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post Jul 22 2016, 04:00 PM
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Hello Buzzjackers and welcome to the Dance Chart Number Ones of the 2000s. cheer.gif

As you are familiar, in this thread we will post a chronological run-down of all the singles that would have reached number 1 if only dance singles had been available to purchase in the 2000s. There are about 185 of these.

Of course, many dance singles did reach number 1 in that decade and we will see if their run at the top could have been extended if there were no competition from other genres. Some of them you'll be very familiar with and others you've likely not heard much of, if at all.

There will be disputes about what constitutes dance as ever. These have been discussed with the hosting team. It has been decided that some songs that are very much on the line between dance and pop have been excluded such as Madonna's 'Hung Up' and The Black Eyed Peas 'I Gotta Feeling'. Oppositely, novelty dance songs such as those by Crazy Frog will be included.

During the 00s many trends happened, which will be reflected here. These include UK Garage (2000-01), trance (2000-03), eurodance (2003-05 and again in 2006-08), funky and looped house (2004-06), electro-house (2006-07), bassline garage (2007-08) and progressive house (2008-09).

Which acts will get their well deserved spell on the top of the pile, when in reality they were thwarted by some humongous selling pop song? Who kept hold of the dance #1 even when they weren't top 40 in the official chart? What kind of house music will take the most #1s? How will trance and garage do? Discuss and predict here.
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The countdown will begin following the chart show where TheSnake/Mountain Marquis will give us the first two Dance #01s of 2000, one of which also appeared in the 90s thread. Also helping run the thread will be Ethan and myself.

Also, shoutout to Colm for the idea and format of this thread. Alas, his interest in dance music is mostly with the 90s decade so he won't be doing any writeups here.

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Reference

2000

Artful Dodger (feat. Craig David) - Re-Rewind The Crowd Say Bo Selecta
Scanty Sandwich - Because Of You
Sash! - Adelante
Eiffel 65 - Move Your Body
Artful Dodger & Romina Johnson - Movin' Too Fast
Chicane (feat. Bryan Adams) - Don't Give Up
Moloko - The Time Is Now
Sweet Female Attitude - Flowers (Sunship Mix)
Fragma (feat. Coco Star) - Toca's Miracle
Oxide & Neutrino - Bound 4 Da Reload (Casualty)
Madison Avenue - Don't Call Me Baby
Sonique - It Feels So Good
Black Legend - You See The Trouble With Me
Darude - Sandstorm
Artful Dodger & Robbie Craig (feat. Craig David) - Woman Trouble
Alice Deejay - Will I Ever
Bomfunk MC's - Freestyler
Storm - Time To Burn
Melanie C - I Turn To You (Hex Hector Remix)
Spiller (feat. Sophie Ellis-Bextor) - Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)
Modjo - Lady (Hear Me Tonight)
Zombie Nation - Kernkraft 400 (DJ Gius Remix)
Delerium (feat. Sarah McLachlan) - Silence (Remixes)
Daft Punk - One More Time
Public Domain - Operation Blade (Bass In The Place)
Oxide & Neutrino (feat. Megaman, Romeo & Lisa Maffia) - No Good 4 Me

Review

2001

Rui Da Silva (feat. Cassandra) - Touch Me
Planet Funk - Chase The Sun
Jakatta - American Dream
Artful Dodger (feat. Michelle Escoffery) - Think About Me
Chocolate Puma - I Wanna Be U
M&S presents The Girl Next Door - Salsoul Nugget (If U Wanna)
Norman Bass - How U Like Bass (Warp Brothers Club Mix)
Schiller - Das Glockenspiel (DJ TiŽsto Remix)
Fatboy Slim - Star 69 (What The F**k) / Weapon Of Choice
Fragma (feat. Damae) - You Are Alive
DJ Pied Piper and the Masters of Ceremonies - Do You Really Like It?
Mis-Teeq - All I Want (Sunship Mix)
Roger Sanchez - Another Chance
Ian Van Dahl (feat. Marsha) - Castles In The Sky
So Solid Crew - 21 Seconds
The Supermen Lovers (feat. Mani Hoffman) - Starlight
Jean Jacques Smoothie - 2 People (Mirwais Remix)
The Ones - Flawless
iiO - Rapture
So Solid Crew - They Don't Know
Riva (feat. Dannii Minogue) - Who Do You Love Now? (Stringer)
Daniel Bedingfield - Gotta Get Thru This (D'n'D Mix)

honourable mention: DJ ÷tzi - Hey Baby
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2002

Puretone - Addicted To Bass
Flip & Fill (feat. Kelly Llorenna) - True Love Never Dies
DB Boulevard - Point Of View
Lasgo - Something
Shy FX & T Power (feat. Di) - Shake Ur Body
X-Press 2 (feat. David Byrne) - Lazy
Shakedown - At Night
Nigel & Marvin - Follow Da Leader 2002
Ian Van Dahl - Reason
Paffendorf - Be Cool
Elvis vs. JXL - A Little Less Conversation
Scooter - The Logical Song
Mad'house - Like A Prayer
N-Trance - Forever
Scooter - Nessaja
Jakatta (feat. Seal) - My Vision
Who Da Funk (feat. Jessica Eve) - Shiny Disco Balls
DJ Sammy and Yanou (feat. Do) - Heaven
Love Inc. - You're A Superstar

Review

2003

Divine Inspiration - The Way (Put Your Hand In My Hand)
Jaimeson (feat. Angel Blu) - True
Jurgen Vries (feat. CMC) - The Opera Song (Brave New World)
Kira - I'll Be Your Angel
DJ Sammy - The Boys Of Summer
Junior Senior - Move Your Feet
Room 5 (feat. Oliver Cheatham) - Make Luv
Tomcraft - Loneliness
Love Inc. - Broken Bones
XTM & DJ Chucky presents Annia - Fly On The Wings Of Love
DJ Sammy - Sunlight
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:02 PM
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Yay, nice to see this continuing with the 2000s dance.gif

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(PS: I just hope TheSnake/Mountain Marquis won't post everything twice heehee.gif)
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:02 PM
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Ah right, I remember this in the dance forum tongue.gif I presumed it'd be moved over to here eventually heehee.gif
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:05 PM
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Take two biggrin.gif

The early noughties will be the most interesting with a lot of songs not well-known as in some cases the #1 Dance song was only in the 20s or 30s in the official chart so keep an eye out for those wink.gif
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:08 PM
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UK Funky House. *.*

Should be a sub-forum of Dance tbh
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:21 PM
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I will be commenting!

Hoping for hits for



Moloko, Darude, Delirium, and maybe Missy Elliot's 4 My People.

Rui da Silva, Roger Sanchez, Ian Van Dahl, Daniel Beddingfield



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I am hoping the Saint Etienne / Paul Van Dyk has made it in 2000, but I have a sinking feeling that it won't.

I started a personal chart in 2000 so will be interesting to see how many number 1s I share given my tastes were much more ~mainstream~ and UK Top 40 orientated back then.

HYPED!
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:23 PM
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Hoping for encyclopedic knowledge from you guys biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(Colm @ Jul 22 2016, 06:21 PM) *
I will be commenting!

Hoping for hits for



Moloko, Darude, Delirium, and maybe Missy Elliot's 4 My People.

Rui da Silva, Roger Sanchez, Ian Van Dahl, Daniel Beddingfield


Me too heehee.gif kink.gif (apart from the last one) biggrin.gif
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:25 PM
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We have started now. I hope the formatting is OK.

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QUOTE(*Ben* @ Jul 22 2016, 06:02 PM) *
(PS: I just hope TheSnake/Mountain Marquis won't post everything twice heehee.gif)

He did it sleep.gif
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:26 PM
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Love Re-Rewind, also really hope their next hit M***n' **o *a** gets in.
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Obviously a genius track which stands up to playing to day and for many the peak of UK Garage. It had sold 390,000 in 1999 alone. I wonder what it's total sales were in the end - perhaps 600,000?
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omg mess !!! Ben deleted the wrong one heehee.gif
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Can ben get it back, i didn't save it.
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post Jul 22 2016, 04:29 PM
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QUOTE(Mountain Marquis @ Jul 22 2016, 06:27 PM) *
Can ben get it back, i didn't save it.



QUOTE(Mountain Marquis @ Jul 22 2016, 06:27 PM) *
Can ben get it back, i didn't save it.

Why did you edit the first one?

Plus please please please stop clicking twice on send message and this won't happen again!
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OH NO! This would never have happened in my day!

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SAVED.

Artful Dodger ft Craig David - Re-Rewind - The Crowd Say Bo Selecta



Date 2nd Jan 2000
3 Weeks
Official Chart Run 2-2-6-5-3-2-3-7-11-17-21-29-34-52-60-62-64-x (17 weeks)
(note the three in red are only for 2000, not 1999)



An array of interesting sound effects in this one. Breaking glass, cars screeching and of course that squelching sound 'Craig David all over your *squelch*'. I assume it covers up an assumed swear word although I don't know.

The video for the song features the extremely serious looking Artful Dodger but Craig David appears to be absent.

Of course this is the song that launched Craig David as a musical force and arguably UK Garage into the mainstream although there were a few UK Garage hit songs like 'Sweet Like Chocolate' by Shanks and Bigfoot before this.

Of course it was the inspiration for the name of the hit comedy show 'Bo Selecta' where comedian Leigh Francis had a spoof Craig David type character. Leigh Francis now goes by the name Keith Lemon in his comedy programmes.

Artful Dodger are from Southampton and got their name from a character in Oliver Twist because they were making so many bootlegs in the early days of their career. Craig David is also from the city, so this is a Saints special. teresa.gif He later had a hit 'When The Bassline Drops' in 2015 which made subtle references to this song in the lyrics.

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QUOTE(meme @ Jul 22 2016, 06:26 PM) *
omg mess !!! Ben deleted the wrong one heehee.gif

No, I didn't, I deleted the second one.

At least if you post something twice than don't edit the first post because the second willbe deleted. wink.gif
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