My 2009 Charts – Sept to Dec

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SEPTEMBER 2009

In which Agnes gets on top after a few weeks of runner-upping. What a fantastic record it is, a brilliant heart-break song, earnest and passionate and melodic. If I’ve had a couple of pints I’ll be there belting it out on a dancefloor believing every word I sing. Shame she had to be knocked off after 1 week, but, hey, it’s The Beatles. It’s the astounding, influential otherworldly Tomorrow Never Knows, John Lennon’s hypnotic, druggy anthem that wasn’t even a single, but influences right through to the Chemical Brothers/Noel Gallagher’s Setting Sun are clear. Then She’s Leaving Home, a Sgt Pepper poetically sad song about children leaving, Macca at his bitter-sweetest. Finally Magical Mystery Tour, EP, TV mini-movie, and B Side, and fantastic rock track, urgent, pounding and inventive. By Beatles standards, the TV show was considered a flop, by sales standards the very expensive EP, with Booklet and 2 singles was only kept off the top of the singles charts by….The Beatles Hello Goodbye. The Beatles could do in a year what most bands dream of doing in a career. I’m a bit of a fan….

So who lost out to the Fab invasion? Agnes would have had 3 weeks on top, and Paloma Faith’s epic New York would have had one week on top this month. What a fantastic record that is, less known than the rival New York State Of Mind, but just as good. Others: Cascada get to 3 on the dancefloor, Noisettes have a Wild Young Heart throbbing at 5, while Little Boots has a Remedy for that at 6.

Pixie Lott keeps the girl pop stars a-coming in my top 10, as Boys And Girls also hit 6, as Madonna Celebrates at 8, 25 years of non-stop Top 10’s virtually, give or take the odd Hanky Panky. Robbie Williams Bodies slumps up to 4, Mika’s Golden at 7, and The Beatles get a 4th Top 10 with George Harrison’s I Need You: 3 great songwriters in one band. Shakira shows a bit of the She Wolf at 9, 7 years on from topping my chart. Whatever…

6th Sept Chart

RELEASE ME Agnes 1 2 3 11
HEARTBREAK (MAKE ME A DANCER) Freemasons/ Sophie Ellis Bextor 2 5 8 14
EVACUATE THE DANCEFLOOR Cascada 3 3 10 18
CONFUSION GIRL (SHAME SHAME SHAME) Frankmusic 4 12 23 37
WILD YOUNG HEARTS Noisettes 5 9 12 22
I’M IN LOVE WITH A GERMAN FILM STAR (PET SHOP BOYS REMIX) The Passions 6 21 32 56
SUPERHUMAN TOUCH Athlete 7 13 21 26
REMEDY Little Boots 8 8 11 6
FIRE BURNING Sean Kingston 9 18 18 24
AUDACITY OF HUGE Simian Mobile Disco 10 11 17 21

WHO’S LOVING YOU? The Jackson 5 11 26 42 61
NEVER FORGET YOU Noisettes 12 19 22 27
READY FOR THE WEEKEND Calvin Harris 13 25 33 33
AND I’M TELLING YOU I’M NOT GOING Jennifer Holliday 14 22 44 69
BOYS AND GIRLS Pixie Lott 15 10 6 12
RABBIT HEART (RAISE IT UP) Florence & The Machine 16 41 59 72
CELEBRATION Madonna 17 17 15 8
WHEN LOVES TAKES OVER David Guetta/ Kelly Rowland 18 27 31 31
BULLETPROOF La Roux 19 23 28 30
DON’T TRUST ME 3oH!3 20 45 62

LOVE COMES Bananarama 21 37 48 71
DON’T WANNA RUN NO MORE Vagabond 22 31 41 42
SUPERNOVA Mr Hudson/Kanye West 23 24 26 36
GET SHAKY The Ian Carey Project 24 30 35 35
BEAUTIFUL NIGHT Beverley Knight 25 20 20 29
NEW YORK Paloma Faith 26 16 5 4
WORK The Saturdays 27 33 45 59
BODIES Robbie Williams 28 4 4 5
THE CARNIVAL IS OVER The Seekers 29 29 19 13
HUMAN NATURE Michael Jackson 30 46 69

I JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF Dusty Springfield 31 44 49 50
JUMP Flo-Rida/ Nelly Furtado 32 32 54 54
MY SWEET LORD George Harrison 33 51 51 51
LOVEGAME Lady Gaga 34 34 34 25
STRAWBERRY SWING Coldplay 35 53 53 53
BATTLEFIELD Jordin Sparks 36 54
I GOTTA FEELING Black Eyed Peas 37 56
DON’T STOP TILL YOU GET ENOUGH Michael Jackson 38 52 52 52
GET SEXY Sugababes 39 35 55
NEVER LEAVE YOU Tinchy Stryder/ Amelle 40 66

THE LEGEND OF XANADU Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 41 42 43 43
AIN’T NO SUNSHINE Michael Jackson 42
BORN TO RUN Bruce Springsteen 43 43 39 34
NEVER GIVE YOU UP Raphael Saadiq 44
UPRISING Muse 45
I’LL GO CRAZY IF I DON’T GO CRAZY TONIGHT U2 46 14 16 16
WANNA BE STARTIN’ SOMETHIN’ Michael Jackson 47
LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO MY SONG, MA The New Seekers 48 48 46 44
22″ Lily Allen 49
HOLIDAY Dizzee Rascal 50 40 30 41

BILLIE JEAN Michael Jackson 51
LEGACY Pet Shop Boys 52
NOTHING IS KEEPING YOU HERE A-Ha 53 39 27 19
GENTLE ON MY MIND Glen Campbell 54 58 61 62
MAKE IT TAKE IT Amanda Blank 55 55
GO WEST Pet Shop Boys 56 61
ONE MORE CHANCE Bloc Party 57
MORE THAN A DREAM Pet Shop Boys 58 62 63 66
WHERE DID ALL THE LOVE GO Kasabian 59
CALENDAR GIRL Neil Sedaka 60

PAPARAZZI Lady Gaga 61
IT’S A SIN Pet Shop Boys 62 65 66 68
HAPPY HOUSE The Juan McLean 63 63
SONG 2 Blur 64 64 64 60
LAST NIGHT IN SOHO Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 65 67 67 67
WEST END GIRLS Pet Shop Boys 66 71
BIRTHDAY SEX Jeremih 67 47 36 28
WARM HEART OF AFRICA The Very Best 68
OUTTA HERE Esmee Denters 69 69
NOBODY SAID IT WOULD BE EASY Cerys Matthews 70 36 24 17

WONDERWALL Oasis 71
SHARK IN THE WATER VV Brown 72
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Joe Cocker 73 73 68 64
SEXY CHICK David Guetta/ Akon 74 74
I KNOW YOU WANT ME (CALLE OCHO) Pitbull 75

13th Sept new entries

TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS The Beatles 1 2 3
SHE’S LEAVING HOME The Beatles 6 1 2
WE ARE GOLDEN Mika 7 7 7
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR The Beatles 15 9 1
SHE WOLF Shakira 28 14 9
RAIN The Beatles 38 29 23
SWEET DISPOSITION The Temper Trap 49 37 57
NORWEGIAN WOOD (THIS BIRD HAS FLOWN) The Beatles 50 25 20
LEFT MY HEART IN TOKYO Mini Viva 57 38 38
I NEED YOU The Beatles 59 13 10
RELATOR Pete Yorn/ Scarlett Johnasson 60 40 40
CHILLIN’ Wale/ Lady Gaga 68
HERE COMES THE SUN The Beatles 70 50 39
SAY IT Booty Luv 72
LUCKY Jason Mraz/ Colbe Caillot 75

20th Sept new entries

I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER The Beatles 47 32
TWIST AND SHOUT The Beatles 56 45
CANDY Paolo Nutini 57
OUT FROM UNDER Ali Campbell 58
TWO OF US The Beatles 60 48
NO REPLY The Beatles 65 58
MAMA DO Pixie Lott 70
ALL MY LOVING The Beatles 71 63
DEAR PRUDENCE The Beatles 72 70
VIVA LA VIDA Coldplay 73 73
SINGING THE BLUES Cliff Richard & The Shadows 74 74
BILLION DOLLAR BILL Whitney Houston 75 49

27th Sept new entries

GETTING UP WITH YOU The Yeah You’s 15
WALKING ON A DREAM Empire Of The Sun 46
HAPPY Leona Lewis 47
OH MY GOD Nerina Pallot 55
SUPERSTITION Stevie Wonder 65
BREAK YOUR HEART Taio Cruz 75

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October 2009

Paloma Faith grabs her first chart-topper with the wondrous epic ballad New York, somehow being strong enough to hold off a Beatles invasion, as their albums all chart again in the UK, giving me an excuse to cherry-pick one track from each that had never made my charts before. The Beatles album tracks, no exaggeration, could have been taken as singles (they weren’t) and each album mined for 1 or 2 years (as is the standard practice in 2014). Their 7-year 2-albums and 3-singles per year output could have easily been spread out over 20 years for other acts. Number One here? I Need You, a George Harrison track from Help!

Robbie also bangs back with another chart-topper, Bodies, his 11th solo number 1, plus 2 with Take That. The last spot of the month is taken by Broooce, and his classic 1975 Phil-Spector wall-of-sound epic Born To Run. First-time round it fell short of my top 10, criminally, so it was a justified number one 34 years on. Still, at least it made my charts, more than it did in the UK – the original version has still never made the UK top 75, though it came close to the then-50 chart in 1975, so probably would have had there been a 75 list then.

Other newer noteworthy tracks: Madonna’s back at 3 with Celebration, Cerys Matthews is solo fro Catatonia and hits 2 up Arlington Way, Mika has a couple of hits with We Are Golden and the mystifyingly minor hit Rain – not to be confused with also-charting Beatles B-side classic. Real Late Starter is at 6 for the equally mystifyingly fab minor singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot, and Shakira’s a She Wolf at 9. Chuck in Little Boots, Pixie Lott, the brilliant Empire State Of Mind, and it’s otherwise a fairly quiet, oldies-dominated month.

4th October chart

NEW YORK Paloma Faith 1 2 3 8
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR The Beatles 2 3 4 9
TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS The Beatles 3 7 11 21
ARLINGTON WAY Cerys Matthews 4 8 2 5
GETTING UP WITH YOU The Yeah You’s 5 5 9 16
CELEBRATION Madonna 6 9 5 3
WE ARE GOLDEN Mika 7 18 26 35
I NEED YOU The Beatles 8 1 7 15
SHE WOLF Shakira 9 16 19 19
SHE’S LEAVING HOME The Beatles 10 17 41 41

REMEDY Little Boots 11 13 21 33
BOYS AND GIRLS Pixie Lott 12 12 13 23
BODIES Robbie Williams 13 4 1 2
NORWEGIAN WOOD (THIS BIRD HAS FLOWN) The Beatles 14 11 10 4
REAL LATE STARTER Nerina Pallot 15 6 6 6
RELEASE ME Agnes 16 21 32 39
GARDEN PARTY John Fogerty/ Don Henley/ Timothy B Schmidt 17 10 8 7
RAIN The Beatles 18 15 12 12
NOTHING IS KEEPING YOU HERE A-Ha 19 25 44 63
HAPPY Leona Lewis 20 20 14 18

HEARTBREAK (MAKE ME A DANCER) Freemasons/ Sophie Ellis Bextor 21 26 37 48
AUDACITY OF HUGE Simian Mobile Disco 22 31 48
MILLION DOLLAR BILL Whitney Houston 23 19 17 13
WALKING ON A DREAM Empire Of The Sun 24 14 33 51
I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER The Beatles 25 22 22 20
RELATOR Pete Yorn/ Scarlett Johnasson 26 36 57
BORN TO RUN Bruce Springsteen 27 23 15 1
BIRTHDAY SEX Jeremih 28 28 23 44
EVACUATE THE DANCEFLOOR Cascada 29 34 51 57
I’LL GO CRAZY IF I DON’T GO CRAZY TONIGHT U2 30 65

FIRE BURNING Sean Kingston 31 42 42 56
THE CARNIVAL IS OVER The Seekers 32 58
LOVEGAME Lady Gaga 33 57
HERE COMES THE SUN The Beatles 34 30 25 25
WILD YOUNG HEARTS Noisettes 35 56 64 71
NEVER FORGET YOU Noisettes 36 43 63 69
BULLETPROOF La Roux 37 46
SUPERHUMAN TOUCH Athlete 38 47 30 38
TWIST AND SHOUT The Beatles 39 33 31 31
RAIN Mika 40 40 18 11

LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO MY SONG, MA The New Seekers 41 37 35 32
SUPERNOVA Mr Hudson/Kanye West 42 60
BEAUTIFUL NIGHT Beverley Knight 43 66
THE LEGEND OF XANADU Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 44 45 46 46
TWO OF US The Beatles 45 41 40 37
WHEN LOVES TAKES OVER David Guetta/ Kelly Rowland 46 69
SWEET DISPOSITION The Temper Trap 47 27 62
DON’T WANNA RUN NO MORE Vagabond 48 62 69
STILL SO FAR TO GO Chris Rea 49 49 36 30
NO REPLY The Beatles 50 44 43 43

I JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF Dusty Springfield 51 51 54 54
DON’T STOP TILL YOU GET ENOUGH Michael Jackson 52 52 53 53
MY SWEET LORD George Harrison 53 53 55 55
GET SHAKY The Ian Carey Project 54
SONG 2 Blur 55 55 52
FIGHT FOR THIS LOVE Cheryl Cole 56 39 39 36
ALL MY LOVING The Beatles 57 48 45 42
CONFUSION GIRL (SHAME SHAME SHAME) Frankmusic 58
LEFT MY HEART IN TOKYO Mini Viva 59 59
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Joe Cocker 60 54 50 45

READY FOR THE WEEKEND Calvin Harris 61
SUPERSTITION Stevie Wonder 62 61 60 52
GENTLE ON MY MIND Glen Campbell 63 64 65 68
HOLIDAY Dizzee Rascal 64
STRAWBERRY SWING Coldplay 65
DEAR PRUDENCE The Beatles 66 63 61 60
LAST NIGHT IN SOHO Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 67 67 67 67
MORE THAN A DREAM Pet Shop Boys 68
FALLING FOR YOU Colbe Caillot 69 28 17
BREAK YOUR HEART Taio Cruz 70 50

IT’S A SIN Pet Shop Boys 71 71 72 72
KISS OF LIFE Friendly Fires 72 59 58
BAD BOYS Alexandra Burke 73 73 73 66
SECOND TIME AROUND Nell Bryden 74
KISS FROM A ROSE Seal 75


11th October new entries

EMPIRE STATE OF MIND Jay-Z/ Alicia Keys 24 16 10
GHOSTS AND STUFF Deadmau5/ Rob Swire 29 29 26
SOS (LET THE MUSIC PLAY) Jordin Sparks 32 24 24
ONCE MORE Spandau Ballet 35 20 14
DRUMMING SONG Florence & The Machine 38 70
I’M NOT YOUR TOY La Roux 68 58 64
DIRTEE CASH Dizzee Rascal 70 68 65
RUN THIS TOWN Jay-Z/ Rihanna/ Kanye West 72
WHAT ABOUT NOW Daughtry 74 74 70
I’M ALL OVER IT Jamie Cullum 75 27 27

18th October new entries

SAY IT Booty Luv 34 34
PENCIL FULL OF LEAD Paulo Nutini 38 28
MY MAN Jade Ewan 47 47
ABOUT A GIRL Sugababes 49 49
SEXY CHICK David Guetta/ Akon 56 61
CHILLIN’ Wale/ Lady Gaga 66
WHITE LIES Mr Hudson 71 59
WHEELS Foo Fighters 75 62

25th October new entries

WATCH THE SUN COME UP Example 22
IN HER SHOES Beverley Knight 29
HAVEN’T MET YOU YET Michael Buble 40
WILD HORSES Susan Boyle 50
NO REGRETS Robbie Williams 73
FOREVER IS OVER The Saturdays 74
PAPILLON The Editors 75

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November 2009

In which yet more Beatles album tracks turnover on top, starting with the eastern-flavoured gentle John Lennon Norwegian Wood, as good as any of their singles. Fab! The experimental Rain, B-side to 1966 Paperback Writer, should have been a double A Side, cos it’s awesome, grabbing a week on top before being kicked off by Rain, Mika’s only number one, and the only occasion when 2 identically-titled songs hit the top consecutively. Hah! Mika’s followed by Pixie Lott, and her only chart-topper, the sweet Cry Me Out. Both have had UK number one’s as well, but not with these lesser-known/obscure tracks. I like to be different sometimes! Finally, it’s Twist And Shout, The Beatles stunning version of Twist And Shout, where John shouts himself hoarse. Huge in the States, this one was also huge in the UK – but not in the singles charts. It was an EP and they didn’t qualify in those days, but it was HUGE, trust me, I was there (age 5 or 6). It charted once available on download. Hooray!!!

Other biggies: Colbe Caillot’s Falling For You, Example’s watching The Sun Come Up at 3, Cheryl’s Fight For This Love at 7, Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’ at 9, Susan Boyle’s Rolling Stones cover Wild Horses at 4, Lady Gaga at 8 (Bad Romance), Pet Shop Boys at 2 with a remixed All Over The World, Norah Jones, Westlife, Chase & Status, and a bunch of oldies.

1st November chart

NORWEGIAN WOOD (THIS BIRD HAS FLOWN) The Beatles 1 6 13 31 42
BORN TO RUN Bruce Springsteen 2 2 7 12 22
BODIES Robbie Williams 3 4 12 19 31
REAL LATE STARTER Nerina Pallot 4 3 11 13 25
CELEBRATION Madonna 5 9 16 32 48
GARDEN PARTY John Fogerty/ Don Henley/ Timothy B Schmidt 6 11 24 37 44
RAIN Mika 7 7 1 4 4
FALLING FOR YOU Colbe Caillot 8 8 8 16 30
MILLION DOLLAR BILL Whitney Houston 9 16 29 43 51
RAIN The Beatles 10 1 9 44

GETTING UP WITH YOU The Yeah You’s 11 12 23 47
WATCH THE SUN COME UP Example 12 5 3 6 11
ARLINGTON WAY Cerys Matthews 13 26 48 48 66
MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR The Beatles 14 21 21 21 21
NEW YORK Paloma Faith 15 18 27 36 40
EMPIRE STATE OF MIND Jay-Z/ Alicia Keys 16 17 28 28 28
GHOSTS AND STUFF Deadmau5/ Rob Swire 17 19 38
I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER The Beatles 18 13 2 11 13
IN HER SHOES Beverley Knight 19 14 14 14 24
FIGHT FOR THIS LOVE Cheryl Cole 20 15 10 7 20

HERE COMES THE SUN The Beatles 21 20 17 3 6
SHE WOLF Shakira 22 22 36 49 62
BOYS AND GIRLS Pixie Lott 23 34 52 60 64
I NEED YOU The Beatles 24 32 43 51 55
YOU KNOW ME Robbie Williams 25 25 19 15 15
ONCE MORE Spandau Ballet 26 38
COME SO FAR YET STILL SO FAR TO GO Chris Rea 27 31 55
LOOK WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO MY SONG, MA The New Seekers 28 23 5 57
TWIST AND SHOUT The Beatles 29 24 22 18 1
THIS IS IT Michael Jackson 30 30 59

TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS The Beatles 31 41 41 41 41
I’M ALL OVER IT Jamie Cullum 32 52
HAPPY Leona Lewis 33 33 32 33 37
TWO OF US The Beatles 34 29 26 22 19
WE ARE GOLDEN Mika 35 40
REMEDY Little Boots 36 45
PENCIL FULL OF LEAD Paulo Nutini 37 37 44 56
BIRTHDAY SEX Jeremih 38 51 60
DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’ Journey 39 27 15 9 12
KISS OF LIFE Friendly Fires 40 61

SHE’S LEAVING HOME The Beatles 41 43 45 46 46
ALL MY LOVING The Beatles 42 39 35 29 26
NO REPLY The Beatles 43 42 40 38 35
SOS (LET THE MUSIC PLAY) Jordin Sparks 44
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Joe Cocker 45 44 42 39 33
HAVEN’T MET YOU YET Michael Buble 46
THE LEGEND OF XANADU Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 47 48 51 53 54
SUPERHUMAN TOUCH Athlete 48 53
ABOUT A GIRL Sugababes 49 63
WILD HORSES Susan Boyle 50 10 4 5 5

RELEASE ME Agnes 51 54
SUPERSTITION Stevie Wonder 52 47 47 45 39
FOREVER IS OVER The Saturdays 53 35 62
I JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH MYSELF Dusty Springfield 54 55 56 61 61
DON’T STOP TILL YOU GET ENOUGH Michael Jackson 55 71
HEARTBREAK (MAKE ME A DANCER) Freemasons/ Sophie Ellis Bextor 56 65
SHADOWSIDE A-ha 57 57 67 58
MY SWEET LORD George Harrison 58 60 61 65 67
DEAR PRUDENCE The Beatles 59 56 54 54 49
NICE MEN Dame Shirley Bassey 60 58

FIRE BURNING Sean Kingston 61
WHEELS Foo Fighters 62 59
SAY IT Booty Luv 63
I’M NOT YOUR TOY La Roux 64
WHAT ABOUT NOW Daughtry 65 62
BAD BOYS Alexandra Burke/ Flo-Rida 66 64
WE WEREN’T BORN TO FOLLOW Bon Jovi 67 28 18 23 38
LAST NIGHT IN SOHO Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich 68 68 69 70 71
NO REGRETS Robbie Williams 69 66 63 63 63
SEXY CHICK David Guetta/ Akon 70

GENTLE ON MY MIND Glen Campbell 71
MY MAN Jade Ewan 72
IT’S A SIN Pet Shop Boys 73
DOMINOES The Big Pink 74 70
BAD ROMANCE Lady Gaga 75 73 25 8 8

8th November new entries

CRY ME A RIVER Michael Buble 36 46
MONSTER MASH Bobby Boris Pickett & The Crypt Kickers 46
MEET ME HALFWAY Black Eyed Peas 49 20 20 27
INNOCENT Stereophonics 50 30 26 45
CRY ME OUT Pixie Lott 67 31 1 3
YOU GOT THE LOVE Florence & The Machine 69
AT LAST Etta James 72 64 58 43
I GOT SOUL Young Soul Rebels 74 69
QUICKSAND La Roux 75 50 50 56

15th November new entries

ALL OVER THE WORLD (REMIX) Pet Shop Boys 6 2 2
ANYWAY Duck Sauce 33
MAYBE Ingrid Michaelson 34 27 36
EVERYBODY IN LOVE JLS 37 25 23
CHASING PIRATES Norah Jones 39 10 9
TIK TOK Kesha 49 35 17
GOOD GIRLS GO BAD Cobra Starship 53 34 34
WHAT ABOUT NOW Westlife 57 18 10
3 WORDS Cheryl Cole/ will.i.am 58 42 18
FLASHBACK Calvin Harris 65 40 47
JUST SAY YES Snow Patrol 66 66
GO YOUR OWN WAY Fleetwood Mac 67 64 53
UNDERDOG Kasabian 68 59
DOWN Jay Sean/ L’il Wayne 70 30 14
BLACK SWAN SONG Athlete 71
LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER Bon Jovi 72
U SHOULD HAVE KNOWN Laura White 73 52 52
UNDISCLOSED DESIRES Muse 74 68 65
EARTHQUAKE Little Boots 75 75

22nd November new entries

I NEED YOU NOW Agnes 24 16
END CREDITS Chase & Status/ Plan B 55 7
PARTY IN THE USA Miley Cyrus 62 50
GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU The Bee Gees 71 59
OPEN UP YOUR DOOR Richard Hawley 72
3″ Britney Spears 73 72
HOPES & FEARS Will Young 74

29th November new entries

THE OFFICIAL BBC CHILDREN IN NEED MEDLEY Peter Kay’s All Star Band 29
SWEET CHILD O’ MINE Taken By Trees 32
I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS Mariah Carey 57
FIREFLIES Owl City 60
YOU’RE NOT ALONE Tinchy Stryder 68
SEA OF HEARTBREAK Roseanne Cash/Bruce Springsteen 69
IT’S THE SAME OLD SONG Rod Stewart 70
ONE LOVE David Guetta/ Estelle 73
DID IT AGAIN Shakira 74
MOON RIVER Andy Williams 75

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2 thoughts on “My 2009 Charts – Sept to Dec

  1. Hi, John!
    New York by Paloma Faith is absolutely deserved Chart topper. October 2009 was the time I have started to make my Personal charts. First months my entries were quite sporadic fully depending on tracklisting of several BBC 6 Music radio shows. So I missed lot of excellent tracks then. And this Paloma’s song was one of them. Should have been my No.1.

    • Cheers Andre, yes New York is an epic track from a great album. Paloma has sort of downplayed it recently, but it’s still her best album, it’s a complete satisfying whole, as well as great tracks individually out of context!

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