1967/12/09 "In Another Land" Bill Wyman 110-98-88-88-87-87Fedepeti wrote:Mario, do you know bubbling pre-entries (before 1985) for solo Stones too and if Queen had bubbling positions?
'Holler' peaked in #112 only? Many sites claim it was #107.mario wrote:Bubbling Under Hit's "Holler" only(2000/12/02 Peak Pos. #112)jayspice wrote:Bubbling Under chart runs for the Spice Girls, and Heatseekers chart run for "Northern Star" by Melanie C please!
It bubbled at #20 on 20/01 and at #18 on 27/01.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.
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.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...
What kind of details do you want?mario wrote:Han,I want to know the details of Billboard's #30 and #40 rule. By all means, please let me know.
Thanks Han!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.