CZB's Chart, July - 2018 (Month 466), and top 112 of 2011 !

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Postby CZB » Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:00 am








When I first compiled my monthly chart, at the age of fifteen, thirty-three years ago.....I could never have envisaged that by this point I would be making each new one available for a wider audience to see!!!








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CZB'S TOP FORTY --------------- Month 400 --------------- DECEMBER 2012
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01 06 02 SONNENTANZ Klangkarussell ##
02 01 03 GREYHOUND Swedish House Mafia
03 02 03 SUMMERTIME SADNESS Lana Del Rey
04 03 03 SHE WOLF (FALLING TO PIECES) David Guetta featuring Sia
05 37 02 CARRY ON Fun [Rapid Riser]
06 05 03 WILDEST MOMENTS Jessie Ware
07 04 05 SOME NIGHTS Fun
08 07 07 WE ARE YOUNG Fun featuring Janelle Monae
09 08 06 DON'T LEAVE ME (NE ME QUITTE PAS) Regina Spektor
10 09 06 DEFAULT Django Django

11 12 05 INSPECTOR NORSE Todd Terje
12 14 03 MILLION VOICES Otto Knows ##
13 ---- 01 BLUE VELVET Lana Del Rey [Highest New Entry]
14 10 08 SARAH Heidi Happy
15 ---- 01 SUITS YOU WELL Kato ##
16 15 07 COLOURS Emma Hewitt
17 16 05 DA BOP WTF! ##
18 25 02 THE WALLS OF THE WORLD Katie Melua
19 13 08 BETTER THAN A DREAM Katie Melua ##
20 19 06 THE BIT THAT I DON'T GET Katie Melua

21 11 08 YOU DON'T LOVE ME Caro Emerald
22 40 02 MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Gossip
23 17 09 LEVELS Avicii
24 34 02 SILHOUETTES Avicii
25 18 04 THE VELDT Deadmau5 featuring Chris James ##
26 20 06 PRIMADONNA Marina and the Diamonds ##
27 23 09 NOVA ZEMBLA Wiegel Meirmans Snitker
28 29 04 THE NIGHT OUT Martin Solveig
29 30 05 DU UND ICH Colina
30 27 12 BEFORE Barbara Dex [Longest Laster] ##

31 22 07 ROCK WITH YOU Bob Sinclar featuring Sophie Ellis-Bextor
32 21 05 RESURRECTION Michael Calfan
33 24 08 DR WANNA DO Caro Emerald
34 ---- 01 NIGHT LIGHT Jessie Ware
35 28 08 WILD ONES Flo Rida featuring Sia
36 32 05 ONLY THE HORSES Scissor Sisters
37 33 11 EPIC Sandro Silva and Quintino ##
38 35 08 BLESSED Tom Hangs and Shermanology
39 26 07 YOU AND ME Joan Franka [Fastest Faller] ##
40 ---- 01 HAIL BOP Django Django
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TOP 40 BREAKERS:
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01 [ 00 ] LE MIRACLE Celine Dion [Chartbuster] ##
02 [ 02 ] GIVE AND TAKE Netsky
03 [ 06 ] DAS GEZABEL Paul Kalkbrenner
04 [ 05 ] CALL ME MAYBE Carly Rae Jepsen
05 [ 00 ] HOW Regina Spektor
06 [ 09 ] TIME Chase and Status featuring Delilah
07 [ 07 ] FEEL SO CLOSE Calvin Harris
08 [ 11 ] THE ENTERTAINER Marvin Hamlisch
09 [ 10 ] PICKING UP THE PIECES Paloma Faith
10 [ 33 ] BRUISES Train featuring Ashley Monroe

11 [ 12 ] 50 WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE Train
12 [ 15 ] DRIVE BY Train
13 [ 17 ] ALL THE ROWBOATS Regina Spektor
14 [ 21 ] ANGELS The XX
15 [ 18 ] HIMMEL AUF Silbermond
16 [ 16 ] NEXT TO ME Emeli Sande
17 [ 19 ] TIMEBOMB Kylie Minogue
18 [ 20 ] SLOW IT DOWN Amy MacDonald
19 [ 22 ] COME ALIVE Netsky
20 [ 30 ] GOOD TIME Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen

21 [ 32 ] GET A LIFE Fritz Kalkbrenner
22 [ 23 ] LAURA Bat For Lashes
23 [ 24 ] LET'S GO Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo
24 [ 27 ] LEAVING Pet Shop Boys
25 [ 28 ] RUNAWAYS Killers
26 [ 00 ] WHEN THE THAMES FROZE Smith and Burrows
27 [ 31 ] THIS IS LOVE Will.i.am featuring Eva Simons
28 [ 00 ] I LOVE IT Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX
29 [ 36 ] MOLLY Cedric Gervais
30 [ 00 ] RIDE Lana Del Rey

31 [ 00 ] HERE WITH ME Killers
32 [ 40 ] WHERE THE WILD ROSES GROW Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue
33 [ 38 ] BETTER THE DEVIL YOU KNOW Kylie Minogue
34 [ 34 ] GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN Cyndi Lauper
35 [ 35 ] BETTER OFF ALONE DJ Jurgen presents Alice Deejay
36 [ 37 ] ALL THE LOVERS Kylie Minogue
37 [ 39 ] LOCOMOTION Kylie Minogue
38 [ 00 ] I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY Kylie Minogue
39 [ 00 ] NEVER TOO LATE Kylie Minogue
40 [ 00 ] ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS Kylie Minogue
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Number one seven years ago: UN MONDE PARFAIT Ilona Mitrecey
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Number one fifteen years ago: SUNCHYME Dario G
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Number one thirty years ago: IT'S GONNA BE A LONG NIGHT Lori Singer
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In my very first monthly chart, back in August 1979, the number one was “One Day At A Time” by Gloria - and now, in the four hundredth, “Sonnentanz” by Klangkarussell becomes the latest, and the two hundredth, to reach pole position. The instrumental that is currently in the top five in Switzerland and Germany as well as their homeland, Austria, for Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held climbs five places from its number six debut in November, having been October’s Chartbuster, and is the record-breaking eleventh number one of this year. Just one track held the top spot for two months in 2012 - Wiegel, Meirmans and Snitker with “Nova Zembla” - although Fun hit the top twice, with “We Are Young” in June and “Some Nights” in September. Both of these tracks are still in my top ten - indeed, “We Are Young” is the first hit since Haiducii’s “Dragostea Din Tei” in 2004 to remain there for as long as six months after being at the top. It has slid downwards so slowly that it has so far only reached number eight. With “Some Nights” also down one place at six, the American group came very close to having three hits in adjacent positions, as their third is this month’s Rapid Riser. “Carry On” races up thirty-two places to number five, and must be a strong contender for the first number one of 2013. That’s one of nine climbers this month - another of which is Katie Melua’s “The Walls Of The World”. Up seven places at number 18, this is now just above the other two successes from her latest album - “The Bit That I Don’t Get” at 20, and the former number one and former Chartbuster “Better Than A Dream” at 19. Among twenty-five other tracks moving downwards are former Chartbusters by Joan Franka and Barbara Dex - who have the fastest faller and longest laster respectively. “You And Me” dives thirteen places to 39, while “Before” shuffles down three at 30, having spent a whole year inside the top forty.

That leaves room for four new entries this time. November’s Chartbuster from Kato, “Suits You Well”, debuts at number 15 - which has recently become a popular position for Chartbusters to enter at. It’s the sixth to appear there in 2012! It’s the first success for the 21-year-old Belgian - but the other three newcomers are all for acts who also still feature in my current top ten. Django Django are down one place at ten with “Default”, and follow that up with “Hail Bop” at 40.....Jessie Ware is down one at six with October’s number one “Wildest Moments”, and “Night Light” is brand new at 34.....and Lana Del Rey falls from two to three with “Summertime Sadness”, but has the highest new entry at 13 with “Blue Velvet”. She also has one of this month’s six new breakers with “Ride” - but these are outnumbered by former hits and breakers by Kylie Minogue, mostly tracks re-recorded for her recent album “The Abbey Road Sessions”. Joining her latest (but smallest) UK hit “Timebomb” and the four former major successes that returned last month are “I Should Be So Lucky”, “Never Too Late” and “On A Night Like This”, giving her an unprecedented eight simultaneous breakers - although none are actually in the top 100. Nor is a new potential hit for the Killers, “Here With Me”, or a possible first hit for the Swedish but occasionally London-based electropop duo Icona Pop, with “I Love It”. Years ago, I don’t imagine that I ever thought I would buy a single including lyrics such as “I threw your sh!t into a bag and pushed it down the stairs” - but I guess there’s a first time for everything!

It has been quite some time since a Christmas-related release has entered my top forty - however, one that may do next month is from another duo. It’s a collaboration between Tom Smith of the Editors and Andy Burrows of Razorlight - “When The Thames Froze”. Meanwhile, in the most closely-contested battle for Chartbuster for some time, the Russian singer who was at number one in August with “Don’t Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas)” narrowly misses out, but makes such a high debut in the breakers that a new entry in January is virtually certain for Regina Spektor with “How”. But guaranteed to get a new hit then is a 44-year-old Canadian singer who has already had nine solo top forty entries - and also impressed me with several other recordings, some performed together with other artists. Her first success was with the song which brought her victory in the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest, “Ne Partez Pas Sans Moi” - and her latest was over nine years ago, “I’m Alive”. Most of the others were in English - but now she returns to singing in French. My Record of the Month for December 2012 is Celine Dion, with “Le Miracle”.


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Postby CrazyCrazy » Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:03 am

Eclectic taste you have!! :o 8-) Wow at you compiling since you were 15! :o :D

Oh and great PSB chart, love that you do artist collective charts as well. 8-)
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Postby Benny » Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:10 am

02 01 03 GREYHOUND Swedish House Mafia
03 02 03 SUMMERTIME SADNESS Lana Del Rey
04 03 03 SHE WOLF (FALLING TO PIECES) David Guetta featuring Sia
05 37 02 CARRY ON Fun [Rapid Riser]
07 04 05 SOME NIGHTS Fun
08 07 07 WE ARE YOUNG Fun featuring Janelle Monae
22 40 02 MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Gossip
26 20 06 PRIMADONNA Marina and the Diamonds ##
28 29 04 THE NIGHT OUT Martin Solveig

My favourite ones, especially the three Fun singles :wink:
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Postby Tiger » Sat Dec 01, 2012 6:09 pm

CZB wrote:04 03 03 SHE WOLF (FALLING TO PIECES) David Guetta featuring Sia
05 37 02 CARRY ON Fun [Rapid Riser]
07 04 05 SOME NIGHTS Fun

12 14 03 MILLION VOICES Otto Knows ##
19 13 08 BETTER THAN A DREAM Katie Melua ##

23 17 09 LEVELS Avicii
24 34 02 SILHOUETTES Avicii
26 20 06 PRIMADONNA Marina and the Diamonds ##

33 24 08 DR WANNA DO Caro Emerald
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TOP 40 BREAKERS:
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01 [ 00 ] LE MIRACLE Celine Dion [Chartbuster] ##
04 [ 05 ] CALL ME MAYBE Carly Rae Jepsen
05 [ 00 ] HOW Regina Spektor
08 [ 11 ] THE ENTERTAINER Marvin Hamlisch

11 [ 12 ] 50 WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE Train
12 [ 15 ] DRIVE BY Train
13 [ 17 ] ALL THE ROWBOATS Regina Spektor
16 [ 16 ] NEXT TO ME Emeli Sande
18 [ 20 ] SLOW IT DOWN Amy MacDonald

23 [ 24 ] LET'S GO Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo
24 [ 27 ] LEAVING Pet Shop Boys
30 [ 00 ] RIDE Lana Del Rey

32 [ 40 ] WHERE THE WILD ROSES GROW Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue
34 [ 34 ] GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN Cyndi Lauper
37 [ 39 ] LOCOMOTION Kylie Minogue
38 [ 00 ] I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY Kylie Minogue
39 [ 00 ] NEVER TOO LATE Kylie Minogue
40 [ 00 ] ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS Kylie Minogue
AMAZING Celine Dion! (I assume I havent heard it) :P
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Postby josecharts » Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:05 am

really cool charts!
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Postby Haribo » Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:36 am

Thirty years ago? How old are you? :o
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Postby joel77m77 » Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:42 am

WOW, congrats on keeping to making your chart for 33 years. :D
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Postby GoodBoyGoneBad » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:07 pm

Glad to see On A Night Like This.
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Postby Wayne » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:15 pm

Great to see Celine, CZB! Have you heard the album?

Le Miracle was my #1 last week!
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Postby CZB » Tue Dec 04, 2012 12:00 am

Thanks for all the comments! :D





04wayne wrote:Great to see Celine, CZB! Have you heard the album?
I generally buy singles whenever possible - but, as the only two copies of "Le Miracle" as a single on ebay are currently priced at several hundreds of pounds each (presumably they are very rare!) I bought the album instead (£7.19 from WOWHD, formerly CD WOW). I think the only other track I have heard is "Parler A Mon Pere" - both were featured in the Swiss chart show on DRS-3 Radio in recent weeks.

04wayne wrote:Le Miracle was my #1 last week!
I noticed that, when I was collecting in the top fives for the most recent UKmixParade! Unfortunately, it didn't make an entry - as your chart for that week wasn't posted until after the beginning of the next one, and later that week it was back down to number three.....






Haribo wrote:Thirty years ago? How old are you? :o
There was a clue at the beginning of my previous post - "When I first compiled my monthly chart, at the age of fifteen, thirty-three years ago.....





joel77m77 wrote:WOW, congrats on keeping to making your chart for 33 years.
Thanks! When I first started, I think I considered doing it weekly, but realised that it would be annoying if I had to miss a week from time to time due to study, or later work, commitments or other reasons - and that the limited number of records I was buying meant that it probably wouldn't change much from week to week anyway. Monthly meant there would be no gaps!

Recently, I have been giving some thought as to whether, at this point (the end of 2012 / four hundred months) I should change the format, rules or methodology of my charts at all. One option I even considered was stopping entirely - as I suspected that it would be becoming more difficult / impossible to source the tracks I liked on physical formats - vinyl ideally, or at least CD - and this problem is likely to worsen as time goes on!

The quality of new music is, arguably, also on the decline - which has meant that there is a chance that in some months there will be very few new breakers. Although the eligibility of old hits and former breakers to return has enabled some newer releases not to hang around for quite so long, I thought about reducing the length of the chart and/or the breakers. On the other hand, the existing approach has worked well enough without change since the beginning of 1994 - when I allowed tracks that were available on CD only, not on vinyl, to enter the top forty for the first time, subject to slight restrictions on position and movement. But, since then, less than a hundred have charted on CD only.....so I think I have decided to retain the current format and rules for the foreseeable future.





crazycrazy wrote: Eclectic taste you have!! :o 8-) Wow at you compiling since you were 15! :o :D
Previously, I have revealed more of my favourites from decades gone by - posting top hundreds of each year up to and including 2009, and I've also combined several of these into charts of five-year periods. All of these can be found earlier in this thread - and there's a full index in the very first post! However, up until now, I have avoided posting any kind of "all-time" chart - mainly as it would only ever be up-to-date for one month, as the points scored by each track in each new month's top forty would gradually move them upwards, as everything else slides slowly downwards to accommodate them!

December, though, is traditionally a month for lengthier countdowns here in the Personal Charts forum - and, to celebrate reaching this four-hundred charts landmark, just this once, I'm going to gradually count down my top four hundred of all time throughout the month. I've worked out that I need to set aside an hour a day to have a reasonable chance of getting to the end without delaying the first new chart of 2013 - which hopefully I can fit around other commitments such as work (which, all being well, I expect to do for just one day in December) and the UKmixParade of 2012, for which I need to start combining well over three thousand top fives in about a week's time! So I plan to post a new instalment at midnight every day if at all possible - starting now!

I can reveal in advance that the top 400 includes one track from 1966, one from 1968, and at least one track from every year from 1971 to 2012.....and, although I'm unfortunately not going to have time to include the full chart-runs, I'm noting as usual for each one their peak position, the total number of months they spent in my top forty, and their place in the appropriate annual chart (so it can be seen even from an early stage how many hits are still to come from each year!)

So, let's make a start - and, as there are some unusually long tracks right at the bottom of the top 400 (two are close to five and a half minutes each!) this initial hour covers just the first fifteen hits - a typical mix of the very well known and the almost completely unknown! ( Although, as I've mentioned before, almost all have been sales successes somewhere! )













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---- CZB'S TOP 400 OF ALL TIME (As At December 2012) - Part One ----
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 400 12 15 1996 07 VAMONOS (HEY CHICA ARE YOU READY?) Garcia
399 09 16 1983 24 ICH HAB' DICH DOCH LIEB Nicole and Trio
398 08 11 1990 12 HOW TO DANCE Bingo Boys and Princessa
397 07 08 1986 23 MIDNIGHT LADY Chris Norman
396 04 09 2006 14 NEW YORK NEW YORK Moby and Debbie Harry
395 04 10 2002 10 OVERLOAD Voodoo and Serano
394 04 12 1980 08 CHRISTMAS COUNTDOWN Frank Kelly
393 03 09 2008 09 WARWICK AVENUE Duffy
392 03 09 1990 11 PROMISE ME Beverley Craven
391 03 09 2006 13 LOST Roger Sanchez
390 03 11 2004 17 THEY Jem
389 03 12 1997 05 MY HEART WILL GO ON Celine Dion
388 02 07 1994 08 COTTON EYE JOE Rednex
387 02 10 2005 07 SPREAD MY WINGS Leki
386 01 09 2011 12 THE EDGE OF GLORY Lady GaGa

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Postby Haribo » Tue Dec 04, 2012 2:26 am

I love "My Heart Will Go On". "The Edge of Glory" is great too.
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Postby GoodBoyGoneBad » Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:58 am

396 04 09 2006 14 NEW YORK NEW YORK Moby and Debbie Harry
390 03 11 2004 17 THEY Jem
389 03 12 1997 05 MY HEART WILL GO ON Celine Dion
386 01 09 2011 12 THE EDGE OF GLORY Lady GaGa

Nice start.
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Postby Benny » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:44 am

Great to see an all-time chart of yours! I will definitely follow this. So far I like "Warwick Avenue", "My Heart Will Go On" and "Cotton Eye Joe". :D
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Postby CZB » Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:05 pm

Haribo wrote:I love "My Heart Will Go On". "The Edge of Glory" is great too.
Perhaps surprisingly, Celine Dion and Lady GaGa have only one other hit each still to come later on!

GoodBoyGoneBad wrote:396 04 09 2006 14 NEW YORK NEW YORK Moby and Debbie Harry
390 03 11 2004 17 THEY Jem
Although Debbie Harry reached number one in my chart with Blondie and "The Tide Is High", this has fallen a long way short of the top 400 - it's currently at 1028.

Jem was very unlucky to miss out on a second appearance here, however - a month ago, "Wish I" was in 400th position, but it has fallen two places because a couple of recent number ones from my current chart scored enough points in the 400th month to bring them just inside the all-time top 400! They're both coming up in tonight's update.....

Benny wrote:So far I like "Warwick Avenue", "My Heart Will Go On" and "Cotton Eye Joe". :D
.....and so is the second of three top hits appearing from Rednex! But Duffy just makes a single appearance - having only ever impressed me with one other single. That was "Stepping Stone", which peaked at number eight but spent eleven months in the top forty, and is at 536.

Thanks for the comments - the next update is in just under seven hours from now! :D
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Postby FreakyFlyBry » Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:09 pm

CZB wrote: 398 08 11 1990 12 HOW TO DANCE Bingo Boys and Princessa
396 04 09 2006 14 NEW YORK NEW YORK Moby and Debbie Harry
393 03 09 2008 09 WARWICK AVENUE Duffy
390 03 11 2004 17 THEY Jem
389 03 12 1997 05 MY HEART WILL GO ON Celine Dion
388 02 07 1994 08 COTTON EYE JOE Rednex
386 01 09 2011 12 THE EDGE OF GLORY Lady GaGa[/size]
Good start to the all-time chart :D
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Postby joel77m77 » Tue Dec 04, 2012 7:30 pm

Haribo wrote:I love "My Heart Will Go On". "The Edge of Glory" is great too.
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Postby Spartan » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:54 pm

Great songs there from Moby/Debbie Harry, Jem, Duffy and Celine. :)
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Postby CZB » Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:00 am

There seems to be general agreement on the more popular tracks in the first fifteen - but I wonder if there will be as many well-known choices in tonight's next sixteen, even though most of them are from the current century.....













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---- CZB'S TOP 400 OF ALL TIME (As At December 2012) - Part Two ----
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385 01 12 2011 11 WITHOUT YOU David Guetta featuring Usher
384 11 11 1985 20 CHERI CHERI LADY Modern Talking
383 05 07 1987 20 WHAT A NIGHT (PARTY NIGHT) Dolly Dots
382 03 08 2005 06 AUTOMATIC Elize
381 03 10 1995 07 ROLLING HOME Rednex
380 03 10 2004 16 EVERYTIME Britney Spears
379 02 10 2007 11 MUSIC BOX DANCER DJ Schwede
378 02 10 2010 09 DISARM YOURSELF Dash Berlin and Emma Hewitt
377 01 07 2011 10 WE ARE YOUNG Fun featuring Janelle Monae ~~
376 01 08 2012 01 BETTER THAN A DREAM Katie Melua ~~
375 01 09 2000 19 ONLY TIME Enya
374 01 11 2004 15 UNDER THE WEATHER KT Tunstall
373 15 22 2005 05 EVERYTIME WE TOUCH Cascada
372 08 09 1985 19 WOODY BOOGIE Baltimora
371 07 08 1984 16 MAGDALENA Gemini
370 07 10 1990 10 HEAL THE PAIN George Michael

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Postby JSparksFan » Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:07 am

Thirty-three years of compiling charts? :o Oh my, that's a long time! I hope I can say the same in three decades. :)

"Warwick Avenue" is good but "Mercy" is definitely the better song. "My Heart Will Go On" is legendary and I actually feel it doesn't get the deserve due to it as it's a well-written, well-delivered ballad by one of music's all-time greatest singers. It's certainly among my fave 90's classics. "The Edge of Glory" is probably my second fave from that first batch.

"Without You" is good but my sister's obsession with it has killed some of the magic for me. "Everytime" took forever to grow on me but it's one of my favourite Britney ballads now. "Only Time" is nice. I heard it for the first time the other day. The best song from the second batch is easily Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" though. Pop/Dance music doesn't get much better than that gem. 8-)
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Postby Haribo » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:07 am

"Everytime" is nice.
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Postby Marius » Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:27 pm

400 12 15 1996 07 VAMONOS (HEY CHICA ARE YOU READY?) Garcia

Would have never expected this in an all time chart!

398 08 11 1990 12 HOW TO DANCE Bingo Boys and Princessa
397 07 08 1986 23 MIDNIGHT LADY Chris Norman

These I remember liking.

393 03 09 2008 09 WARWICK AVENUE Duffy

Passed by this (the tube station) the other day.

392 03 09 1990 11 PROMISE ME Beverley Craven

Really don't like this, very overplayed.

389 03 12 1997 05 MY HEART WILL GO ON Celine Dion

One of the worst songs ever, actually very surprised to see you like it so much, as your taste is far from mainstream.

388 02 07 1994 08 COTTON EYE JOE Rednex

Brilliant!

386 01 09 2011 12 THE EDGE OF GLORY Lady GaGa

Not bad, but not in my top 5 gaga.
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Postby CZB » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:00 am

Thanks for the further comments! :D

potojr wrote:398 08 11 1990 12 HOW TO DANCE Bingo Boys and Princessa
397 07 08 1986 23 MIDNIGHT LADY Chris Norman

These I remember liking.
I think those both got a UK release - maybe some months after their success in continental Europe. But neither did anything here!

JSparksFan wrote:"Without You" is good but my sister's obsession with it has killed some of the magic for me.
That's one of three David Guetta tracks in the top 400 - although one of them, with an oblique connection to the BBC comedy series "Blackadder", might be a surprise.....

JSparksFan wrote:"Only Time" is nice. I heard it for the first time the other day.
And that was one of two number ones with rather similar titles that got to number one in my chart for Enya. "Only If" stayed in for longer, but it only stands at 582 on the all-time list!

JSparksFan wrote:The best song from the second batch is easily Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" though. Pop/Dance music doesn't get much better than that gem. 8-)
Maggie Reilly recorded it originally, in 1992 - but, with only a number 38 peak, her version is down at 2348..... Cascada's reworking is the only hit that appears in the top 400 without ever going higher than number fifteen - mainly because it hung around in my top forty for twenty-two months. Only five singles ever lasted longer - and none of those will be featuring here until the final hour! Meanwhile, Cascada have another track at some point in the week ahead.....

Haribo wrote:"Everytime" is nice.
.....but it's the one and only appearance of Britney Spears in the top 400. Quite recently, her second top forty entry was "I Wanna Go", which peaked at number four - but that ended up no higher than 766.








Now.....some seriously short songs appear in tonight's update - I was able to fit the next eighteen tracks comfortably into the third hour. Again this time the emphasis is on hits from the noughties - but there's a more recent triple-A-side, and a couple of much older television theme tunes:













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--- CZB'S TOP 400 OF ALL TIME (As At December 2012) - Part Three ---
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369 05 12 2002 09 TRAVEL TIME Starsplash
368 04 09 2004 14 EMILY Adam Green
367 04 10 2004 13 DESPRE TINE O-Zone
366 04 11 2007 10 HEATER Samim
365 03 10 2007 09 BUILT TO LAST Melee
364 02 10 2001 11 UNDERNEATH YOUR CLOTHES Shakira
363 01 08 2006 12 WHEN LOVE BECOMES A LIE Liz Kay
362 01 09 2001 10 HEAVEN DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do
361 01 10 2010 08 GREGORY'S THEME Basto!
360 01 10 2011 09 COLLIDE / FADE INTO DARKNESS / PENGUIN Avicii
359 10 07 1985 18 "EASTENDERS" THEME Simon May
358 10 10 1988 10 BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
357 10 17 2005 04 NINE MILLION BICYCLES Katie Melua
356 06 10 2007 08 ONGELUKKIG Fixkes
355 05 08 1985 17 THE SHOW (Theme from "CONNIE") Rebecca Storm
354 05 10 2007 07 IN MY ARMS Kylie Minogue
353 04 07 1985 16 (I'LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
352 04 12 2004 12 OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD KT Tunstall

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Postby Marius » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:10 am

385 01 12 2011 11 WITHOUT YOU David Guetta featuring Usher

OK

384 11 11 1985 20 CHERI CHERI LADY Modern Talking

Yeah, tell these Brits what they missed out on in 1985-86 :)

381 03 10 1995 07 ROLLING HOME Rednex

Wow, above CYJ?

380 03 10 2004 16 EVERYTIME Britney Spears

My fav BS song bar her debut.

377 01 07 2011 10 WE ARE YOUNG Fun featuring Janelle Monae ~~

Excellent, possibly the best pop song of 2012.

375 01 09 2000 19 ONLY TIME Enya

Sorry, I know it was for a good cause, but it's dull dull dull.

374 01 11 2004 15 UNDER THE WEATHER KT Tunstall

Very underrated artist and song.

373 15 22 2005 05 EVERYTIME WE TOUCH Cascada

Awesome, and I really love the original too, bought Maggie's CD back in 1992, think it was called Echoes.

370 07 10 1990 10 HEAL THE PAIN George Michael

I have to admit this passed me by, i recall being the 4th or 5th single off Listen Without pejudice, sounded pretty dull at the time, if i recall correctly.
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Postby Lucky77 » Thu Dec 06, 2012 4:17 am

Glad to see Dolly Dots here. Dutch pop music was great in late 70s and early 80s.
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Postby Tiger » Thu Dec 06, 2012 5:25 pm

352 04 12 2004 12 OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD KT Tunstall
353 04 07 1985 16 (I'LL NEVER BE) MARIA MAGDALENA Sandra
357 10 17 2005 04 NINE MILLION BICYCLES Katie Melua
360 01 10 2011 09 COLLIDE / FADE INTO DARKNESS / PENGUIN Avicii
362 01 09 2001 10 HEAVEN DJ Sammy and Yanou featuring Do
365 03 10 2007 09 BUILT TO LAST Melee
367 04 10 2004 13 DESPRE TINE O-Zone
373 15 22 2005 05 EVERYTIME WE TOUCH Cascada
375 01 09 2000 19 ONLY TIME Enya
376 01 08 2012 01 BETTER THAN A DREAM Katie Melua ~~
380 03 10 2004 16 EVERYTIME Britney Spears
386 01 09 2011 12 THE EDGE OF GLORY Lady GaGa
388 02 07 1994 08 COTTON EYE JOE Rednex
389 03 12 1997 05 MY HEART WILL GO ON Celine Dion
390 03 11 2004 17 THEY Jem

Some classics there. Very exciting
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