 2004 2:55 pm

Han,I want to know the details of Billboard's #30 and #40 rule. By all means, please let me know.
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Postby Hanboo » Sun Sep 05, 2004 10:19 pm

mario wrote:Han,I want to know the details of Billboard's #30 and #40 rule. By all means, please let me know.
What kind of details do you want?

I can explain a little more comprehensively:
From 1963/64 to 1973, Billboard had a policy of removing older titles once they fell below a certain position and experienced more than one week of declining points. Generally this position seemed to be #30 from 1963 to 1966 and #40 since 1966.

This explains, for example, that the Beatles' "I want to hold your hand" and also "Love me do" dropped out the Hot 100 from #24.

Occasionally, singles dropped to the bottom of the top 50, but never to the lower half of the top 100.

The reason for this chart rule was to give new singles a bigger chance to enter the Hot 100.
It's similar to Billboard's practice (since 1997) of removing old albums from the current album chart.
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Postby redsox » Mon Sep 06, 2004 3:56 am

Hey Hanboo,

Do you have a webpage or a website that I could dowload the database you use for your chartruns.

I am interesting in the chart runs on the US album chart becuase I want to create a year-end list for top albums of the year and also I am only using for my personal use only which mean I won't have fellow forum members bugged me about chart runs of their favorite aritst.
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Postby mario » Mon Sep 06, 2004 1:01 pm

Hanboo wrote:I can explain a little more comprehensively:
From 1963/64 to 1973, Billboard had a policy of removing older titles once they fell below a certain position and experienced more than one week of declining points. Generally this position seemed to be #30 from 1963 to 1966 and #40 since 1966.

This explains, for example, that the Beatles' "I want to hold your hand" and also "Love me do" dropped out the Hot 100 from #24.

Occasionally, singles dropped to the bottom of the top 50, but never to the lower half of the top 100.

The reason for this chart rule was to give new singles a bigger chance to enter the Hot 100.
It's similar to Billboard's practice (since 1997) of removing old albums from the current album chart.
Thanks Han!
I have understood well.
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