Does anybody have any ARIA charts from before 1989? In particular looking for Top 50 singles and Top 50 albums from the last half of 1988. If anybody can help at all, PLEASE get back to me, I am desperate! Thanks heaps :-)
I was informed by someone who worked in the industry that ARIA began around the beginning of 1989 (Hence the date here). The only reference I know of for charts prior to this date in the Australian Music Report. His books are available online: http://www.austchartbook.com.au/ I think they are a very good reference, even if they are not completely accurate, but you will find that prior to ARIA charts these were the best Australia had.
ARIA began their printed (free) charts in record stores in January 1988. The National Library of Australia does have some records of these. Many have been stolen or not included in the listing.
RAGE - the music program on ABC TV in Australia started running the TOP 50 SINGLES section of the ARIA chart from September 1988. Come 1989, the free charts in stores were increased and that's why complete charts listed thru many website sources begin W/E 8 Jan 1989 as most of 1988 is incomplete...
I'd love to have the entire 50 singles and albums charts from 1988... currently I only have 36 on my personal databases. The Australian Chart Book and it's subsequent Australian Music Report (which closed in 1998) is not accurate because it's music samples generally came from the Sydney area. Thus, ARIA is the way to go for accuracy in music chart reporting.
However, now with the addition of downloads and some songs (eg "Black Fingernails, Red Wine" and "Flaunt It") lasting years on the list with no physical single available in stores is a non-sense... But I 'spose, gone are the days of the CD and Cassingle...
Aria started compiling it's chart's in-house the week ending June 26th 1988. Before this was the Kent Chart which was from 1983 which ceased in 1999.
I don't believe songs like Eskimo Joe - Black Fingernails, Red Wine & TV Rock & Seany B - Flaunt It lasting years in the Aria top 50 is non-sense. By combining physical singles with digital downloads that gives you the exact order of sales for any given week. The reason for their longetivity is due to low sales. Or little competition on the charts.
Also i know the official highest selling song from each year beginning in 1955 - Frank Sinatra - Learning The Blues till 2006 - Sandi Thom - I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker (With Flowers In My Hair)
Actually Rage started showing the top 50 well before September 1988... I remember the first time I saw it Madonna's "Causing A Commotion" was in it and that was late '87/early '88. I started writing it down religiously as of the week ending 8th May 1988, and I only remember that because I remember that Suedehead by Morrissey was No. 50!
ARIA used the Kent Music Report charts from mid 1983 and even when they started compiling their own chart in 1988 the record companies who financed the chart strangely still favoured the Kent chart over their own. As for its samples mainly coming from the Sydney area I think you may be confusing this chart with "The Book" Top 40 Research.
Hey my friends and I putting together a CD for a friends 21st birthday with 21 singles that were no. 1 on the arias on her birthday each year of her life. We need the pre 1989 singles still. She was born 19 May 1986 can anyone help?
I've got a majority of the ARIA Top 50 handouts from 1984-1992 (some years I have less than others including 1986 when the went to poster sized charts rather than hand out sized). I can probably help out. I've been trying to source the 51-100 chart positions for the ARIA chart from June 88 (when they discontinued the Kent Chart data) and Dec 89 (just prior to them publishing the Top 100 each week in the ARIA report). This would fill the gap of having the TOP 100 from the 70's to today using Kent Charts until mid-88 and ARIA post mid-88. Anyone got access to ARIA chart database per chance????
I've tried on many occasions to find out from ARIA regarding their archive and it's been years since they've stated on their site "we will make our archive public soon", if you have the old Top 50 charts pre 8-1-89, i'd love to have a look at them!!!! ta
I have a computer database of every ARIA singles chart from January 1993 onwards plus an incomplete number of other chartss dating back to pre-ARIA times (1986-1988). In addition, complete album charts dating back to 2000.
www.onmc.iinet.net.au, which has a list of all the Australian number one singles, has no record of U2 & Green Day- The Saints Are Coming ever being at number one. I'm certain that peaked at the top of the music charts in November.
I have almost all the ARIA charts I picked up from record shops from late 1987 until about 1990 sitting in a box. I could scan them, although early on I highlighted the songs I liked and it could be a bit embarrassing. "Star trekkin'" anyone? Anyway, there's heaps so if anyone has any specific questions I can probably have a trawl through.
People - the self-compiled ARIA Charts were not running in 1985 nor 1987! Perhaps you've got them mixed around with the Kent Music Report, which later changed its name to the Australian Music Report in 1987? (1974-1999)?
The official ARIA Charts began being compiled in 1988, but they had started from 1983 using the Kent Music Report's information.
But I guess what you were saying sortof makes sense now... I don't know where they got their information of the Charifacts from pre-1985 from... I didn't even know Chartifacts was running then... but does I'm guessing, as they do nowadays, got their info from the Kent Report, found some info on singles and albums that had debuted that week, and published it? Surely there's not much more to it? I'm not entirely sure because I have not looked at them from this period. And, John, I've seen that onmc.iinet.net.au is not always 100% correct.. perhaps that's why it doesn't list U2 and Green Day's cover of "The Saints are Coming" going to #1? I'm 110% sure it did, because I even remember reading the charts that week... anyway, that's all from me.
Beginnings of the ARIA Chart In the early 1980s the major record companies in Australia, EMI, Festival, CBS (now known as Sony), RCA (now known as BMG), WEA (now known as Warner Music) and Polygram (now known as Universal), joined together, along with representation of some of the smaller record companies, to form an industry association under the name of ARIA (Australian Record Industry Association). ARIA was established as an industry body to manage music industry issues such as copyright and piracy. A secondary goal of ARIA's was to have an industry published chart. Rather than re-invent the wheel and start from scratch ARIA recognised that the Kent Music Report was already conducting chart research and publishing the results. ARIA and the Kent Music Report entered into a business agreement where-by ARIA provided funding to the Kent Music Report to further establish its research base, making for an even more accurate chart. In return ARIA were allowed to publish the Kent Music Report charts, under license, under their own banner. This was the beginning of the ARIA chart that was published and distributed amongst record stores and is known to most music fans in this country to this day.
The licensing arrangement between Kent Music Report and ARIA lasted from 1983 until 1988 when ARIA, wanting to gain a higher level of control of the chart research and publication, ended its agreement with Kent Music Report, formed their own research and chart publishing group and started publishing their own give-away chart.
Top Two National Charts Although the licensing agreement between ARIA and the Kent Music Report had ended, the Kent Music Report continued to conduct it's own research. In 1987 the Kent Music Report had actually changed its moniker to Australian Music Report (AMR) for the purposes of establishing a broader and more recognisable name. With ARIA promoting itself, some-what questionably, as 'the official' chart there arose the situation where two national charts were being published each week in competition to each other. Both charts had similar research bases but the levels of agreement between the charts could differ. In most cases the top 10 between each chart would be very similar but often the data that made up the rest of the chart could differ quiet significantly. It is ironic to note that the record companies themselves, those whose money was being channeled to fund ARIA and it's own chart research, would continue to subscribe and use the Australian Music Report.
For a breakdown of who used the AMR versus ARIA click here:
I almost cry myself to sleep at night knowing that I had EVERY edition of the ARIA (Kent) charts from mid 1984 til when they stopped the original print run - then threw them out in a mad purge sometime in the 1990's.
I don't know how I face waking up each day.
But I've recently discovered The Kent Report online, where you can buy some pretty good chart collation books. When I get my first one I'll post a review.
The new entries were: 2 NEW 1 2 ESPECIALLY FOR YOU - Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan (Mushroom/Festival) K717 21 NEW 1 21 IMAGINE/JEALOUS GUY/HAPPY XMAS (WAR IS OVER) - John Lennon (Parlophone/EMI) A2182 28 NEW 1 28 EVERY ROSE HAS ITS THORN - Poison (Liberation/CBS) LS2036 38 NEW 1 38 SMOOTH CRIMINAL - Michael Jackson (Epic/CBS) 653026.7 42 NEW 1 42 I'M GONNA BE (500 MILES) - The Proclaimers (Chrysalis/Festival) K644 43 NEW 1 43 TWO HEARTS - Phil Collins (WEA/Warner) 7-257750 48 NEW 1 48 A CUPPLA DAYS - Con The Fruiterer (CBS) 653148.7
Well it would probably have been in the Top 100 in 1988. According to AMROC, the single was released on the 12th December 1988 so would have had its first opportunity to chart w/e 25th December, the chart issued immediately before 8th January.
According to the Kent Report, Heaven On Earth debuted at No. 36 on 29th February 1988, peaking at No. 13 on the 21st March. It spent 16 weeks in the Top 100 in total.
The week following its departure from the chart, ARIA began their own charts but Top 100 info for their 1988/89 charts is hard to come by, so it's impossible to tell if the album remained or re-entered after the 19th June 1988.
David Kent is an extremely nice guy who still to this day compiles national charts.
As for ARIA, they have no record of a Top 100 prior to late 1989, when the first ARIA report was produced for purchase. Unfortunately, they also have no plans to produce a chart book (along the lines of David Kent's chart books), even though the idea has been mooted many times over the years.
Who else here really, really misses Rage showing the Top 50 each week??
Hey Every 1! Hi Liam... I agree with Scott! I miss Rage showing the Australian Top 50 countdown each week. Also does Any 1 know what songs were at positions #43, #45, #47, #48, #49. On the Digital Track Chart for the 8th January 2007? Some Help Plz... I need them for my own charts.
Hi Nate, here is the digital track chart you requested #43 - "You Know My Name" (from Casino Royale) - Chris Cornell #45 - "Over My Heard (Cable Car)" (album version) - The Fray #47 - "Hurt" - Christina Aguilera #48 - "Funky Tonight" - John Butler Trio #49 - "Temperature" (album version) - Sean Paul
Hi... Does anyone have or know someone who has Countdown Charts for the years 1984, 1985 and 1986 - maybe the first half on 1987 too. I have everything from 1988 onwards and some of 1983 (thanks to the National Library) but I can't find the rest anywhere. No one has ever hung on to them... Not even the ABC. Get in touch and let's talk the ARIA Countdown Chart Top 50 singles and albums... TONY
Hi everyone! I'm trying to get a hold of the weekly top 10 from 1974 - 1988. If anyone has anything or knows anything please let me know. I've seen a cover of a Kent Music Report from 1976 so I know they exist....but where??? Cheers Summer
Summer - Top 10 from 74 to 88** Summer, David Kent has just released a new book with the Top 20 singles from 1940 to 2006, so this is where you'll be able to find this info. Go to his website which is mentioned above top order a copy. Regards, Gavin Ryan OzChartMaster
I have a heap of old mix VHS tapes of old RAGE episodes & other music specials that I am currently updating to DVD. If anyone wants them get in contact with me & we'll work something out. Contact me BeansterBarnes@hotmail.com
Scottie; No.1 single - Simply Irresistable - Robert Palmer No.1 album - 88 The Winners on Aria, Age of Reason, John Farnham on AMR. Top 10: 2 - Doctorin' the Tardis - Timelords 3 - Perfect - Fairground Attraction 4 - All Fired Up - Pat Benatar 5 - Don't Be Cruel - Cheap Trick 6 - That's When I Think of You - 1927 7 - Push it - Salt-N-Pepa 8 - Age of Reason - John Farnham 9 - Theme fromS-Express - S-Express 10 - Duke of Earl - Dukes of Earlwood
Just realised that on the latest Top 50 Albums chart (28th of Jan 2008) 3 of Bon Jovi's old albums including Slippery When Wet (1986) and New Jersy (1988) have re-entered the charts due to their Aus Tour.
But next to these albums, it has their Gold/Platnium status.
If these albums were pre 1988, where did they get the information from?
I was just wondering if anyone knew what date INXS' "Never Tear Us Apart" hit #1, (and for how long it was there - I assume it topped the charts anyway). Just that I was born in '87 & I'm sure it was out that year (ie, wondering if it was #1 on my birthday lol).
As has already been posted - an awesome topic! Cheers
Mat; It didn't quite peak at No.1, but made it No.11 for two weeks at the end of September 1988 (not 87) (according to AMR). So if you wanna know what was No.1 on your birthday, just reply with your date of birth in either this thread-topic or the one about Birthday Songs.
The record company (in this case, Universal) applies for gold and platinum accreditations with ARIA based on their own sales data (ie. shipped TO stores, not scanned from stores). However, this information is not always accurate, as it may not have been updated for years, OR perhaps the albums in question have been available through different record companies and the newer company may not have access to the previous distributor's sales info (a good example of this is "Play" by Moby, which came out through Festival originally, then EMI when the Mute label was bought by them). In the case of Bon Jovi, however, Universal should have complete sales histories for those albums...
Basically, the moral of it all is not to take too much notice of the accreditations, they really are only a rough guide.
A further four Bon Jovi albums have re-entered the charts in the lower half of the Top 100. Cross Roads-The Best of (57), These Days (58), Bon Jovi (59) and 7800 Fahrenheit (66). So they now have EIGHT albums on the chart.
Hi There, i have just stumbled upon this forum and think it is awesome. I religiously taped rage and wrote down the top 60(up to 93) and the top 50 from the beginning of 1991 unitl about 2002. I have over 200 aria charts from music stores from 1991 until 1998 as well. I was wondering if there was any way in finding out what the top selling singles in Australia are in the 1990's? Is there a definitive accurate list of the top 100? Or can we just assume by their platnum rankings? Obviously candle in the wind/something about the way you look tonight would be number 1(14 times platinum?) I will always love you(4x platinum), doctor jones and barbie girl (3x platinum) just to name a few. Thanks!
08-Mar-82*HP-04*WI-17 - Just Can't Get Enough 11-Jun-84*HP-25*WI-20 - People are People 03-Dec-84*HP-89*WI-06 - Master & Servant 22-Apr-85*HP-87*WI-04 - Somebody 16-Nov-87*HP-82*HP-02 - Never Let Me Down Again 30-May-87*HP-98*WI-01 - Route 66 09-Apr-90*HP-71*WI-10 - Enjoy the Silence 14-Mar-93*HP-37*WI-14 - I Feel You 09-May-93*HP-74*HP-06 - Walking in My Shoes 03-Oct-93*HP-78*WI*06 - Condemnation 06-Feb-94*HP-40*WI-09 - In Your Room 16-Feb-97*HP-33*WI-07 - Barrel of a Gun 20-Apr-97*HP-52*WI-08 - It's No Good 27-Sep-98*HP-34*WI-07 - Only When I Lose Myself 27-Aug-01*HP-95*WI-01 - I Feel Loved
Van Halen: 27-Mar-78*HP-12*WI-18 - You Really Got Me 19-Apr-82*HP-59*WI-08 - Pretty Woman 13-Feb-84*HP-02*WI-20 - Jump 25-Jun-84*HP-74*WI-03 - Panama 17-Dec-84*HP-89*WI-06 - Hot for Teacher 31-Mar-86*HP-08*WI-24 - Why Can't This Be Love 11-Aug-86*HP-51*WI-19 - Dreams 18-July-88*HP-23*WI-09 - When it's Love 30-Jun-91*HP-55*WI-08 - Poundcake 28-Mar-93*HP-93*WI-02 - Jump (Live) 02-Mar-98*HP-56*WI-03 - Without You
Peter Frampton: 05-Apr-76*HP-25*WI-15 - Show Me the Way 26-July-76*HP-65*WI-06 - Baby, I Love Your Way 13-Dec-76*HP-64*WI-17 - Do You Feel Like We Do 20-Jun-77*HP-09*WI-19 - I'm in You 04-Dec-78*HP-68*WI-11 - The Long and Winding Road 16-July-79*HP-86*WI-07 - I Can't Stand it No More
Billy Idol: 18-Oct-82*HP-18*WI-21 - Hot in the City 31-Jan-83*HP-09*WI-23 - White Wedding 28-Nov-83*HP-42*WI-21 - Dancing With Myself 12-Mar-84*HP-07*WI-20 - Rebel Yell 18-Jun-84*HP-12*WI-17 - Eyes Without a Face 24-Sep-84*HP-28*WI-16 - Flesh for Fantasy 21-Jan-85*HP-61*WI-08 - Catch My Fall 10-Nov-86*HP-03*WI-27 - To Be a Lover 09-Mar-87*HP-22*WI-12 - Don't Need a Gun 15-Jun-87*HP-09*WI-19 - Sweet 16 14-Sep-87*HP-93*WI-02 - Soul Standing By 09-Nov-87*HP-08*WI*25 - Mony Mony (Live) 15-Feb-88*HP-58*WI-10 - Hot in the City (Remix) 13-May-90*HP-10*WI-20 - Cradle of Love 05-Aug-90*HP-34*WI-12 - L.A. Woman 25-July-93*HP-28*WI-10 - Shock to the System / Heroin 07-Aug-94*HP-33*WI-12 - Speed
Do you know what the song "Dancing With Myself" is about? If not, I'll let you know.
hi. i am pretty disappointed that this site doesn't have any chart runs for one of my favourite bands 'Faith No More'! I do remember them being very popular with their albums in Oz, so does anyone have any of thier albums chart runs and certifications? thanx.
Tyson: Here are Faith No More's album positions in Australia, I don't have any certification information though...
02-July-90*HP-02*WI-30 - The Real Thing 27-Aug-90*HP-68*WI-08 - Introduce Yourself 13-July-92*HP-04*WI-37 - Angel Dust 10-Apr-95*HP-02*WI-32 - King for a Day, Fool for a Lifetime 30-Jun-97*HP-01*WI-37 - Album of the Year (1 week @ 1) 23-Nov-98*HP-03*WI-13 - Who Cares a Lot?- Greatest Hits
Tiffany: Singles: 30-Nov-87*HP-13*Wi-35 - I Think We're Alone Now 21-Mar-88*HP-08*WI-24 - Could've Been 06-Jun-88*HP-09*WI-14 - I Saw Him Standing There 23-Jan-89*HP-94*WI-04 - Radio Romance Albums: 15-Feb-88*HP-04*WI-37 - Tiffany 26-Dec-88*HP-45*WI-13 - Hold and Old Friend's Hand
Belinda Carlisle Singles: 18-Aug-86*HP-09*WI-19 - Mad About You 11-Jan-88*HP-02*WI-21 - Heaven is a Place on Earth 14-Mar-88*HP-34*WI-12 - I Get Weak 11-July-88*HP-75*WI-05 - Circle in the Sand 06-Nov-89*HP-05*WI-26 - Leave a Light On 25-Dec-89*HP-21*WI-19 - La Luna 01-Apr-90*HP-06*WI-22 - Summer Rain 10-Jun-90*HP-44*WI-10 - Runaway Horses 26-Aug-90*HP-84*WI-01 - Vision of You 13-Oct-91*HP-13*WI-23 - Live Your Life Be Free 02-Feb-92*HP-42*WI-13 - Do You Feel Like I Feel 31-Oct-93*HP-56*WI-12 - Big Scary Animal 01-Sep-96*HP-11*WI-25 - In Too Deep 26-Jan-97*HP-50*WI-12 - Always Breaking My Heart
18-May-70*HP-08*WI-10 - This Girls in Love With You 28-Dec-70*HP-25*WI-02 - Spirit in the Dark 24-July-72*HP-51*WI-01 - Young, Gifted and Black 17-Jun-74*HP-88*WI-03 - Let me into Your Life 16-Sep-85*HP-15*WI-26 - Who's Zoomin' Who? 08-Dec-86*HP-33*WI-21 - Aretha 03-July-89*HP-89*WI-03 - Through the Storm 16-Jan-95*HP-84*WI-03 - Greatest Hits (1980-1994) 26-Oct-98*HP-12*WI-21 - VH-1 Divas Live 05-May-03*HP-39*WI-02 - Respect: The Very Best of.
16-Mar-70*HP-07*WI-06 - Live Peace in Toronto, 1969 26-Apr-71*HP-03*WI-16 - John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band 29-Nov-71*HP-01*WI-48 - Imagine (2 weeks at No.1) 18-Dec-72*HP-10*WI-16 - Sometime in New York City 17-Dec-73*HP-08*WI-20 - Mind Games 14-Oct-74*HP-04*WI-25 - Walls and Bridges 03-Mar-75*HP-05*WI-36 - Rock 'N' Roll 24-Nov-75*HP-08*WI-44 - Shaved Fish 24-Nov-80*HP-01*WI-45 - Double Fantasy (10 weeks at No.1) 29-Nov-82*HP-01*WI-41 - John Lennon Collection (5 wks at 1) 06-Feb-84*HP-04*WI-13 - Milk and Honey 14-Apr-86*HP-66*WI-09 - Live in New York City 18-Apr-88*HP-78*WI-04 - Rip it Up 21-Nov-88*HP-14*WI-20 - Imagine-The Movie Soundtrack 03-dec-90*HP-38*WI-10 - Lennon (4CD Box Set) 24-Nov-97*HP-15*WI-32 - Lennon Legend: The Very Best 23-Nov-98*HP-83*WI-02 - Wonsaponatime 17-Oct-05*HP-44*WI-01 - Working Class Hero: Definitive Lennon
Neil Sedaka: 23-Dec-74*HP-67*WI-13 - Laughter in the Rain 20-Oct-75*HP-42*WI-11 - 20 Golden Hits 10-Nov-75*HP-64*WI-12 - Overnight Success 21-Jun-76*HP-85*WI-06 - The Best of Neil Sedaka 05-dec-77*HP-61*WI-13 - 20 Great Hits 13-Dec-82*HP-74*WI-12 - Neil Sedaka & Gene Pitney Collections 27-Dec-82*HP-52*WI-08 - At His Very Best
30-Nov-70*HP-31*WI-02 - An Old Raincoat Won't Let You Down 08-Mar-71*HP-24*WI-13 - Gasoline Alley 04-Oct-71*HP-01*WI-32 - Every Picture Tells a Story (5 weeks) 18-Sep-72*HP-03*WI-36 - Never a Dull Moment 20-Aug-73*HP-11*WI-29 - Sing it Again, Rod 11-Feb-74*HP-38*WI-11 - Rod Stewart & The Faces Live Coast to Coast, Overtures and Beginners 04-Nov-74*HP-08*WI-28 - Smiler 01-Sep-75*HP-01*WI-84 - Atlantic Crossing (2 weeks at No.1) 28-Jun-76*HP-01*WI-61 - A Night on the Town (10 weeks at 1) 23-Aug-76*HP-13*WI-27 - The Best of Rod Stewart 07-Nov-77*HP-01*WI-28 - Foot Loose & Fancy Free (9 weeks) 04-Dec-78*HP-01*WI-30 - Blondes Have More Fun (6 weeks) 22-Oct-79*HP-01*WI-22 - Greatest Hits (5 weeks at No.1) 24-Nov-80*HP-09*WI-18 - Foolish Behaviour 01-Dec-80*HP-84*WI-04 - Rockin' Rod (early stuff) 23-Nov-81*HP-11*WI-29 - Tonight I'm Yours 13-Dec-82*HP-41*WI-15 - Absolutely Live 20-Jun-83*HP-14*WI-16 - Body Wishes 02-July-84*HP-34*WI-07 - Camouflage 14-July-86*WI-16*WI-28 - Every Beat of My Heart 27-Jun-88*HP-26*WI-17 - Out of Order 18-Dec-89*HP-07*WI-55 - The Best of Rod Stewart 06-May-91*HP-01*WI-57 - Vagabond Heart (1 week at No.1) 14-Jun-93*HP-04*WI-20 - Unplugged... and Seated 26-Jun-95*HP-31*WI-05 - A Spanner in the Works 25-Nov-96*HP-34*WI-16 - If We Fall in Love Tonight 04-Feb-02*HP-18*WI-12 - The Story So Far, Very Best of... The rest of his albums, plus this last one you can look up on the search function above.
Looking for he chart positions answeek of the following albums... any help? Thanx
All this and world war II (Various LP) 1976 Friends (Dionne Warwick LP) 1985 Heart over mind (Jennifer Rush LP) 1987 Prince's trust (Various LP) 1987 The royal concert (Various LP) 1989 Nobody's child (Various LP) 1990 Knebworth album (Various LP) 1990 Expresso logic (Chris Rea LP) 1993 Very best of Kiki Dee (Greatests hits) 1994 The Very Best Of Chris Rea (Greatest 1994 The glory of Gershwin (Various LP) 1994 Jewel (Marcella Detroit LP) 1994 Earthrise - The rainforest Album (Various LP) 1995 Pavarotti & friends for War child (Various LP) 1996 Ladies & Gentlemen (George Michael Best of... LP) 1998 Divas live '99 (Various LP) 1999 Queen's Greatest hits III (Various LP) 1999 Blender (Collective Soul LP) 2000 The Platinum Collection (Queen) 2000 I need you (LeAnn Rimes LP) 2001 Earl Scruggs and Friends (Earl Scruggs LP) 2001 One love (Blue Album) 2002 The Best of LeAnn Rimes (LeAnn Rimes LP) 2004 Mona Lisa Smile (Various LP) 2004 Halcyon Days (Bruce Hornsby LP) 2004 Getting in over my head (Brian Wilson LP) 2004 Genius Love Company (Ray Charles Duets LP) 2004 Best of Blue (Blue Album) 2004 Loyal to the game (2PAC Album) 2005 Working Class Hero (John Lennon Album) 2005 Classic Moments (Patti Labelle Album) 2005 Too Far Gone (Catherine Britt Album) 2005 Elizabethtown (Soundtrack) 2005 B.B. King & Friends (B.B. King Duets Album) 2005 So amazing: An All Star Tribute (Luther Vandross Album) 2005 The Great American Songbook: Volume IV (Rod Stewart Album) 2005 Then & Now (Nik Kershaw Greatest Hits Album) 2005 Come Together Now (Katrina and Rita Hurricanes Relief Album) 2005 Curtain Call (Eminem Album) 2005 Duets: An American Classic (Tony Bennett Album) 2006 Two's Company - The Duets (Cliff Richard Album) Twenty Five (George Michael Greatest Hits Album) Goin' Home: A tribute to Fats Domino (Fats Domino Tribute Album) 2007
19-Jan-70*HP-01*WI-28 - Whole Lotta Love (5 weeks at No.1) 18-Jan-71*HP-20*WI-18 - Immigrant Song 17-Jan-72*HP-10*WI-20 - Black Dog 08-May-72*HP-51*WI-08 - Rock and Roll 16-Jun-75*HP-60*WI-08 - Trampled Underfoot
Cream: 15-Apr-67*HP-53*WI-18 - I Feel Free 22-July-67*HP-23*WI-11 - Strange Brew 24-Feb-68*HP-18*WI-13 - Sunshine of Your Love 22-Jun-68*HP-64*WI-07 - Anyone for Tennis 26-Oct-68*HP-01*WI-21 - White Room / Those Were the Days (2 weeks at No.1) 01-Mar-69*HP-45*WI-13 - Crossroads 24-May-69*HP-43*WI-06 - Badge
Jimi Hendrix: 25-Mar-67*HP-34*WI-17 - Hey Joe 27-May-67*HP-53*WI-11 - Purple Haze 08-July-67*HP-18*WI-15 - The Wind Cries Mary 19-Aug-67*HP-35*WI-09 - Jimi Hendrix (EP) 02-Sep-67*HP-26*WI-19 - Stone Free 14-Oct-67*HP-21*WI-10 - Burning of the Midnight Lamp 20-Jan-68*HP-27*WI-15 - Fire / Foxy Lady 11-May-68*HP-82*WI-03 - Up From the Skies 02-Nov-68*HP-06*WI-18 - All Along the Watchtower 08-Feb-69*HP-37*WI-11 - Crosstown Traffic 06-Dec-69*HP-53*Wi-12 - Stone Free 15-Feb-71*HP-57*Wi-10 - Voodoo Chile 03-Sep-79*HP-92*WI-02 - Gloria
The Jimi Hendrix EP featured the his first three singles.