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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 19:24

    Not sure if this has been asked but did Kylie have any no 1s in Denmark. I’m assuming can’t get you out of my head was.

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 19:32

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1988, November (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Phil Collins dominates all month and way into December.
    - Bros and Sandra both get minor top 15 hits.
    - Bobby McFerrin takes his only Danish hit single to number two.
    - Tiffany and C.C. Catch both get their third and last hit in Denmark.
    - Kim Larsen tries something rare: "Østerbro Svømmehal" - a not very famous single from 1988 album "Yummi Yummi" - doesn't make the Top 10. Only the second time so far this has happened to him.

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-11-04 [Week 44]
    1) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    2) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    3) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    4) Yazz & The Plastic Population: The Only Way Is Up
    5) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    6) Koreana: Hand In Hand
    7) Rick Astley: She Wants To Dance With Me
    8) Pet Shop Boys: Domino Dancing
    9) U2: Desire
    10) Rockers By Choice: Engel
    11) Bruce Springsteen: Square Parts
    12) Kim Wilde: You Came
    13) Erasure: A Little Respect
    14) Bros: I Quit
    15) Sandra: Secret Land

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-11-11 [Week 45]
    1) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    2) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    3) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    4) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    5) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    6) Yazz & The Plastic Population: The Only Way Is Up
    7) Bruce Springsteen: Square Parts
    8) Koreana: Hand In Hand
    9) Pet Shop Boys: Domino Dancing
    10) Erasure: A Little Respect
    11) Kim Wilde: You Came
    12) Rick Astley: She Wants To Dance With Me
    13) Bros: I Quit
    14) Rockers By Choice: Engel
    15) Yazz: Stand Up For Your Love Rights

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-11-18 [Week 46]
    1) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    2) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    3) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    4) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    5) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    6) Yazz & The Plastic Population: The Only Way Is Up
    7) Pet Shop Boys: Domino Dancing
    8) Yazz: Stand Up For Your Love Rights
    9) Kim Wilde: You Came
    10) Koreana: Hand In Hand
    11) Kylie Minogue: Je Ne Sais Pas Pourqoui
    12) C.C. Catch: Backseat Of Your Cadillac
    13) Tiffany: Radio Romance
    14) Kim Larsen: Østerbro Svømmehal
    15) Rick Astley: She Wants To Dance With Me

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-11-25 [Week 47]
    1) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    2) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    3) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    4) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    5) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    6) Yazz: Stand Up For Your Love Rights
    7) Yazz & The Plastic Population: The Only Way Is Up
    8) Tiffany: Radio Romance
    9) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    10) Pet Shop Boys: Domino Dancing
    11) Tv-2: Nærmest Lykkelig
    12) Kim Larsen: Østerbro Svømmehal
    13) Kylie Minogue: Je Ne Sais Pas Pourqoui
    14) C.C. Catch: Backseat Of Your Cadillac
    15) Rick Astley: She Wants To Dance With Me

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 19:35

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonsindy View Post
    Not sure if this has been asked but did Kylie have any no 1s in Denmark. I’m assuming can’t get you out of my head was.
    Yes, two of them ;-)

    "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" for three weeks in 2001 and - maybe a little surprise for everyone: "Slow", straight in at number one for one week on 14 November 2003.

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 19:45

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1988, December (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Phil Collins tops for two weeks before one of the biggest Danish Christmas singles of all time flies to the top.
    - Rick Astley collects his sixth AND LAST Danish singles hit.
    - Enya debuts and goes to number six.
    - Danish duo Back To Back debut with a minor Top 15 hit. In 1989 and 1991 they will get big hits.
    - MC Einar enter. They have since re-entered 10 times (including every year since 2014).
    - Erasure enter with their Christmas EP. Lead single "Stop!" makes sure that 1989 will be a huge year for them.
    - Another Danish Christmas classic by Søs Fenger and Thomas Helmig (who were married at the time) enters and makes it to number four. Also a multiple re-entry from 2014 onwards (streaming...)
    - Danish rarity Saxbox (not a local sales hit) makes it to number five.
    - Michael Jackson's first hit since "Bad" enters. Not a great year for him. This means NO "Man In The Mirror", NO "The Way You Make Me Feel" and NO "Dirty Diana".

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-12-02 [Week 48]
    1) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    2) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    3) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    4) Rick Astley: Take Me To Your Heart
    5) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    6) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    7) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    8) Tiffany: Radio Romance
    9) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    10) Yazz: Stand Up For Your Love Rights
    11) Kylie Minogue: Je Ne Sais Pas Pourqoui
    12) Tv-2: Nærmest Lykkelig
    13) Kim Larsen: Østerbro Svømmehal
    14) Back To Back: En Elsker Som Dig
    15) C.C. Catch: Backseat Of Your Cadillac

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-12-09 [Week 49]
    1) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    2) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    3) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    4) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    5) Rick Astley: Take Me To Your Heart
    6) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    7) Tiffany: Radio Romance
    8) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    9) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    10) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    11) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    12) Tv-2: Nærmest Lykkelig
    13) Kim Larsen: Østerbro Svømmehal
    14) Yazz: Stand Up For Your Love Rights
    15) Tino: Jeg Siger Højt

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-12-16 [Week 50]
    1) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    2) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    3) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    4) Rick Astley: Take Me To Your Heart
    5) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    6) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    7) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    8) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    9) Bobby McFerrin: Don't Worry Be Happy
    10) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    11) Tiffany: Radio Romance
    12) Tv-2: Nærmest Lykkelig
    13) Thomas Helmig & Søs Fenger: Når Sneen Falder
    14) Kim Larsen: Østerbro Svømmehal
    15) Tino: Jeg Siger Højt

    Danish Singles Chart 1988-12-23 [Week 51]
    1) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    2) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    3) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    4) Rick Astley: Take Me To Your Heart
    5) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    6) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    7) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    8) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    9) Saxbox: Vi Drømmer Solen Op På Himlens Blå
    10) Lars H.U.G.: Alt Går Fra Hinanden, Babe
    11) Thomas Helmig & Søs Fenger: Når Sneen Falder
    12) Tino: Jeg Siger Højt
    13) 2 x Kaj: Kylling I Karry
    14) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    15) Tiffany: Radio Romance

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 20:01

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1988, year-end (Source: BT/IFPI)

    Time for the best selling singles of the year. Like 1987, this year very much dominated by Danish releases.

    1 - EM-Holdet - En For Alle
    2 - Thomas Helmig, Søs Fenger, Anne Linnet & Sanne Salomonsen - Den Jeg Elsker, Elsker Jeg
    3 - Phil Collins - A Groovy Kind Of Love
    4 - MC Einar - Jul, Det' Cool
    5 - Mathilde - Hulubulu (Lotte, Hvor Er Du Henne?)
    6 - 2 x Kaj - Kylling I Karry
    7 - Kim Wilde - You Came
    8 - Pet Shop Boys - Always On My Mind
    9 - Yazz & The Plastic Population - The Only Way Is Up
    10 - Taylor Dayne - Tell To My Heart
    11 - Bruce Springsteen - Tougher Than The Rest
    12 - Fairground Attraction - Perfect
    13 - Phil Collins - Two Heart
    14 - Gnags - Rejsegrammofonen
    15 - Tiffany - I Think We're Alone Now
    16 - Søs Fenger & Lars Muhl - Du Si'r Dit Hjerte Er Hårdt Som Sten
    17 - A-Ha - Stay On These Roads
    18 - France Gall - Ella Elle L'a
    19 - Womack & Womack - Teardrops
    20 - Kim Wilde - Never Trust A Stranger

    And once again there are quite a few big misses that do not make the official top 15.

    - S-Express, either single. Not ONE official Danish hit.
    - Inner City "Big Fun" or "Good Life". Not ONE official Danish hit.
    - Hazell Dean, either single. Not ONE official Danish hit.
    - Eighth Wonder, either single. Not ONE official Danish hit.
    - Climie Fisher, "Love Changes (Everything)".
    - Krush, "House Arrest".
    - Bomb The Bass, "Beat Dis".
    - Mory Kanté, "Ye Ke Ye Ke".
    - Tracy Chapman, "Fast Car". (Becomes a very small hit in 2013!)
    - Brother Beyond, "The Harder I Try".
    - Milli Vanilli, "Girl, You Know It's True".

    Most of these were HUGE local sales hits and some of them are mentioned in Music & Media as charting in Denmark. So they must have all peaked below number 15.

    Well, this was 1988. Some really huge misses and some songs charting for a very long time. 1989 will be even stranger (1992 is the year where B.T. decide to scrape the singles chart because of low sales figures). Among the big hits of 1989 one single spends 32 weeks at number one... :-/
    Last edited by janjensen; Tue May 14th, 2019 at 20:03.

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 20:27

    Hey Jan, I am really looking forward to the 90's Danish charts. And thanks for your knowledge of the charts too. It explains what was going on back then.

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    by » Tue May 14th, 2019, 23:27

    Hello Jan,
    what is this mysterious song by Michael Bolton charted in DK?

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 11:37

    https://www.discogs.com/Michael-Bolt...elease/1771208

    This song was the soundtrack for a Budweiser Commercial.

    Quote Originally Posted by croatia View Post
    Hello Jan,
    what is this mysterious song by Michael Bolton charted in DK?

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 19:58

    Quote Originally Posted by croatia View Post
    Hello Jan,
    what is this mysterious song by Michael Bolton charted in DK?
    It's as mysterious as the fact that it charted and "How Am I Supposed..." didn't

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 20:02

    Hello everybody. Things are developing slowly with my arm and, as you can tell, the charts are being put up a little at a time.
    If anybody has any questions about the Danish chart, artists charting, peaks of certain songs etc. please feel free to ask.

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 20:06

    Quote Originally Posted by mjgm84 View Post
    Hey Jan, I am really looking forward to the 90's Danish charts. And thanks for your knowledge of the charts too. It explains what was going on back then.
    Coming soon! Just to recap I will put up all official Danish charts until the last week of 2000 which should complete the Danish chart online. Remember that danishcharts.dk (2000 and onwards) and hitlisten.nu (2007 and onwards) have the rest of them online already.

    Update: danishcharts.com / danishcharts.dk seems to have a server error...?!
    Last edited by janjensen; Wed May 15th, 2019 at 20:09.

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 21:41

    Jan, glad that you are is getting better!

    I seem to remember you were saying you'll also put album charts here or on other thread - am I right?

    Also, I'd like to know the timeline of Danish charts, if possible. There was a thread here dedicated to the charts of 1994-98: https://www.ukmix.org/showthread.php?58123 Are those charts official?

    Also, maybe you know there was a site called danskehitlister.dk - what was that? It didn't seem to correspond with the charts you're posting. Strangely, that chart is as down as danishcharts.com right now...

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    by » Wed May 15th, 2019, 22:18

    Quote Originally Posted by Passing_Strang View Post
    Jan, glad that you are is getting better!

    I seem to remember you were saying you'll also put album charts here or on other thread - am I right?

    Also, I'd like to know the timeline of Danish charts, if possible. There was a thread here dedicated to the charts of 1994-98: https://www.ukmix.org/showthread.php?58123 Are those charts official?

    Also, maybe you know there was a site called danskehitlister.dk - what was that? It didn't seem to correspond with the charts you're posting. Strangely, that chart is as down as danishcharts.com right now...
    I can access the album charts but I don't have them right now. There are still A LOT of singles charts left so I won't be thinking much about albums for now.

    When you say timeline what exactly do you mean?

    The chart from 1994 to 1998 you're referring to are NOT the official charts. But they will come here. ;-)

    Oh, danskehitlister.dk was primarily radio charts from Danish national radio, Danmarks Radio (DR). danskehitlister.dk DID publish the official year-end charts, however. Also they had TJEKLISTEN which was a chart at DR P3 from 1994 to 2010. Also, unofficial and based on votes sent in by listeners but very much the most prominent Danish chart ever. Or least in that period.
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    by » Thu May 16th, 2019, 18:16

    Quote Originally Posted by janjensen View Post

    The chart from 1994 to 1998 you're referring to are NOT the official charts. But they will come here. ;-)
    Thanks, I am interested in that chart. Seems the person who put them in the other thread took them from a TV show.

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    by » Thu May 16th, 2019, 20:16

    Thank you very much for explanation!

    Quote Originally Posted by janjensen View Post
    When you say timeline what exactly do you mean?
    Just meant to explain - and forgot What I'd like to see is the brief history of official charts, as right now it's a bit murky. So we know that the official singles chart was published from 1979 to 1992. Wikipedia has the chart history from 2001 with Hitlisten and then Tracklisten charts, but what about in-between? Was there an official chart, where was it published? I also would like to know how the size and method of compilation of the chart varied over the years.

    The same for albums, if possible. Hope not too much trouble

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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 09:51

    Quote Originally Posted by Passing_Strang View Post
    Thank you very much for explanation!



    Just meant to explain - and forgot What I'd like to see is the brief history of official charts, as right now it's a bit murky. So we know that the official singles chart was published from 1979 to 1992. Wikipedia has the chart history from 2001 with Hitlisten and then Tracklisten charts, but what about in-between? Was there an official chart, where was it published? I also would like to know how the size and method of compilation of the chart varied over the years.

    The same for albums, if possible. Hope not too much trouble
    I don't have the albums chart overview so for singles:

    5 January 1979 - first official singles chart in Denmark. IFPI are behind it and it's based on shipment from distributors to retailers. Tabloid newspaper B.T. publish the chart every friday. It is a Top 30 but B.T. only publish the Top 10.
    12 June 1981 - B.T. start publishing the Top 15 after months of strike.
    6 April 1990 - B.T. who are getting increasingly dissatisfied with the charts (singles and albums alike) cut the singles chart to a Top 10 in the paper.
    5 June 1992 - B.T. scrape IFPI's chart and start producing their own albums Top 20 chart based on actual sales.
    1 January 1993 - IFPI and AC/Nielsen Marketing Research begin running tests on new official charts based on actual sales in 80 stores in Denmark.
    5 March 1993 - The new official charts are launched. Music & Media write about this on 16 January 1993 but do not implement the charts until 10 July 1993. Here they write about this again (on page 4). Both a Top 20 (official) and a Top 50 (unofficial and never published) are compiled.
    1 November 2007 - After years of deteriorating singles sales (CD's) in Denmark downloads are finally implemented in the official charts meaning Tracklisten Top 40 becomes the new official chart. It has since been backtracked to become the official chart from 12 January 2007. The singles Top 20 sales chart is dropped. Trine Dyrholm charts for 135 weeks with the EP "Mr. Nice Guy" including 62 ridiculous weeks at number one. A complete shambles in Danish chart history.
    [Some time in] 2011 - a Streaming Top 20 chart is launched.
    14 November 2014 - download figures have gone down and streaming has completely taken over. From this date streaming is implemented into the official singles chart. No change since.

    In general IFPI have been very, very slow in reacting to market change. Worst of all the official chart in 2007 before letting downloads become the official chart but also in 2014 before implementing streaming. When the chart was only based on downloads a song could enter at number one and disappear the next week. An example of this is One Direction "Diana" which enters at number one on 29 November 2013. In fact, they also chart at numbers two and three with "Midnight Memories" and "Strong". The next week - nowhere to be found in the Top 40. Any of them!

    That should be the complete history of the official Danish singles chart!
    Last edited by janjensen; Fri May 17th, 2019 at 10:05.

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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 13:00

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, January (Source: BT/IFPI)

    Allright. Let's do another chart year of the Danish singles Top 10-15-10-20-40-(50)...

    1989 is one of the strangest years seeing Madonna go to number one in March, staying there for 11 weeks and disappearing completely a fortnight later. Also, Kim Larsen & Bellami enter and go to the top in June and apart from three weeks in September stay there for 32 weeks - way into 1990.

    In Music & Media on 18 July 1992 it reads the that the non-sales chart figures were "gathered over a cumulative five-week period". That would also explain why Danish hip-hop band MC Einar stay at the top for the first three weeks of 1989. It also seems to explain why the Danish IFPI chart always was a bit slow.

    Anyway, let's get on with January of 1989.

    - MC Einar top the chart for most of the month before Erasure collecting their first official Danish number one.
    - Nik Kershaw get his last of seven hits in the chart.
    - Kylie (and Jason) get her first of three Danish number four singles in a row.
    - Danish TV host and journalist Michael Meyerheim gets a pop hit with this novelty song build on the theme song from Danish TV 2 game show "Wheel Of Fortune" also topping at number four.
    - Robin Beck copies everybody else and peaks at number four.
    - Traveling Wilburys chart for the first and only time going to number seven.
    - Strangely enough Sabrina's "Like A Yo-Yo" becomes a number two hit with 1987 hit "Boys" only peaking at number seven.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-01-06 [Week 1]
    1) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    2) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    3) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    4) Rick Astley: Take Me To Your Heart
    5) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    6) Thomas Helmig & Søs Fenger: Når Sneen Falder
    7) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    8) Saxbox: Vi Drømmer Solen Op På Himlens Blå
    9) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    10) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    11) Tino: Jeg Siger Højt
    12) Nik Kershaw: One Step Ahead
    13) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    14) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    15) Rockers By Choice: Peders Ting

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-01-13 [Week 2]
    1) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    2) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    3) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    4) Thomas Helmig & Søs Fenger: Når Sneen Falder
    5) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    6) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    7) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    8) Saxbox: Vi Drømmer Solen Op På Himlens Blå
    9) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    10) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    11) Robin Beck: First Time
    12) Rockers By Choice: Peders Ting
    13) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    14) Kim Wilde: Never Trust A Stranger
    15) Lars H.U.G.: Alt Går Fra Hinanden, Babe

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-01-20 [Week 3]
    1) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    2) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    3) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    4) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    5) Saxbox: Vi Drømmer Solen Op På Himlens Blå
    6) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    7) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    8) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    9) Robin Beck: First Time
    10) Thomas Helmig & Søs Fenger: Når Sneen Falder
    11) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    12) Rockers By Choice: Peders Ting
    13) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    14) Lars H.U.G.: Alt Går Fra Hinanden, Babe
    15) Traveling Wilburys: Handle With Care

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-01-27 [Week 4]
    1) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    2) MC Einar: Jul, Det' Cool
    3) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    4) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    5) Robin Beck: First Time
    6) Saxbox: Vi Drømmer Solen Op På Himlens Blå
    7) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    8) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    9) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    10) Womack & Womack: Teardrops
    11) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    12) Traveling Wilburys: Handle With Care
    13) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    14) Pet Shop Boys: Left To My Own Devices
    15) Kim Wilde: Four Letter Word

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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 13:42

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, February (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Austrian One Hit Wonders Edelweiss enter and top the chart for a total of four weeks.
    - Roy Orbison gets a post mortem top five hit in Denmark.
    - Simple Minds chart for the first time since "Alive And Kicking" made it to number six in 1985.
    - Depeche Mode take "101" single "Everything Counts" to number three.
    - Frankie Goes To Hollywood lead singer Holly Johnson gets his first of two top five hits.
    - Beach Boys get their only Danish singles hit.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-02-03 [Week 5]
    1) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    4) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    5) Robin Beck: First Time
    6) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    7) Traveling Wilburys: Handle With Care
    8) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    9) Phil Collins: A Groovy Kind Of Love
    10) Kim Wilde: Four Letter Word
    11) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    12) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    13) Simply Red: It's Only Love
    14) Pet Shop Boys: Left To My Own Devices
    15) Roy Orbison: You Got It

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-02-10 [Week 6]
    1) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    4) Robin Beck: First Time
    5) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    6) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    7) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    8) Traveling Wilburys: Handle With Care
    9) Simply Red: It's Only Love
    10) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    11) Kim Wilde: Four Letter Word
    12) Enya: Orinoco Flow (Sail Away)
    13) Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
    14) Pet Shop Boys: Left To My Own Devices
    15) Status Quo: Burning Bridges (On And Off And On Again)

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-02-17 [Week 7]
    1) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    2) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    3) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    4) Robin Beck: First Time
    5) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    6) Simple Minds: Belfast Child
    7) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    8) Simply Red: It's Only Love
    9) Kim Wilde: Four Letter Word
    10) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    11) Michael Meyerheim: Lykkehjulet
    12) Pet Shop Boys: Left To My Own Devices
    13) Phil Collins: Two Hearts
    14) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    15) Traveling Wilburys: Handle With Care

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-02-24 [Week 8]
    1) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    2) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    3) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    4) Robin Beck: First Time
    5) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    6) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    7) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    8) Simple Minds: Belfast Child
    9) MC Einar: Panik
    10) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    11) Simply Red: It's Only Love
    12) Kim Wilde: Four Letter Word
    13) Thomas Helmig: Kys Mig Hold Mig
    14) Pet Shop Boys: Left To My Own Devices
    15) Beach Boys: Kokomo

  19. #244

    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 13:50

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, March (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Edelweiss top for three weeks before Madonna starts her 11 week reign at the top.
    - Swede Neneh Cherry debuts with her first of three Danish hit singles.
    - Danes Dodo & The Dodo's miss the number one spot for the first time peaking this time at number three.
    - Donna Summer joins Stock Aitken Waterman getting her first hit since 1983 single "She Works Hard For The Money".
    - Bananarama finally get a big hit in Denmark this time taking their song to number five.
    - Belgians Soulsister get only one week at number 14. Locally this was a huge hit peaking at number one.
    - Danes Peter Belli, Johnny Madsen, Nanna and Billy Cross (Hobo-Expressen) join forces with a Danish version of "Handle With Care" by Traveling Wilburys.
    - Paula Abdul debuts and take her first hit to number three.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-03-03 [Week 9]
    1) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    2) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    3) MC Einar: Panik
    4) Robin Beck: First Time
    5) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    6) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    7) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    8) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    9) Simple Minds: Belfast Child
    10) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    11) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    12) Thomas Helmig: Kys Mig Hold Mig
    13) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    14) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    15) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-03-10 [Week 10]
    1) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    2) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    3) MC Einar: Panik
    4) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    5) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    6) Robin Beck: First Time
    7) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    8) Simple Minds: Belfast Child
    9) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    10) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    11) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    12) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    13) Sabrina: Like A Yo-Yo
    14) Thomas Helmig: Kys Mig Hold Mig
    15) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-03-17 [Week 11]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    4) MC Einar: Panik
    5) Simple Minds: Belfast Child
    6) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    7) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    8) Robin Beck: First Time
    9) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    10) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    11) Thomas Helmig: Kys Mig Hold Mig
    12) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    13) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    14) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    15) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-03-24 [Week 12]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) MC Einar: Panik
    4) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    5) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    6) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    7) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    8) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    9) Robin Beck: First Time
    10) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You
    11) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    12) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    13) Roy Orbison: You Got It
    14) Soulsister: The Way To Your Heart
    15) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-03-31 [Week 13]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    4) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    5) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    6) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    7) MC Einar: Panik
    8) Robin Beck: First Time
    9) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    10) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    11) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    12) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    13) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    14) Michael Jackson: Leave Me Alone
    15) Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan: Especially For You

  20. #245

    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 13:58

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, April (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Madonna continues to reign. She stays at number one both in all of April and all of May.
    - Living In A Box get another minor Top 15 hit.
    - So does Howard Jones. Actually a great song and not THAT "Everlasting Love".
    - Bee Gees get their fifth and last Top 10 hit in Denmark. They don't return until the real charts have taking over in 1993.
    - Roxette enter and make their first of 10 Danish singles hits one of the biggest hits of the year, although it takes a while.
    - Canadians Kon Kan enter and make the top five.
    - Jason Donovan gets his first solo hit.
    - Huge Danish band Ray Dee Ohh chart for the first time making it to number four.
    - Simple Minds actually get their best Danish chart position also going to number four.
    - Holly Johnson enters and betters the peak of "Love Train" peaking two positions higher at number two.
    - Inner City who never make the chart with huge hits "Big Fun" and "Good Life" get their one minor hit.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-04-07 [Week 14]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    3) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    4) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    5) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    6) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    7) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    8) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    9) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    10) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    11) Robin Beck: First Time
    12) Michael Jackson: Leave Me Alone
    13) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    14) Living In A Box: Blow The House Down
    15) Howard Jones: Everlasting Love

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-04-14 [Week 15]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    3) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    4) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    5) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    6) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    7) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    8) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    9) Robin Beck: First Time
    10) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    11) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    12) Bee Gees: Ordinary Lives
    13) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    14) Michael Jackson: Leave Me Alone
    15) Roxette: The Look

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-04-21 [Week 16]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    3) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    4) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    5) Edelweiss: Bring Me Edelweiss
    6) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    7) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    8) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    9) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    10) Bee Gees: Ordinary Lives
    11) Erasure: Crackers International EP
    12) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    13) Roxette: The Look
    14) Depeche Mode: Everything Counts (Live)
    15) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-04-28 [Week 17]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    4) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    5) Simple Minds: This Is Your Land
    6) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    7) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    8) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    9) Bee Gees: Ordinary Lives
    10) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden
    11) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    12) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    13) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    14) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    15) Inner City: Ain't Nobody Better

  21. #246

    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 14:03

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, May (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Madonna still tops with Roxette getting ready to take over.
    - Kylie peaks once again at number four.
    - Danish band Savage Rose enter and peak at number five.
    - Neneh Cherry gets her second Danish hit also peaking at number five.
    - Queen chart for the first time since "A Kind Of Magic" in 1986. This time they make it to number four.
    - Joe Cocker peaks at number three with his second hit single. The first one being "Up Where We Belong" in 1983.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-05-05 [Week 18]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    4) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    5) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    6) Simple Minds: This Is Your Land
    7) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    8) Bee Gees: Ordinary Lives
    9) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    10) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    11) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    12) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    13) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    14) Beach Boys: Kokomo
    15) Erasure: Crackers International EP

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-05-12 [Week 19]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    4) Simple Minds: This Is Your Land
    5) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    6) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    7) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    8) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    9) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    10) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    11) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    12) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    13) Inner City: Ain't Nobody Better
    14) Donna Summer: This Time I Know It's For Real
    15) Dodo & The Dodo's: Sømand Af Verden

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-05-19 [Week 20]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    4) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    5) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    6) Simple Minds: This Is Your Land
    7) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    8) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    9) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    10) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    11) Neneh Cherry: Manchild
    12) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    13) Paula Abdul: Straight Up
    14) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    15) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-05-26 [Week 21]
    1) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    4) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    5) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    6) Neneh Cherry: Manchild
    7) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    8) Queen: I Want It All
    9) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    10) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    11) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    12) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    13) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    14) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    15) Joe Cocker: When The Night Comes

  22. #247

    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 14:15

    Official Danish Singles Chart 1989, June (Source: BT/IFPI)

    - Roxette top for three weeks before the Kim Larsen mania begins. This mania only exists in the chart. The chart becoming more and more unreliable. It DOES also become a pretty big hit locally but nothing like what you will witness here.
    - Texas make their debut. "I Don't Want A Lover" doesn't make the Top 15.
    - Danish/English schlager/dance band Red Squares chart.
    - Danes Back To Back make it to number eight.
    - Paul McCartney gets the first of two minor Danish hits in 1989.
    - Danish singer dubbed the Rock Mama Sanne Salomonsen charts and makes it to number four.
    - Ray Dee Ohh enter with their biggest hit in the Danish chart peaking at number two.
    - Miami Vice star Don Johnson equals his peak for "Heartbeat" in 1986 taking this song to number eight.
    - Danish hip-hop band Rockers By Choice make it to number two saying "No To Drugs".
    - Tommy Seebach gets a rare one: A big hit NOT from "Dansk Melodi Grand Prix" (Eurovision).
    - Roxette take their "The Look" follow-up to number two. The rest of the duo's first four hits all make it to number one.
    - Bangles chart for the first and only time in Danish singles chart history.

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-06-02 [Week 22]
    1) Roxette: The Look
    2) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    3) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    4) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    5) Queen: I Want It All
    6) Neneh Cherry: Manchild
    7) Joe Cocker: When The Night Comes
    8) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    9) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    10) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    11) Hobo-Expressen: Én At Bli' Som
    12) Bananarama & Lananeeneenoonoo: Help!
    13) Kon Kan: I Beg Your Pardon
    14) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde
    15) Texas: Thrill Has Gone

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-06-09 [Week 23]
    1) Roxette: The Look
    2) Holly Johnson: Americanos
    3) Madonna: Like A Prayer
    4) Dodo & The Dodo's: Hvis Det Bli'r
    5) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    6) Joe Cocker: When The Night Comes
    7) Neneh Cherry: Manchild
    8) Queen: I Want It All
    9) Red Squares: Goodbye My Love
    10) Holly Johnson: Love Train
    11) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    12) Back To Back: Jonathan
    13) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts
    14) Texas: Thrill Has Gone
    15) Ray Dee Ohh: Mandags-Stævnemøde

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-06-16 [Week 24]
    1) Roxette: The Look
    2) Dodo & The Dodo's: Hvis Det Bli'r
    3) Joe Cocker: When The Night Comes
    4) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    5) Neneh Cherry: Manchild
    6) Queen: I Want It All
    7) Kim Larsen & Bellami: Tarzan Mamma Mia
    8) Back To Back: Jonathan
    9) Neneh Cherry: Buffalo Stance
    10) Red Squares: Goodbye My Love
    11) Texas: Thrill Has Gone
    12) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    13) Paul McCartney: My Brave Face
    14) Sanne Salomonsen: Hvis Du Forstod
    15) Jason Donovan: Too Many Broken Hearts

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-06-23 [Week 25]
    1) Kim Larsen & Bellami: Tarzan Mamma Mia
    2) Roxette: The Look
    3) Dodo & The Dodo's: Hvis Det Bli'r
    4) Queen: I Want It All
    5) Joe Cocker: When The Night Comes
    6) Sanne Salomonsen: Hvis Du Forstod
    7) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    8) Back To Back: Jonathan
    9) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    10) Ray Dee Ohh: Elskes Af Dig
    11) Don Johnson: Tell It Like It Is
    12) Red Squares: Goodbye My Love
    13) Rockers By Choice: Nej Til Narkotika
    14) Tommy Seebach & Anette Heick: Du Skælder Mig Hele Tiden Ud
    15) Texas: Thrill Has Gone

    Danish Singles Chart 1989-06-30 [Week 26]
    1) Kim Larsen & Bellami: Tarzan Mamma Mia
    2) Dodo & The Dodo's: Hvis Det Bli'r
    3) Roxette: The Look
    4) Sanne Salomonsen: Hvis Du Forstod
    5) Ray Dee Ohh: Elskes Af Dig
    6) Tommy Seebach & Anette Heick: Du Skælder Mig Hele Tiden Ud
    7) Kylie Minogue: Hand On Your Heart
    8) Rockers By Choice: Nej Til Narkotika
    9) Back To Back: Jonathan
    10) Don Johnson: Tell It Like It Is
    11) Red Squares: Goodbye My Love
    12) Roxette: Dangerous
    13) Savage Rose: Stjerneskud
    14) Cliff Richard: The Best Of Me
    15) Bangles: Eternal Flame

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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 19:49

    Quote Originally Posted by janjensen View Post
    5 March 1993 - The new official charts are launched. Music & Media write about this on 16 January 1993 but do not implement the charts until 10 July 1993. Here they write about this again (on page 4). Both a Top 20 (official) and a Top 50 (unofficial and never published) are compiled.
    So according to page 4 of M&M 10 Jul 1993, this Top 50 singles chart was being compiled by Nielsen and it doesn't mention any other singles chart in the paragraph, as though the new Top 50 is the official chart. https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1993-07-10.pdf

    Added to this on page 20, in the small print at the bottom, it says that the Denmark Top 10 was compiled by Nielsen as well.

    This would kind of make sense as to why there are Euro Hot 100 entries for Nirvana's About a Girl single in 1994/95 which quote Denmark "DK" as one of the countries which helped it onto the Euro Hot 100, if Music & Media were using this "unofficial" Top 50 which you confirmed About a Girl had charted on.
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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 20:09

    Quote Originally Posted by mjgm84 View Post
    So according to page 4 of M&M 10 Jul 1993, this Top 50 singles chart was being compiled by Nielsen and it doesn't mention any other singles chart in the paragraph, as though the new Top 50 is the official chart. https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1993-07-10.pdf

    Added to this on page 20, in the small print at the bottom, it says that the Denmark Top 10 was compiled by Nielsen as well.

    This would kind of make sense as to why there are Euro Hot 100 entries for Nirvana's About a Girl single in 1994/95 which quote Denmark "DK" as one of the countries which helped it onto the Euro Hot 100, if Music & Media were using this "unofficial" Top 50 which you confirmed About a Girl had charted on.
    It's gets more complicated! From 5 March 1993 the official Danish Top 20 AND the top 20 songs in the Top 50 are the same songs. From week 15 in 1996 the Top 20 and the top 20 songs in the Top 50 are NOT the same songs. This, because the Top 20 (the official chart that everybody gets to see while the Top 50 is kept internally and maybe given to M&M) was based on two weeks sale to keep the chart stabile in a small market like Denmark. This stops, however, in 2000 where the Top 20 and the Top 50 align again... Oh. My. God.

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    by » Fri May 17th, 2019, 20:14

    Quote Originally Posted by janjensen View Post
    It's gets more complicated! From 5 March 1993 the official Danish Top 20 AND the top 20 songs in the Top 50 are the same songs. From week 15 in 1996 the Top 20 and the top 20 songs in the Top 50 are NOT the same songs. This, because the Top 20 (the official chart that everybody gets to see while the Top 50 is kept internally and maybe given to M&M) was based on two weeks sale to keep the chart stabile in a small market like Denmark. This stops, however, in 2000 where the Top 20 and the Top 50 align again... Oh. My. God.
    Ha, ha What would we do without you Jan! You should publish a book with all your knowledge and chart data together, would be really cool.

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