My 1994 Charts – February

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Yes these are friends of mine at UKCAC – comic convention London ….

6th FEB 1994

In from nowhere, knocking a World Music track off the top…another World Music track! Deep Forest was one of those Tree-hugging Sting-promoting type records to help save the Rainforests that were subject to ridicule by powerful vested-interest newspapers and crap comics. Or, as I prefer to think of them, selfish morons who think it’s hilarious that the planets lungs are being systematically decimated and untold species wiped-out. Real belly-laughs there, then. The rate of the Amazon loss might have slowed recently, but it’s still going on and 20 years later it’s frightening how much has been lost. The record? It’s beautiful.

A big soul climber for Joe Roberts, to 3, The Cranberries gentle guitar pop to 9, and The Orb’s New Age-ish sounds to 10. Cathy Dennis gets back with D Mob for a final fling at the charts, pretty much before switching to song writing and mega-success. Oh and another New Age record at 23, I think I was getting my Second-Wind as Hippie-by-inclination (too young to be one at the time)…

Significant Top 40 entries for Red Hot Chili Peppers and pop-wise Ace Of Base, and while Mariah was warbling her torturous cover up the charts, the Nilsson version was topping my play list along with Nancy Sinatra’s Greatest Hits and It Never Rains In Southern California (Albert Hammond). Happily, Saint Etienne, Kate Bush, The Charlatans and Crowded House shone a bit of minor light lower down from the pompous big international diva chart hits middling it up in my charts for a few weeks, largely due to the songs rather than the quality of the records.

1 ( NEW ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
2 ( 1 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 37 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
4 ( 2 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
5 ( 3 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
6 ( 5 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
7 ( 8 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
8 ( 4 ) ACTION Def Leppard
9 ( 26 ) LINGER The Cranberries
10 ( 29 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb

11 ( 6 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
12 ( 19 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
13 ( 13 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
14 ( 7 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
15 ( NEW ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
16 ( 9 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
17 ( 10 ) I’M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
18 ( 17 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
19 ( 28 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
20 ( 55 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla

21 ( 11 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
22 ( 12 ) I WOULDN’T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
23 ( NEW ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
24 ( 50 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
25 ( 20 ) CAN’T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
26 ( 14 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
27 ( 15 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
28 ( 33 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
29 ( 21 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’ 93 The Doobie Brothers
30 ( 40 ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks

31 ( 16 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
32 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion
33 ( 22 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
34 ( 69 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
35 ( 49 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
36 ( 18 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins
37 ( 23 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
38 ( 48 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
39 ( 24 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
40 ( NEW ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers

41 ( 35 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 30 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
43 ( 27 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
44 ( 34 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
45 ( 25 ) HYPERACTIVE (REMIX) Thomas Dolby
46 ( NEW ) DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
47 ( 67 ) IN YOUR ROOM Depeche Mode
48 ( NEW ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
49 ( 43 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal
50 ( 66 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx

51 ( 45 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 41 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
54 ( 38 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
55 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( 44 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
57 ( 31 ) IT’S ALRIGHT East 17
58 ( NEW ) WHY SHOULD I LOVE YOU Kate Bush
59 ( RE ) LET’S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
60 ( 42 ) HUMAN NATURE/GONE TOO SOON Michael Jackson

61 ( 61 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
62 ( 56 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
63 ( 57 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
64 ( 63 ) YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELIN’ The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 64 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
66 ( 36 ) I’M IN LUV Joe
67 ( NEW ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
68 ( 65 ) ALL FOR LOVE Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Sting
69 ( 51 ) LIFE Haddaway
70 ( 62 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc

71 ( NEW ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
72 ( NEW ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project
73 ( NEW ) CAN’T GET OUT OF MY HEAD The Charlatans
74 ( 72 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
75 ( NEW ) SOMETHING IN COMMON Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston

13th FEB 1994

Another new entry at the top for the second week in a row – this time it’s 1972 classic Without You in it’s definitive version, the heart-breaking vocal by Nilsson. It had peaked at 2 first time round, and Top 10 again in 1976, this time with the recent death of Harry Nilsson (a great singer) and the comparison of UK chart number 1 (Mariah Carey) justice prevails in my chart-world.

In at 7 from nowhere, Texas do a dramatic ballad, and it’s fab. I love Sharleen when she gets all soulful. A big leap for Saint Etienne into the Top 20, ditto Womack and Womack aka House Of Zakkarius. Meanwhile The Proclaimers want to get married and go Top 40, along with a good new entry from Level 42. Occasionally great, they were well out of fashion by 1994, unfairly I thought, as they were pretty good as their career dipped out and away. In the play list world of oldies, I was mad on Talk Of The USA all over again (Middle Of The Road non-hit from 1973), loving the classy gentle instrumental theme by Henry Mancini to gentle classy quirky US sitcom Newhart, and Love Train by the O’Jays (obviously reviewing 1973 charts that week!).

1 ( NEW ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 3 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
3 ( 1 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
4 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
5 ( 9 ) LINGER The Cranberries
6 ( 7 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
7 ( NEW ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
8 ( 4 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
9 ( 12 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
10 ( 15 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis

11 ( 23 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
12 ( 48 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
13 ( 6 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
14 ( 19 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
15 ( 5 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
16 ( 38 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
17 ( 10 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
18 ( 20 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
19 ( 24 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
20 ( 11 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen

21 ( 8 ) ACTION Def Leppard
22 ( 16 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
23 ( 13 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
24 ( 14 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
25 ( 25 ) CAN’T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
26 ( 17 ) I’M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
27 ( 40 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
28 ( 28 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
29 ( 22 ) I WOULDN’T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
30 ( 18 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean

31 ( 27 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
32 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion
33 ( 21 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
34 ( 34 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
35 ( 50 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
36 ( 29 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’ 93 The Doobie Brothers
37 ( 59 ) LET’S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
38 ( 33 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
39 ( NEW ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
40 ( 72 ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project

41 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 26 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
43 ( 39 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
44 ( 46 ) DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
45 ( 44 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
46 ( NEW ) I CAN’T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
47 ( 37 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
48 ( 31 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
49 ( 42 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
50 ( 49 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal

51 ( 67 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 30 ) THE RED STROKES Garth Brooks
54 ( 43 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
55 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( 51 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
57 ( 35 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top
58 ( 53 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
59 ( 71 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
60 ( 36 ) EVERYDAY Phil Collins

61 ( 56 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
62 ( 61 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
63 ( 73 ) CAN’T GET OUT OF BED The Charlatans
64 ( 64 ) YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELIN’ The Righteous Brothers
65 ( 65 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
66 ( 62 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
67 ( 63 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
68 ( 54 ) ANYTHING Culture Beat
69 ( 75 ) SOMETHING IN COMMON Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston
70 ( NEW ) COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN Wendy Moten

71 ( 70 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
72 ( 74 ) AS TIME GOES BY Jimmy Durante
73 ( 69 ) LIFE Haddaway
74 ( 57 ) IT’S ALRIGHT East 17
75 ( NEW ) WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU Sheryl Crow

20th FEB 1994

2 weeks for Nilsson, while other oldies joining the chartparty are Joan Jett (from 1982), and Frankie Goes To Hollywood (via remix and a third in a row from 1984 to chart). New Kids On The Block get all grown up, and release an actual decent pop record under their initials. Sadly, 10-year-old girls didn’t like the change, and more serious fans couldn’t face grudgingly admitting it was OK, so that, more or less, was them done for. Sting returns with another jazz-flavoured ballad. 20 years on, I still have ambitions for Sting to release an actual exciting record again, and I’d already harboured those ambitions for 10 years in 1994.

With an actual exciting pop rock record, meanwhile, The Wildhearts Bomb into my Top 40. Always under-rated they were, possibly as they were rather manic and fun for serious musos whom presume dour means meaningful, and intense equals passion, and fun is just bubblegum. Pah! Suede also return, much-loved by their generation of fans, and sometimes loved by me. Several future number ones from the band and ex-members are forecast, but here a minor entry (so far).

1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 4 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 3 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
4 ( 2 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
5 ( 5 ) LINGER The Cranberries
6 ( 7 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas
7 ( 10 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
8 ( 9 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
9 ( 16 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
10 ( 12 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne

11 ( 11 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
12 ( 8 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
13 ( 6 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
14 ( 46 ) I CAN’T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
15 ( 39 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
16 ( 18 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
17 ( NEW ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
18 ( 37 ) LET’S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
19 ( 14 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
20 ( 13 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees

21 ( 17 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
22 ( 15 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
23 ( 23 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
24 ( 19 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
25 ( 20 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen
26 ( 34 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
27 ( NEW ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB
28 ( 27 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
29 ( NEW ) NOTHING ‘BOUT ME Sting
30 ( 35 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx

31 ( 22 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
32 ( NEW ) I LOVE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
33 ( 25 ) CAN’T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
34 ( 59 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
35 ( 29 ) I WOULDN’T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
36 ( 24 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
37 ( 31 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
38 ( NEW ) CAFFEINE BOMB The Wildhearts
39 ( 26 ) I’M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
40 ( 44 ) DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul

41 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
42 ( 33 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson
43 ( 36 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’ 93 The Doobie Brothers
44 ( 21 ) ACTION Def Leppard
45 ( 28 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
46 ( 50 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
47 ( 40 ) IMPOSSIBLE Captain Hollywood Project
48 ( 30 ) HERE I STAND Bitty McLean
49 ( 38 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
50 ( 32 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Celine Dion

51 ( 45 ) NO RAIN Blind Melon
52 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
53 ( 63 ) CAN’T GET OUT OF BED The Charlatans
54 ( 55 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
55 ( 48 ) I GOT YOU BABE Cher and Beavis and Butt-Head
56 ( 56 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
57 ( 43 ) BREATHE AGAIN Toni Braxton
58 ( 58 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
59 ( 49 ) RUNAWAY TRAIN Soul Asylum
60 ( 64 ) YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELIN’/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers

61 ( 65 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
62 ( 62 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
63 ( 42 ) SATURN 5 Inspiral Carpets
64 ( NEW ) HIGHER GROUND Sasha
65 ( 54 ) TOWER OF STRENGTH (REMIX) The Mission
66 ( 66 ) PAYING THE PRICE OF LOVE The Bee Gees
67 ( 71 ) WALKING ON AIR Bad Boys Inc
68 ( 67 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
69 ( NEW ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
70 ( 70 ) COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN Wendy Moten

71 ( 47 ) A WHOLE NEW WORLD Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
72 ( 61 ) MOMENTS OF PLEASURE Kate Bush
73 ( NEW ) RUSH Freakpower
74 ( 50 ) SAVE OUR LOVE Eternal
75 ( 57 ) PIN CUSHION ZZ Top

27th FEB 1994

3 weeks for Nilsson at 1, 1 week for another Nilsson at 75 – Josefin. Abba’s Bjorn and Benny, basically. The charts go mad with new entries, lots of them pretty good: Morrissey with one of his best, Beck grunge-shuffling his way to declare he’s a Loser. Know how he feels. Springsteen with the fab movie theme; Whatta Man, En Vogue & Salt n Pepa declaring the start of that modern curse: urban superstar duets. Thanks Gals!

Meanwhile Nat & eartha enter with records not necessarily well-known, but plugged via adverts. Also a modern phenomenon, but one I’m more in favour of! Ace Of Base finally get cracking into the Top 10; Cocteau’s are cool at 40; Jimmy Cliff, reggae legend, does a film-related of the very under-rated non-reggae legend Johnny Nash, US Sam Cooke soundalike who was the first ever reggae breakthrough act in the UK and the US. He wrote I Can See Clearly Now, and covered Bob Marley 3 years before his breakthrough. Should be well-known!

1 ( 1 ) WITHOUT YOU Nilsson
2 ( 2 ) RETURN TO INNOCENCE Enigma
3 ( 5 ) LINGER The Cranberries
4 ( 3 ) SWEET LULLABY Deep Forest
5 ( 4 ) LOVER Joe Roberts
6 ( 26 ) THE SIGN Ace Of Base
7 ( 15 ) FOREVER NOW Level 42
8 ( 7 ) WHY? D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis
9 ( 17 ) TWO TRIBES (REMIX) Frankie Goes To Hollywood
10 ( 6 ) SO IN LOVE WITH YOU Texas

11 ( 8 ) UPTIGHT Shara Nelson
12 ( 10 ) PALE MOVIE Saint Etienne
13 ( 14 ) I CAN’T WAIT TO BE WITH YOU DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince
14 ( 12 ) STOP LOVING ME STOP LOVING YOU Daryl Hall
15 ( 11 ) SPIRITUAL LOVE Urban Species
16 ( 18 ) LET’S GET MARRIED The Proclaimers
17 ( 9 ) SECRET STAR Womack and Womack (Zekkarius)
18 ( 23 ) STAY WITH ME BABY Ruby Turner
19 ( 29 ) NOTHING ‘BOUT ME Sting
20 ( 27 ) DIRTY DAWG NKOTB

21 ( 13 ) A DEEPER LOVE Aretha Franklin and C+C Music Factory
22 ( 16 ) I LOVE MUSIC Rozalla
23 ( NEW ) LET’S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE Nat ‘King’ Cole
24 ( 21 ) PERPETUAL DAWN The Orb
25 ( 20 ) FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS The Bee Gees
26 ( 64 ) HIGHER GROUND Sasha
27 ( 30 ) NOW AND FOREVER Richard Marx
28 ( 24 ) HEY JEALOUSY Gin Blossoms
29 ( 19 ) CORNFLAKE GIRL Tori Amos
30 ( 25 ) WE WILL ROCK YOU Queen

31 ( 22 ) THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIX) D:Ream
32 ( NEW ) IF I LOVE YA THEN I NEED YA Eartha Kitt
33 ( 32 ) I LOVE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Joan Jett And The Blackhearts
34 ( 34 ) LOCKED OUT Crowded House
35 ( 31 ) COLD COLD HEART Wet Wet Wet
36 ( 46 ) ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS COME TRUE Meatloaf
37 ( 33 ) CAN’T TAKE YOUR LOVE Pauline Henry
38 ( 38 ) CAFFEINE BOMB The Wildhearts
39 ( 40 ) DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART Elton John and RuPaul
40 ( NEW ) BLUEBEARD The Cocteau Twins

41 ( 28 ) GIVE IT AWAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
42 ( 35 ) I WOULDN’T NORMALLY DO THIS KIND OF THING Pet Shop Boys
43 ( 41 ) GO WEST Pet Shop Boys
44 ( NEW ) SAIL AWAY Urban Cookie Collective
45 ( 43 ) LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’ 93 The Doobie Brothers
46 ( 39 ) I’M IN THE MOOD Ce Ce Peniston
47 ( NEW ) BECAUSE OF LOVE Janet Jackson
48 ( 37 ) TWIST AND SHOUT Chaka Demus and Pliers
49 ( 36 ) THAT WAS THE DAY The The
50 ( 42 ) AGAIN Janet Jackson

51 ( NEW ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW Jimmy Cliff
52 ( 69 ) STAY TOGETHER Suede
53 ( 52 ) DANCING QUEEN/ EAGLE Abba
54 ( NEW ) I FEEL NO PAIN Bindu and Moodswings
55 ( 54 ) 20th CENTURY BOY T.Rex
56 ( NEW ) GLAM ROCK COPS Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
57 ( 45 ) WITHOUT YOU Mariah Carey
58 ( NEW ) THE MORE YOU IGNORE ME THE CLOSER I GET Morrissey
59 ( NEW ) NO MAN’S LAND Billy Joel
60 ( NEW ) RENAISSANCE M People

61 ( 60 ) YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELIN’/ EBB TIDE The Righteous Brothers
62 ( 61 ) HEY JUDE/ REVOLUTION The Beatles
63 ( 62 ) RELAX Frankie Goes To Hollywood
64 ( 49 ) THE POWER OF LOVE Frankie Goes To Hollywood
65 ( NEW ) DOWNTOWN SWV
66 ( NEW ) TEENAGE SENSATION Credit To The Nation
67 ( 58 ) BUDDHA OF SUBURBIA David Bowie
68 ( NEW ) LOSER Beck
69 ( 56 ) IN DULCE JUBILO/ PORTSMOUTH Mike Oldfield
70 ( NEW ) JINGO FKW

71 ( NEW ) STREETS OF PHILADELPHIA Bruce Springsteen
72 ( NEW ) I WANT YOU The Inspiral Carpets and The Fall
73 ( 68 ) A HARD DAYS NIGHT Peter Sellers
74 ( NEW ) WHATTA MAN Salt ‘n’ Pepa and En Vogue
75 ( NEW ) LEAVE IT TO LOVE/ HEAVEN AND HELL Josefin Nilsson

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