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Seles_Beckham
Dec 31st, 2004, 06:59 PM
UK TOP 100 official year end charts


1. Band Aid 20 - 'Do They Know It's Christmas'
2. Eamon - 'F**K It (I Don't Want You Back)'
3. DJ Casper - 'Cha Cha Slide'
4. Eric Prydz - 'Call On Me'
5. Usher Ft Lil' Jon & Ludacris - 'Yeah'
6. Michelle - 'All This Time'
7. Anastacia - 'Left Outside Alone'
8. Peter Andre - 'Mysterious Girl'
9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'
10. Frankee - 'F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)'

11. Mario Winans Ft Enya & P Diddy - 'I Don't Wanna Know'
12. 3 Of A Kind - 'Baby Cakes'
13. Kelis - 'Milkshake'
14. Lmc Vs U2 - 'Take Me To The Clouds Above'
15. Destiny's Child - 'Lose My Breath'
16. D12 - 'My Band'
17. Natasha Bedingfield - 'These Words'
18. Britney Spears - 'Everytime'
19. Busted - 'Thunderbirds/3am'
20. Streets - 'Dry Your Eyes'

21. Shapeshifters - 'Lola's Theme'
22. Rasmus - 'In The Shadows'
23. Jamelia - 'Thank You'
24. Eminem - 'Just Lose It'
25. Outkast - 'Hey Ya'
26. Nelly - 'My Place/Flap Your Wings'
27. Usher - 'Burn'
28. O-Zone - 'Dragostea Din Tei'
29. Michael Andrews Ft Gary Jules - 'Mad World'
30. Boogie Pimps - 'Somebody To Love'

31. McFly - '5 Colours In Her Hair'
32. Kelis - 'Trick Me'
33. Girls Aloud - 'I'll Stand By You'
34. Ozzy & Kelly Osbourne - 'Changes'
35. JoJo - 'Leave (Get Out)'
36. Christina Milian - 'Dip It Low'
37. Cassidy Ft R Kelly - 'Hotel'
38. Maroon 5 - 'This Love'
39. Steve Brookstein - 'Against All Odds'

40. Rachel Stevens - 'Some Girls'
41. Khia - 'My Neck My Back (Lick It)'
42. McFly - 'Obviously'
43. Lemar - 'If There's Any Justice'
44. George Michael - 'Amazing'
45. U2 - 'Vertigo'
46. Blue - 'Breathe Easy'
47. Twista - 'Slow Jamz'
48. Sean Paul Ft Sasha - 'I'm Still In Love With You'
49. Girls Aloud - 'Love Machine'

50. Sam & Mark - 'With A Little Help From My Friends'
51. N*E*R*D - 'She Wants To Move'
52. Brian McFadden - 'Real To Me'
53. Christina Aguilera Ft Missy - 'Car Wash'
54. Kylie Minogue - 'Red Blooded Woman'
55. Maroon 5 - 'She Will Be Loved'
56. Twista - 'Sunshine'
57. J-Kwon - 'Tipsy'
58. Usher - 'Confessions Part Ii/My Boo'
59. 2play Ft Raghav & Jucxi - 'So Confused'

60. Robbie Williams - 'Radio'
61. 411 - 'Dumb'
62. Special D - 'Come With Me'
63. Will Young - 'Your Game'
64. Jennifer Lopez - 'Baby I Love U'
65. 411 Ft Ghostface Killah - 'On My Knees'
66. Deep Dish - 'Flashdance'
67. Streets - 'Fit But You Know It'
68. Enrique Ft Kelis - 'Not In Love'
69. Britney Spears - 'My Prerogative'

70. Will Young - 'Leave Right Now'
71. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Single'
72. Gwen Stefani - 'What You Waiting For'
73. Kylie Minogue - 'I Believe In You'
74. Beenie Man Ft Ms Thing - 'Dude'
75. Busted - 'Who's David'
76. Girls Aloud - 'The Show'
77. Katie Melua - 'The Closest Thing To Crazy'
78. Ronan Keating - 'She Believes (In Me)'
79. Black Eyed Peas - 'Hey Mama'

80. Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know'
81. 4-4-2 Ft Talk Sport Presenters - 'Come On England'
82. Westlife - 'Obvious'
83. Nina Sky - 'Move Ya Body'
84. McFly - 'That Girl'
85. Goldie Lookin Chain - 'Guns Don't Kill People Rappers Do'
86. Black Eyed Peas - 'Shut Up'
87. Victoria Beckham - 'This Groove/Let Your Head Go'
88. Kelis Ft Andre 3000 - 'Millionaire'
89. Ja Rule Ft R Kelly & Ashanti - 'Wonderful'

90. Outkast Ft Sleepy Brown - 'The Way You Move'
91. Franz Ferdinand - 'Take Me Out'
92. Duncan James & Keedie - 'I Believe My Heart'
93. Anastacia - 'Sick And Tired'
94. Green Day - 'American Idiot'
95. Darkness - 'Love Is Only A Feeling'
96. Ice Cube Ft Mack 10 & Ms Toi - 'You Can Do It'
97. D12 - 'How Come'
98. Busted - 'Air Hostess'
99. Jamelia - 'See It In A Boy's Eyes'
100. Jay Sean Ft Rishi Rich Project - 'Eyes On You'

Seles_Beckham
Dec 31st, 2004, 07:02 PM
Victoria Beckham is the only Spice girls to be in top 100 of the year. She sold more than 67 000 copies of her single. She did great.:worship: :hearts: :worship: :hearts:

strike86
Dec 31st, 2004, 07:28 PM
What a awful chart shows how crap most British music is today. I can't stand Victoria Beckham.

selking
Dec 31st, 2004, 08:26 PM
1,2,3,4,6,8,10

Never heard of any of those people

BritneySpearsIsHot
Dec 31st, 2004, 08:36 PM
9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'

18. Britney Spears - 'Everytime'

69. Britney Spears - 'My Prerogative'


:worship: :bowdown:

Britney in the 69 position :scratch:

jrm
Dec 31st, 2004, 09:34 PM
Toxic in Top 10????????

Hayato
Dec 31st, 2004, 09:41 PM
*sigh*

No Ian Van Dahl, Sash or Tina Cousins :sad:

SK Fluffy
Dec 31st, 2004, 09:42 PM
Pffft. Peter Andre in top tne :rolleyes:

:Rawwb:
Dec 31st, 2004, 09:44 PM
:fiery: Shows what a diar situation british music is in :banghead:

SK Fluffy
Dec 31st, 2004, 09:45 PM
I know, there were not many 'great' songs this year :(

flyingmachine
Dec 31st, 2004, 11:35 PM
:fiery: Shows what a diar situation british music is in :banghead:
The UK charts :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o

flyingmachine
Dec 31st, 2004, 11:36 PM
1,2,3,4,6,8,10

Never heard of any of those people
I think is much better not to heard about them because most of them are :retard:.

Farina Elia Fan
Dec 31st, 2004, 11:40 PM
I actually like song 2,6,7,8,12,17,20,27,33,34,38,42,56,70,72,87,98 :) :) :)

Harju.
Jan 1st, 2005, 11:26 AM
:worship: :bowdown:

Britney in the 69 position :scratch:
3 Britney's single. Where's Me Against The Music? :o

Viva.

geegables
Jan 1st, 2005, 11:32 AM
it's a shame frankee did so good after ripping off another song and changing its words. it was bad enough having to listen to the tune of both songs for almost 4 months straight

Mike
Jan 1st, 2005, 11:41 AM
Well the top ten doesnt surprise me, considering who these singles are targetted at, little kids who save up their pocket money

I hope the album chart is better!

Princess Fiona
Jan 1st, 2005, 12:54 PM
it's a shame frankee did so good after ripping off another song and changing its words. it was bad enough having to listen to the tune of both songs for almost 4 months straight
I hate the Eamon/Frankee songs (okay, not 'hate', dislike very intensely indeed!! :eek: ;) ) but I can see why Frankee came out with her 'reply' song... Not that I have really heard the song (I start 'zapping'!! The remote control just motors into action.. *sigh* ;) ) but I can see if she wanted to put the 'other' side of the story across...

Anyway, maybe I don't really know enough about this to comment... :o *shutting up* ;)

Nice that Victoria did well, Seles_Beckham. :)

Fantastic
Jan 1st, 2005, 02:23 PM
Which one is the Idol single? Is it Michelle 'All This Time'?

spartanfan
Jan 1st, 2005, 02:25 PM
What I want to know is why you Brits haven't been subject to the torture sounds of Clay Aikens. Embrace him for he is here to stay, give in you just can't win!!!!! Clay will rule the world in 2005!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fantastic
Jan 1st, 2005, 02:29 PM
While the Band Aid single was for a noble cause (and I applaud Bob Geldof for his attempt), I find the concept wreaking of pretentiousness and for the purpose of good celebrity popstar PR moreso than actually caring about the starving, dying and underprivileged. I mean, when it was announced that there was going to be a second Band Aid single, more people discussed and pondered who was going to be contributing to the vocals more than the actual cause it was representing. The single itself sounds like shite, as most charity singles are.

raquel
Jan 1st, 2005, 03:38 PM
:fiery: Shows what a diar situation british music is in :banghead:
I think British music is having a really good period actually. You can't judge the British music scene on the singles charts these days - singles sales are falling and are lower than ever and the singles chart is not really a measure of British music anymore.

However the album charts are great and people are buying more albums than ever. Look at the great variety of UK acts who had quality, big selling (and some not quite so big selling) albums this year - Keane, The Streets, Franz Ferdinand, Joss Stone, Will Young, Robbie Williams, Girls Aloud, Estelle, Beverley Knight, Dido, Natasha Bedingfield, Morrissey, Embrace, The Libertines, Dizzee Rascal, Razorlight, Katie Melua, Amy Winehouse, McFly, Snow Patrol. There's something for every taste there and that's just some of the better known British albums. The other big selling albums in the UK this year by international acts like Scissor Sisters, Usher, Britney Spears, Eminem, Anastacia, Norah Jones, Maroon 5, Kylie, Destiny's Child, The Killers and U2 also show that people are buying lots of different types of music. I think the American charts are very much rap/hip-hop dominated these days whereas here all sorts of music sells big and it's exciting and interesting.

raquel
Jan 1st, 2005, 03:43 PM
While the Band Aid single was for a noble cause (and I applaud Bob Geldof for his attempt), I find the concept wreaking of pretentiousness and for the purpose of good celebrity popstar PR moreso than actually caring about the starving, dying and underprivileged. I mean, when it was announced that there was going to be a second Band Aid single, more people discussed and pondered who was going to be contributing to the vocals more than the actual cause it was representing. The single itself sounds like shite, as most charity singles are.
The single is nowhere near as good as the original, in fact it's a bit of a mess, but it is the biggest selling song of the year. Even if it was more about publicity than the cause, at the end of the day it still literally raised millions of pounds and saved lives and I don't think we can get too cynical about that.

Farina Elia Fan
Jan 1st, 2005, 04:23 PM
Which one is the Idol single? Is it Michelle 'All This Time'?


yes it is :)

~Cherry*Blossom~
Jan 1st, 2005, 06:19 PM
Victoria Beckham is the only Spice girls to be in top 100 of the year. She sold more than 67 000 copies of her single. She did great.:worship: :hearts: :worship: :hearts:


ONG, how embarrassing that Victoria made it past Top 200 let alone gettin in the Top 100 :eek: :o

Anyways, the UK charts are crap, mobile ringtones are out selling UK singles. :lol:

Emola
Jan 1st, 2005, 06:25 PM
I think I hate that Eamonn song more than any....ever.

McFly, one of my mates saw one of them in a club in town :lol:

jimbo mack
Jan 1st, 2005, 06:30 PM
']3 Britney's single. Where's Me Against The Music? :o


'me against the music' was released in 2003, not 2004

Princess Fiona
Jan 2nd, 2005, 12:47 PM
What I want to know is why you Brits haven't been subject to the torture sounds of Clay Aikens. Embrace him for he is here to stay, give in you just can't win!!!!! Clay will rule the world in 2005!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Clay!! *swoooooon* ;) How I loved this man on "American Idol"... *siiiiiigh* ;)

Is he still popular in the USA? ('Torture sounds'? Excuuuuuuse me? *hands on hips* ;) ) I wonder if we are going to have Clay (and Ruuuuben ;) and Fantasia and Diana etc... :) ) in this country...

spyro
Jan 2nd, 2005, 01:02 PM
the only song that i know between 1-8 is Usher, i like this song .... but Britney Spears - 'Toxic' at #9 ... I just can't believe it :scared:

greenfunkTHREE.
Jan 2nd, 2005, 01:40 PM
eamon no.2??? woahh~

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 02:01 PM
some good stuff and some really terrible stuff in there too :lol: can't see singles lasting much longer though :sad:

Fantastic
Jan 2nd, 2005, 02:33 PM
Haddaway's "What Is Love" was the Highest Selling Song in the UK in 1993. It beat Meatloaf's "I'd Do Anything For Love," and Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." So yikes to that for beating two of the biggest international hits of 1993. :eek: ;)

Fantastic
Jan 2nd, 2005, 02:41 PM
Songs I like (not necessarily the artist):

4. Eric Prydz - 'Call On Me'
8. Peter Andre - 'Mysterious Girl'
9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'
13. Kelis - 'Milkshake'
15. Destiny's Child - 'Lose My Breath'
17. Natasha Bedingfield - 'These Words'
18. Britney Spears - 'Everytime'
24. Eminem - 'Just Lose It'
25. Outkast - 'Hey Ya'
30. Boogie Pimps - 'Somebody To Love'
53. Christina Aguilera Ft Missy - 'Car Wash'
55. Maroon 5 - 'She Will Be Loved'
68. Enrique Ft Kelis - 'Not In Love'
77. Katie Melua - 'The Closest Thing To Crazy'
79. Black Eyed Peas - 'Hey Mama'
80. Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know'

shirley
Jan 2nd, 2005, 06:56 PM
album chart is better

Beat
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:03 PM
Victoria Beckham is the only Spice girls to be in top 100 of the year. She sold more than 67 000 copies of her single. She did great.:worship: :hearts: :worship: :hearts:
says more about the state of uk singles charts than victoria's success that a measly 67 000 copies are enought to reach the year end top 100.

can someone post the album charts? :)

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:05 PM
these are my favourites out of the list. not in that order of course :lol: 43/100, not bad really... :)

9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'
11. Mario Winans Ft Enya & P Diddy - 'I Don't Wanna Know'
13. Kelis - 'Milkshake'
15. Destiny's Child - 'Lose My Breath'
16. D12 - 'My Band'
17. Natasha Bedingfield - 'These Words'
20. Streets - 'Dry Your Eyes'
21. Shapeshifters - 'Lola's Theme'
23. Jamelia - 'Thank You'
24. Eminem - 'Just Lose It'
25. Outkast - 'Hey Ya'
26. Nelly - 'Flap Your Wings'
29. Michael Andrews Ft Gary Jules - 'Mad World'
30. Boogie Pimps - 'Somebody To Love'
32. Kelis - 'Trick Me' '
42. McFly - 'Obviously'
43. Lemar - 'If There's Any Justice'
45. U2 - 'Vertigo'
49. Girls Aloud - 'Love Machine'
51. N*E*R*D - 'She Wants To Move'
54. Kylie Minogue - 'Red Blooded Woman'
60. Robbie Williams - 'Radio'
61. 411 - 'Dumb'
63. Will Young - 'Your Game'
65. 411 Ft Ghostface Killah - 'On My Knees'
66. Deep Dish - 'Flashdance'
67. Streets - 'Fit But You Know It'
70. Will Young - 'Leave Right Now'
71. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Single'
72. Gwen Stefani - 'What You Waiting For'
73. Kylie Minogue - 'I Believe In You'
76. Girls Aloud - 'The Show'
79. Black Eyed Peas - 'Hey Mama'
80. Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know'
85. Goldie Lookin Chain - 'Guns Don't Kill People Rappers Do'
86. Black Eyed Peas - 'Shut Up'
88. Kelis Ft Andre 3000 - 'Millionaire'
90. Outkast Ft Sleepy Brown - 'The Way You Move'
91. Franz Ferdinand - 'Take Me Out'
94. Green Day - 'American Idiot'
96. Ice Cube Ft Mack 10 & Ms Toi - 'You Can Do It'
97. D12 - 'How Come'
99. Jamelia - 'See It In A Boy's Eyes'

shirley
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:30 PM
Album Charts

1. Keane - 'Hopes And Fears'
2. Scissor Sisters - 'Scissor Sisters'
3. Robbie Williams - 'Greatest Hits'
4. Maroon 5 - 'Songs About Jane'
5. Katie Melua - 'Call Off The Search'
6. Anastacia - 'Anastacia'
7. Usher - 'Confessions'
8. Norah Jones - 'Feels Like Home'
9. Snow Patrol - 'Final Straw'
10. Il Divo - 'Il Divo'

11. Guns N' Roses - 'Greatest Hits'
12. Streets - 'A Grand Don't Come For Free'
13. Ronan Keating - '10 Years Of Hits'
14. U2 - 'How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb'
15. Joss Stone - 'The Soul Sessions'
16. Eminem - 'Encore'
17. Franz Ferdinand - 'Franz Ferdinand'
18. Green Day - 'American Idiot'
19. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Unwritten'
20. George Michael - 'Patience'

21. Will Young - 'Friday's Child'
22. Black Eyed Peas - 'Elephunk'
23. Westlife - 'Allow Us To Be Frank'
24. Jamie Cullum - 'Twentysomething'
25. Kylie Minogue - 'Ultimate Kylie'
26. Outkast - 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below'
27. Britney Spears - 'Greatest Hits - My Prerogative'
28. Shania Twain - 'Greatest Hits'
29. McFly - 'Room On The 3rd Floor'
30. Dido - 'Life For Rent'

31. Avril Lavigne - 'Under My Skin'
32. Damien Rice - 'O'
33. Joss Stone - 'Mind Body & Soul'
34. Kanye West - 'The College Dropout'
35. Leann Rimes - 'The Best Of'
36. Jamelia - 'Thank You'
37. No Doubt - 'The Singles 1992-2003'
38. Destiny's Child - 'Destiny Fulfilled'
39. Phil Collins - 'Love Songs'
40. Blue - 'Best Of'

41. Rod Stewart - 'Stardust - The Great American - Vol III'
42. Busted, - 'Live - A Ticket For Everyone'
43. Razorlight - 'Up All Night'
44. Abba - 'Gold - Greatest Hits'
45. Killers - 'Hot Fuss'
46. Girls Aloud - 'What Will The Neighbours Say'
47. Britney Spears - 'In The Zone'
48. Travis - 'Singles'
49. Zutons - 'Who Killed The Zutons'
50. Norah Jones - 'Come Away With Me'

51. Embrace - 'Out Of Nothing'
52. Lemar - 'Time To Grow'
53. Kelis - 'Tasty'
54. Mario Winans - 'Hurt No More'
55. Tina Turner - 'All The Best'
56. Darkness - 'Permission To Land'
57. Red Hot Chili Pepper - 'Greatest Hits'
58. Evanescence - 'Fallen'
59. Michael Jackson - 'Number Ones'
60. Busted - 'A Present For Everyone'

61. Morrissey - 'You Are The Quarry'
62. D12 - 'D12 World'
63. Lostprophets - 'Start Something'
64. Jet - 'Get Born'
65. Christina Aguilera - 'Stripped'
66. Rasmus - 'Dead Letters'
67. Bee Gees - 'Number Ones'
68. Red Hot Chili Peppers - 'Live In Hyde Park'
69. Alicia Keys - 'The Diary Of'
70. Engelbert Humperdinck - 'His Greatest Love Songs'

71. Wet Wet Wet - 'The Greatest Hits'
72. Sugababes - 'Three'
73. Katherine Jenkins - 'Second Nature'
74. Duran Duran - 'Greatest'
75. Phil Collins - 'The Platinum Collection'
76. Libertines - 'The Libertines'
77. N*E*R*D - 'Fly Or Die'
78. Tom Jones & Jools Holland - 'Tom Jones & Jools Holland'
79. Queen - 'Greatest Hits I, II & III'
80. Kasabian - 'Kasabian'

81. REM - 'In Time - The Best Of - 1988-2003'
82. Coldplay - 'A Rush Of Blood To The Head'
83. REM - 'Around The Sun'
84. Muse - 'Absolution'
85. Blink 182 - 'Blink 182'
86. Corrs - 'Borrowed Heaven'
87. Zero 7 - 'When It Falls'
88. Barry Manilow - 'Ultimate Manilow'
89. Gwen Stefani - 'Love Angel Music Baby'
90. Daniel O'Donnell - 'The Jukebox Years'

91. Genesis - 'Platinum Collection'
92. JoJo - 'JoJo'
93. Kings Of Leon - 'Aha Shake Heartbreak'
94. Paul Weller - 'Studio 150'
95. Rod Stewart - 'The Story So Far - The Very Best Of'
96. Beyonce - 'Dangerously In Love'
97. Tears For Fears - 'Tears Roll Down - Greatest Hits 82-92'
98. Faithless - 'No Roots'
99. 50 Cent - 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin''
100. Lemar - 'Dedicated'

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:32 PM
']3 Britney's single. Where's Me Against The Music? :o

Viva.
It was released November 2003, that's why it didn't sell many in 2004 :p

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:35 PM
However the album charts are great and people are buying more albums than ever. Look at the great variety of UK acts who had quality, big selling (and some not quite so big selling) albums this year - Keane, The Streets, Franz Ferdinand, Joss Stone, Will Young, Robbie Williams, Girls Aloud, Estelle, Beverley Knight, Dido, Natasha Bedingfield, Morrissey, Embrace, The Libertines, Dizzee Rascal, Razorlight, Katie Melua, Amy Winehouse, McFly, Snow Patrol. There's something for every taste there and that's just some of the better known British albums. The other big selling albums in the UK this year by international acts like Scissor Sisters, Usher, Britney Spears, Eminem, Anastacia, Norah Jones, Maroon 5, Kylie, Destiny's Child, The Killers and U2 also show that people are buying lots of different types of music. I think the American charts are very much rap/hip-hop dominated these days whereas here all sorts of music sells big and it's exciting and interesting.
I would agree that music in Britain is such a wide range of different styles.

The US charts have the same kinda music all the time and that would bore me.

Their is room for all music and Britain proves that

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:37 PM
some good stuff and some really terrible stuff in there too :lol: can't see singles lasting much longer though :sad:
Singles will always be around, but the charts may combine actual sales with paid downloads eventually

Singles are a very tiny percentage of a music "star's" income anyway

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:39 PM
Singles will always be around, but the charts may combine actual sales with paid downloads eventually
:yeah: i think that's the way forward. are the download and the singles charts radically different from each other?

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:41 PM
Singles I Like From Top 100 in 2004




5. Usher Ft Lil' Jon & Ludacris - 'Yeah'
7. Anastacia - 'Left Outside Alone'
9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'
17. Natasha Bedingfield - 'These Words'
18. Britney Spears - 'Everytime'
69. Britney Spears - 'My Prerogative'
71. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Single'
80. Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know'


Just 8! And 3 are Britney!

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:43 PM
And Albums

1. Keane - 'Hopes And Fears'


19. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Unwritten'

25. Kylie Minogue - 'Ultimate Kylie'

27. Britney Spears - 'Greatest Hits - My Prerogative'

35. Leann Rimes - 'The Best Of'

47. Britney Spears - 'In The Zone'


Shocking lack of quality and no Def Leppard in Top 100

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:45 PM
:yeah: i think that's the way forward. are the download and the singles charts radically different from each other?
I'm not sure it is overly different to be honest........i don't really check the download charts.

The way to keep the singles alive is by reducing them...........3.99 is ridiculous

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:47 PM
I'm not sure it is overly different to be honest........i don't really check the download charts.

The way to keep the singles alive is by reducing them...........3.99 is ridiculous
:lol: i don't check either of them. was just curious if the d/l chart was different :)

yeah 3.99 is ridiculous :mad: i hardly bought any singles in '04.

BritneySpearsIsHot
Jan 2nd, 2005, 07:51 PM
:lol: i don't check either of them. was just curious if the d/l chart was different :)

yeah 3.99 is ridiculous :mad: i hardly bought any singles in '04.
I used to listen to Radio 1's top 40 every Sunday until about 3 years ago, but then i just stopped :confused: I now check Radio 1 website for the charts, the UK Charts thread in chat threads and >>> http://allcharts.org/music/czechia/singles.htm <<< for various charts around the world, singles and albums.

Usually on first release they are cheaper........i bought very few singles in 04' - Delta single and all Britney's - admittedly each one about 10 times but that's not the point.

raquel
Jan 2nd, 2005, 09:04 PM
these are my favourites out of the list. not in that order of course :lol: 43/100, not bad really... :)

<snip Avid's bad taste>

No 'Call On Me'? Come on Avid - when it comes to the recent craze of reworking 80s cheese into dance hits, 'Call On' Me' is pretty damn great.

Actually your list was pretty good ;) (well apart from 'Deep Dish - Flashdance' :o A bad example of the 1980s cheese=2004 dance hit. And Eminem. And 'Mad World'. Boogie Pimps? No 'Dip It Low'? Dang, Avid! :tape: I take my good taste remark back :p)

Here's mine (only 30) -


4. Eric Prydz - 'Call On Me'
5. Usher Ft Lil' Jon & Ludacris - 'Yeah'
7. Anastacia - 'Left Outside Alone' :)
9. Britney Spears - 'Toxic'
13. Kelis - 'Milkshake' :worship:
15. Destiny's Child - 'Lose My Breath'
16. D12 - 'My Band'
17. Natasha Bedingfield - 'These Words'
20. Streets - 'Dry Your Eyes' :hearts:
21. Shapeshifters - 'Lola's Theme'
25. Outkast - 'Hey Ya'
26. Nelly - 'My Place
32. Kelis - 'Trick Me'
36. Christina Milian - 'Dip It Low' :cool:
40. Rachel Stevens - 'Some Girls'
43. Lemar - 'If There's Any Justice' :hearts:
47. Twista - 'Slow Jamz'
49. Girls Aloud - 'Love Machine' :cool:
51. N*E*R*D - 'She Wants To Move'
55. Maroon 5 - 'She Will Be Loved'
65. 411 Ft Ghostface Killah - 'On My Knees'
67. Streets - 'Fit But You Know It'
68. Enrique Ft Kelis - 'Not In Love' - This song is great! (surprisingly)
70. Will Young - 'Leave Right Now' :)
73. Kylie Minogue - 'I Believe In You'
76. Girls Aloud - 'The Show'
79. Black Eyed Peas - 'Hey Mama'
80. Keane - 'Somewhere Only We Know'
88. Kelis Ft Andre 3000 - 'Millionaire'
91. Franz Ferdinand - 'Take Me Out'

Kelis is on my list 4 times!

Albums list -

1. Keane - 'Hopes And Fears' :hearts:
2. Scissor Sisters - 'Scissor Sisters' :worship:
3. Robbie Williams - 'Greatest Hits' :)
6. Anastacia - 'Anastacia' :)
7. Usher - 'Confessions'
9. Snow Patrol - 'Final Straw'
12. Streets - 'A Grand Don't Come For Free' :)
17. Franz Ferdinand - 'Franz Ferdinand' :D
25. Kylie Minogue - 'Ultimate Kylie' :)
34. Kanye West - 'The College Dropout' :cool:
44. Abba - 'Gold - Greatest Hits' (I got this years ago and still :worship: )
45. Killers - 'Hot Fuss' This album is the best of the year!! - Buy it!
46. Girls Aloud - 'What Will The Neighbours Say' And this is number 2!
53. Kelis - 'Tasty'
77. N*E*R*D - 'Fly Or Die'

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 09:13 PM
No 'Call On Me'? Come on Avid - when it comes to the recent craze of reworking 80s cheese into dance hits, 'Call On' Me' is pretty damn great.

Actually your list was pretty good ;) (well apart from 'Deep Dish - Flashdance' :o A bad example of the 1980s cheese=2004 dance hit. And Eminem. And 'Mad World'. Boogie Pimps? No 'Dip It Low'? Dang, Avid! :tape: I take my good taste remark back :p)
:lol: i have a real problem with Stevie Winwood, i'll maybe tell you about it one day but here is definitely not the place to be reliving traumatic childhood stories! :tape: :o but i didn't have a problem watching the video with the sound turned down :drool: :lol:

hey, there's nothing wrong with a bit of cheese now and again :p and i apologise for not being as tasteful as you clearly are :rolleyes: i bow before you and all that :worship: :lol:

Avid Merrion
Jan 2nd, 2005, 09:24 PM
again in no particular order, my favourite albums from the list :) i only picked ones that i own. prepares to be mercilessly slagged off by raquel. again :lol:

1. Keane - 'Hopes And Fears'
2. Scissor Sisters - 'Scissor Sisters'
3. Robbie Williams - 'Greatest Hits'
9. Snow Patrol - 'Final Straw'
12. Streets - 'A Grand Don't Come For Free'
16. Eminem - 'Encore'
17. Franz Ferdinand - 'Franz Ferdinand'
18. Green Day - 'American Idiot'
19. Natasha Bedingfield - 'Unwritten'
21. Will Young - 'Friday's Child'
22. Black Eyed Peas - 'Elephunk'
25. Kylie Minogue - 'Ultimate Kylie'
26. Outkast - 'Speakerboxxx/The Love Below'
36. Jamelia - 'Thank You'
37. No Doubt - 'The Singles 1992-2003'
43. Razorlight - 'Up All Night'
46. Girls Aloud - 'What Will The Neighbours Say'
48. Travis - 'Singles'
49. Zutons - 'Who Killed The Zutons'
53. Kelis - 'Tasty'
54. Mario Winans - 'Hurt No More'
56. Darkness - 'Permission To Land'
57. Red Hot Chili Pepper - 'Greatest Hits'
62. D12 - 'D12 World'
65. Christina Aguilera - 'Stripped'
69. Alicia Keys - 'The Diary Of'
72. Sugababes - 'Three'
77. N*E*R*D - 'Fly Or Die'
80. Kasabian - 'Kasabian'
81. REM - 'In Time - The Best Of - 1988-2003'
84. Muse - 'Absolution'
87. Zero 7 - 'When It Falls'
89. Gwen Stefani - 'Love Angel Music Baby'
93. Kings Of Leon - 'Aha Shake Heartbreak'
98. Faithless - 'No Roots'
99. 50 Cent - 'Get Rich Or Die Tryin''