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2nd JAN 1994

Starting the year with some new years oldies: thatís Frankie Goes To Hollywood 1984 chart-topper back at the top 10 years on, and also a New Years Eve live concert in Bournemouth. Support act were the fab T.Rexstasy doing a great Marc Bolan with tracks like Hot Love and Get It On, and headline act was now-disgraced popstar Gary Glitter. Back in the 80ís and early 90ís he was annual live xmas draw, a great night out, lads singalong, and it was even broadcast live on TV from Bournemouth one year. Great records like Rock & Roll, I Didnít Know I Loved You and Always Yours were fab to singalong to. Who knew ehÖ

The usual post-Christmas slow-down in my charts was countered here by great cult and occasional minor chart band The The with a big Top 20 new entry, and a high re-entry for US mega-hit chanter Whoomp! There It Is. I think the UK chart version was a lesser remix though, eventually. Mike Oldfield gets Portsmouth and In Dulce Jubilo into the Top for the 2nd time, and Top 20 for the 3rd time. I went to see Portsmouth play Newcastle a few years back and it was great to hear Mike Oldfield still being played somewhere!

Other than that, lots of MOR soul, bit of reggae, and some big names back with ballads, like Diana Ross (her great years were behind her by now) and Wet Wet Wet (sporadically good, as here). In my life, my year of playing golf was coming to an end as I couldnít get the hang of it, so I stuck with darts and snooker, badminton and squash with mates instead. What a lad, eh?



1 ( 3 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
2 ( 1 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
3 ( 4 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
4 ( 2 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
5 ( 6 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
6 ( 5 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
7 ( 7 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
8 ( 10 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
9 ( 15 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
10 ( 11 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17

11 ( 8 ) I WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS DAY Saint Etienne
12 ( 17 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson
13 ( 22 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
14 ( 13 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
15 ( 14 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
16 ( 12 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
17 ( 9 ) BAT OUT OF HELL Meatloaf
18 ( NEW ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
19 ( 19 ) TRUE LOVE Elton John and Kiki Dee
20 ( 46 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle




21 ( 33 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
22 ( 35 ) ACTION Def Leppard
23 ( 16 ) DON'T BE A STRANGER Dina Carroll
24 ( 24 ) Y.M.C.A. '93 The Village People
25 ( 20 ) HEALING LOVE Cliff Richard
26 ( RE ) WHOOMP (THERE IT IS) Tag Team
27 ( 36 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
28 ( 25 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
29 ( 28 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
30 ( 56 ) FEELIN' ALRIGHT EYC

31 ( 27 ) DON'T LOOK ANY FURTHER M People
32 ( 18 ) LET ME SHOW YOU K Klass
33 ( 23 ) BRING ME YOUR CUP UB40
34 ( 26 ) CAN WE TALK Tevin Campbell
35 ( 54 ) THAT'S HOW I'M LIVIN' Ice T
36 ( RE ) PLEASE (YOU GOT THAT) INXS and Ray Charles
37 ( 37 ) LIFE Haddaway
38 ( 29 ) JUST KEEP ME MOVING k.d. Lang
39 ( 30 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG Toni Braxton
40 ( RE ) HERO Mariah Carey

41 ( 21 ) U GOT 2 LET THE MUSIC Cappella
42 ( 34 ) CONTROVERSY Prince
43 ( 31 ) I'D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE (BUT I WON'T DO THAT) Meatloaf
44 ( 38 ) MORE AND MORE Captain Hollywood Project
45 ( 43 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
46 ( 32 ) I WISH Gabrielle
47 ( 49 ) THE PERFECT YEAR Dina Carroll
48 ( 40 ) SPOOKY New Order
49 ( 41 ) LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS Belinda Carlisle
50 ( 39 ) BETTER THAN YOU Lisa Keith

51 ( 47 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 66 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
54 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 70 ) FAMILY AFFAIR Shabba Ranks
56 ( 74 ) COME BABY COME K7
57 ( 44 ) OOH CHILD Dino
58 ( 71 ) I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU Whitney Houston
59 ( 45 ) HOPE IN A HOPELESS WORLD Paul Young
60 ( 58 ) MOONLIGHT SHADOW Mike Oldfield

61 ( NEW ) PEOPLE GET READY (LIVE) Rod Stewart
62 ( 62 ) SHIPBUILDING Tasmin Archer
63 ( 60 ) WELCOME TO THE PLEASUREDOME Frankie Goes To Hollywood
64 ( 64 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
65 ( 65 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
66 ( 48 ) SAID I LOVED BUT I LIED Michael Bolton
67 ( 42 ) ANNIVERSARY Toni! Tony! Tone!
68 ( 67 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
69 ( 75 ) I MISS YOU Haddaway
70 ( 63 ) PLAY DEAD David Arnold/ Bjork

71 ( NEW ) YOUR LOVE Diana Ross
72 ( 57 ) SATURN 5 The Inspiral Carpets
73 ( NEW ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
74 ( 73 ) PLEASE FORGIVE ME Bryan Adams
75 ( NEW ) ANYTHING Culture Beat




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9th JAN 1994

Janet Jackson gets her 3rd Number One with a lovely gentle ballad, The The shoot into the Top 5 and Wet Wet Wet positively rocket up to 7 with a minor sweet ballad. Lots of remixes and re-entries enter, from D:Reamís anthem (plus Prof Cox) and Missionís 80ís gothrocker to REMís great non-hit. Meanwhile Darlene Love gets a late Christmas hit, one of the 90ís few goodies in that genre, and 30 years after her previous classics with Phil Spector. Apart from those, the lack of good new releases allows more MOR and lesser records to climb, flattering them more than they deserveÖ




1 ( 3 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
2 ( 2 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
3 ( 5 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
4 ( 1 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
5 ( 18 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
6 ( 4 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
7 ( 73 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
8 ( NEW ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
9 ( NEW ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
10 ( 13 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton




11 ( 6 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
12 ( 21 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
13 ( 10 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
14 ( 40 ) HERO Mariah Carey
15 ( 7 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
16 ( 9 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
17 ( 15 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
18 ( 22 ) ACTION Def Leppard
19 ( 20 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
20 ( 8 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc

21 ( 14 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
22 ( 30 ) FEELIN' ALRIGHT EYC
23 ( 26 ) WHOOMP (THERE IT IS) Tag Team
24 ( 11 ) I WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS DAY Saint Etienne
25 ( 16 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
26 ( 27 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
27 ( 17 ) BAT OUT OF HELL Meatloaf
28 ( 19 ) TRUE LOVE Elton John and Kiki Dee
29 ( 12 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson
30 ( NEW ) ALL ALONE ON CHRISTMAS Darlene Love

31 ( 29 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
32 ( 24 ) Y.M.C.A. '93 The Village People
33 ( 28 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
34 ( 31 ) DON'T LOOK ANY FURTHER M People
35 ( 33 ) BRING ME YOUR CUP UB40
36 ( 47 ) THE PERFECT YEAR Dina Carroll
37 ( 23 ) DON'T BE A STRANGER Dina Carroll
38 ( 38 ) JUST KEEP ME MOVING k.d. Lang
39 ( 53 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
40 ( RE ) FIND THE RIVER REM




41 ( 37 ) LIFE Haddaway
42 ( 25 ) HEALING LOVE Cliff Richard
43 ( 35 ) THAT'S HOW I'M LIVIN' Ice T
44 ( 71 ) YOUR LOVE Diana Ross
45 ( 39 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG Toni Braxton
46 ( 45 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
47 ( 36 ) PLEASE (YOU GOT THAT) INXS and Ray Charles
48 ( 62 ) SHIPBUILDING Tasmin Archer
49 ( 34 ) CAN WE TALK Tevin Campbell
50 ( 55 ) FAMILY AFFAIR Shabba Ranks

51 ( 44 ) MORE AND MORE Captain Hollywood Project
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 51 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
54 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 48 ) SPOOKY New Order
56 ( 56 ) COME BABY COME K7
57 ( 49 ) LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS Belinda Carlisle
58 ( 61 ) PEOPLE GET READY (LIVE) Rod Stewart
59 ( 43 ) I'D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE (BUT I WON'T DO THAT) Meatloaf
60 ( 32 ) LET ME SHOW YOU K Klass

61 ( 72 ) SATURN 5 The Inspiral Carpets
62 ( 60 ) MOONLIGHT SHADOW Mike Oldfield
63 ( 74 ) PLEASE FORGIVE ME Bryan Adams
64 ( 64 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
65 ( 65 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
66 ( 63 ) WELCOME TO THE PLEASUREDOME Frankie Goes To Hollywood
67 ( 69 ) I MISS YOU Haddaway
68 ( NEW ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
69 ( 68 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
70 ( 57 ) OOH CHILD Dino

71 ( 50 ) BETTER THAN YOU Lisa Keith
72 ( 75 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
73 ( 42 ) CONTROVERSY Prince
74 ( RE ) BIG TIME SENSUALITY Bjork
75 ( NEW ) DAUGHTER Pearl Jam


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16th JAN 1994

Straight in at Number One, by virtue of being a charting album track that had previously never charted, Queen finally get that deserved topper with the B Side of We Are The Champions. Outrageous it wasnít an A Side, it gives Queen their 7th Number One (and Freddieís 8th) while D;Reamís Top 10 1993 hit goes Top 5 in remix form but doesnít quite top the chart (like Ur The Best Thing did). A Beatles (and others) cover hits 10 reggae stylee, Bitty McLean reggaes into the Top 20 and Arethaís last great dance single enters at 23. Things get a bit more interesting lower down the chart with new entries for Ace Of Base, Ce Ce Peniston (thank heavens for the last 3 letters, eh?), Terrorvision (one of my fave frantic pop metal acts of the time), and Cher sees the funny side of Beavis & Butt-head. More than I ever didÖ.

This week, outside the charts, I was also loving the (Bob) Newhart (Henry Mancini instrumental) TV theme (should have allowed it to chart!), oldie Tom Tom Turnaround (oh how I wish someone would cover that on The Voice just for a laugh - Sir Tom Jones in the chair? Please yourself!), and Best Of Blue Mink a forgotten greatest hits package filled with perfect pop and soul singles from 4 years of hits.




1 ( NEW ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
2 ( 3 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
3 ( 7 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
4 ( 8 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
5 ( 2 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
6 ( 1 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
7 ( 5 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
8 ( 6 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
9 ( 4 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
10 ( 12 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers

11 ( 10 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
12 ( 9 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
13 ( 11 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
14 ( 19 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
15 ( 13 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
16 ( 18 ) ACTION Def Leppard
17 ( 17 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
18 ( 39 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
19 ( 14 ) HERO Mariah Carey
20 ( 23 ) WHOOMP (THERE IT IS) Tag Team

21 ( 15 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
22 ( 26 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
23 ( NEW ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
24 ( 16 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
25 ( 50 ) FAMILY AFFAIR Shabba Ranks
26 ( 22 ) FEELIN' ALRIGHT EYC
27 ( 21 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
28 ( 25 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
29 ( 29 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson
30 ( 28 ) TRUE LOVE Elton John and Kiki Dee




31 ( 31 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
32 ( 20 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
33 ( 68 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
34 ( 72 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
35 ( 33 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
36 ( 40 ) FIND THE RIVER REM
37 ( 61 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
38 ( 34 ) DON'T LOOK ANY FURTHER M People
39 ( 24 ) I WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS DAY Saint Etienne
40 ( 30 ) ALL ALONE ON CHRISTMAS Darlene Love

41 ( 35 ) BRING ME YOUR CUP UB40
42 ( 27 ) BAT OUT OF HELL Meatloaf
43 ( 36 ) THE PERFECT YEAR Dina Carroll
44 ( 41 ) LIFE Haddaway
45 ( NEW ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
46 ( NEW ) WHY DON'T YOU TAKE ME One Dove
47 ( 46 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
48 ( 56 ) COME BABY COME K7
49 ( 38 ) JUST KEEP ME MOVING k.d. Lang
50 ( NEW ) MY HOUSE Terrorvision

51 ( 32 ) Y.M.C.A. '93 The Village People
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 45 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG Toni Braxton
54 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 53 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
56 ( NEW ) WHO LET IN THE RAIN Cyndi Lauper
57 ( 48 ) SHIPBUILDING Tasmin Archer
58 ( 63 ) PLEASE FORGIVE ME Bryan Adams
59 ( 51 ) MORE AND MORE Captain Hollywood Project
60 ( NEW ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston

61 ( 42 ) HEALING LOVE Cliff Richard
62 ( 37 ) DON'T BE A STRANGER Dina Carroll
63 ( 64 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
64 ( 65 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 62 ) MOONLIGHT SHADOW Mike Oldfield
66 ( 59 ) I'D DO ANYTHING FOR LOVE (BUT I WON'T DO THAT) Meatloaf
67 ( 67 ) I MISS YOU Haddaway
68 ( 43 ) THAT'S HOW I'M LIVIN' Ice T
69 ( NEW ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
70 ( NEW ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal

71 ( 69 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
72 ( 44 ) YOUR LOVE Diana Ross
73 ( NEW ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
74 ( 57 ) LAY DOWN YOUR ARMS Belinda Carlisle
75 ( NEW ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry


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23rd JAN 1994

Daryl Hall gets his only solo chart-topper with a Marvin Gaye tribute (ish) soul song 12 years after his previous (with John Oates) I Canít Go For That. Still going strong they appear in Bournemouth this year and Daryl has his own internet show. Def Leppard meanwhile copy The Sweet by going Top 10 with Action, and straight into the Top 10 Enigmaís new sound 3 years on from big Number One Sadeness. Inspiral Carpets rocket (literally) into the 20 with Saturn V. You can stand under one of these in Florida, they are Huge! Thomas Dolbyís still hyperactive 10 years on, an album track that should been a single enters for Elton & kd, and just to frighten the children 2 consecutive Mariah Carey ballads in the Top 40 and Garth Brooks as a new entry.





1 ( 2 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
2 ( 4 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
3 ( 1 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
4 ( 3 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
5 ( 5 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
6 ( 7 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
7 ( 16 ) ACTION Def Leppard
8 ( 8 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
9 ( 6 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
10 ( NEW ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma

11 ( 10 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
12 ( 23 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
13 ( 37 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
14 ( 18 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
15 ( 13 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
16 ( 9 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
17 ( 11 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
18 ( 12 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
19 ( 60 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
20 ( 14 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle

21 ( 75 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
22 ( 15 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
23 ( 21 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
24 ( 33 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
25 ( 25 ) FAMILY AFFAIR Shabba Ranks
26 ( 73 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
27 ( 17 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
28 ( 34 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
29 ( NEW ) HYPERACTIVE (REMIX) Thomas Dolby
30 ( 20 ) WHOOMP (THERE IT IS) Tag Team

31 ( 29 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson
32 ( 31 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
33 ( NEW ) TEARDROPS Elton John and k.d.Lang
34 ( 28 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
35 ( 48 ) COME BABY COME K7
36 ( NEW ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
37 ( 19 ) HERO Mariah Carey
38 ( 27 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
39 ( NEW ) I'M IN LUV Joe
40 ( 70 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal

41 ( 24 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
42 ( NEW ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
43 ( 35 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
44 ( 22 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
45 ( 45 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
46 ( NEW ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
47 ( 44 ) LIFE Haddaway
48 ( 30 ) TRUE LOVE Elton John and Kiki Dee
49 ( 56 ) WHO LET IN THE RAIN Cyndi Lauper
50 ( 38 ) DON'T LOOK ANY FURTHER M People

51 ( 47 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 32 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
54 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 39 ) I WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS DAY Saint Etienne
56 ( NEW ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
57 ( 55 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
58 ( 26 ) FEELIN' ALRIGHT EYC
59 ( NEW ) BLACK GOLD Soul Asylum
60 ( 36 ) FIND THE RIVER REM

61 ( 64 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
62 ( 63 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
63 ( 50 ) MY HOUSE Terrorvision
64 ( 40 ) ALL ALONE ON CHRISTMAS Darlene Love
65 ( 49 ) JUST KEEP ME MOVING k.d. Lang
66 ( NEW ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks
67 ( 42 ) BAT OUT OF HELL Meatloaf
68 ( 65 ) MOONLIGHT SHADOW Mike Oldfield
69 ( NEW ) IN YOUR ROOM Depeche Mode
70 ( 46 ) WHY DON'T YOU TAKE ME One Dove

71 ( 71 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
72 ( NEW ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
73 ( 53 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG Toni Braxton
74 ( NEW ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
75 ( 59 ) MORE AND MORE Captain Hollywood Project



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30th JAN 1994

A new number one for the 5th week in a row this month, Enigma getting their 2nd and doing it in 2 weeks. I even bought the album rather than the single, for a change. Aretha gets her first Top 10 in a few years, and a total of 26 years of Ďem (yes even 20 years we were talking decades of my charts!), while Ruby Turner tackles that massive 60ís soul ballad Stay With Me Baby: few can do it successfully and nobody beats the sheer mania of Lorraine Ellisonís original. One of the crimes of pop that itís never charted while covers of it have, and itís a vocal performance that needs to be heard to be believed.

Highest new entry is that delicious Linger, The Cranberries sadly decided to swap gentleness for shrieking after this single and became one of my pet annoyances of the 90ís. The Orb slide in, Womack and Womack sneak in under an alias that didnít fool me, and Paul Rodgers was still alright now 23 years after Free debuted. Sadly, as if a Mariah Carey cover of a classic ballad wasnít punishment enough, Celine Dion does it too, and I wouldnít bet on the chances of either of them challenging the chart positions of the originals (in my charts, of course, for some reason record buyers loved them).




1 ( 10 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
2 ( 1 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
3 ( 2 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
4 ( 7 ) ACTION Def Leppard
5 ( 5 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
6 ( 3 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
7 ( 6 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
8 ( 12 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
9 ( 4 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
10 ( 19 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston

11 ( 9 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
12 ( 8 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
13 ( 46 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
14 ( 13 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
15 ( 11 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
16 ( 26 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
17 ( 14 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
18 ( 24 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
19 ( 74 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
20 ( 21 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry




21 ( 15 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
22 ( 16 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
23 ( 20 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
24 ( 17 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
25 ( 29 ) HYPERACTIVE (REMIX) Thomas Dolby
26 ( NEW ) LINGER The Cranberries
27 ( 18 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
28 ( 42 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
29 ( NEW ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
30 ( 23 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum




31 ( 22 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
32 ( NEW ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion
33 ( 36 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
34 ( 27 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
35 ( 32 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
36 ( 39 ) I'M IN LUV Joe
37 ( NEW ) LOVER Joe Roberts
38 ( 28 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
39 ( 49 ) WHO LET IN THE RAIN Cyndi Lauper
40 ( 66 ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks

41 ( 38 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
42 ( 31 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson
43 ( 40 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal
44 ( 34 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
45 ( 41 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
46 ( 59 ) BLACK GOLD Soul Asylum
47 ( 33 ) TEARDROPS Elton John and k.d.Lang
48 ( NEW ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (House Of Zekkarius)
49 ( 72 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
50 ( NEW ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms

51 ( 47 ) LIFE Haddaway
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 30 ) WHOOMP (THERE IT IS) Tag Team
54 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 56 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
56 ( 51 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
57 ( 43 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
58 ( NEW ) ASTRAL AMERICA Apollo 440
59 ( 25 ) FAMILY AFFAIR Shabba Ranks
60 ( 35 ) COME BABY COME K7

61 ( 57 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
62 ( 53 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
63 ( 61 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
64 ( 62 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
65 ( 44 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
66 ( NEW ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
67 ( 69 ) IN YOUR ROOM Depeche Mode
68 ( 37 ) HERO Mariah Carey
69 ( 45 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
70 ( 48 ) TRUE LOVE Elton John and Kiki Dee

71 ( 65 ) JUST KEEP ME MOVING k.d. Lang
72 ( 71 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
73 ( NEW ) MUDDY WATER BLUES Paul Rodgers
74 ( NEW ) BLOW YOUR WHISTLE DJ Duke
75 ( 55 ) I WAS BORN ON CHRISTMAS DAY Saint Etienne


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6th FEB 1994

In from nowhere, knocking a World Music track off the topÖanother World Music track! Deep Forest was one of those Tree-hugging Sting-promoting type records to help save the Rainforests that were subject to ridicule by powerful vested-interest newspapers and crap comics. Or, as I prefer to think of them, selfish morons who think itís hilarious that the planets lungs are being systematically decimated and untold species wiped-out. Real belly-laughs there, then. The rate of the Amazon loss might have slowed recently, but itís still going on and 20 years later itís frightening how much has been lost. The record? Itís beautiful.

A big soul climber for Joe Roberts, to 3, The Cranberries gentle guitar pop to 9, and The Orbís New Age-ish sounds to 10. Cathy Dennis gets back with D Mob for a final fling at the charts, pretty much before switching to song writing and mega-success. Oh and another New Age record at 23, I think I was getting my Second-Wind as Hippie-by-inclination (too young to be one at the time)Ö

Significant Top 40 entries for Red Hot Chili Peppers and pop-wise Ace Of Base, and while Mariah was warbling her torturous cover up the charts, the Nilsson version was topping my play list along with Nancy Sinatraís Greatest Hits and It Never Rains In Southern California (Albert Hammond). Happily, Saint Etienne, Kate Bush, The Charlatans and Crowded House shone a bit of minor light lower down from the pompous big international diva chart hits middling it up in my charts for a few weeks, largely due to the songs rather than the quality of the records.




1 ( NEW ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
2 ( 1 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 37 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
4 ( 2 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
5 ( 3 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
6 ( 5 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
7 ( 8 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
8 ( 4 ) ACTION Def Leppard
9 ( 26 ) LINGER The Cranberries
10 ( 29 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb



11 ( 6 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
12 ( 19 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
13 ( 13 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
14 ( 7 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
15 ( NEW ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
16 ( 9 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
17 ( 10 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
18 ( 17 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
19 ( 28 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
20 ( 55 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla



21 ( 11 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
22 ( 12 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
23 ( NEW ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
24 ( 50 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
25 ( 20 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
26 ( 14 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
27 ( 15 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
28 ( 33 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
29 ( 21 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
30 ( 40 ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks

31 ( 16 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
32 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion
33 ( 22 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
34 ( 69 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
35 ( 49 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
36 ( 18 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
37 ( 23 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
38 ( 48 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
39 ( 24 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
40 ( NEW ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers

41 ( 35 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 30 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
43 ( 27 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
44 ( 34 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
45 ( 25 ) HYPERACTIVE (REMIX) Thomas Dolby
46 ( NEW ) DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
47 ( 67 ) IN YOUR ROOM Depeche Mode
48 ( NEW ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
49 ( 43 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal
50 ( 66 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx



51 ( 45 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 41 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
54 ( 38 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
55 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( 44 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
57 ( 31 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
58 ( NEW ) WHY SHOULD I LOVE YOU Kate Bush
59 ( RE ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
60 ( 42 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson

61 ( 61 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
62 ( 56 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
63 ( 57 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
64 ( 63 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 64 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
66 ( 36 ) I'M IN LUV Joe
67 ( NEW ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
68 ( 65 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
69 ( 51 ) LIFE Haddaway
70 ( 62 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc

71 ( NEW ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
72 ( NEW ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project
73 ( NEW ) CAN'T GET OUT OF MY HEAD The Charlatans
74 ( 72 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
75 ( NEW ) SOMETHING IN COMMON Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston


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13th FEB 1994

Another new entry at the top for the second week in a row - this time itís 1972 classic Without You in itís definitive version, the heart-breaking vocal by Nilsson. It had peaked at 2 first time round, and Top 10 again in 1976, this time with the recent death of Harry Nilsson (a great singer) and the comparison of UK chart number 1 (Mariah Carey) justice prevails in my chart-world.

In at 7 from nowhere, Texas do a dramatic ballad, and itís fab. I love Sharleen when she gets all soulful. A big leap for Saint Etienne into the Top 20, ditto Womack and Womack aka House Of Zakkarius. Meanwhile The Proclaimers want to get married and go Top 40, along with a good new entry from Level 42. Occasionally great, they were well out of fashion by 1994, unfairly I thought, as they were pretty good as their career dipped out and away. In the play list world of oldies, I was mad on Talk Of The USA all over again (Middle Of The Road non-hit from 1973), loving the classy gentle instrumental theme by Henry Mancini to gentle classy quirky US sitcom Newhart, and Love Train by the OíJays (obviously reviewing 1973 charts that week!).



1 ( NEW ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 3 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
3 ( 1 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
4 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
5 ( 9 ) LINGER The Cranberries
6 ( 7 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
7 ( NEW ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
8 ( 4 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
9 ( 12 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
10 ( 15 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis



11 ( 23 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
12 ( 48 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
13 ( 6 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
14 ( 19 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
15 ( 5 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
16 ( 38 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
17 ( 10 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
18 ( 20 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
19 ( 24 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
20 ( 11 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen



21 ( 8 ) ACTION Def Leppard
22 ( 16 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
23 ( 13 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
24 ( 14 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
25 ( 25 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
26 ( 17 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
27 ( 40 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
28 ( 28 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
29 ( 22 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
30 ( 18 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean

31 ( 27 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
32 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion
33 ( 21 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
34 ( 34 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
35 ( 50 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
36 ( 29 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
37 ( 59 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
38 ( 33 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
39 ( NEW ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
40 ( 72 ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project



41 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 26 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
43 ( 39 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
44 ( 46 ) DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
45 ( 44 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
46 ( NEW ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
47 ( 37 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
48 ( 31 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
49 ( 42 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
50 ( 49 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal

51 ( 67 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 30 ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks
54 ( 43 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
55 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( 51 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
57 ( 35 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
58 ( 53 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
59 ( 71 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
60 ( 36 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins

61 ( 56 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
62 ( 61 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
63 ( 73 ) CAN'T GET OUT OF BED The Charlatans
64 ( 64 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 65 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
66 ( 62 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
67 ( 63 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
68 ( 54 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
69 ( 75 ) SOMETHING IN COMMON Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston
70 ( NEW ) COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN Wendy Moten

71 ( 70 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
72 ( 74 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
73 ( 69 ) LIFE Haddaway
74 ( 57 ) IT'S ALRIGHT East 17
75 ( NEW ) WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU Sheryl Crow


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20th FEB 1994

2 weeks for Nilsson, while other oldies joining the chartparty are Joan Jett (from 1982), and Frankie Goes To Hollywood (via remix and a third in a row from 1984 to chart). New Kids On The Block get all grown up, and release an actual decent pop record under their initials. Sadly, 10-year-old girls didnít like the change, and more serious fans couldnít face grudgingly admitting it was OK, so that, more or less, was them done for. Sting returns with another jazz-flavoured ballad. 20 years on, I still have ambitions for Sting to release an actual exciting record again, and Iíd already harboured those ambitions for 10 years in 1994.

With an actual exciting pop rock record, meanwhile, The Wildhearts Bomb into my Top 40. Always under-rated they were, possibly as they were rather manic and fun for serious musos whom presume dour means meaningful, and intense equals passion, and fun is just bubblegum. Pah! Suede also return, much-loved by their generation of fans, and sometimes loved by me. Several future number ones from the band and ex-members are forecast, but here a minor entry (so far).


1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 4 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 3 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
4 ( 2 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
5 ( 5 ) LINGER The Cranberries
6 ( 7 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
7 ( 10 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
8 ( 9 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
9 ( 16 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
10 ( 12 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne

11 ( 11 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
12 ( 8 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
13 ( 6 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
14 ( 46 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
15 ( 39 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
16 ( 18 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
17 ( NEW ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
18 ( 37 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
19 ( 14 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
20 ( 13 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees



21 ( 17 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
22 ( 15 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
23 ( 23 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
24 ( 19 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
25 ( 20 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
26 ( 34 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
27 ( NEW ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB
28 ( 27 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
29 ( NEW ) NOTHING 'BOUT ME Sting
30 ( 35 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx

31 ( 22 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
32 ( NEW ) I LOVE ROCK 'N' ROLL Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
33 ( 25 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
34 ( 59 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
35 ( 29 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
36 ( 24 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
37 ( 31 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
38 ( NEW ) CAFFEINE BOMB The Wildhearts
39 ( 26 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
40 ( 44 ) DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul



41 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 33 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
43 ( 36 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
44 ( 21 ) ACTION Def Leppard
45 ( 28 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
46 ( 50 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
47 ( 40 ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project
48 ( 30 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
49 ( 38 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
50 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion

51 ( 45 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 63 ) CAN'T GET OUT OF BED The Charlatans
54 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 48 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
56 ( 56 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
57 ( 43 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
58 ( 58 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
59 ( 49 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
60 ( 64 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers

61 ( 65 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
62 ( 62 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
63 ( 42 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
64 ( NEW ) HIGHER GROUND Sasha
65 ( 54 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
66 ( 66 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
67 ( 71 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
68 ( 67 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
69 ( NEW ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
70 ( 70 ) COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN Wendy Moten




71 ( 47 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
72 ( 61 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
73 ( NEW ) RUSH Freakpower
74 ( 50 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal
75 ( 57 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top


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27th FEB 1994

3 weeks for Nilsson at 1, 1 week for another Nilsson at 75 - Josefin. Abba's Bjorn and Benny, basically. The charts go mad with new entries, lots of them pretty good: Morrissey with one of his best, Beck grunge-shuffling his way to declare he's a Loser. Know how he feels. Springsteen with the fab movie theme; Whatta Man, En Vogue & Salt n Pepa declaring the start of that modern curse: urban superstar duets. Thanks Gals!

Meanwhile Nat & eartha enter with records not necessarily well-known, but plugged via adverts. Also a modern phenomenon, but one I'm more in favour of! Ace Of Base finally get cracking into the Top 10; Cocteau's are cool at 40; Jimmy Cliff, reggae legend, does a film-related of the very under-rated non-reggae legend Johnny Nash, US Sam Cooke soundalike who was the first ever reggae breakthrough act in the UK and the US. He wrote I Can See Clearly Now, and covered Bob Marley 3 years before his breakthrough. Should be well-known!


1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 5 ) LINGER The Cranberries
4 ( 3 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
5 ( 4 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
6 ( 26 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
7 ( 15 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
8 ( 7 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
9 ( 17 ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
10 ( 6 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas

11 ( 8 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
12 ( 10 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
13 ( 14 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
14 ( 12 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
15 ( 11 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
16 ( 18 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
17 ( 9 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
18 ( 23 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
19 ( 29 ) NOTHING 'BOUT ME Sting
20 ( 27 ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB

21 ( 13 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
22 ( 16 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
23 ( NEW ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
24 ( 21 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
25 ( 20 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
26 ( 64 ) HIGHER GROUND Sasha
27 ( 30 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
28 ( 24 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
29 ( 19 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
30 ( 25 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen

31 ( 22 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
32 ( NEW ) IF I LOVE YA THEN I NEED YA Eartha Kitt
33 ( 32 ) I LOVE ROCK 'N' ROLL Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
34 ( 34 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
35 ( 31 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
36 ( 46 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
37 ( 33 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
38 ( 38 ) CAFFEINE BOMB The Wildhearts
39 ( 40 ) DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
40 ( NEW ) BLUEBEARD The Cocteau Twins



41 ( 28 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
42 ( 35 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
43 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
44 ( NEW ) SAIL AWAY Urban Cookie Collective
45 ( 43 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
46 ( 39 ) I'M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
47 ( NEW ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson
48 ( 37 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
49 ( 36 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
50 ( 42 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson

51 ( NEW ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
52 ( 69 ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
53 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
54 ( NEW ) I FEEL NO PAIN Bindu and Moodswings
55 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( NEW ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
57 ( 45 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
58 ( NEW ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
59 ( NEW ) NO MAN'S LAND Billy Joel
60 ( NEW ) RENAISSANCE M People



61 ( 60 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
62 ( 61 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
63 ( 62 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
64 ( 49 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
65 ( NEW ) DOWNTOWN SWV
66 ( NEW ) TEENAGE SENSATION Credit To The Nation
67 ( 58 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
68 ( NEW ) LOSER Beck
69 ( 56 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
70 ( NEW ) JINGO FKW



71 ( NEW ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
72 ( NEW ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and The Fall
73 ( 68 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
74 ( NEW ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
75 ( NEW ) LEAVE IT TO LOVE/ HEAVEN AND HELL Josefin Nilsson




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6th March 1994

4 weeks for Nilsson, presiding over a very volatile chart, much like the singles chart, and very indie-looking suddenly, also much like the UK singles chart. Ace Of Base get their second Top 3 single, Level 42 get their first (and last) Top 5. In at 8, 1986 classic ballad Wonderful Life, fabulous song, and then suddenly a host of huge jumpers: Carter with their glam-trib song at 9, Inspiral Carpets (helped by Mark E Smith of The Fall) rocket from 72 to 15, and Morrissey is back on form and shoots from 58 to 17.

Some golden oldies enter too, Elvis Costello sulking at 22, Alison Moyet whispers at 24 with her best Lightning-Seed-tastic single, while Boy George swears he misses us blind at 27, a remix of Culture Clubís brilliant 1983 album track. Jimmy Cliff takes Johnny Nashís Clearly Now up to 20, Smashing Pumpkins enter at 38, Suede go Top 40 just ahead of Beck, for a right olí indie rock delight.

Gunsí n Roses cover a 50ís classic (album track), joining 50ís acts Eartha Kitt and Nat ĎKingí Cole in the chart, (advert related), while thereís also a delightful dance new entry - no not Doop. Not Cappella. Both are fine, but Jam Ďní Spoon was the main one at a lowly 70.

1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 6 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
4 ( 3 ) LINGER The Cranberries
5 ( 7 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
6 ( 5 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
7 ( 4 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
8 ( NEW ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
9 ( 56 ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
10 ( 13 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince



11 ( 11 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
12 ( 8 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
13 ( 10 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
14 ( 9 ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
15 ( 72 ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and Mark E. Smith
16 ( 12 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
17 ( 58 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
18 ( 14 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
19 ( 23 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
20 ( 51 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff



21 ( 15 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
22 ( NEW ) SULKY GIRL Elvis Costello
23 ( 18 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
24 ( NEW ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
25 ( 25 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
26 ( 16 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
27 ( NEW ) MISS ME BLIND (REMIX) Boy George
28 ( 17 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
29 ( 19 ) NOTHING 'BOUT ME Sting
30 ( 32 ) IF I LOVE YA THEN I NEED YA Eartha Kitt



31 ( 65 ) DOWNTOWN SWV
32 ( 54 ) I FEEL NO PAIN Bindu and Moodswings
33 ( NEW ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
34 ( 70 ) JINGO FKW
35 ( 30 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
36 ( NEW ) DOOP Doop
37 ( NEW ) DISARM The Smashing Pumpkins
38 ( 21 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
39 ( 52 ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
40 ( 68 ) LOSER Beck

41 ( 24 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
42 ( 31 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
43 ( 20 ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB
44 ( 36 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
45 ( 43 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
46 ( 35 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
47 ( 47 ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson
48 ( 42 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
49 ( 45 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
50 ( 22 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla

51 ( NEW ) SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU Guns 'n' Roses
52 ( 34 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
53 ( 28 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
54 ( 53 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
55 ( 37 ) CAN'T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
56 ( 26 ) HIGHER GROUND Sasha
57 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
58 ( 60 ) RENAISSANCE M People
59 ( 38 ) CAFFEINE BOMB The Wildhearts
60 ( 50 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson

61 ( 39 ) DON'T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
62 ( 74 ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
63 ( NEW ) THE WAY YOU WORK IT EYC
64 ( 61 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 62 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
66 ( 71 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
67 ( 63 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
68 ( 27 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
69 ( 66 ) TEENAGE SENSATION Credit To The Nation
70 ( NEW ) RIGHT IN THE NIGHT Jam 'n' Spoon



71 ( NEW ) BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE Barbara Tucker
72 ( 40 ) BLUEBEARD The Cocteau Twins
73 ( NEW ) BECAUSE OF YOU Gabrielle
74 ( NEW ) A FAIR AFFAIR Misty Oldland
75 ( NEW ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella

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1. Size Isn't Everything The Bee Gees
2. Cross Of Changes Enigma
3. Deep Forest Deep Forest


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13th March 1994

5 weeks for Nilsson, heading for the all-time chart points Top 20 by this stage. Black do what they should have done first-time round and go up to 4. In at 5, from nowhere, though itís the best Rolling Stones record in 20 years. Err I mean itís Primal Scream getting their Rocks off. Alison meanwhile gets her first Top 10 in 7 years. The Inspiral Carpets get another Top 10 hit, and itís only fair they bring Mark E Smith along, as he never had a big hit with The Fall, though lots of minor ones.

Just hanging around waiting for a gap, Morrissey and Beck, while itís a 50-place climb for Cappella with one of their best singles. Itís classic Bruce at 30, and classic urban dance with En Vogue & Salt Ďní Pepa battling over Whatta Man at 39. Less classic, but theyve Got 2 got 2 move it, Reel 2 Real in at 37. Itís lower down that the real goodies drop by though, Velvet Underground creep in with the jangly haunting Venus In Furs, Prince has a last gasp (for a decade) as he goes insane and decides Prince isnít a good enough name - and kills his career stone dead after this last great ballad, Blur go all Pet Shop Boys-ey with the career-changing Girls & Boys, while welcome returns from Beautiful South, Roxette, Tom Petty (17 years of chart entries)....


1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 3 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
3 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
4 ( 8 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
5 ( NEW ) ROCKS Primal Scream
6 ( 4 ) LINGER The Cranberries
7 ( 9 ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
8 ( 24 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
9 ( 15 ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and Mark E. Smith
10 ( 5 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42



11 ( 7 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
12 ( 6 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
13 ( 17 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
14 ( 20 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
15 ( 40 ) LOSER Beck
16 ( 11 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
17 ( 19 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
18 ( 12 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
19 ( 10 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
20 ( 13 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas

21 ( 16 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
22 ( 36 ) DOOP Doop
23 ( 18 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
24 ( 14 ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
25 ( 75 ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella
26 ( 42 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
27 ( 25 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
28 ( 23 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
29 ( 69 ) TEENAGE SENSATION Credit To The Nation
30 ( 66 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen

31 ( 21 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
32 ( 58 ) RENAISSANCE M People
33 ( 33 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
34 ( 39 ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
35 ( 35 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
36 ( 47 ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson
37 ( NEW ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
38 ( 22 ) SULKY GIRL Elvis Costello
39 ( 62 ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
40 ( 26 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers

41 ( 28 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
42 ( 63 ) THE WAY YOU WORK IT EYC
43 ( 29 ) NOTHING 'BOUT ME Sting
44 ( 31 ) DOWNTOWN SWV
45 ( 68 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
46 ( NEW ) GOOD AS GOLD (STUPID AS MUD) The Beautiful South
47 ( 45 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
48 ( 38 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
49 ( NEW ) VENUS IN FURS The Velvet Underground
50 ( 27 ) MISS ME BLIND (REMIX) Boy George



51 ( 49 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
52 ( 30 ) IF I LOVE YA THEN I NEED YA Eartha Kitt
53 ( 46 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
54 ( 54 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
55 ( NEW ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
56 ( 37 ) DISARM The Smashing Pumpkins
57 ( 34 ) JINGO FKW
58 ( 57 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
59 ( 48 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
60 ( NEW ) DRY COUNTY Bon Jovi

61 ( 32 ) I FEEL NO PAIN Bindu and Moodswings
62 ( 41 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
63 ( 51 ) SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU Guns 'n' Roses
64 ( NEW ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
65 ( 64 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
66 ( 65 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
67 ( NEW ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
68 ( 67 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
69 ( NEW ) ICH BIN EIN AUSLANDER Pop Will Eat Itself
70 ( 60 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson



71 ( NEW ) I SHOULD'VE KNOWN Aimee Mann
72 ( NEW ) MURDER SHE WROTE Chaka Demus & Pliers
73 ( NEW ) MARY JANE'S LAST DANCE Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
74 ( NEW ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
75 ( 43 ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB




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20th March 1994

Ace Of Base finally get that number one, an American chart-topper too with their catchy pop grower. I always was partial to Scandipop, as I believe they call it now. Runner-up is Alison Moyet, just leap-frogging Primal Scream. The whole Top 10, though, is a bit of a classic list, and if I may say so myself, incredibly varied musically. Morrissey gets a rare solo Top 10, while a Springsteen classic ballad from Philadelphia starts to pick up speed, and gives him 19 years of Top 20 hits. Add in slacker-rock from Beck, and 40ís retro from Nat for a bit of a Top 10 clear-out.

Nearly there, D:Reamís 1993 Number one gets a remix return at 11, Tori Amos has a Pretty Good Year entering at 14 and Blur rocket up to 19, and Prince up to 39. Keeping up with the 1993 returns, Daryl Hall and Toni Braxton have a second go, while Madonna slides in with a very orthodox ballad for her, at 40. Iíve said it before, but a good gag is worth repeating until someone laughs, in at 68 is Ce Ce Peniston, a lady very thankful for those three letters of the alphabet, T, N and O.




1 ( 2 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
2 ( 8 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
3 ( 5 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
4 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
5 ( 3 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
6 ( 6 ) LINGER The Cranberries
7 ( 13 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
8 ( 30 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
9 ( 15 ) LOSER Beck
10 ( 17 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole



11 ( NEW ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
12 ( 14 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
13 ( 4 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
14 ( NEW ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
15 ( 7 ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
16 ( 11 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
17 ( 12 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
18 ( 9 ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and Mark E. Smith
19 ( 64 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
20 ( 38 ) SULKY GIRL Elvis Costello



21 ( 10 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
22 ( 22 ) DOOP Doop
23 ( 25 ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella
24 ( 32 ) RENAISSANCE M People
25 ( 33 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
26 ( 16 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
27 ( 46 ) GOOD AS GOLD (STUPID AS MUD) The Beautiful South
28 ( 39 ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
29 ( 18 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
30 ( 20 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas

31 ( 19 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
32 ( 26 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
33 ( 23 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
34 ( 27 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
35 ( 21 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
36 ( 37 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
37 ( 42 ) THE WAY YOU WORK IT EYC
38 ( 36 ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson
39 ( 67 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
40 ( NEW ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna



41 ( 35 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
42 ( 28 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
43 ( 24 ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
44 ( NEW ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
45 ( NEW ) I'M IN A PHILLY MOOD Daryl Hall
46 ( 29 ) TEENAGE SENSATION Credit To The Nation
47 ( 40 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
48 ( 55 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
49 ( 47 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
50 ( NEW ) DREAM ON DREAMER Brand New Heavies

51 ( 31 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
52 ( NEW ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
53 ( 54 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
54 ( 60 ) DRY COUNTY Bon Jovi
55 ( 49 ) VENUS IN FURS The Velvet Underground
56 ( 48 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
57 ( 59 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
58 ( 58 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
59 ( 53 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
60 ( 51 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers

61 ( 52 ) IF I LOVE YA THEN I NEED YA Eartha Kitt
62 ( NEW ) I NEVER WANT AN EASY LIFE The Charlatans
63 ( 34 ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
64 ( 74 ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
65 ( 65 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
66 ( 66 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
67 ( 43 ) NOTHING 'BOUT ME Sting
68 ( NEW ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston
69 ( 68 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
70 ( NEW ) AGAIN Juliet Roberts

71 ( 44 ) DOWNTOWN SWV
72 ( 72 ) MURDER SHE WROTE Chaka Demus & Pliers
73 ( 70 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
74 ( 41 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
75 ( 45 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx


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27th March 1994

Alison Moyet gets her only solo chart-topper, and her first since Yazoo did it in 1982 with Only You. Lightning Seeds-like melody-heavy, itís an insistent dance grower and should have done better than UK 18. D:Ream get to 2, the remix not as good as the original mix, but again, what a melody, and fresh even 12 months on.

High new entries, both following-up Number Ones, and both from great albums, and both (sticking with the melody theme) having subtle killer toons, two of their best in both cases (in a very long list of greats). So, which will get to the top....?!

Dance suddenly makes inroads with Culture Beat shooting to 10, Cappella to 12, and another version of the Detroit Spinners classic from Worldís Apart (aka Brother Beyondís Nathan) at 22. The Wonder Stuff at 26, James at 63 for indie newies, reggae from UB40, 14 years of hits and counting at 38, and Bitty Mcleanís version of the 50ís oldie (and Mamaís & Papaís 1967 classic version) at 55. a-ha 51, Bjork 75, among others to finish off the name-checks.




1 ( 2 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
2 ( 11 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
3 ( 1 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
4 ( NEW ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
5 ( 3 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
6 ( 4 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
7 ( 6 ) LINGER The Cranberries
8 ( 5 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
9 ( NEW ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
10 ( 52 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat



11 ( 7 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
12 ( 23 ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella
13 ( 8 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
14 ( 14 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
15 ( 12 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
16 ( 9 ) LOSER Beck
17 ( 10 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
18 ( 19 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
19 ( 22 ) DOOP Doop
20 ( 24 ) RENAISSANCE M People

21 ( 44 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
22 ( 64 ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
23 ( 13 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
24 ( 16 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
25 ( 17 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
26 ( NEW ) HOT LOVE NOW The Wonder Stuff
27 ( RE ) SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU Guns 'n' Roses
28 ( 28 ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
29 ( 21 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
30 ( 15 ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine

31 ( 25 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
32 ( 27 ) GOOD AS GOLD (STUPID AS MUD) The Beautiful South
33 ( 36 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
34 ( 40 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
35 ( 34 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
36 ( 37 ) THE WAY YOU WORK IT EYC
37 ( 18 ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and Mark E. Smith
38 ( NEW ) C'EST LA VIE UB40
39 ( 29 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
40 ( 68 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston

41 ( 33 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
42 ( 41 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
43 ( 30 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
44 ( 26 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
45 ( 45 ) I'M IN A PHILLY MOOD Daryl Hall
46 ( 39 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
47 ( 48 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
48 ( 50 ) DREAM ON DREAMER Brand New Heavies
49 ( 32 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
50 ( 54 ) DRY COUNTY Bon Jovi

51 ( NEW ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
52 ( 20 ) SULKY GIRL Elvis Costello
53 ( 49 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
54 ( 53 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
55 ( NEW ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
56 ( 35 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
57 ( NEW ) I BELIEVE Sounds Of Blackness
58 ( 31 ) I CAN'T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
59 ( 58 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
60 ( NEW ) SOMEBODY TO SHOVE Soul Asylum

61 ( 42 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
62 ( 57 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
63 ( NEW ) SAY SOMETHING James
64 ( 47 ) LET'S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
65 ( 60 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers
66 ( 65 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
67 ( 66 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
68 ( 51 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
69 ( NEW ) LET THE BEAT CONTROL YOUR BODY 2 Unlimited
70 ( 38 ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson



71 ( 69 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
72 ( RE ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
73 ( 59 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
74 ( NEW ) MONEY The Backbeat Band
75 ( NEW ) VIOLENTLY HAPPY Bjork


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3rd April 1994

2 weeks on top for Alison Moyet, keeping off the Bee Gees from the top, with Pet Shop Boys up to 5, both with gorgeous ballads, two of the loveliest releases in their careers in both cases. Meanwhile, Springsteen pops back in the Top 10 with one of his greatest ballads, and Tori Amos does the same with her best, and Jimmy Cliff takes Johnny Nashís I Can See Clearly back into the top 10 22 years on (and 5 years on from the last time it was in there).

Highest new entry, The Proclaimers know What Makes You Cry at 15, and Madonna remembers at 16, presumably not the Coasters 1950ís re-issue at 26 though, as sheís the same age as me, and FAR too young to recall the fifties. At 33? Mmmmm. Or 4 times that, as the impressively deep-voiced Crash Test Dummies get a welcome quirky ballad into the charts. Itís sort of more folk than rock, whereas Pink Floyd at 35 is more Prog than rock, and Pulp at 65 more Britpop than rock trying to remember the first time. A low-key arrival for one of the great 90ís bands there.

1 ( 1 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
2 ( 4 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
3 ( 2 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
4 ( 3 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
5 ( 9 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
6 ( 5 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
7 ( 13 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
8 ( 14 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
9 ( 8 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
10 ( 15 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff

11 ( 6 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
12 ( 10 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
13 ( 20 ) RENAISSANCE M People
14 ( 7 ) LINGER The Cranberries
15 ( NEW ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
16 ( 34 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
17 ( 22 ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
18 ( 18 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
19 ( 11 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
20 ( 31 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit



21 ( 33 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
22 ( 12 ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella
23 ( 26 ) HOT LOVE NOW The Wonder Stuff
24 ( 23 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
25 ( 21 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
26 ( NEW ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters
27 ( 25 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
28 ( 40 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston
29 ( 38 ) C'EST LA VIE UB40
30 ( 16 ) LOSER Beck

31 ( 19 ) DOOP Doop
32 ( 17 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
33 ( NEW ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
34 ( 29 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
35 ( NEW ) TAKE IT BACK Pink Floyd
36 ( 46 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
37 ( 27 ) SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU Guns 'n' Roses
38 ( NEW ) I WAS RIGHT AND YOU WERE WRONG Deacon Blue
39 ( 60 ) SOMEBODY TO SHOVE Soul Asylum
40 ( 57 ) I BELIEVE Sounds Of Blackness



41 ( 35 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
42 ( 41 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
43 ( 24 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
44 ( 32 ) GOOD AS GOLD (STUPID AS MUD) The Beautiful South
45 ( 42 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
46 ( 39 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
47 ( 28 ) WHATTA MAN Salt 'n' Pepa and En Vogue
48 ( 63 ) SAY SOMETHING James
49 ( 55 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
50 ( 30 ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine

51 ( 51 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
52 ( 50 ) DRY COUNTY Bon Jovi
53 ( 36 ) THE WAY YOU WORK IT EYC
54 ( 37 ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and Mark E. Smith
55 ( 54 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
56 ( 53 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
57 ( 49 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
58 ( 43 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
59 ( 52 ) SULKY GIRL Elvis Costello
60 ( 59 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex

61 ( 47 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
62 ( 45 ) I'M IN A PHILLY MOOD Daryl Hall
63 ( NEW ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway
64 ( 62 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
65 ( NEW ) DO YOU REMEMBER THE FIRST TIME Pulp
66 ( 66 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
67 ( 67 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
68 ( 44 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
69 ( NEW ) HAVE MERCY Yazz
70 ( 65 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN' 93 The Doobie Brothers



71 ( NEW ) LOOK WHO'S TALKING Dr. Alban
72 ( 71 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
73 ( NEW ) BUMP 'N' GRIND R Kelly
74 ( NEW ) FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU Gin Blossoms
75 ( NEW ) THE RED SHOES Kate Bush




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10th April 1994

The Bee Gees get 3 in a row chart-toppers, consistency they never had at any chart period in their career previously, though apart from 7 number ones to date they also had 2 written for Yvonne Elliman, and at least 6 number 2ís including the very first John Chart in 1968. Madonna gets another Top 10, though during a period for her when she failed to go top 10 as often as she went top 10. Blur return to the top 10 with the fab Girls And Boys, kick-starting their classic period.

Top 20 for Prince, after crawling up slowly, to join the many ballads in the upper echelons, while Tony Di Bart brings his huge dance hit in at 17, the highest new entry. A sudden leap from a-ha to 20, 9 years on and still going strong, and 60ís goodie Sweets For My Sweet gets the reggae treatment from CJ Lewis at 24, while Bitty McLean is at 27 with 50ís classic Dedicated To The One I Love, also reggae-fied. Fun enough, though neither are as good as previous hit versions.

Hung Up and Always go Top 40. Madonna is 7, Bon Jovi 37 - but these songs arenít their famous hits, they are new entries from Paul Weller and Erasure. I need youtube reminders, though I recall Erasure being a goodie. Other than that thereís a major classic entering in the 70ís. Not Take Thatís huge hit, no, itís The Pretenders brilliant Iíll Stand By You. So good even a pedestrian version by Girls Aloud went to number one over a decade later.



1 ( 2 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
2 ( 5 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
3 ( 4 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
4 ( 1 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
5 ( 3 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
6 ( 7 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
7 ( 16 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
8 ( 6 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
9 ( 9 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
10 ( 18 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur

11 ( 15 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
12 ( 11 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
13 ( 12 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
14 ( 17 ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
15 ( 36 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
16 ( 8 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
17 ( NEW ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
18 ( 33 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
19 ( 21 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
20 ( 51 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha




21 ( 26 ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters
22 ( 10 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
23 ( 13 ) RENAISSANCE M People
24 ( NEW ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
25 ( 61 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
26 ( 14 ) LINGER The Cranberries
27 ( 49 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
28 ( 28 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston
29 ( 25 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
30 ( 19 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey

31 ( 24 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
32 ( 20 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
33 ( 27 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
34 ( 23 ) HOT LOVE NOW The Wonder Stuff
35 ( 74 ) FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU Gin Blossoms
36 ( 29 ) C'EST LA VIE UB40
37 ( 52 ) DRY COUNTY Bon Jovi
38 ( NEW ) HUNG UP Paul Weller
39 ( 31 ) DOOP Doop
40 ( NEW ) ALWAYS Erasure




41 ( 34 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
42 ( 48 ) SAY SOMETHING James
43 ( 42 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
44 ( 32 ) LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat 'King' Cole
45 ( NEW ) HI DE HO K7 & The Swing Kids
46 ( 41 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
47 ( 45 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
48 ( 22 ) MOVE ON BABY Cappella
49 ( 63 ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway
50 ( 69 ) HAVE MERCY Yazz

51 ( 30 ) LOSER Beck
52 ( 35 ) TAKE IT BACK Pink Floyd
53 ( 43 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
54 ( NEW ) SON OF A GUN JX
55 ( 38 ) I WAS RIGHT AND YOU WERE WRONG Deacon Blue
56 ( 39 ) SOMEBODY TO SHOVE Soul Asylum
57 ( 55 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
58 ( NEW ) SHINE ON Degrees Of Motion
59 ( 46 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
60 ( 60 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex

61 ( 56 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
62 ( NEW ) YOU GOTTA BE Des'ree
63 ( 37 ) SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU Guns 'n' Roses
64 ( 75 ) THE RED SHOES Kate Bush
65 ( NEW ) SEVENTEEN Let Loose
66 ( NEW ) HOW GEE Black Machine
67 ( 66 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
68 ( 67 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
69 ( 64 ) I WOULDN'T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
70 ( 40 ) I BELIEVE Sounds Of Blackness

71 ( NEW ) BROTHER SISTER Urban Species
72 ( NEW ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders
73 ( NEW ) I'LL WAIT Taylor Dayne
74 ( NEW ) EVERYTHING CHANGES Take That
75 ( NEW ) ONLY TO BE WITH YOU Roachford




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17th April 1994

2 weeks for the Bee Gees holding off Pet Shop Boys from the top, and Brooce hits 4, his highest chart position to date. Crash Test Dummies bring their quirky Canadian folkrock up to 7. Mmmmmmm folkalicious! Erasureís sweet Always shoots to 12, and Terrorvision are the highest new entry at 25 - Oblivion! Good name for a rollercoaster that...

Kateís up to 27, keeping her Top 40 run going with one of her less commercial singles, Taylor Dayneís back 7 years on from her debut Top 40 hit at 34, and The Pretenders extend their run of new hits in the 40 to 15 years. Others: Bob Geldof is Crazy at 52, 17 years on from the Boomtown Rats debut; Frank Sinatraís My Way just wonít go away 25 years on from starting itís looooong run. I donít see it charting again though; Celine Dion has been misled. When I was 12 I was sure it was a verb, not a noun. I misle, you misle, we misle and I have been misled (pronounced My-Zelled). I read a lot more words than people used in conversation in those days. I wish Celine had pronounced it My-Selled, allowing for the accent; and lastly Tina Turner is back with her cover of her cover with Ike of Creedenceís 1969 Top 10.

1 ( 1 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
2 ( 2 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
3 ( 3 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
4 ( 6 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
5 ( 5 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
6 ( 4 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
7 ( 17 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
8 ( 23 ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
9 ( 16 ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
10 ( 14 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince




11 ( 11 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
12 ( 40 ) ALWAYS Erasure
13 ( 12 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
14 ( 7 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
15 ( 9 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
16 ( 8 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
17 ( 29 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
18 ( 20 ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters
19 ( 13 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
20 ( 28 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston

21 ( 10 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
22 ( 27 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
23 ( 19 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
24 ( 15 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
25 ( NEW ) OBLIVION Terrorvision
26 ( 18 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
27 ( 64 ) THE RED SHOES Kate Bush
28 ( 62 ) YOU GOTTA BE Des'ree
29 ( 38 ) HUNG UP Paul Weller
30 ( 49 ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway




31 ( 21 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
32 ( 35 ) FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU Gin Blossoms
33 ( 31 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
34 ( 73 ) I'LL WAIT Taylor Dayne
35 ( NEW ) 100% PURE LOVE Crystal Waters
36 ( 22 ) RENAISSANCE M People
37 ( 42 ) SAY SOMETHING James
38 ( 26 ) LINGER The Cranberries
39 ( 25 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
40 ( 72 ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders



41 ( 39 ) DOOP Doop
42 ( 33 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
43 ( 66 ) HOW GEE Black Machine
44 ( 14 ) COULD IT BE I'M FALLING IN LOVE World's Apart
45 ( 43 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
46 ( 54 ) SON OF A GUN JX
47 ( 65 ) SEVENTEEN Let Loose
48 ( 46 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
49 ( 32 ) I BELIEVE Marcella Detroit
50 ( 47 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen

51 ( 36 ) C'EST LA VIE UB40
52 ( NEW ) CRAZY Bob Geldof
53 ( 30 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
54 ( NEW ) MY WAY Frank Sinatra
55 ( 75 ) ONLY TO BE WITH YOU Roachford
56 ( 71 ) BROTHER SISTER Urban Species
57 ( NEW ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE Rockmelons
58 ( 57 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
59 ( 41 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
60 ( NEW ) LONELY SYMPHONY Frances Ruffelle

61 ( 60 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
62 ( 61 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
63 ( NEW ) BACK IN MY LIFE Joe Roberts
64 ( 53 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
65 ( NEW ) MISLED Celine Dion
66 ( NEW ) LET THE MUSIC LIFT YOU UP Loveland vs Darlene Lewis
67 ( 67 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
68 ( 68 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
69 ( NEW ) ALL OVER YOU Level 42
70 ( NEW ) GOTTA LOTTA LOVE Ice T

71 ( 74 ) EVERYTHING CHANGES Take That
72 ( NEW ) WHAT'S IT LIKE TO BE BEAUTIFUL Lena Fiagbe
73 ( NEW ) LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR Honky
74 ( 45 ) HI DE HO K7 & The Swing Kids
75 ( NEW ) PROUD MARY Tina Turner


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24th April 1994

3 weeks on top for the Bee Gees, and 3 in an uncharacteristically subordinate role for Pet Shop Boys. At 3 The Proclaimers hitting their highest chart placing with a minor hit, and after 3 previous Top 10 hits. Erasure get yet another Top 10 hit, 8 years of Will-they-wonít-they make the Top 10 - 2 number ones and many big hits, but just as many minor hits too. I liked this one a lot though.

The Pretenders shoot up to 11, and quite right too! Terrorvision go top 20, not for the last time, and Marvin Gayeís back. Well, sort of - itís an unreleased track which was pepped up and sounded great, in at 19 for 25 years of ďnewĒ hits. Richard Marx is back at 36, one of those variable artists, sometimes classic number one quality (Hazard), sometimes not...


1 ( 1 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
2 ( 2 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
3 ( 11 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
4 ( 8 ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
5 ( 7 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
6 ( 12 ) ALWAYS Erasure
7 ( 5 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
8 ( 3 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
9 ( 4 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
10 ( 10 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince

11 ( 40 ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders
12 ( 9 ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
13 ( 6 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
14 ( 13 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
15 ( 25 ) OBLIVION Terrorvision
16 ( 18 ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters
17 ( 22 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
18 ( 14 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
19 ( NEW ) LUCKY LUCKY ME Marvin Gaye
20 ( 28 ) YOU GOTTA BE Des'ree

21 ( 17 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
22 ( 15 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
23 ( 16 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
24 ( 19 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
25 ( 27 ) THE RED SHOES Kate Bush
26 ( 21 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
27 ( 30 ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway
28 ( 20 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston
29 ( 56 ) BROTHER SISTER Urban Species
30 ( 26 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real

31 ( 24 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
32 ( 23 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
33 ( 35 ) 100% PURE LOVE Crystal Waters
34 ( 73 ) LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR Honky
35 ( 33 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
36 ( NEW ) SILENT SCREAM Richard Marx
37 ( 54 ) MY WAY Frank Sinatra
38 ( 52 ) CRAZY Bob Geldof
39 ( 63 ) BACK IN MY ARMS Joe Roberts
40 ( 43 ) HOW GEE Black Machine

41 ( 70 ) GOTTA LOTTA LOVE Ice T
42 ( 29 ) HUNG UP Paul Weller
43 ( NEW ) WE WAIT AND WE WONDER Phil Collins
44 ( 31 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
45 ( 45 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
46 ( 41 ) DOOP Doop
47 ( NEW ) WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW Nick Green
48 ( 34 ) I'LL WAIT Taylor Dayne
49 ( 48 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
50 ( 55 ) ONLY TO BE WITH YOU Roachford

51 ( 50 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
52 ( 39 ) SLEEPING IN MY CAR Roxette
53 ( 38 ) LINGER The Cranberries
54 ( NEW ) I'M GONNA CRY MYSELF BLIND Primal Scream
55 ( 42 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
56 ( 66 ) LET THE MUSIC LIFT YOU UP Loveland vs Darlene Lewis
57 ( 57 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE Rockmelons
58 ( 58 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
59 ( 36 ) RENAISSANCE M People
60 ( 60 ) LONELY SYMPHONY Frances Ruffelle

61 ( 61 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
62 ( 32 ) FOUND OUT ABOUT YOU Gin Blossoms
63 ( 62 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
64 ( 71 ) EVERYTHING CHANGES Take That
65 ( 65 ) MISLED Celine Dion
66 ( NEW ) AIN'T NOTHIN' LIKE THE REAL THING Elton John and Mareclla Detroit
67 ( 67 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
68 ( 68 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
69 ( 37 ) SAY SOMETHING James
70 ( 53 ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey

71 ( 47 ) SEVENTEEN Let Loose
72 ( 59 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
73 ( 75 ) PROUD MARY Tina Turner
74 ( 64 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
75 ( NEW ) SINGING THE BLUES Daniel O'Donnell

PLAYLIST OLDIES
1. From The Underworld - The Herd
2. Hooked On A Feeling - B.J. Thomas
3. Very (album) - Pet Shop Boys


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1st May 1994

After 3 weeks at 2, Pet Shop Boys finally overhaul the Bee Gees with the gorgeous Liberation, 4th Number One in a row from Very. I saw a 3D version of the video at the much-hated IMAX building in Bournemouth (years later), which was pretty amazing - if you've never seen it check it out, awesome. Up to 4, The Pretenders most-touching ballad, a truly great record and sentiment. Prince getting to 6, and then itís all about a deluge of new entries headed by 2 world music follow-ups, Deep Forest at 12 and Enigma at 13, sounding much like the previous ones, but still good.

Other genres? Dance at 17 from Gloworm, slacker-rock from Red Hot Chili Peppers at 25 (the revered Under The Bridge), jazz funk from Level 42 at 24, big ballad from the always-there Wet Wet Wet cover of the Troggs great original at 35. As opposed to grate. MOR from la Streisand at 59 (Lloyd-webber, I think), Blur kick-starting Britpop proper with album track Parklife popping in at 61, and what a classic it is, still fresh. Eternal, as opposed to the group who somehow slide in at 65.



1 ( 2 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
2 ( 1 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
3 ( 3 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
4 ( 11 ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders
5 ( 4 ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
6 ( 10 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
7 ( 5 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
8 ( 6 ) ALWAYS Erasure
9 ( 12 ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
10 ( 8 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base

11 ( 7 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
12 ( NEW ) DEEP FOREST Deep Forset
13 ( NEW ) THE EYES OF TRUTH Enigma
14 ( 9 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
15 ( 47 ) WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW Nick Green
16 ( 36 ) SILENT SCREAM Richard Marx
17 ( NEW ) CARRY ME HOME Gloworm
18 ( 13 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
19 ( 19 ) LUCKY LUCKY ME Marvin Gaye
20 ( 25 ) THE RED SHOES Kate Bush



21 ( 27 ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway
22 ( 14 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
23 ( 17 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
24 ( NEW ) ALL OVER YOU Level 42
25 ( NEW ) UNDER THE BRIDGE Red Hot Chili Peppers
26 ( 18 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
27 ( 15 ) OBLIVION Terrorvision
28 ( NEW ) DREAMS The Cranberries
29 ( 20 ) YOU GOTTA BE Des'ree
30 ( 16 ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters



31 ( 33 ) 100% PURE LOVE Crystal Waters
32 ( 22 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
33 ( NEW ) BECOMING MORE LIKE GOD Jah Wobbles Invaders Of The Heart
34 ( 23 ) ROCKS Primal Scream
35 ( NEW ) LOVE IS ALL AROUND Wet Wet Wet
36 ( NEW ) MR JONES Counting Crows
37 ( 43 ) WE WAIT AND WE WONDER Phil Collins
38 ( 38 ) CRAZY Bob Geldof
39 ( 32 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
40 ( 60 ) LONELY SYMPHONY (WE WILL BE FREE) Frances Ruffelle

41 ( 65 ) MISLED Celine Dion
42 ( 31 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
43 ( 24 ) WORLD IN YOUR HANDS Culture Beat
44 ( 26 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
45 ( 21 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
46 ( 35 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black
47 ( NEW ) UNIFORM The Inspiral Carpets
48 ( 39 ) BACK IN MY ARMS Joe Roberts
49 ( NEW ) BIG GAY HEART The Lemonheads
50 ( 45 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall

51 ( 40 ) HOW GEE Black Machine
52 ( 29 ) BROTHER SISTER Urban Species
53 ( 28 ) KEEP GIVIN' ME LOVE Ce Ce Peniston
54 ( 51 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
55 ( 49 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
56 ( 46 ) DOOP Doop
57 ( 30 ) I LIKE 2 MOVE IT Reel 2 Real
58 ( 58 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
59 ( NEW ) AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE Barbra Streisand
60 ( 64 ) EVERYTHING CHANGES Take That

61 ( NEW ) PARKLIFE Blur
62 ( 61 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
63 ( 48 ) I'LL WAIT Taylor Dayne
64 ( 66 ) AIN'T NOTHIN' LIKE THE REAL THING Elton John and Mareclla Detroit
65 ( NEW ) JUST A STEP FROM HEAVEN Eternal
66 ( 63 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
67 ( 55 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
68 ( 67 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
69 ( 68 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
70 ( NEW ) COME ON YOU REDS Manchester United Football Club and Status Quo



71 ( NEW ) AROUND THE WORLD East 17
72 ( 34 ) LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR Honky
73 ( NEW ) LIGHT MY FIRE Clubhouse
74 ( NEW ) IT WILL BE YOU Paul Young
75 ( NEW ) 13 STEPS LEAD ON Elvis Costello


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8th May 1994

Back up at 1 for a 4th and final week, the Bee Gees, with Enigma getting to 2 trying for a 3rd Number One. Straight in is classic 80Ďs oldie, Grace Jones Slave To The Rhythm going Top 10 for the second time (1985 being the first). New act Nick Green never got any further in any chart other than Top 10 in my chart, which is basically James Blunt/Nick Drake vocally and itís sweeping strings-tastic. Writes music for TV shows now I think. Highest new entry proper is Judy Cheeks at 12, a bit of gospel diva dance. Great singer.

Phil Collins suddenly jumps to 13 with a pleasant ballad, Crystal Waters gets a second Top 20 hit, and TV advert theme tune Inside from grunge-rock act Stiltskin shoot in at 23. Those riffs were fantastic. Eurovision time? Thatíll be Frances Ruffelle at 28 then, one of the UKís best 90ís entries. Classic oldie Listen To The Music is back 20 years on, remixed of course at 29 as per recent Doobies hits. Baby I Love Your way is back for the third time - reggae this time, and probably the best cover of it since Peter Framptonís original 1976 hit.

Jah Wobble, of Public Image Limited fame, is at 22 with indie-reaggae and featuring vocalist Anneli Drecker, who charted last year with a great oldie in my charts from a few years back. Jon Secadaís back, The Lemonheads are back with a big gay (country) heart at 39 and some lyrics not radio-friendly, and Elvis Costello is never far away from my charts, here at 49 steppin up.


1 ( 2 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
2 ( 13 ) THE EYES OF TRUTH Enigma
3 ( 1 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
4 ( 4 ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders
5 ( 3 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
6 ( 5 ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
7 ( NEW ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones
8 ( 15 ) WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW Nick Green
9 ( 12 ) DEEP FOREST Deep Forset
10 ( 10 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base



11 ( 7 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
12 ( NEW ) REACH Judy Cheeks
13 ( 37 ) WE WAIT AND WE WONDER Phil Collins
14 ( 16 ) SILENT SCREAM Richard Marx
15 ( 17 ) CARRY ME HOME Gloworm
16 ( 6 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince
17 ( 9 ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
18 ( 8 ) ALWAYS Erasure
19 ( 31 ) 100% PURE LOVE Crystal Waters
20 ( 28 ) DREAMS The Cranberries



21 ( 11 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
22 ( 33 ) BECOMING MORE LIKE GOD Jah Wobbles Invaders Of The Heart
23 ( NEW ) INSIDE Stiltskin
24 ( 14 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
25 ( 25 ) UNDER THE BRIDGE Red Hot Chili Peppers
26 ( 19 ) LUCKY LUCKY ME Marvin Gaye
27 ( 22 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
28 ( 40 ) LONELY SYMPHONY (WE WILL BE FREE) Frances Ruffelle
29 ( NEW ) LISTEN TO THE MUSIC (REMIX) The Doobie Brothers
30 ( 18 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet




31 ( 41 ) MISLED Celine Dion
32 ( 20 ) THE RED SHOES/ SHOEDANCE Kate Bush
33 ( 59 ) AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE Barbra Streisand
34 ( 24 ) ALL OVER YOU Level 42
35 ( 35 ) LOVE IS ALL AROUND Wet Wet Wet
36 ( NEW ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY Big Mountain
37 ( 26 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
38 ( 48 ) BACK IN MY ARMS Joe Roberts
39 ( 49 ) BIG GAY HEART The Lemonheads
40 ( NEW ) IF YOU GO Jon Secada

41 ( 23 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
42 ( 70 ) COME ON YOU REDS Manchester United Football Club and Status Quo
43 ( 30 ) SORRY BUT I'M GONNA HAVE TO PASS The Coasters
44 ( 32 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
45 ( 29 ) YOU GOTTA BE Des'ree
46 ( RE ) TAKE IT BACK Pink Floyd
47 ( 21 ) ROCK MY HEART Haddaway
48 ( 72 ) LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR Honky
49 ( 75 ) 13 STEPS LEAD ON Elvis Costello
50 ( 34 ) ROCKS Primal Scream

51 ( 27 ) OBLIVION Terrorvision
52 ( 39 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha
53 ( 71 ) AROUND THE WORLD East 17
54 ( 65 ) JUST A STEP FROM HEAVEN Eternal
55 ( 54 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
56 ( 50 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
57 ( 58 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
58 ( 55 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
59 ( 36 ) MR JONES Counting Crows
60 ( 46 ) WONDERFUL LIFE Black

61 ( 42 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
62 ( 45 ) ANOTHER SAD LOVE SONG (REMIX) Toni Braxton
63 ( 62 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
64 ( 64 ) AIN'T NOTHIN' LIKE THE REAL THING Elton John and Mareclla Detroit
65 ( 44 ) GIRLS AND BOYS Blur
66 ( 73 ) LIGHT MY FIRE Clubhouse
67 ( 69 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
68 ( 68 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
69 ( 66 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
70 ( NEW ) MUST BE THE MUSIC Hysterix

71 ( NEW ) MILLENIUM Killing Joke
72 ( NEW ) HOLD THAT SUCKER DOWN O.T. Quartet
73 ( 47 ) UNIFORM The Inspiral Carpets
74 ( 38 ) CRAZY Bob Geldof
75 ( NEW ) PLEASE MR. POSTMAN The Backbeat Band

oldies
1. The 2 Of Us - The Beatles
2. Move On - Abba
3. Don't Give Up - Petula Clark


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15th May 1994

Third number one for Enigma, and second in a row from the same album, keeping off The Pretenders from the top spot - in retrospect they are the wrong way round, I much prefer Iíll Stand By You these days! The Doobie Brothers finally go top 10 with Listen To The Music after almost doing it in 1974 (but the original version is the best, regardless). Grunge and passionate gospeldance meanwhile go top 10, courtesy of Stiltskin and Gloworm, both terrific tracks.

Jon Secada gets another Top 20 2 years after his debut number 2 hit, and Phyllis Nelsonís 1985 smooth soul oldie comes back at 21. More surprisingly Red Hot Chili Peppers go top 20 and Wet Wet Wet donít. Iíll take that as right... Sudden spurts after ottering about a bit for veterans Pink Floyd and Elton John (with Marcella Detroit), both into the 40, and Parklife re-enters at 36 now out as a single. Nilssonís classic Without You is joined by his classic Everybodyís Talking, albeit courtesy The Beautiful South who do a lovely version. Letís be clear though, the Nilsson versions of songs are always the definitive versions, the man was a great.

Outside the 40, and a great reggae big hit for Dawn Penn pops in at 49, a cover of Summer n Streisand hits 52 by 2 current dance divas, and Neneh Cherry is back 5 years on with Youssou NíDour, also 5 years since his debut, and the absolutely classic and haunting Seven Seconds. Just brilliant.




1 ( 2 ) THE EYES OF TRUTH Enigma
2 ( 4 ) I'LL STAND BY YOU The Pretenders
3 ( 1 ) HOW TO FALL IN LOVE The Bee Gees
4 ( 29 ) LISTEN TO THE MUSIC (REMIX) The Doobie Brothers
5 ( 9 ) DEEP FOREST Deep Forset
6 ( 3 ) LIBERATION Pet Shop Boys
7 ( 23 ) INSIDE Stiltskin
8 ( 15 ) CARRY ME HOME Gloworm
9 ( 5 ) WHAT MAKES YOU CRY The Proclaimers
10 ( 7 ) SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM Grace Jones



11 ( 6 ) SWEETS FOR MY SWEET C.J. Lewis
12 ( 8 ) WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW Nick Green
13 ( 10 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
14 ( 12 ) REACH Judy Cheeks
15 ( 13 ) WE WAIT AND WE WONDER Phil Collins
16 ( 20 ) DREAMS The Cranberries
17 ( 40 ) IF YOU GO Jon Secada
18 ( 25 ) UNDER THE BRIDGE Red Hot Chili Peppers
19 ( 11 ) MMM MMM MMM MMM Crash Test Dummies
20 ( 16 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Prince

21 ( NEW ) MOVE CLOSER Phyllis Nelson
22 ( 14 ) SILENT SCREAM Richard Marx
23 ( 21 ) UR THE BEST THING (REMIX) D:Ream
24 ( 17 ) THE REAL THING Tony Di Bart
25 ( 18 ) ALWAYS Erasure
26 ( 35 ) LOVE IS ALL AROUND Wet Wet Wet
27 ( 19 ) 100% PURE LOVE Crystal Waters
28 ( 53 ) AROUND THE WORLD East 17
29 ( 36 ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY Big Mountain
30 ( 46 ) TAKE IT BACK Pink Floyd

31 ( 64 ) AIN'T NOTHIN' LIKE THE REAL THING Elton John and Mareclla Detroit
32 ( 27 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
33 ( 24 ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
34 ( 38 ) BACK IN MY ARMS Joe Roberts
35 ( 30 ) WHISPERING YOUR NAME Alison Moyet
36 ( RE ) PARKLIFE Blur
37 ( 54 ) JUST A STEP FROM HEAVEN Eternal
38 ( 39 ) BIG GAY HEART The Lemonheads
39 ( NEW ) EVERYBODY'S TALKING The Beautiful South
40 ( 34 ) ALL OVER YOU Level 42



41 ( 42 ) COME ON YOU REDS Manchester United Football Club and Status Quo
42 ( 22 ) BECOMING MORE LIKE GOD Jah Wobbles Invaders Of The Heart featuring Annili Drecker
43 ( 26 ) LUCKY LUCKY ME Marvin Gaye
44 ( 37 ) I'LL REMEMBER Madonna
45 ( 41 ) DEDICATED TO THE ONE I LOVE Bitty McLean
46 ( 49 ) 13 STEPS LEAD DOWN Elvis Costello
47 ( 66 ) LIGHT MY FIRE Clubhouse
48 ( 32 ) THE RED SHOES/ SHOEDANCE Kate Bush
49 ( NEW ) YOU DON'T LOVE ME (NO NO NO) Dawn Penn
50 ( 31 ) MISLED Celine Dion



51 ( 44 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
52 ( NEW ) NO MORE TEARS (ENOUGH IS ENOUGH) Kym Mazelle and Jocelyn Brown
53 ( 28 ) LONELY SYMPHONY (WE WILL BE FREE) Frances Ruffelle
54 ( 33 ) AS IF WE NEVER SAID GOODBYE Barbra Streisand
55 ( NEW ) SEVEN SECONDS Youssou N'Dour and Neneh Cherry
56 ( 57 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
57 ( NEW ) NUMBER ONE EYC
58 ( 55 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
59 ( 59 ) MR JONES Counting Crows
60 ( 52 ) SHAPES THAT GO TOGETHER a-ha

61 ( 58 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
62 ( 48 ) LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR Honky
63 ( 56 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
64 ( 63 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
65 ( 61 ) PRETTY GOOD YEAR Tori Amos
66 ( NEW ) NAZIS 1994 Roger Taylor
67 ( NEW ) SET YOU FREE N Trance
68 ( 67 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
69 ( 68 ) YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN'/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
70 ( NEW ) SATURDAY NIGHT SUNDAY MORNING T Empo

71 ( NEW ) OBJECTS IN THE REAR VIEW MIRROR Meatloaf
72 ( NEW ) LEAN ON ME Michael Bolton
73 ( NEW ) YOUR BODY'S CALLIN' R Kelly
74 ( 69 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
75 ( NEW ) ROCKIN' FOR MYSELF Motiv 8


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