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Colm
post Feb 12 2015, 07:57 PM
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In 1992 The Shamen's Ebeneezer Goode finished 5 places ahead of Dr Alban's It's My Life in the End of Year charts.
Has there been a closer finishing weekly top 2 in a YTD?

I know there are many times a number 2 outsells some of the number 1s that kept it down but I'm talking about number 1s that outperform number 2s at all times in the weekly charts - not when they drop below the single that was number 2, like Robert Mile's Children, for example, outsode whatever was number 1 when it was number 2 in this way.


Is that totally clear? biggrin.gif


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post Feb 12 2015, 09:12 PM
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Try 1984. For two of the weeks Frankie Goes To Hollywood were at number one with Two Tribes, they were also at number two with Relax. They finished at numbers four and three in the year-end chart. The number one that year was, of course, Do They Know It's Christmas. The song at number two that yuletide, Last Christmas, was at number five in the year-end chart.
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post Feb 12 2015, 09:37 PM
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I guess that is the winner then.
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