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Gezza
post Dec 20 2018, 07:46 PM
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Friday 21st December 2018

Last week's top 5:

Singles
01 01 06 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
02 02 08 Ava Max ~ Sweet But Psycho
03 03 10 Halsey ~ Without Me
04 10 02 Mark Ronson ~ Nothing Breaks Like A Heart
05 06 90 Mariah Carey ~ All I Want For Christmas Is You

Albums
01 02 51 Motion Picture Cast Recording ~ The Greatest Showman
02 04 38 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
03 03 04 Michael Bubl ~ Love
04 06 03 Roy Orbison with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ Unchained Melodies
05 05 03 Take That ~ Odyssey

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We've heard a lot this week that the Xmas No 1 is a three horse race- so who is the festive chart topper for 2018? Ariana Grande, Ladbaby, or Ava Max?



New entries may come from Ariana Grande and maybe the odd Christmas favourite!

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The Greatest Showman looks like being the biggest album this Christmas!



George Ezra and Michael Buble could complete the top 3

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 4 and 5.45 biggrin.gif

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post Dec 20 2018, 07:50 PM
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Retro Top 10 - 21st December

2017



1- PERFECT- Ed Sheeran (85,397)
2- RIVER- Eminem Featuring Ed Sheeran (67,263)
3- LAST CHRISTMAS- Wham! (62,481)
4- ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU- Mariah Carey (35,414)
5- ANYWHERE- Rita Ora (31,668)
6- MANS NOT HOT- Big Shaq (30,942)
7- FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK- The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl (29,446)
8- I MISS YOU- Clean Bandit Featuring Julia Michaels (23,875)
9- DIMELO- Rak-Su Featuring Wyclef Jean & Naughty Boy (23,145)
10- LET YOU DOWN- NF (22,635)


2013



1- SKYSCRAPER- Sam Bailey (148,853)
2- HAPPY- Pharrell Williams (63,858)
3- ONE MORE SLEEP- Leona Lewis (44,642)
4- HIGHWAY TO HELL- AC/DC (43,093)
5- HEY BROTHER- Avicii (42,010)
6- SOMEWHERE ONLY WE KNOW- Lily Allen (37,714)
7- HOW LONG WILL I LOVE YOU- Ellie Goulding (35,248)
8- TRUMPETS- Jason Derulo (29,504)
9- MONSTER- Eminem Ft Rihanna (25,711)
10- STORY OF MY LIFE- One Direction (24,376)



2008



1- HALLELUJAH- Alexandra Burke (576,046)
2- HALLELUJAH- Jeff Buckley (80,883)
3- RUN- Leona Lewis (72,417)
4- IF I WERE A BOY- Beyonce (47,092)
5- ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS- Geraldine McQueen (42,541)
6- BROKEN STRINGS- James Morrison Ft Nelly Furtado (36,021)
7- USE SOMEBODY- Kings Of Leon (29,821)
8- LISTEN- Beyonce (28,913)
9- GREATEST DAY- Take That (24,174)
10- WOMANIZER- Britney Spears (22,722)


2003



1- MAD WORLD- Michael Andrews Ft Gary Jules (227,547)
2- CHRISTMAS TIME (DONT LET THE BELLS END)- Darkness (222,561)
3- CHANGES- Ozzy & Kelly Osbourne (144,000)
4- PROPER CRIMBO- Bo Selecta (97,000)
5- HAPPY XMAS (WAR IS OVER)- The Idols (73,000)
6- LEAVE RIGHT NOW- Will Young (66,000)
7- SHUT UP- Black Eyed Peas (54,000)
8- LADIES NIGHT- Atomic Kitten (28,343)
9- IM YOUR MAN- Shane Richie (28,000)
10- TOO LOST IN YOU- Sugababes (27,000)


1998



1- GOODBYE- Spice Girls (380,711)
2- CHOCOLATE SALTY BALLS- Chef (372,000)
3- ESPECIALLY FOR YOU- Denise & Johnny (141,000)
4- BELIEVE- Cher (123,000)
5- TO YOU I BELONG- B*Witched (108,000)*
6- HEARTBEAT/ TRAGEDY- Steps (99,000)
7- END OF THE LINE- Honeyz (82,000)*
8- WHEN YOURE GONE- Bryan Adams/ Mel C (75,000)*
9- SHE WANTS YOU- Billie (73,000)*
10- CRUISE INTO CHRISTMAS- Jane McDonald (68,000)*



Sales courtesy of MW. *denotes an estimate- thanks to Gezza
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01 06 02 Mark Ronson feat. Miley Cyrus - Nothing Breaks Like a Heart
02 02 05 Ava Max - Sweet But Psycho
03 01 02 Dalton Harris feat. James Arthur - The Power of Love
04 22 02 The Fire Tones - Do They Know It's Christmas? (Feed the World)
05 03 05 James Arthur & Anne-Marie - Rewrite the Stars





01 02 28 Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You
02 01 05 Ariana Grande - thank u, next
03 03 24 Wham! - Last Christmas
04 05 22 The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl - Fairytale of New York
05 04 07 Ava Max - Sweet But Psycho





01 01 04 Ariana Grande - thank u, next
02 02 09 Pinkfong - Baby Shark
03 03 27 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B - Girls Like You
04 04 39 Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You
05 05 33 Wham! - Last Christmas
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post Dec 21 2018, 02:51 PM
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Afternoon all! biggrin.gif As always, NO SPOILERS PLEASE! NO positions are to be posted until Radio 1 has announced them.
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post Dec 21 2018, 02:55 PM
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Aah, 20 years since the last Spice Girls number one at Christmas. That chart is here in full on Mixcloud if you want some festive listening later: https://www.mixcloud.com/1869300/uk-top-40-...-december-1998/

I still can't quite believe that Denise Van Outen and Johnny Vaughan did the Kylie and Jason parody. I know it was for Children In Need but it was totally bizarre. Strange to think though that Jane McDonald (who was new at #10) has actually had a resurgence in popularity this year!

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post Dec 21 2018, 03:00 PM
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Those 2003 and 1998 charts are absolute classics. I particularly have fond memories of listening to the 1998 one.
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Ten years since Hallelujah! The Jeff Buckley version goes on my Christmas playlist every year, it's beautiful. heart.gif The Alexandra Burke version, not so much.

The Darkness have held up rather well over the past 15 years too, and of course five years since Leona Lewis became the Queen of Christmas! Her to out-do last year's #19 position tonight please.

Amazing how Chef was so close to beating Spice Girls that week, what a chart upset that would've been! (and of course he did overtake the following week)
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Those are some real battles for xmas number 1 hopefully this year keeps the tradition
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Mad world was a great Xmas #1, maybe the best I can remember
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I can see LadBaby just about taking it with his last minute push, I bet it'll be real close though. If anyone has a list of closest races that'd be interesting to see (and this year's could very well be high on that list)
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post Dec 21 2018, 03:11 PM
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Retro faves!

2017:
3- LAST CHRISTMAS- Wham! (62,481)
4- ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU- Mariah Carey (35,414)
5- ANYWHERE- Rita Ora (31,668)
7- FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK- The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl (29,446)

2013:
2- HAPPY- Pharrell Williams (63,858)
3- ONE MORE SLEEP- Leona Lewis (44,642)
4- HIGHWAY TO HELL- AC/DC (43,093)
5- HEY BROTHER- Avicii (42,010)
7- HOW LONG WILL I LOVE YOU- Ellie Goulding (35,248)
8- TRUMPETS- Jason Derulo (29,504)
9- MONSTER- Eminem Ft Rihanna (25,711)
10- STORY OF MY LIFE- One Direction (24,376)

2008:
2- HALLELUJAH- Jeff Buckley (80,883)
3- RUN- Leona Lewis (72,417)
4- IF I WERE A BOY- Beyonce (47,092)
6- BROKEN STRINGS- James Morrison Ft Nelly Furtado (36,021)
7- USE SOMEBODY- Kings Of Leon (29,821)

2003:
1- MAD WORLD- Michael Andrews Ft Gary Jules (227,547)
6- LEAVE RIGHT NOW- Will Young (66,000)
8- LADIES NIGHT- Atomic Kitten (28,343)
10- TOO LOST IN YOU- Sugababes (27,000)

1998:
1- GOODBYE- Spice Girls (380,711)
4- BELIEVE- Cher (123,000)
5- TO YOU I BELONG- B*Witched (108,000)*
6- HEARTBEAT/ TRAGEDY- Steps (99,000)
7- END OF THE LINE- Honeyz (82,000)*
8- WHEN YOURE GONE- Bryan Adams/ Mel C (75,000)*
9- SHE WANTS YOU- Billie (73,000)*
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post Dec 21 2018, 03:12 PM
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I also think Ladbaby will do it, yesterday he was selling 10 times more than Ava on iTunes
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post Dec 21 2018, 03:21 PM
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I'm resigning myself to the idea that LadBaby must have done it.
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If ladbaby is no 1 it'll be writer bernie taupins 1st no 1 since Blue in 2002.
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Come on Ladbaby! Something different to top the charts at Christmas.
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post Dec 21 2018, 03:25 PM
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guessing it'll be a pretty close race with the missing data added, I hope LadBaby gets it though!
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Is that 68k in 1998 close to the highest ever for a #10? That's pretty insane!

Listening to the chart for the first time in months as work closed early today... Hoping Ava Max is #1 but expecting Ladbaby sad.gif
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QUOTE(Sin Corn @ Dec 21 2018, 03:00 PM) *
Those 2003 and 1998 charts are absolute classics. I particularly have fond memories of listening to the 1998 one.

Same and same!
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Missed the top 40 this week?

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Light Up
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Non-Album Single
Released: 14th December 2018
Label: #daretodream

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Top 100 Chart History

2018 xx Light Up -NAS-

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Missed the top 40 this week?

The Fire Tones
Do They Know It's Christmas? (Feed The World)
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Non-Album Single
Released: 30th November 2018
Label: The Fire Tones

Video



Biography

We are a group of Fire Service Personnel from fire stations around the U.K. who have come together to release a charity Christmas song in aid of The Firefighters Charity and The Band Aid Charity Trust. The single, Do They Know It's Christmas by The Fire Tones, will be released 30th November 2018 and available on all major music platforms.

Please like and share and invite your friends to this website. You can make a difference to someones life. Every sale helps us raise money for our chosen charities.
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