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258. “Last Christmas” by Wham! — 698.709 points (#7 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 15. December, 1984
  • Chart Peak: #2 (in 1984-1985, 2017)
  • Weeks on Chart: 86 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 344-253-292-306-310-264-232-113-194
"Last Christmas" is a song by English pop duo Wham!, released on Epic Records in December 1984, on a double A-side with "Everything She Wants". It was written and produced by George Michael, and has been covered by many artists since its original release. The song reached number one in Denmark, Slovenia and Sweden and number two in eight countries; Belgium, Netherlands, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, New Zealand and United Kingdom. Wham! donated all of their royalties to the Ethiopian famine.

Wham! already had two number one songs in the UK Singles Chart in 1984 and news that they were planning a Christmas single meant that a battle for the coveted Christmas number one spot in the UK seemed set to be between Wham! and the year's other big act, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who had achieved a third number one in early December with "The Power of Love". However, the Band Aid single written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure, produced the number one single "Do They Know It's Christmas?", while Wham!'s offering peaked at number two for much of the period. Wham! donated all of their "Last Christmas/Everything She Wants" royalties to the Ethiopian famine.[4]

In subsequent years, the song reached the middle echelons of the UK Singles Chart on a regular basis (excluding 1985, 1986, 2016, 2017 and 2018, where the song reached the upper echelons of the chart).

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-34
Top 40 Chart Run (17/12/2011): 26-28-34
Top 40 Chart Run (15/12/2012): 34
Top 40 Chart Run (29/12/2012): 35
Top 40 Chart Run (15/12/2013): 40-36
Top 40 Chart Run (13/12/2015): 33-34-33
Top 40 Chart Run (09/12/2016): 30-38-38-34
Top 40 Chart Run (08/12/2017): 21-10-02-16
Top 40 Chart Run (09/12/2018): 31-26-25-32

Wham! Top 2000 entries:
Wham! doesn't have any Top 2000 entries.

George Michael Top 2000 entries:
1972. "Fantasy" (#34, 2017) [50k]
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173. “I Gotta Feeling” by Black Eyed Peas — 862.935 points (#6 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 20. June, 2009
  • Chart Peak: #1 (in 2009)
  • Weeks on Chart: 109 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 30-163-381-x-x-x-x-x-x
"I Gotta Feeling" is the second single from The Black Eyed Peas' fifth album The E.N.D., produced by French DJ David Guetta. The song was released on June 23, 2009 and debuted at number two on the Canadian and Billboard Hot 100 on the week of June 27, 2009, behind the group's "Boom Boom Pow", making the group one of 11 artists who have occupied the top two positions of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. It later reached number one on the US charts and 20 charts worldwide.

The song was nominated for Record of the Year at the 52nd Grammy Awards and won the Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. "I Gotta Feeling" was 5th on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs of the Decade. The song was also nominated as Song of the Year at the 2009 World Music Awards. In March 2011, it became the first song in digital history to sell over 7 million digital copies in the United States. As of September 2017, "I Gotta Feeling" has over 8.9 million downloads in this country, as it holds the record as the most downloaded song on iTunes of all time. This also makes it the highest selling digital as well as non-charity single in the US ever.

"I Gotta Feeling" spent 14 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100, the longest-running number-one single of 2009. The song was the third most successful song of the decade in Australia, as announced on January 7, 2010. Worldwide, it was the most successful song of the 21st century (with estimates putting combined sales and streams between 13 and 15 million units) until passed by "Happy" by Pharrell Williams in 2014.

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-24-14-22-28-31-31-33-35-33

Black Eyed Peas Top 2000 entries:
"Just Can't Get Enough" (#03, 2011)
"Rock That Body" (#11, 2010)
"The Time (Dirty Bit)" (#01, 2010)


1012. "Don't Stop The Party" (#17, 2011) [194k]

Fergie Top 2000 entries:
"L.A. LOVE (La La)" (#02, 2015)"

1917. "MILF$" (#23, 2016) [53k]

Will.i.am Top 2000 entries:
"#ThatPOWER" (#02, 2013)
"Bang Bang" (#03, 2013)
"Check It Out" (#11, 2010)
"Feelin' Myself" (#02, 2014)
"Hall Of Fame" (#01, 2012)
"It's My Birthday" (#01, 2014)
"OMG" (#01, 2010)
"Scream & Shout" (#01, 2012)
"THE (The Hardest Ever)" (#03, 2012)
"This Is Love" (#01, 2012)


1233. "Boys & Girls" (#15, 2016) [132k]
1271. "Crazy Kids" (#27, 2013) [124k]
1747. "Something Really Bad" (#10, 2013) [66k]
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That leaves the top 5 recurrent songs of the 2010s:

Adele - "Make You Feel My Love" (2008)
Journey - "Don't Stop Believin'" (1982)
Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance" (2009)
Mariah Carey - "All I Want For Christmas Is You" (1994)
The Pogues ft Kirsty MacColl - "Fairytale Of New York" (1987)
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147. “Don't Stop Believin” by Journey — 923.145 points (#5 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 27. February, 1982
  • Chart Peak: #6 (in 2010)
  • Weeks on Chart: 96 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 11-x-x-379-x-x-x-x-x
"Don't Stop Believin'" is a song by American rock band Journey, originally released as the second single from their seventh album Escape (1981). It became a number 9 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 on its original release. In the United Kingdom, the song was not a Top 40 hit on its original release; however, it reached number 6 in 2009 after being covered on the hit TV show "Glee".

The song reached number eight on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, and number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It sold over a million copies in vinyl. It is the No. 1 paid digital download song originally released in the 20th century, and was also the 72nd most downloaded song of 2008, and 84th most downloaded song of 2009 in the store, over 27 years after its release. On August 31, 2009 the song topped the 3 million mark in paid downloads. It is the best-selling digital song from a pre-digital-era, and it was also the best-selling rock song in digital history until it was over taken by Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive" in January 2014. It was placed just outside the top twenty best selling digital songs of all time in September 2010. It has sold over 7 million digital units in the US as of July 2017. and is the best selling digital track recorded in the 1980s.

In 2007, the song gained press coverage and a sharp growth in popularity for its use in the famous final scene of HBO's The Sopranos series finale "Made in America." Steve Perry was initially hesitant to allow the song to be used in The Sopranos but later agreed. Digital downloads of the song soared following the episode's airing and the exposure motivated the band members to overcome the struggles they were having at the time and find a replacement lead singer after Perry's departure.

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-07-07-06-06-07-08-09-11-18-23-27-31-28-21-28-32-39

Journey Top 2000 entries:
Journey doesn't have any Top 2000 entries.


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146. “Bad Romance” by Lady Gaga — 924.579 points (#4 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 07. November, 2009
  • Chart Peak: #1 (in 2009-2010)
  • Weeks on Chart: 57 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 07-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x
"Bad Romance" is a song by American singer Lady Gaga from her third extended play, The Fame Monster (2009). It was written and produced by Nadir "RedOne" Khayat and Lady Gaga. Lyrically, "Bad Romance" explores Gaga's attraction to individuals with whom romance never works, her preference for lonely relationships and the paranoia she experienced while on tour. Following an illegal demo leak, Gaga showcased the final product at Alexander McQueen's show at the Paris Fashion Week in October 2009, followed by the release of the single's cover art. Musically, "Bad Romance" features a spoken bridge, a full-throated chorus and sung lyrics about being in love with one's best friend. The song, which is imbued with elements of German-esque house and techno, as well as music from 1980s and the 1990s, was touted by Gaga as an experimental pop record. The song contains a few lines in French.

Most commentators praised "Bad Romance", calling it one of the highlights of the album. It was included in the 'best-of' lists in several media outlets such as Rolling Stone and Pitchfork Media, and won two Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video. In the US, "Bad Romance" peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, and it has been certified 11-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), having sold 5.8 million digital downloads as of February 2018. It topped the charts in more than 20 countries and sold 12 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time.

The accompanying music video of "Bad Romance" features Gaga inside a surreal white bathhouse. There, she gets kidnapped by a group of supermodels who drug her and sell her to the Russian mafia for sexual slavery. The video ends with Gaga live incinerating the man who had bought her. It garnered acclaim from critics, who complimented the risqué and symbolic nature of the plot, as well as its artistic direction and vivid imagery. It was voted the best video of the 2000s (decade) by readers of Billboard. At the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, it was nominated for ten awards, where Gaga won seven, including Video of the Year. Gaga has performed "Bad Romance" on various television programs, such as Saturday Night Live, at various award ceremonies, such as the 2009 American Music Awards, and in four of her tours, the most recent being the Joanne World Tour.

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-03-01-04-07-09-12-16-20-15-20-24-24-21-27-24-25-35-40-32
Top 40 Chart Run (22/05/2010): 39

Lady Gaga Top 2000 entries:
"Alejandro" (#07, 2010)
"Always Remember Us This Way" (#09, 2018)
"Applause" (#05, 2013)
"Born This Way" (#03, 2011)
"Do What U Want" (#09, 2013)
"I'll Never Love Again" (#07, 2018)
"Judas" (#08, 2011)
"Million Reasons" (#13, 2016)
"Shallow" (#01, 2018)
"Telephone" (#01, 2010)
"The Cure" (#04, 2017)
"The Edge Of Glory" (#06, 2011)


1053. "Marry The Night" (#16, 2011) [181k]
1236. "You and I" (#23, 2011) [132k]
1468. "Perfect Illusion" (#05, 2016) [94k]
1891. "Is That Alright?" (#23, 2018) [55k]
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108. “Make You Feel My Love” by Adele — 1.084.471 points (#3 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 25. October, 2008
  • Chart Peak: #4 (in 2010)
  • Weeks on Chart: 74 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 65-36-433-x-x-x-x-x-x
"Make You Feel My Love" is a song written by Bob Dylan from his album Time Out of Mind (1997). It was first released commercially by Billy Joel, under the title "To Make You Feel My Love", before Dylan's version appeared later that same year. It has since been covered by numerous performers and has proved to be a commercial success for recording artists such as Garth Brooks, Shane Filan, Bryan Ferry, Kelly Clarkson and Ane Brun. Two covers of the song (one by Garth Brooks and one by Trisha Yearwood) were featured on the soundtrack of the 1998 film Hope Floats. Dylan eventually released the song as a single.

In 2008, British singer Adele recorded "Make You Feel My Love" for her debut studio album 19 (2008). It was released as the album's fourth and final single on October 27, 2008, both on CD and vinyl, originally peaking at number 26. "Make You Feel My Love" is the only cover song on Adele's debut album 19; she either wrote or co-wrote all the others. "My manager is the biggest Dylan fan, and for ages, he'd been bugging me to listen to the song, because I hadn't heard it before," Adele told Premiere Networks. "I was being quite defiant against it. I said, 'I don't want a cover on my album. It kind of implies that I'm incapable of writing enough of my own songs for my first record.' And then I heard it in New York when he played it for me, and it just really touched me. It's cheesy, but I think it's just a stunning song, and it really just summed up everything that I'd been trying to write in my songs."

Initially in the UK, the song only reached a peak of number 29. In September 2010, after it was performed on the seventh series of The X Factor by Annastasia Baker, it re-entered the UK Singles Chart at number 24. The song then surged to number 4 after a second performance by Gamu Nhengu. Following a third X Factor performance and heavy use in the Comic Relief 2010 television, it spent three more non-consecutive weeks in the top 10. Thanks to this newfound attention, "Make You Feel My Love" was the 48th biggest selling song of 2010, two years after its initial release.

Top 40 Chart Run (11/09/2010): 24
Top 40 Chart Run (09/10/2010): 04-11-20-17-27-19-09-12-09-21-31-26-33-31-27-07-19-15-23-25-24-25-27-33-37-36-40-39
Top 40 Chart Run (11/06/2011): 34

Adele Top 2000 entries:
"Hello" (#01, 2015)
"Rolling In The Deep" (#02, 2011)
"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" (#02, 2016)
"Set Fire To The Rain" (#11, 2011)
"Skyfall" (#02, 2012)
"Someone Like You" (#01, 2011)
"When We Were Young" (#5, 2015)


1245. "All I Ask" (#13, 2016) [130k]
1658. "Water Under The Bridge" (#44, 2016) [72k]
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Quite amazing just how big Don't Stop Believing was in 2009-10 despite the song being from nearly 30 years earlier. Really like Last Christmas too and I Gotta Feeling was a big fave in 2009.
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093. “Fairytale Of New York” by The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl — 1.179.479 points (#2 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 05. December, 1987
  • Chart Peak: #2 (in 1987-1988)
  • Weeks on Chart: 105 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 195-167-184-174-172-197-182-155-171
"Fairytale of New York" is a song written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan and recorded by their band the Pogues, featuring singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl on vocals. The song is an Irish folk-style ballad and was written as a duet, with the Pogues' singer MacGowan taking the role of the male character and MacColl the female character. It was originally released as a single on 23 November 1987 and later featured on the Pogues' 1988 album "If I Should Fall from Grace with God".

Originally begun in 1985, the song had a troubled two-year development history, undergoing rewrites and aborted attempts at recording, and losing its original female vocalist along the way, before finally being completed in August 1987. Although the single never reached the coveted UK Christmas number one, being kept at number two on its original release in 1987 by the Pet Shop Boys' cover version of "Always on My Mind", it has proved enduringly popular with both music critics and the public: to date the song has reached the UK Top 20 on fifteen separate occasions since its original release in 1987, including every year since 2005, and was certified double platinum in the UK in 2016. "Fairytale of New York" has been cited as the best Christmas song of all time in various television, radio and magazine related polls in the UK and Ireland.

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-12
Top 40 Chart Run (11/12/2010): 27-26-19-17
Top 40 Chart Run (10/12/2011): 23-15-13-13
Top 40 Chart Run (08/12/2012): 27-15-18-12-32
Top 40 Chart Run (07/12/2013): 23-15-13-13
Top 40 Chart Run (06/12/2014): 18-09-13-24
Top 40 Chart Run (05/12/2015): 35-20-16-14
Top 40 Chart Run (02/12/2016): 39-20-24-17-39
Top 40 Chart Run (01/12/2017): 35-18-21-16-23
Top 40 Chart Run (09/12/2018): 25-18-20-24

The Pogues Top 2000 entries:
The Pogues don't have any Top 2000 entries.

Kirsty MacColl Top 2000 entries:
Kirsty MacColl doesn't have any Top 2000 entries.
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090. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey — 1.208.439 points (#1 Recurrents)

  • Release Date: 10. December, 1994
  • Chart Peak: #2 (in 1994, 2017, 2018)
  • Weeks on Chart: 94 weeks
  • Year-End 2010-2018: 211-171-210-166-224-193-165-131-145
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" is a Christmas song performed by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey. She wrote and produced the song alongside Walter Afanasieff. Columbia Records released it on November 1, 1994, as the lead single from her fourth studio album and first holiday album, Merry Christmas (1994). The track is an uptempo love song that includes bell chimes, heavy back-up vocals, and synthesizers. It is also the best-selling modern day Christmas song.

Two music videos were commissioned for the song: the song's primary music video features grainy home-movie-style footage of Carey, her dogs and family during the holiday season, as well as Carey dressed in a Santa suit frolicking on a snowy mountainside. Carey's then-husband Tommy Mottola makes a cameo appearance as Santa Claus, bringing Carey a gift and leaving on a red sleigh. The second video was filmed in black and white, and features Carey dressed in 1960s style in homage to The Ronettes, alongside back up singers and female dancers.

Carey has performed "All I Want for Christmas Is You" during numerous live television appearances and tours throughout her career. In 2010, Carey re-recorded the song for her second holiday album, Merry Christmas II You, titled "All I Want for Christmas Is You (Extra Festive)". Carey also re-recorded the song as a duet with Canadian singer Justin Bieber for his 2011 album Under the Mistletoe, titled "All I Want for Christmas for You (SuperFestive!)". The song has also been covered by many artists over the years.

In the years since its original release, "All I Want for Christmas Is You" has been critically acclaimed; it was once called "one of the few worthy modern additions to the holiday canon" in The New Yorker. It has become established as a Christmas standard and continues to surge in popularity each holiday season. The song was commercially successful, topping the charts in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland while reaching number two in Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom, number three in the United States, and the top 10 in several other countries. With global sales of over 16 million copies, the song remains Carey's biggest international success and is the 11th best-selling single of all time. As of 2017, the song was reported to have earned $60 million in royalties.

Top 40 Chart Run (02/01/2010): ..-18
Top 40 Chart Run (11/12/2010): 22-23-25-31
Top 40 Chart Run (10/12/2011): 27-12-11-17
Top 40 Chart Run (08/12/2012): 30-20-21-20
Top 40 Chart Run (07/12/2013): 14-12-13-30
Top 40 Chart Run (06/12/2014): 21-25-27
Top 40 Chart Run (05/12/2015): 29-19-19-18
Top 40 Chart Run (02/12/2016): 26-15-21-16-36
Top 40 Chart Run (01/12/2017): 38-26-13-11-14-25
Top 40 Chart Run (09/12/2018): 27-14-14-14-20

Mariah Carey Top 2000 entries:
"#Beautiful" (#22, 2013)


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So that FINALLY wraps up the recurrent songs from before the 2010s. Mariah Carey somehow managed to just topple The Pogues which seems to come down to total weeks in the Top 100 in the end which gave Mariah the edge. It's been close and a few years back The Pogues were well in front of Mimi.

Here's a recap of the recurring songs that would have made the Top 1000:

1 90 1994 Mariah Carey All I Want For Christmas Is You 1.208m
2 93 1987 The Pogues Fairytale Of New York ft Kirsty MacColl 1.179m
3 108 2008 Adele Make You Feel My Love 1.084m
4 146 2009 Lady Gaga Bad Romance 925k
5 147 1982 Journey Don't Stop Believin' 923k
6 173 2009 The Black Eyed Peas I Gotta Feeling 863k
7 258 1984 Wham! Last Christmas 699k
8 311 2004 The Killers Mr. Brightside 612k
9 313 1998 The Goo Goo Dolls Iris 609k
10 323 2009 Florence + The Machine You've Got The Love 600k
11 400 1989 Tracy Chapman Fast Car 534k
12 415 1973 Wizzard I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday 520k
13 431 2009 Kesha Tik Tok 511k
14 517 2009 Jay-Z Empire State Of Mind ft Alicia Keys 437k
15 580 1996 Baddiel, Skinner & The Lightning Seed Three Lions 393k
16 605 1985 Shakin' Stevens Merry Christmas Everyone 376k
17 640 2009 The Black Eyed Peas Meet Me Halfway 358k
18 642 1986 Chris Rea Driving Home For Christmas 357k
19 702 2006 Snow Patrol Chasing Cars 331k
20 705 1984 Band Aid Do They Know It's Christmas? 331k
21 735 2008 Jason Mraz I'm Yours 320k
22 752 2009 Cheryl Cole Fight For This Love 311k
23 776 2009 Kings Of Leon Use Somebody 300k
24 777 2009 Temper Trap Sweet Disposition 299k
25 786 1973 Slade Merry Xmas Everybody 294k
26 837 2008 Elbow One Day Like This 274k
27 839 2008 The Script The Man Who Can't Be Moved 274k
28 841 2009 Jay-Z Young Forever ft Mr. Hudson 273k
29 843 2009 Mumford & Sons Little Lion Man 270k
30 850 1996 Blackstreet No Diggity ft Dr Dre 265k
31 859 2009 Joe McElderry The Climb 262k
32 860 2009 Rihanna Russian Roulette 261k
33 876 2003 Coldplay Fix You 256k
34 892 2009 Lady Gaga Poker Face 252k
35 904 2009 Cheryl Cole 3 Words ft will.i.am 246k
36 907 2007 Public Enemy Harder Than You Think 245k
37 950 2004 John Legend Ordinary People 228k

Now next up I will be doing quick covers of the years 2010 - 2018 to show which songs are indeed in the Top 1000 and which songs failed to make it that far but that will only consist of one post per year so nothing fancy.


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The Pogues making the top 200 every year when Mariah didn't. *.* I'll take that as a moral victory for them.
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#1001 - #2000: 2010

257. [1998] Kings Of Leon - "Pyro" (#69, 08w) [45k]
256. [1997] Charice - "Pyramid" (#17, 04w) [45k]
255. [1991] Boys Like Girls - "Love Drunk" (#44, 06w) [45k]
254. [1985] Rik Mayall - "Noble England" (#07, 02w) [46k]
253. [1982] Emma's Imagination - "Focus" (#07, 02w) [46k]
252. [1979] Plain White T's - "Rhythm Of Love" (#60, 07w) [46k]
251. [1971] Paloma Faith - "Upside Down" (#55, 08w) [47k]

250. [1969] Flo Rida - "Turn Around (5 4 3 2 1)" (#41, 06w) [47k]
249. [1956] Glee Cast - "Poker Face" (#27, 05w) [48k]
248. [1953] Devlin ft Labrinth - "Let It Go" (#59, 08w) [48k]
247. [1931] Diddy-Dirty Money ft TI - "Hello Good Morning" (#22, 05w) [49k]
246. [1927] Diana Vickers - "The Boy Who Murdered Love" (#36, 06w) [50k]
245. [1925] Kate Nash - "Do-wah-doo" (#15, 03w) [50k]
244. [1908] Aggro Santos - "Saint or Sinner" (#19, 04w) [51k]
243. [1896] James Blake - "Limit To Your Love" (#39, 07w) [52k]
242. [1891] Glee Cast - "Somebody To Love (Queen cover)" (#26, 06w) [52k]
241. [1886] Shayne Ward - "Gotta Be Somebody" (#12, 03w) [52k]

240. [1885] Peter Andre - "Defender" (#14, 05w) [52k]
239. [1863] Diana Vickers - "My Wicked Heart" (#13, 04w) [54k]
238. [1850] Alexandra Burke - "The Silence" (#16, 06w) [55k]
237. [1843] Pitbull ft Akon - "Shut It Down" (#33, 06w) [55k]
236. [1842] Example - "Last Ones Standing" (#27, 06w) [55k]
235. [1822] Paolo Nutini - "10/10" (#51, 09w) [57k]
234. [1812] Ellie Goulding - "Under The Sheets" (#53, 10w) [58k]
233. [1804] Jay-Z ft Swizz Beatz - "On To The Next One" (#38, 09w) [59k]
232. [1798] Adam Lambert - "For Your Entertainment" (#37, 07w) [59k]
231. [1788] Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - "Home" (#50, 09w) [60k]

230. [1772] Marina & The Diamonds - "I Am Not A Robot" (#26, 07w) [62k]
229. [1750] 30 Seconds To Mars - "Closer To The Edge" (#44, 09w) [63k]
228. [1744] James Blunt - "Stay The Night" (#26, 06w) [64k]
227. [1732] Professor Green ft Example - "Monster" (#29, 08w) [65k]
226. [1728] The Wombats - "Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)" (#23, 07w) [65k]
225. [1726] The Script - "Nothing" (#42, 09w) [66k]
224. [1718] Emma's Imagination - "This Day" (#10, 04w) [66k]
223. [1713] Glee Cast - "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" (#09, 05w) [66k]
222. [1709] Mark Ronson & The Business Int - "The Bike Song" (#17, 05w) [67k]
221. [1708] Kylie Minogue - "Better Than Today" (#32, 09w) [67k]

220. [1697] Paramore - "The Only Exception" (#31, 08w) [68k]
219. [1696] Kanye West - "Power" (#36, 09w) [68k]
218. [1688] OneRepublic - "All The Right Moves" (#26, 06w) [68k]
217. [1685] Alesha Dixon - "Drummer Boy" (#15, 05w) [69k]
216. [1679] Glee Cast - "Gives You Hell" (#14, 05w) [69k]
215. [1676] Pixie Lott - "Broken Arrow" (#12, 05w) [69k]
214. [1668] Scouting For Girls - "Famous" (#37, 08w) [70k]
213. [1664] Westlife - "Safe" (#10, 05w) [70k]
212. [1659] Magnetic Man ft Katy B - "Perfect Stranger" (#16, 06w) [71k]
211. [1656] Squad - "Three Lions 2010" (#21, 06w) [71k]

210. [1655] Greg Street - "Turn My Swag On" (#17, 06w) [71k]
209. [1653] Rihanna - "Hard ft. Jeezy" (#42, 10w) [71k]
208. [1636] Skepta - "Bad Boy" (#26, 07w) [72k]
207. [1635] Pepper & Piano - "You Took My Heart" (#07, 04w) [72k]
206. [1633] Pendulum - "Witchcraft" (#29, 09w) [72k]
205. [1630] Afrojack ft Eva Simons - "Take Over Control" (#24, 08w) [72k]
204. [1627] Glee Cast - "It's My Life / Confessions Part II" (#14, 06w) [73k]
203. [1613] Calvin Harris - "You Used To Hold Me" (#27, 08w) [74k]
202. [1606] Hurts - "Wonderful Life" (#21, 07w) [75k]
201. [1605] Christina Ag[/color]uilera - "Not Myself Tonight" (#12, 06w) [75k]

200. [1577] Justin Bieber ft Jaden Smith - "Never Say Never" (#34, 10w) [81k]
199. [1572] Ellie Goulding - "The Writer" (#19, 08w) [81k]
198. [1570] Devlin ft Yasmin - "Runaway" (#15, 06w) [82k]
197. [1563] Rumer - "Slow" (#16, 09w) [82k]
196. [1548] Kylie Minogue - "Get Outta My Way" (#12, 08w) [83k]
195. [1541] Professor Green ft Maverick Sabre - "Jungle" (#31, 10w) [84k]
194. [1527] Justin Bieber - "Somebody To Love" (#33, 10w) [86k]
193. [1522] Daisy Dares You ft Chipmunk - "Number One Enemy" (#13, 06w) [87k]
192. [1519] Lil Wayne ft Eminem - "Drop The World" (#51, 13w) [88k]
191. [1511] Keri Hilson - "I Like" (#34, 09w) [89k]

190. [1500] The xx - "Islands" (#34, 12w) [90k]
189. [1499] Wiley & Chew Fu - "Take That" (#20, 07w) [90k]
188. [1480] Joe McElderry - "Ambitions" (#06, 05w) [91k]
187. [1479] Ne-Yo - "One In A Million" (#20, 11w) [92k]
186. [1475] Captain Ska - "Liar Liar" (#02, 03w) [92k]
185. [1468] Tinchy Stryder - "In My System" (#10, 06w) [94k]
184. [1443] Eminem ft Lil Wayne - "No Love" (#33, 11w) [97k]
183. [1430] Inna - "Amazing" (#14, 07w) [99k]
182. [1426] Joshua Radin - "I'd Rather Be With You" (#11, 06w) [100k]
181. [1425] Alexa Goddard - "Turn My Swag On" (#20, 09w) [100k]

180. [1424] Ellie Goulding - "Guns & Horses" (#26, 12w) [100k]
179. [1415] Chris Brown - "Crawl" (#35, 12w) [101k]
178. [1412] McFly - "Party Girl" (#06, 06w) [101k]
177. [1403] Tinchy Stryder ft Chipmunk - "Game Over" (#22, 10w) [103k]
176. [1401] Alex Gaudino ft Maxine - "I'm In Love (I Wanna Do It)" (#10, 08w) [103k]
175. [1389] Skepta - "Rescue Me" (#14, 08w) [105k]
174. [1387] Lemar - "The Way Love Goes" (#08, 07w) [105k]
173. [1373] Cee Lo Green - "It's Ok" (#20, 11w) [107k]
172. [1369] Hoosiers - "Choices" (#11, 07w) [107k]
171. [1359] Muse - "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)" (#11, 12w) [109k]

170. [1352] Miley Cyrus - "Can't Be Tamed" (#13, 08w) [110k]
169. [1344] Biffy Clyro - "Bubbles" (#34, 16w) [111k]
168. [1325] The Pretty Reckless - "Make Me Wanna Die" (#16, 12w) [115k]
167. [1320] Jay Sean ft Nicki Minaj - "2012 (It Ain't The End)" (#09, 09w) [115k]
166. [1303] Eliza Doolittle - "Skinny Genes" (#22, 15w) [118k]
165. [1300] Drake, Kanye, Lil Wayne & Eminem - "Forever" (#42, 15w) [118k]
164. [1296] Gramophonedzie - "Why Don't You" (#12, 08w) [119k]
163. [1283] N-Dubz - "Girls" (#18, 09w) [121k]
162. [1279] Sugababes - "Wear My Kiss" (#07, 07w) [122k]
161. [1268] N-Dubz - "Say It's Over" (#20, 11w) [124k]

160. [1259] Robyn - "Dancing On My Own" (#08, 10w) [125k]
159. [1253] N-Dubz - "Best Behaviour" (#10, 11w) [127k]
158. [1247] Stromae - "Alors On Danse" (#25, 12w) [129k]
157. [1234] Gabriella Cilmi - "On A Mission" (#09, 08w) [132k]
156. [1228] Leona Lewis - "I Got You" (#14, 11w) [133k]
155. [1210] Naughty Boy ft Emeli Sandé & Wiley - "Never Be Your Woman" (#08, 09w) [137k]
154. [1206] The Wanted - "Lose My Mind" (#19, 12w) [138k]
153. [1173] Michael Jackson ft Akon - "Hold My Hand" (#10, 08w) [146k]
152. [1164] Tim Berg - "Seek Bromance" (#13, 14w) [148k]
151. [1157] Glee Cast - "Halo / Walking On Sunshine" (#09, 12w) [150k]

150. [1151] 30 Seconds To Mars - "Kings and Queens" (#28, 19w) [151k]
149. [1150] Drake - "Find Your Love" (#24, 14w) [151k]
148. [1147] Selena Gomez & The Scene - "Naturally" (#07, 08w) [152k]
147. [1143] Boyzone - "Gave It All Away" (#09, 09w) [153k]
146. [1141] Chase & Status ft Mali - "Let You Go" (#11, 14w) [153k]
145. [1128] Scissor Sisters - "Fire With Fire" (#11, 10w) [157k]
144. [1118] McLean - "My Name" (#10, 09w) [159k]
143. [1086] Kings Of Leon - "Radioactive" (#07, 13w) [171k]
142. [1078] Pixie Lott - "Turn It Up" (#11, 13w) [172k]
141. [1067] Coldplay - "Christmas Lights" (#13, 18w) [176k]

140. [1054] Plan B - "Prayin'" (#16, 14w) [180k]
139. [1046] Pixie Lott - "Gravity" (#20, 15w) [183k]
138. [1042] Marina & The Diamonds - "Hollywood" (#12, 15w) [185k]
137. [1036] Enrique Iglesias ft Nicole Scherzinger - "Heartbeat" (#08, 11w) [186k]
136. [1032] 3OH!3 ft Kesha - "My First Kiss" (#07, 11w) [187k]
135. [1029] Jedward ft Vanilla Ice - "Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)" (#02, 10w) [188k]
134. [1027] Michael Buble - "Hollywood" (#11, 14w) [188k]
133. [1026] Justin Bieber - "One Time" (#11, 15w) [189k]
132. [1024] Iyaz - "Solo" (#03, 11w) [189k]
131. [1020] Gyptian - "Hold You" (#16, 20w) [190k]

130. [1001] Kesha - "Take It Off" (#15, 13w) [197k]
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And here I thought Freya Ridings' top 10 runs were one of a kind (4 separate times in 15 weeks), forgetting that Adele had already done the same thing over 16 weeks!
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QUOTE(Riser @ Jan 14 2019, 02:30 AM) *
And here I thought Freya Ridings' top 10 runs were one of a kind (4 separate times in 15 weeks), forgetting that Adele had already done the same thing over 16 weeks!


Post Malone & Swae Lee did the same thing in the space of just 11 weeks, only one week before Freya.
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QUOTE(Bré @ Jan 14 2019, 03:39 AM) *
Post Malone & Swae Lee did the same thing in the space of just 11 weeks, only one week before Freya.
Well yes but Adele and Freya had longer spans of weeks between their top 10 appearances, so I find theirs more impressive.
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QUOTE(Riser @ Jan 15 2019, 12:25 AM) *
Well yes but Adele and Freya had longer spans of weeks between their top 10 appearances, so I find theirs more impressive.


I see I see.

May I interest you in 'Three Lions' having 5 runs in the top 10 over the span of 1,155 weeks then magic.gif
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