CZB's Chart, February: 2018 (Month 461) and 1991 (Month 138)

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Postby CZB » Fri Dec 31, 2010 10:00 pm

A couple of hours early - as I may well be otherwise occupied at midnight! - here's my first new chart for 2011.....





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CZB'S TOP FORTY ---------------- Month 377 ----------------- JANUARY 2011
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01 01 02 HELLO Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette
02 02 02 BARBRA STREISAND Duck Sauce
03 03 02 COOLER COULEUR Crookers featuring Yelle
04 04 02 SING WITH A SWING DKS
05 05 02 STUCK Caro Emerald
06 06 03 TAKE IT OFF Regi and Kaya Jones
07 07 04 BROMANCE Tim Berg
08 08 05 A HAPPY PLACE Katie Melua
09 09 03 NOT GIVING UP ON LOVE Armin Van Buuren vs Sophie Ellis-Bextor
10 10 06 THAT MAN Caro Emerald

11 11 05 ROCKET TO URANUS Vengaboys featuring Perez Hilton ##
12 12 02 WHO OWNS MY HEART Miley Cyrus ##
13 ---- 01 BIG WORLD Jacqueline (Govaert) [Highest New Entry]
14 20 03 A MOMENT OF MADNESS Katie Melua
15 35 03 BACK IT UP Caro Emerald [Rapid Riser]
16 15 03 ALL FOR YOU Ace Of Base ##
17 14 04 FULL FOCUS Armin Van Buuren
18 13 05 FIRE WITH FIRE Scissor Sisters
19 18 06 COME HOME Amatorski ##
20 ---- 01 CATCH YOUR FALL Clokx ##

21 29 03 THIS PRETTY FACE Amy MacDonald
22 26 03 TE QUIERO Stromae
23 21 04 OVERRATED Jacqueline (Govaert) ##
24 17 05 ONE Swedish House Mafia
25 16 06 WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO Yolanda Be Cool featuring D-Cup
26 19 08 ALORS ON DANSE Stromae
27 25 07 ALEJANDRO (DON'T CALL MY NAME) Lady GaGa
28 27 08 BITTERSWEET Sophie Ellis-Bextor ##
29 28 09 GYPSY Shakira ##
30 22 06 AURORA Nova

31 24 07 BUBBLE BATH The Swiss
32 40 02 EVIDENT UTENSIL Chairlift
33 23 07 ALL THE LOVERS Kylie Minogue [Fastest Faller] ##
34 30 09 VANILLA TWILIGHT Owl City
35 31 07 THE RIDDLE Prezioso and Marvin
36 32 08 TRY SLEEPING WITH A BROKEN HEART Alicia Keys
37 ---- 01 UNENDLICHE SINFONIE Polarkreis 18
38 34 10 A NIGHT LIKE THIS Caro Emerald [Longest Laster] ##
39 38 08 HAVEN'T MET YOU YET Michael Buble
40 ---- 01 RIVIERA LIFE Caro Emerald
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TOP 40 BREAKERS:
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01 [ 00 ] HIGHER Taio Cruz and Kylie Minogue [Chartbuster] ##
02 [ 02 ] YOUR LOVE IS MY DRUG Ke$ha
03 [ 05 ] I WANNA Bob Sinclar and Sahara featuring Shaggy
04 [ 04 ] OH NO Marina and the Diamonds
05 [ 08 ] DANCE THE WAY I FEEL Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
06 [ 06 ] THE POPE OF DOPE Party Harders vs The Subs
07 [ 10 ] NEED YOU NOW Lady Antebellum
08 [ 15 ] SPARK Amy MacDonald
09 [ 09 ] LOVE Inna
10 [ 11 ] LOVESONG Jes

11 [ 12 ] WINGS Das Pop
12 [ 13 ] MISSING Jessy
13 [ 34 ] I'M IN LOVE Alex Gaudino
14 [ 17 ] AMAZING Inna
15 [ 19 ] CROSSFIRE Brandon Flowers
16 [ 16 ] PYROMANIA Cascada
17 [ 22 ] THE FLOOD Katie Melua
18 [ 18 ] ALL IS LOVE Sash featuring Jessy
19 [ 20 ] GOOD TIMES Roll Deep featuring Jodie Connor
20 [ 21 ] CALL ME Samantha Fox and Sabrina Salerno

21 [ 23 ] 10 MINUTES Inna
22 [ 31 ] FORGET YOU Cee Lo Green
23 [ 24 ] KICKSTARTS Example
24 [ 25 ] HEARTBEAT Enrique Iglesias featuring Nicole Scherzinger
25 [ 28 ] FEED THE HORSE Fagget Fairys
26 [ 26 ] JANEIRO Dash Berlin featuring Solid Sessions
27 [ 29 ] WONDERFUL LIFE Hurts
28 [ 32 ] TAKE OVER CONTROL Afrojack featuring Eva Simons
29 [ 30 ] YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND ME IN THE KITCHEN AT PARTIES Jona Lewie
30 [ 36 ] THE RAIN Markus Schulz

31 [ 37 ] LA SERENISSIMA Mike Candys featuring Jack Holiday
32 [ 39 ] DANCE IN THE DARK Lady GaGa
33 [ 40 ] HEY JUDE Beatles
34 [ 00 ] KENTISH TOWN WALTZ Imelda May
35 [ 00 ] STAY Hurts
36 [ 00 ] RUNAWAY Mason
37 [ 00 ] WHO'S THAT CHICK David Guetta featuring Rihanna
38 [ 00 ] (HEY) NAH NEH NAH (Milk and Sugar vs) Vaya Con Dios
39 [ 00 ] WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys
40 [ 00 ] RAPTURE Nadia Ali / Iio
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Number one four years ago: DOLLY SONG (IEVA'S POLKA) Holly Dolly
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Number one fourteen years ago: HAND IN HAND (HEAD ON HEAD) Dune
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Number one twenty-four years ago: DYNAMITE Vanessa
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There was more action than ever before at the top end of December’s chart, with all of the top five being new entries - including Martin Solveig and Dragonette, at number one with "Hello", which has now also become the first number one of 2011 in both Belgium and the Netherlands - but now, in the first chart of the new year, there is more inaction than ever, as the top twelve all remain exactly as they were! Only one previous chart can come close to matching such a lack of movement in the upper range - and that was back in June 2001, when the top nine hits were unchanged from the previous month. Then, a track that was a breaker again quite recently, “Turn The Tide” by Sylver, was the highest new entry, just below all those non-movers, at number ten - and again this time, the highest of just four new entries is right under those motionless twelve. It’s “Big World” - the second hit for Jacqueline Govaert, the Dutch 28-year-old former lead singer of Krezip - and although this has been less successful in her homeland than “Overrated”, it has already overtaken that former Chartbuster in my top forty. Indeed, “Overrated” is one of nineteen tracks moving down this month - and, falling two places to 23, it looks like becoming the first Chartbuster to miss my top twenty for nearly seven years. Last month’s Chartbuster has already avoided this - Clokx debut at number 20 with “Catch Your Fall” - although the other two new entries this time are rather lower down. Polarkreis 18 previously peaked at number 10 with “Allein Allein”, and now follow that up with “Unendliche Sinfonie”, in at 37 - while Caro Emerald adds yet another hit to her collection. “Riviera Life”, new at 40, joins longest laster “A Night Like This”, down four at 38 in its tenth month, Rapid Riser “Back It Up”, racing up twenty places to number 15, and two of those non-movers - “That Man” at ten and “Stuck” at five. She becomes the first act to have five tracks in my top forty at the same time since Rednex in February 1996 - when “Wish You Were Here” and “Wild ‘N Free” made their last appearances, and “Rolling Home”, “Bottleneck Bob” and “The Ultimate Rednex Megamix” were all new entries.

Meanwhile, only four other hits move up this month - Katie Melua with “A Moment Of Madness”, Amy MacDonald with “This Pretty Face”, Stromae’s “Te Quiero” and Chairlift’s “Evident Utensil” - while the fastest faller is Kylie Minogue, as “All The Lovers” dives ten places to number 33. However, three former hits could be beginning a journey back into my chart in new versions. Milk and Sugar previously revived John Paul Young’s “Love Is In The Air” - and could do likewise with the former number one by Vaya Con Dios, “Nah Neh Nah”; a new version of the Pet Shop Boys’ first hit, “West End Girls” was a bonus track on their most recent, and least successful, single “Together”; while the original vocalist on Iio’s “Rapture”, Nadia Ali, has reworked that former top twenty hit. And there are five brand new potential future hits this time. Hurts continue to slide slowly towards the top forty with “Wonderful Life”, and could now also be on the way there with “Stay” - a different song from the two former hits also bearing this title, from Bonnie Bianco and Pierre Cosso and Sash featuring LaTrec. Mason is looking to follow up the number 27 hit “Perfect (Exceeder)” with “Runaway”, while David Guetta joins forces with Rihanna on “Who’s That Chick”. If that charts, it would be his fifth hit, and her second. The top two new breakers this month are the only ones involving artists who have not previously appeared - the second highest being “Kentish Town Waltz”, a recent Irish success for Dublin-born Imelda May. But the first Chartbuster of the new year, guaranteed to be a new entry in my February 2011 chart, is a collaboration between two artists who have previously reached number one in the UK - and other countries - separately. Could they now also do that together? Next month’s top forty will see the first hit in my chart for a 27-year-old London-born singer, songwriter and producer, and the fifteenth for a 42-year-old, multi-talented Australian performer. My Record of the Month for January 2011 is Taio Cruz and Kylie Minogue, with “Higher”.




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Postby Tiger » Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:02 am

CZB wrote:01 01 02 HELLO Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette
02 02 02 BARBRA STREISAND Duck Sauce
05 05 02 STUCK Caro Emerald
09 09 03 NOT GIVING UP ON LOVE Armin Van Buuren vs Sophie Ellis-Bextor
10 10 06 THAT MAN Caro Emerald

12 12 02 WHO OWNS MY HEART Miley Cyrus ##
15 35 03 BACK IT UP Caro Emerald [Rapid Riser]
16 15 03 ALL FOR YOU Ace Of Base ##
18 13 05 FIRE WITH FIRE Scissor Sisters

21 29 03 THIS PRETTY FACE Amy MacDonald
25 16 06 WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO Yolanda Be Cool featuring D-Cup
27 25 07 ALEJANDRO (DON'T CALL MY NAME) Lady GaGa
29 28 09 GYPSY Shakira ##

34 30 09 VANILLA TWILIGHT Owl City
36 32 08 TRY SLEEPING WITH A BROKEN HEART Alicia Keys
40 ---- 01 RIVIERA LIFE Caro Emerald
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TOP 40 BREAKERS:
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02 [ 02 ] YOUR LOVE IS MY DRUG Ke$ha
04 [ 04 ] OH NO Marina and the Diamonds
07 [ 10 ] NEED YOU NOW Lady Antebellum
08 [ 15 ] SPARK Amy MacDonald
09 [ 09 ] LOVE Inna

14 [ 17 ] AMAZING Inna
15 [ 19 ] CROSSFIRE Brandon Flowers
16 [ 16 ] PYROMANIA Cascada

22 [ 31 ] FORGET YOU Cee Lo Green
28 [ 32 ] TAKE OVER CONTROL Afrojack featuring Eva Simons

32 [ 39 ] DANCE IN THE DARK Lady GaGa
33 [ 40 ] HEY JUDE Beatles
35 [ 00 ] STAY Hurts
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Number one four years ago: DOLLY SONG (IEVA'S POLKA) Holly Dolly
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Postby Chun » Sat Jan 01, 2011 12:24 pm

What are the top 40 breakers?
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Postby CZB » Sat Jan 01, 2011 7:15 pm

chun1702 wrote:What are the top 40 breakers?
The potential future hits, from which the new entries for next month will be chosen - with the Chartbuster, the number one on the breakers, definitely being among them.

( Based very much on the "Tipparade" and "Alarmschijf" - fulfilling similar roles for the weekly Dutch singles charts for over forty years now! )
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Postby Chun » Sat Jan 01, 2011 8:18 pm

That's great. Thanks for your answer.
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Postby Chun » Sat Jan 01, 2011 8:59 pm

I like...

HELLO Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette
BROMANCE Tim Berg
NOT GIVING UP ON LOVE Armin Van Buuren vs Sophie Ellis-Bextor
FIRE WITH FIRE Scissor Sisters
ALL THE LOVERS Kylie Minogue
BITTERSWEET Sophie Ellis-Bextor
THIS PRETTY FACE Amy MacDonald
TRY SLEEPING WITH A BROKEN HEART Alicia Keys
KICKSTARTS Example
WONDERFUL LIFE Hurts
HEARTBEAT Enrique Iglesias featuring Nicole Scherzinger
DANCE IN THE DARK Lady GaGa
STAY Hurts
WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys
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Postby CZB » Tue Jan 11, 2011 12:00 am




I wrote:Only one previous chart can come close to matching such a lack of movement in the upper range - and that was back in June 2001.....
Hopefully nobody thought the new thread title was a misprint, and that I was about to add to the vast collection of countdowns of the best of 2010?! No, that was the clue to the first retro year to be covered in the gaps between my new monthly charts in 2011. The clock is now turned back to 2001, as I have been listening again - through the YouTube links below - to my top hundred favourite songs from one decade ago. And, although some might be described at least as slightly obscure (or, I suppose, completely unknown, if readers haven't ever heard of them until now!) they are all to be found there - and fitted comfortably, if a little snugly, into exactly six hours today.

It may seem unthinkable now - but, back then, the weekly UK chart show on Radio One was still very well presented - although unfortunately I never seemed to hear very many tracks that I actually liked in it! Instead, the vast majority of what I'll be voting for in one of the weekly games on the Retro forum over the next twelve months - its playlist permitting! - come from the charts of continental Europe, and especially Germany. As with other nearby years, the emphasis is very much on Eurodance - although there are several tracks, even towards the top, that couldn't in any sense be described that way.



So.....



How many 2001 tracks reached the breakers? .....Eighty-nine - so eleven of the best other CD singles I bought from that year have made up the quota. :D

How many tracks made it into my monthly top forty? .....Fifty-seven - and one of the monthly Chartbusters turned out to be the least successful of them all! :oops:

How many reached the top ten? .....Twenty-eight - including the one I thought deserved to win the year's Eurovision Song Contest. It's someone who is apparently now a music/singing teacher - but I don't think many of her pupils would be able to reach that last top note! :o

How many went all the way to number one? .....Only three - and, inexplicably, one of them doesn't seem to have been any more than an extremely minor hit anywhere! :cry:

And who has my number one of the year? .....Well, it's the same act who had the number one in the previous retro year chart featured here, only a few weeks ago, and not much further up the page! 8-)



Here now are all the answers, in my first complete retro countdown of 2011.....



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- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CZB'S TOP HUNDRED OF 2001 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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01 02 14 SAY WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND Dario G
02 02 10 AIN'T IT FUNNY Jennifer Lopez ##
03 01 11 MY HEART IT FEELS LIKE...DUB DUB It Girls
04 02 11 WHENEVER, WHEREVER / SUERTE Shakira
05 01 09 WILL I Ian Van Dahl ##
06 02 11 SOMETHING Lasgo
07 11 13 I'M IN HEAVEN (WHEN YOU KISS ME) ATC ##
08 09 12 I'M ALIVE Celine Dion
09 05 11 FLUTE Barcode Brothers
10 01 09 HEAVEN DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do
11 02 10 UNDERNEATH YOUR CLOTHES Shakira ##
12 02 10 OBJECTION (TANGO) Shakira
13 04 12 MISSY QUEEN'S GONNA DIE Tok Tok vs Soffy O
14 11 16 DAM DUBI DAM (I MISS YOU) Millane Fernandez ##
15 13 12 FROM SARAH WITH LOVE Sarah Connor ##
16 07 12 MILK AND TOAST AND HONEY Roxette

17 02 07 CALLING Geri Halliwell
18 08 09 FORGIVEN Sylver
19 03 08 FOREVER IN LOVE Sylver
20 05 08 CAMBODIA Pulsedriver
21 03 08 YOU ARE ALIVE Fragma
22 08 09 AMENO DJ Quicksilver
23 09 09 TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART Jan Wayne meets Lena ##
24 05 08 BABY I'M A STAR Spacebelle
25 09 07 NO DREAM IMPOSSIBLE Lindsay ##
26 10 08 IN YOUR EYES Sylver
27 08 07 BOLERO Symphonic
28 14 08 INSANITY Culture Beat
29 20 12 SCREAM FOR MORE / MON COEUR RESISTE ENCORE Kate Ryan
30 08 09 DAYLIGHT IN YOUR EYES No Angels
31 13 07 SAY IT Maria Rubia ##
32 07 05 SEXY French Affair

33 10 07 SOMEDAY DJs @ Work
34 12 07 WONDERFUL LIFE T.J. Davis
35 11 07 PRAY Lasgo
36 18 08 D.F.F. (DJ'S, FANS AND FREAKS) Blank and Jones
37 07 06 CHILDREN 4 Clubbers
38 23 08 VENUS AND MARS Jo Breezer
39 12 04 KALEIDOSKOP Nicole ##
40 15 05 SAY THAT YOU'RE HERE Fragma
41 17 06 RAPTURE Iio
42 24 05 ALONE Lasgo
43 19 05 IN MY DREAMS Noemi
44 24 06 LET U GO ATB
45 21 05 CATCH YOU Bell, Book and Candle
46 26 06 4 O'CLOCK (IN THE MORNING) Lazard
47 24 05 HOLD YOU ATB
48 25 04 INTO THE SEA C.J. Stone
49 23 04 LET'S TALK ABOUT A MAN Prezioso

50 25 04 HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY Aquagen
51 27 04 SHINING STAR C.J. Stone
52 28 04 THERE YOU'LL BE Faith Hill
53 26 04 TOGETHER Woody van Eyden
54 30 03 WHOLE AGAIN Natalie Browne
55 32 04 POSSESSION Transfer
56 35 05 SOMEONE TO CALL MY LOVER Janet Jackson
57 34 03 INFECTED Barthezz ##
58 70 ---- LOVED Kim Wilde
59 77 ---- THE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON TV Mario Lopez
60 79 ---- THE CHASE Rednex
61 81 ---- ON THE MOVE Barthezz
62 93 ---- CHAIN REACTION Steps
63 95 ---- SPACE MELODY Luna Park
64 96 ---- CLOSE TO YOU Rollergirl
65 96 ---- DUCK TOY Hampenberg
66 100 -- CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD Kylie Minogue

67 100 -- SILVER SCREEN SHOWER SCENE Felix Da Housecat
68 102 -- LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT Fresh 'n' Juicy
69 102 -- LIVING ON VIDEO Ratty
70 105 -- I LIKE TO MOVE IT Bang Gang
71 105 -- WHEN JULIE SAYS Orange Blue
72 106 -- CINDERELLA Sweetbox
73 106 -- MIAMI DJ Sakin and Friends
74 107 -- BORN TO BE ALIVE Disco Boys
75 108 -- I KNOW HIM SO WELL Steps
76 109 -- I WOULD DIE FOR YOU Antique
77 109 -- SHOULDA WOULDA COULDA Beverley Knight
78 111 -- I'M FREE F.A.F.
79 113 -- MISSING Discovery
80 113 -- MY STAR Naimee Coleman
81 114 -- YOU ARE Atomic Kitten
82 115 -- MAY IT BE Enya
83 115 -- ROCK THE DISCOTHEQUE Prezioso

84 116 -- FREE Lighthouse Family
85 117 -- LIVE TO TELL Lucrezia
86 119 -- MORE THAN A WOMAN Aaliyah
87 122 -- THREE TIMES A LADY A-1
88 124 -- CLUB BIZARRE Brooklyn Bounce
89 124 -- DANCING WITH LONELINESS Schiller
90 ---- --- WONDERFUL DREAM (HOLIDAYS ARE COMING) Melanie Thornton
91 ---- --- EVERY TIME I CLOSE MY EYES Vanessa Amorosi
92 ---- --- JEANNY Reamonn featuring Xavier Naidoo
93 ---- --- KALINKA Yamboo
94 ---- --- HOW IT'S GOT TO BE Jeanette Biedermann
95 ---- --- PLANET OF LOVE Belle Perez
96 ---- --- US AGAINST THE WORLD Play
97 ---- --- NEVER ENDING STORY Creamy
98 ---- --- PRETENDER GOT MY HEART Alisha's Attic
99 ---- --- YOU WIN AGAIN B3
100 -- --- THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE AllStars

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Postby Blondini » Tue Jan 11, 2011 4:06 am

Venus and Mars and Silver Screen Shower Scene were both great singles that should have been bigger.
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Postby Tiger » Tue Jan 11, 2011 7:07 pm

These foolish games are tearing me apart

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Postby irishguy28 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 9:58 pm

I don't think I'd heard Dario G's "Say What's On Your Mind" before. I liked their first album (though wasn't too keen on the big hit Sunchyme) but never really liked the stuff that came in this decade. It's an OK song, though.

I liked Ian Van Dahl! "Will I" was released as a double A-side in Australia in 2002, where I picked it up, so although I was familiar with "Will I" from Europe the previous year, I've always come to associate the two together. There's a cracking Lange remix of "Reason" on the single.

I'll always associate "Whenever, Wherever" with my arrival in Australia - it was one of the big hits over there shortly after I arrived. But of Shakira's hits from that album, I've always somewhat preferred "Underneath Your Clothes".

Fragma's "You Are Alive" is, in my opinion, their last really good single. I've always thought it would have been even better with a stronger vocalist. But it's a great track, with a great buildup from a somewhat serious verse to a joyous chorus.

Although I didn't know Kate Ryan back in 2001, "Scream For More/Mon Coeur Resiste Encore" would later become a favourite. I think I'm correct in saying it was the only single of hers to be released (properly) in the UK?

"Rapture" was another big favourite of mine - and again, a single I picked up in Australia, the only place that I know of where the sublime Creamer & Stephane K remix was released on CD.

ATB's "Let U Go" is a fantastic track. It's such a shame that he only had such a brief period of success in the UK - and not even with his best tracks.

Kylie's "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" is nothing short of a pop-culture milestone in my book...I can even remember the first time I saw (just a glimpse) of the video, from the street, on a big screen in a bar that I happened to be passing.

I never even knew Ratty released anything other than "Sunrise (Here I Am)" - on first listen, it's not a bad track! Is it somehow related to the Pakito track of the same name?

I liked DJ Sakin's 1998 releases - I've never heard "Miami" before, though. It seems to be missing some of the magic of the UK hits.

I was such a Naimee Coleman fan back in the day - I was lucky enough to meet her a few times, and get everything I had of hers signed, and to get on the guest list for a few of her shows around this time. You've managed to get the link for My Star mixed up with Enya's "May It Be", by the way.

That Enya track is one of my favourites, and I'm not ashamed to say I'm a huge Enya fan!

I'm absolutely astounded to see Lucrezia on your list! I can't for the life of me remember where or how I discovered the track, but it may have been on holidays (where was it a hit? Spain, perhaps? Or her native Italy?). It's the best Madonna cover I've ever heard. I managed to order the single from the US, and when I was in Spain I found another single of hers - Lookin' 4 Love - the video for which I'm watching now for the very first time.
By the way, the actual video for Live To Tell is on YouTube.


I've always enjoyed Brooklyn Bounce - did they ever record an original track, I wonder? I know them best for their cover of The Music's Got Me.

Schiller is, as you probably know, a huge favourite of mine, but I lost sight of him after his brief UK visibility with "Ruhe" and didn't discover the rest of his work until a few years ago.

I knew Melanie Thornton had a big hit with "Wonderful Dream" in Germany - I believe it was used in Coca Cola's Christmas ads in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Shame that she died so tragically!


Another great stroll down memory lane there - thanks!!!
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Postby jszmiles » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:09 pm

04 02 11 WHENEVER, WHEREVER / SUERTE Shakira
06 02 11 SOMETHING Lasgo
08 09 12 I'M ALIVE Celine Dion
10 01 09 HEAVEN DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do
13 04 12 MISSY QUEEN'S GONNA DIE Tok Tok vs Soffy O
16 07 12 MILK AND TOAST AND HONEY Roxette
18 08 09 FORGIVEN Sylver
21 03 08 YOU ARE ALIVE Fragma
23 09 09 TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART Jan Wayne meets Lena ##
28 14 08 INSANITY Culture Beat
37 07 06 CHILDREN 4 Clubbers
40 15 05 SAY THAT YOU'RE HERE Fragma
41 17 06 RAPTURE Iio
44 24 06 LET U GO ATB
45 21 05 CATCH YOU Bell, Book and Candle
46 26 06 4 O'CLOCK (IN THE MORNING) Lazard
47 24 05 HOLD YOU ATB
48 25 04 INTO THE SEA C.J. Stone
49 23 04 LET'S TALK ABOUT A MAN Prezioso
55 32 04 POSSESSION Transfer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW!!!
57 34 03 INFECTED Barthezz ##
61 81 ---- ON THE MOVE Barthezz
66 100 -- CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD Kylie Minogue

67 100 -- SILVER SCREEN SHOWER SCENE Felix Da Housecat
76 109 -- I WOULD DIE FOR YOU Antique
82 115 -- MAY IT BE Enya
84 116 -- FREE Lighthouse Family
86 119 -- MORE THAN A WOMAN Aaliyah
88 124 -- CLUB BIZARRE Brooklyn Bounce
89 124 -- DANCING WITH LONELINESS Schiller
90 ---- --- WONDERFUL DREAM (HOLIDAYS ARE COMING) Melanie Thornton
91 ---- --- EVERY TIME I CLOSE MY EYES Vanessa Amorosi

what a fantastic chart!! I love you for charting "Possession". Marvelous track!! Well done!
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Postby irishguy28 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:21 pm

jszmiles wrote:I love you for charting "Possession". Marvelous track!! Well done!
Indeed - I skipped over this when looking through the list tonight, though it did cross my mind that it may be a Sarah McLachlan cover. And sure enough, when Kuba comments on it, it must be!

I've never heard this version before, and it's amazing! Nothing will ever top the original, which is one of my all-time favourite Sarah McLachlan tracks, but this cover is fantastic! Great video, too!

There's a tragic story behind the song, by the way, in case you didn't know. Sarah was sued by an obsessed fan, who claimed that the song was based on "love letters" that he had sent her. The case was never heard, though, as the guy committed suicide after several frustrated attempts to get in touch with her. Sarah has spoken about the affair, and said that writing the song was "therapeutic" in light of the attention and letters she had been receiving from crazed fans.
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Postby jszmiles » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:24 pm

^yeap yeap. I've randomly find it out after it's debut high around #60 in UK chart. Then I've found it's cover of marvelous Sarah's track. Yeap yeap, I should dig out more Transfer's tracks if there are any... :wink:
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Postby irishguy28 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:28 pm

jszmiles wrote:I've randomly find it out after it's debut high around #60 in UK chart. Then I've found it's cover of marvelous Sarah's track.
How did I miss it? It was released on Multiply in the UK, and indeed made #54 there. And it was co-produced by Mark Jolley (of Innocence) and Jimmy Gomez (who remixed several of Sunscreem's later singles).

A great discovery!
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Postby jszmiles » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:32 pm

:wink: well done there CZB :D
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Postby irishguy28 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:45 pm

CZB wrote:How many 2001 tracks reached the breakers? .....Eighty-nine - so eleven of the best other CD singles I bought from that year have made up the quota. :D
I'd love to see a listing of your entire collection someday - if you habitually buy over 100 singles a year, then it must be massive!

I only managed to keep up such a blistering pace for a few short years - this past year, I think I only bought 41 different new titles on physical format (and perhaps as many again picked up in second-hand stores, which are much older titles), which would be the lowest since the mid 1990s.
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Postby irishguy28 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:53 pm

4 O'CLOCK (IN THE MORNING) Lazard

Another great cover I was only vaguely familiar with before. Love the Beverley Craven original!
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Postby CZB » Thu Jan 13, 2011 1:19 am

irishguy28 wrote:I don't think I'd heard Dario G's "Say What's On Your Mind" before. I liked their first album (though wasn't too keen on the big hit Sunchyme) but never really liked the stuff that came in this decade. It's an OK song, though.
I’m fairly sure that it was meant to be the follow-up to “Dream To Me” in the UK - but for some reason it was never released! However, it was certainly an official single in parts of continental Europe, and was a minor hit in Germany ( 68 82 70 95 91 96 96 95 )





irishguy28 wrote:Although I didn't know Kate Ryan back in 2001, "Scream For More/Mon Coeur Resiste Encore" would later become a favourite. I think I'm correct in saying it was the only single of hers to be released (properly) in the UK?
I had the feeling that something wasn’t quite right with that line - but it was late at night, and somehow I couldn’t see what had gone wrong! :oops: I’ll make a note to correct it.

In the UK, it was a double-A-side with “Desenchantee” - I remember seeing both the CD and 12” single on sale here when released, which was a long time after I had obtained both tracks on their various continental releases. It spent two weeks in the UK top 200 ( 92 135 ).

Although it was rumoured to be getting a UK release (a mostly-English version was even recorded) I don’t think “Ella Elle L’a” ever officially made it - so (unfortunately!) I think you’re right that, so far, nothing else of hers has followed that first not-quite-a-hit here.






irishguy28 wrote:Kylie's "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" is nothing short of a pop-culture milestone in my book...I can even remember the first time I saw (just a glimpse) of the video, from the street, on a big screen in a bar that I happened to be passing.
I suppose the video was a particularly memorable one - but, with a lowly number 100 peak, quite a long way short of my top 40, I’ve never considered the song as one of my favourites by Kylie. Fifteen of her other releases (mainly much earlier ones) fared much better - several of them reaching my top ten.






irishguy28 wrote:I never even knew Ratty released anything other than "Sunrise (Here I Am)" - on first listen, it's not a bad track! Is it somehow related to the Pakito track of the same name?
It was only some time after writing and posting this commentary that it occurred to me that this was (yet!) another year in which there were a lot of cover versions of earlier releases - indeed, almost a quarter of the top hundred! Ratty’s “Living On Video” is a cover version of the original UK and continental hit of the same name by Trans-X, as is the more recent one by Pakito......and two others (Lazard and the Potatoheadz) also reached the breakers.






irishguy28 wrote:That Enya track is one of my favourites, and I'm not ashamed to say I'm a huge Enya fan! You've managed to get the link for My Star mixed up with Enya's "May It Be", by the way.
Enya had two number ones in my chart - “Only If” and “Only Time” - but, although “May It Be” fell a long way short of my top 40, it entered the German chart at number one! Oops - I accidentally have the “My Star” link on both of those tracks. Thanks - I’ll replace the wrong one with a link to the Enya song.





irishguy28 wrote:I'm absolutely astounded to see Lucrezia on your list! I can't for the life of me remember where or how I discovered the track, but it may have been on holidays (where was it a hit? Spain, perhaps? Or her native Italy?). It's the best Madonna cover I've ever heard. I managed to order the single from the US, and when I was in Spain I found another single of hers - Lookin' 4 Love - the video for which I'm watching now for the very first time.
I’m not sure, but I think I originally bought a 12” of this at a record fair without having previously heard it - because it was very cheap, but was clearly a cover version of a Madonna song I liked! I later got the CD single from Germany - equally cheaply, I think - but it might not have been released there, nor in many other countries either. The only chart success I can see for it anywhere is that it spent one week at number 48 in Italy.

“Lookin’ 4 Love” is currently one place below “Live To Tell” in my overall ranking - they’re at 3453 and 3454! - purely on alphabetical order by title, as they both peaked at 117. I have (hopefully correctly) “Lookin’ 4 Love” in 2000 - a year which I haven’t yet featured here, but no doubt will later on in 2011 - but it was a year in which an exceptionally high number of tracks reached the breakers, so that one will actually miss the top 100 of the year by quite a long way!





irishguy28 wrote:Schiller is, as you probably know, a huge favourite of mine, but I lost sight of him after his brief UK visibility with "Ruhe" and didn't discover the rest of his work until a few years ago.
I had the feeling that I had seen a few Schiller tracks in your charts, and in Kuba’s - but maybe not in many others‘! That’s the only one I’ve ever bought, though.





irishguy28 wrote:I've always enjoyed Brooklyn Bounce - did they ever record an original track, I wonder? I know them best for their cover of The Music's Got Me.
They had quite a few continental hits - although I’m not sure whether any were all their own work..... Again, “Club Bizarre” was the only one I ever (slightly) liked.





jszmiles wrote:55 32 04 POSSESSION Transfer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOW!!!

what a fantastic chart!! I love you for charting "Possession". Marvelous track!! Well done!

I've randomly find it out after it's debut high around #60 in UK chart. Then I've found it's cover of marvelous Sarah's track.
Thanks! I remember originally hearing this, and seeing the video, on a UK television programme ahead of its release, although I’ve no idea which one. It had two weeks in the UK chart ( 54 83 ) at a time when exclusion rules unfortunately meant that a lot of tracks would disappear after just two weeks, even if they continued to sell for a bit longer - but it did rather better in Belgium (49 47 45 35 27 30 32 43). However, the only other country in which I’m aware that it charted at all is France (85 98 98 ) - so it’s possible that wasn’t even released as a single in (m)any other territories.

irishguy28 wrote:There's a tragic story behind the song, by the way, in case you didn't know. Sarah was sued by an obsessed fan, who claimed that the song was based on "love letters" that he had sent her. The case was never heard, though, as the guy committed suicide after several frustrated attempts to get in touch with her. Sarah has spoken about the affair, and said that writing the song was "therapeutic" in light of the attention and letters she had been receiving from crazed fans.
Until I read yours and Kuba’s posts about this track just now, I didn’t even know it was a cover version of a Sarah McLachlan song!!! :oops: :oops:
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Postby irishguy28 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:47 am

Yes, it occurred to me that - even for you - there appeared to be a huge number of cover versions in 2001's rundown!

As for Lucrezia - you're right, Lookin' 4 Love came out in 2000 (so it was already quite old before I found my copy).

You're right about Kate Ryan's "Ella, Elle L'A" supposedly getting a release in the UK - there was much excited talk here on UKMIx at the time, which was quite a while after Eurovision as I recall - but of course (as seems to be frequently the case with Kate), it all came to naught!
She's not done all that badly on the UK club charts down through the years, so it's strange that no-one ever took a chance on releasing any other singles of hers. One of her Swedish producers, Niklas Kings, used to post here a number of years ago, mostly to big-up his own productions, including Kate Ryan. I think it was most likely "Ella, Elle L'A" that was the subject of some heated debate - him wagering anything that it would become a UK hit, and me saying that it would never even be released in the UK. It led on to a bit of piss-taking at Kate's reliance on covers - Kings opened a thread asking for suggestions for covers, and I suggested covering Nena's 99 Luftballons as "Quatre-Vingt-Dix-Neuf Montgolfières" :oops:

I must try and find those posts again....


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Postby jszmiles » Thu Jan 13, 2011 8:26 am

irishguy28 wrote:
There's a tragic story behind the song, by the way, in case you didn't know. Sarah was sued by an obsessed fan, who claimed that the song was based on "love letters" that he had sent her. The case was never heard, though, as the guy committed suicide after several frustrated attempts to get in touch with her. Sarah has spoken about the affair, and said that writing the song was "therapeutic" in light of the attention and letters she had been receiving from crazed fans.
:o wow, I didn't know that.
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Postby irishguy28 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 8:52 am

Yeah, it's really quite a dark, sinister song. The "intimacy" of the chorus is tinged with an unmistakable brutality, which, taken together with the title, suggests that the object of the protagonist's desire is an unwilling recipient of such attention.
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Postby CZB » Thu Jan 13, 2011 10:51 pm

I have now corrected the errors I made in numbers 29 and 82 of the 2001 top 100, on the previous page. As always, if anyone ever spots anything else that is wrong, don't hesitate to mention it - even if (indeed, especially if!) it's a track that really ought to be moved to an earlier year!






irishguy28 wrote:4 O'CLOCK (IN THE MORNING) Lazard

Another great cover I was only vaguely familiar with before. Love the Beverley Craven original!
So do I. I've never understood why - but Beverley Craven's "Promise Me" originally charted in Ireland several months before it was released in the UK.....which means that it will be appearing, in a suitably high position, in the very next retro chart due to be featured here - in about a week's time! :D






irishguy28 wrote:I'd love to see a listing of your entire collection someday - if you habitually buy over 100 singles a year, then it must be massive!

I only managed to keep up such a blistering pace for a few short years - this past year, I think I only bought 41 different new titles on physical format (and perhaps as many again picked up in second-hand stores, which are much older titles), which would be the lowest since the mid 1990s.
Although I have almost never bought more than about two or three singles a week, it certainly does mount up - to, as you say, usually a little over 100 per year. And, as I first bought a record in mid-1978, getting on for 33 years ago, the grand total is indeed getting huge!

I have the impression that, like you, I have been buying fewer CDs and records recently (partly as they are beginning to become more difficult to obtain, with some companies increasingly reluctant to release physical product). However, I don't really have the full statistics available to confirm or deny this - as a lot of my more impulsive buys (over 1000 singles that were very cheap, or were by artists that had impressed me previously, or were cover versions of songs I already liked, or were otherwise interesting for some reason - television theme tunes, for example) that didn't reach my monthly charts, or even the breakers, aren't yet allocated to years in my summary spreadsheets. Of course, I have already had to dip into these to complete top 100s for some of the years - including 2001, and others from that decade - as there haven't always been as many as 100 breakers in a year!

I was going to post a more detailed table of how the years have varied - but I couldn't easily get it into a legible format that would post correctly..... and then, on closer inspection, I realised it was not quite up-to-date, and still clearly had quite a few errors. But, extracting (and rounding/approximating) just the main details, it's at least clear that fewer tracks are reaching my monthly chart nowadays than previously:

1970s and earlier - 200+
1980s - 900+
1990s - 700+
2000s - 600+ (including 26 so far from 2010)

Total hits to date: 2,469

The total number of tracks reaching the breakers (or "assumed" to have done so in the earliest years), including the hits:

1970s and earlier - 400+
1980s - 1000+
1990s - 1250+
2000s - nearly 1000
2010 - 53 so far

Total breakers to date: over 3,700

So, adding in the 1000+ non-breakers mentioned above, the total number of singles I have bought is by now well on the way towards 5,000..... Maybe, when it actually gets to that point - probably in about a couple more years' time! - I should attempt a "CZB 5000" ?!


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Postby irishguy28 » Sat Jan 15, 2011 2:24 pm

CZB wrote:I have now corrected the errors I made in numbers 29 and 82 of the 2001 top 100, on the previous page.
The problem wasn´t with #82, but with #80!

CZB wrote:So do I. I've never understood why - but Beverley Craven's "Promise Me" originally charted in Ireland several months before it was released in the UK.....which means that it will be appearing, in a suitably high position, in the very next retro chart due to be featured here - in about a week's time! :D
I just assumed that it became a hit at the time of first release in Ireland, but needed a second attempt to get noticed in the UK. Regardless, it became a hit in the end. But it´s a beautiful track.

CZB wrote:Although I have almost never bought more than about two or three singles a week, it certainly does mount up - to, as you say, usually a little over 100 per year. And, as I first bought a record in mid-1978, getting on for 33 years ago, the grand total is indeed getting huge!

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So, adding in the 1000+ non-breakers mentioned above, the total number of singles I have bought is by now well on the way towards 5,000..... Maybe, when it actually gets to that point - probably in about a couple more years' time! - I should attempt a "CZB 5000" ?! [b]

I´m in Germany at the moment, and have just picked up another handful of singles (Germany is great in that there is still a reason for the record companies to release CD singles, as you know - long may it continue! Even if they typically are only 2-track discs for a very pricey €3.99).

Your Top 5000 of all time would be a mighty undertaking (but I´m sure it would be an incredibly popular thread on here).
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Postby Benny » Sat Jan 15, 2011 6:52 pm

CZB wrote:CZB'S TOP HUNDRED OF 2001
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01 02 14 SAY WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND Dario G
02 02 10 AIN'T IT FUNNY Jennifer Lopez ##
04 02 11 WHENEVER, WHEREVER / SUERTE Shakira
06 02 11 SOMETHING Lasgo
08 09 12 I'M ALIVE Celine Dion
10 01 09 HEAVEN DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do
11 02 10 UNDERNEATH YOUR CLOTHES Shakira ##
12 02 10 OBJECTION (TANGO) Shakira
15 13 12 FROM SARAH WITH LOVE Sarah Connor ##
16 07 12 MILK AND TOAST AND HONEY Roxette
18 08 09 FORGIVEN Sylver
19 03 08 FOREVER IN LOVE Sylver
23 09 09 TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HEART Jan Wayne meets Lena ##
52 28 04 THERE YOU'LL BE Faith Hill
66 100 -- CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD Kylie Minogue
81 114 -- YOU ARE Atomic Kitten
82 115 -- MAY IT BE Enya
84 116 -- FREE Lighthouse Family
91 ---- --- EVERY TIME I CLOSE MY EYES Vanessa Amorosi
94 ---- --- HOW IT'S GOT TO BE Jeanette Biedermann

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For me, the best ones are Kylie, Shakira, Lighthouse Family & Faith Hill.
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Postby CZB » Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:29 pm

irishguy28 wrote:I´m in Germany at the moment, and have just picked up another handful of singles (Germany is great in that there is still a reason for the record companies to release CD singles, as you know - long may it continue!
Yes indeed - let's hope so. I get a significant proportion of my CD singles from Germany nowadays!





irishguy28 wrote:Beverley Craven's "Promise Me"....I just assumed that it became a hit at the time of first release in Ireland, but needed a second attempt to get noticed in the UK.
It first entered the Irish charts at the end of August 1990 - so I would have certainly picked up a copy if I had found one in any of my regular trawls through the new release sections or bargain bins (especially for reasons to be revealed in the next retro chart commentary!) in the last third of that year. But I didn't at that time - I couldn't get one until 1991.

However, this Wikipedia page would seem to confirm that your theory is correct - and, according to that, "Promise Me" was the first of four UK singles released in 1990, all of which then flopped, although three of them charted on re-release in 1991. So - unless it was not stocked in the shops I visited - the first release of "Promise Me" had most likely been and gone before I even started to look out for it.

I never realised that this, and "Holding On", and "Woman To Woman", all needed a second release to become hits in the UK! (Or, indeed, that Beverley Craven is almost exactly one year older than me - I thought she was a bit younger.....)





irishguy28 wrote:The problem wasn´t with #82, but with #80!
:oops: :oops: :oops: Oh dear.....HOW could I have not spotted that I was replacing an already-correct link with the same correct link, also incorrectly shown a couple of lines higher?!?! :roll: I have finally corrected the other link for "My Star" at number 80 now, I hope! :D
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