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I've started this new thread for request for Chart Positions 51-100 Post 1989. These requests were appearing on the Pre 1989 thread and (I feel at least) that it's more appropriate for them to have their own thread. We'll see what everyone thinks I guess.
Also BIG shout out to bullion who's posted all of the chart positions for 1970 on a new thread. Check it out.
Yeah Here With Me at #52 is quite suprising. I think it's her best song.
Of course she owes Eminem a lot of thanks for really getting her career going. Him using the verse from Thank You (off the same album as Here With Me) really got her noticed initially. However apart from White Flag (#1 in 2003) the rest of her singles have hard modest success.
Dido's album entered the charts in Feb 2001, and most people brought the album due to Thank You, so when "Here With Me" came out, it helped boost the sales of the album, but the single just bobbed around for 20 weeks.
She is more of an album artist anyway. Last edited:
I like Dido a lot and hopefully despite the rather luke-warm sales of her last album "Safe Trip Home" she'll be back with another album soon. At least she's got the Oscars to go to soon - nominated for the song "If I Rise". Last edited:
Goodfellaz Quincy Jones L.A.D. D'Angelo Jodeci Apache Indian Pink Floyd All-4-One Kino Watson Case Crucial Conflict J'son Donell Jones Ali Campbell Keith Martin Naughty By Nature Greg Jonson Greg Johnson Set Headless Chickens Last edited:
Brian McFadden Katy Perry The Cure Lady Gaga Dario G Emiliana Torrini 702 The Neville Brothers Amanda Marshall Tina Arena Robin Beck Tracy Chapman Plan B Immature Fine Young Cannibals Collective Soul Fur Patrol Garageland Semisonic OPM Last edited:
Thanks for the great, great posts. Can I please have:
Mika Rihanna Enrique Iglesias Janet Jackson Kate Bush Swedish House Mafia Kylie Minogue Belinda Carlisle Mark Morrison Neil Finn Smash Mouth Stellar* Deep Obsession Pete Heller Trey Lorenz Rod Stewart And the complete charts from "Was (Not Was)"
So they did overlap for those eight years the Beatles were together and both acts contributed something in the chart during their runs, although Elvis did not chart any singles here in 1976, he did make it with one album though.
Could I have some Top 51-100 post 1989 chart singles from Robbie Williams, Lauryn Hill, Rappin' 4-Tay, Brownstone, Adina Howard, 20 Fingers, K7, BMU (Black Men United), Charles & Eddie and Nine Inch Nails, please?
Spatz, "Cult of Personality" hit No.51 in 1989 on the AMR Charts, and they also charted "Type" (HP-95, WI-3-12-Nov-90). ARIA T100 Charts are not around for 88/89, so any charting stuff is AMR from that period.
I've found two chart positions for Rod Stewart's single "Tom Traubert's Blues (Waltzing Matilda)" HP-61*WI-10 or HP-82*WI-06. Both lists the entry date as 20-Dec-92. One might be for AMR and the other ARIA, but which is which?
Also i've read somewhere that Foo Fighters "Walking After You" (from The X Files soundtrack) would've charted at #67 in 1998, but it wasn't listed in the Foo Fighters-listing here dated 14/03/2011 08:24. Is it incorrect that it would've made tha AU charts
How about did Duran Duran's "All She Wants Is" reach #98 on either AMR or ARIA charts as i've seen that too, but can't find any source for that
Huey Lewis & The News Kid 'N Play Right Said Fred Chris Isaak Sydney Youngblood Brian May Sandra Hoodoo Gurus Wyclef Jean Captain Jack DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince Will Smith Alice Cooper The S.O.U.L. S.Y.S.T.E.M. (Song: It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day) Neneh Cherry Whitesnake Def Leppard John Farnham Jessica (Jessica Folcker) Mark 'Oh Billy Idol Terence Trent D'Arby Led Zeppelin Fugees Tevin Campbell Shakespears Sister Last edited:
Goo Goo Dolls Howie Day Jane's Addiction James (song: sit down) Augustana Avril Lavigne (song: I'm with you) Bloc Party Blue October The Dandy Warhols Editors Edwin McCain Vonda Shepard Vengaboys Trapt
Ralph Tresvant Tokio Hotel K7 Imani Coppola Matchbox 20 (Matchbox Twenty) Björk Interpool Sugarplum Fairy Orbital Bobby Brown Dino Avril Lavigne AC/DC Deee-Lite EMF The Orb Love In Effect Push Push Joey B. Ellis 3rd Bass Queensrÿche Last edited:
Andrea Bocelli's "Time to Say Goodbye" (04-Aug-08*HP-83*WI-01), was that the duet english/italian-language version with Sarah Brightman or Bocelli's solo version. If it was the solo version shouldn't it be titled "Con te partirò" (or alt. "Con Te Partiro (Time To Say Goodbye)" as the italian version sometimes is titled) in that case because i've never heard of a solo english language version by Bocelli of that song? Only Brightman recorded a solo english language version of that song.
sorry for not posting here for awhile, but I am under contract with ARIA now and I can no longer post this information here. But you guys can all purchase a copy of my new book, which will have all of the above requests and more for you.
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you an application form. CD-roms are $30, USB's are $40 and paper editions are $60, and the book is as fat as major city A-L white pages, so there's plenty of info in the book.