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was released in 2016 through Word Records and Curb Records. The album hit the top 10 on Billboard album charts and top 15 on the Billboard Heatseeker charts
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technology, he adapted it here in his own unique way". The single "Loopzilla" hit the Top 20 R&B charts, followed by "Atomic Dog" which reached No. 1 R&B but peaked
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It was Murray's ninth American number-one country hit, and it also hit the top ten on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The song was Loggins'
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Howard was not acquiring any significant hits. Only one of her songs hit the Top 20: in 1960, "The One You Slip Around With" hit No. 13. In 1966, Howard
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for 2 weeks, while "She's Got That Vibe" and "Slow Dance (Hey Mr DJ)" hit the Top 40 respectively. By June 1992, Born into the 90's was eventually certified
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20 weeks on the US Country chart. "Just Another Woman in Love" also hit the Top 10 on the US Adult Contemporary chart. In 2018, Filipino YouTuber Vic
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number 16 on the R&B chart. Outside the US, "Surrender" eventually hit the top ten in the United Kingdom, where it peaked at number 10, becoming her
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Cash Box Top 100 and #13 in Billboard in the United States. It also hit the Top 10 in many countries, including the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia
Sweet Dreams (Don Gibson song) (968 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Don Gibson. Gibson originally recorded the song in 1955; his version hit the top ten of Billboard's country chart, but was eclipsed by the success of
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Cindy Eller: A Modern Fairy Tale. Her rendition of "Takes Two to Tango" hit the top ten in 1952. She received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award
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debuted at number 81 in the UK Singles Chart on 20 October 2013, and has hit the Top 20 in 3 countries. The video for the song, directed by Anton Corbijn
Kyrie (song) (929 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Christmas in 1985, it hit the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in March 1986, where it was number one for two weeks. It also hit the top spot on the Billboard
Toni Basil (2,549 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
"Mickey," which topped the charts in the US, Canada and Australia and hit the top ten in several other countries. She has collaborated with David Bowie
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commercial success for the group; the album's lead single "Burnin' Up" hit the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Their fourth studio album, while
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International Hit of the Year categories. Between 1992 and 1995 they hit the top 40 three more times in the UK. Pettigrew and Chacon were said to have
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U.S. hit single in "Let It Shine" and was the band's first album to hit the top ten on the Billboard charts since Caravanserai in 1972 (it ultimately
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1974 hit single for Olivia Newton-John. It was her second release to hit the top 10 in the United States, reaching number 5 on the pop chart and number
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single and peaked at #27. The song was the first Santana recording to hit the Top 40 of the Billboard charts since "No One to Depend On" reached #36 in
Complicated (Tanya Tucker album) (384 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Crutchfield, Tucker employed Gregg Brown to produce the album. One track hit the Top Ten in the Billboard Top Country Singles charts, the number 9 "Little
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Hot 100 singles chart, the group's highest placement since "Rag Doll" hit the top spot in July 1964. This was the last Four Seasons hit to feature bass
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recordings dominating the charts. In Canada it was his eighth single to hit the top of the RPM national singles chart. The song was written by Elton John
More Love (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles song) (964 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
1970 as The Tears of a Clown. Kim Carnes' husky 1980 cover of the song hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Hot 100 charts. This song's
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lead single from their second album Drops of Jupiter (2001). The song hit the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart and also charted in the top 40 for 29
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Joni Mitchell – that gave Collins international prominence. The single hit the Top 10 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart and won Collins her first Grammy
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their platinum-certified LP of the same name. It was Dio's only song to hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Album Rock Tracks. Unlike the band's first two singles
Can't Slow Down (Lionel Richie album) (1,873 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
time. Five singles were released from Can't Slow Down, all of which hit the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including two that reached No. 1:
List of number-one Billboard Top Latin Albums of 2001 (1,264 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Martin, Marco Antonio Solís, Conjunto Primavera and Los Tigres del Norte hit the top spot for the second time on their careers, respectively. Singer-songwriter
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Diana Ross. That album topped the U.S. Classical charts, as well as, hit the top of the European and Pan Asian charts. Pavarotti and Friends series was
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and Galería Caribe by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona also hit the top spot of the chart. "Billboard Methodology". Billboard. Nielsen Business
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track on their album Karma and Effect, and became their first single to hit the top spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, dropping and
Athletics at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's discus throw (505 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Sandra Perković made it in their first attempt, while Yarelys Barrios hit the top qualifier 65.94 in her second throw after fouling the first. It took
List of number-one Billboard Top Latin Albums of 2002 (1,370 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Fonsi peaked at number one for the first time. One compilation album hit the top of this chart in 2002, Las 30 Cumbias Más Pegadas, which includes performances
Melodifestivalen 2005 (318 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
weeks after that with Vi kan gunga, Martin Stenmarck's winner Las Vegas hit the top spot the week after that, while Nanne Grönvall and Håll om mig topped
Lovestruck (Madness song) (258 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
UK Singles Chart, which was the first time a new Madness single had hit the top ten since the 1983 release "The Sun and the Rain". It also charted in
Bill Hayes (actor) (1,655 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Billboard #1 recording artist, as his song “The Ballad of Davy Crockett“ hit the top of the charts in the spring of 1955. Following a successful career as
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immediately ascended to number one on the Mainstream Rock chart, and hit the top 10 on the Modern Rock chart. It was the band's third number one on the
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great romantic films. The soundtrack album became a gold record and hit the Top 20 on the Billboard 200 while the title song became a million-selling
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five weeks beginning 4 April 1981. It was also their last single to hit the Top Ten in the UK, peaking at No. 9. "You Better You Bet" was written by
Lollipop (Big Bang and 2NE1 song) (612 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
1958 hit "Lollipop" written by Julius Dixson and Beverly Ross. The song hit the top spot on various online charts, including a 4-week #1 run on music portal
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the 2006 album release Water & Bridges, an across-the-board hit that hit the Top 5 in the Billboard Country Albums sales charts, also charting in the
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month later it reached the U.S. top 40 (in sales). In October, the song hit the top ten and topped the Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart for eight weeks. It
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considered disappointments. It was not until 1972's "I Am Woman" that Reddy hit the top of the charts, the song appearing in frustrating fits in June and September
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1982, "Shy Boy" became the third consecutive single by Bananarama to hit the top-five, reaching number four in the UK singles chart. It also was a success
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then-husband James Taylor, also made the Top 40 at No. 36. The singles also hit the Top 10 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, peaking at No. 4 and No
Alright (Janet Jackson song) (1,225 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
single of the seven released off the Rhythm Nation 1814 album to not hit the top-two on the US Billboard Hot 100, reaching number four, it became the
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becoming a Top 5 hit in North America. Overall, Styx had eight songs that hit the Top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100, as well as 16 Top 40 singles. Seven of
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Invasion that immediately preceded it. Of all the artists who had songs hit the top 30 in the first modern rock chart, only seven of them were American.
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positive reviews by music critics.[citation needed] Loveboat failed to hit the Top 40 in the UK and two singles were released, although only one was eligible
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Special album in 1981. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA. The song hit the top 10 of the US Pop and R&B charts in Billboard in early 1982. It entered
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commercial success for the group; the album's lead single "Burnin' Up" hit the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Following the release of their fourth
Erasure (album) (558 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
off four consecutive number-one albums in the UK, this album failed to hit the top ten and two single releases also missed the UK top ten. After a successful
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group's ninth single on June 17, 1998. It was their third single to hit the top spot on the Oricon chart. Forever Yours (Words & Music - Mitsuru Igarashi)
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promotion of the album, "Judith", "3 Libras", and "The Hollow", all of which hit the top 20 of both the Billboard US Modern Rock and Mainstream Rock charts. The
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14, 1970. It debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 2, 1971. It hit the top of the chart on February 13, 1971 and stayed there for five weeks. It
Born Again (Black Sabbath album) (3,581 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
upon its 1983 release, reaching No. 4 in the UK charts. The album also hit the top 40 in the United States. Following the departure of vocalist Ronnie James
List of number-one Billboard Top Latin Albums of 2003 (1,612 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
Kumbia Kings, Intocable and Los Temerarios were the only performers to hit the top spot twice in 2003. Cuban salsa performer Celia Cruz, who died on July
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initial exposure in the US came via dance clubs, as two singles did hit the top ten on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. At the time of its
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less popular singles. It is, to date, Nine Inch Nails' only single to hit the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, as well as their highest-charting single
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contract with Warner Bros. Records. Both "New Way Out" and "Faking Love" hit the Top 20 of Billboard. Karen Brooks AllMusic; retrieved 6-6-08 "Single Reviews"
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Up by Suede, released on August 11, 1997, on Nude Records. The single hit the top 10, peaking at number nine, thus making all five singles released from
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in the summer of 2001 at the young age of 22, R'n'B vocalist, Aaliyah hit the top with her posthumous release, "More Than a Woman". She had broken a record
Anyone Who Had a Heart (song) (3,045 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Dionne Warwick in 1963. In January 1964, Warwick's original recording hit the Top Ten in the United States, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, South Africa, Belgium
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and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in June 1975. In addition, it hit the top position of the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, displacing "Love
List of Billboard number-one singles of 1958 (716 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
charts was Danny & the Juniors' "At the Hop". On the Hot 100, eight acts hit the top, which were also their first. Those acts include Ricky Nelson, Domenico
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only top ten hit until "High Hopes" in 2018. While the song failed to hit the top 10 on the Alternative Songs chart peaking at No. 12 which was lower than
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December 10 in Chicago and went through the middle of February. The tour hit the top 40 cities across the U.S. with one stop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Election Day (song) (835 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
was released by Parlophone Records in October 1985 and subsequently hit the Top 10 on both sides of the Atlantic, peaking at No. 6 in the US and No.
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Lefty. It peaked at number one in 1951 and became his fourth release to hit the top. During early 1951, Lefty Frizzell is enjoying the success followed by
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singer and songwriter noted for his hit single "Into the Night," which hit the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart twice, in 1980 (#11) and again in 1989
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twenty in the Netherlands and the UK (her first single in the UK not to hit the Top 20). In Austria and Switzerland the single peaked inside the top fifty
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UK. It was also a number one hit in the Netherlands and Belgium, and hit the top 10 in Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, Italy and Switzerland. The
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"Right by Your Side" became the fourth consecutive Eurythmics single to hit the Top 10 of the UK singles chart during 1983. It also climbed to number 29
Play It Again (Luke Bryan song) (868 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
any act in the time since his first number one "Rain Is a Good Thing" hit the top spot on July 24, 2010. The protagonist approaches a girl at a tailgate
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and only song as of the release of Hardwired... to Self-Destruct to hit the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, debuting and peaking at number 10. Outside
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Wells released a modest hit with the Motown-esque "Dear Lover", which hit the top ten of the R&B chart. "Satisfaction" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) "Love
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Me" did hit the top 20. They did release a few hit singles during this period: the follow-up to "Rich Girl" ("Back Together Again") hit the Top 40, and
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despite the fact that Hiatt and his band produced the album. It failed to hit the top half of the Billboard 200, and it was his last album with Capitol Records
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record include "Graduation (Friends Forever)" and her most successful hit, the Top 20 Gold certified "Smile". Her second album, More (2001) spawned several
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compilation, Sandunguero by DJ Blass. The remix featured Lumidee and hit the Top 10 in Belgium, Finland, France, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Billboard
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guitarist Lowman "Pete" Pauling. Cover versions of the band's songs hit the Top 40, including "Dedicated to the One I Love" (the Shirelles and the Mamas
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successful, in the Top 30) and "If It Takes All Night" (didn't even hit the Top 40). "She Can't Get My Love Off the Bed" (Bob Morrison, Debbie Hupp)
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The album features "Love Is Like Oxygen", the band's last single to hit the top 40, peaking at #8 in the US and #9 in the UK. The single version of "Love
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three singles, "Judith", "The Hollow", and "3 Libras", all of which hit the top 20 of the both the Billboard US Modern Rock and Mainstream Rock charts
Self Control (Raf song) (3,656 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
1993, a hit dance remake by Branigan in 2004 and two 2006 versions that hit the Top 5 in various European enclaves, by Danish dance group Infernal and Spanish
Survival of the Fittest (song) (1,166 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
mainstream success, it peaked at no. 69 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and hit the Top 10 on the Hot Rap Singles chart. The song received acclaim from music
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released in Australia and some parts of Europe. It charted in Belgium and hit the top 40 in Australia and France. Electronic duo Odesza released a "choppy
Obsession (Animotion song) (1,731 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
by a distinctive video that MTV played frequently. "Obsession" also hit the Top 40 on the US dance chart, twice: once in 1984; then in 1986, as a double-sided
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awarded a gold record by the RIAA. In the 1970s Bobby Vinton continued to hit the Top 40, notably with "Ev'ry Day of My Life," a #2 Adult Contemporary hit
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recorded and released by Pausini for the Hispanic market. The single hit the top five in Italy, and entered the top twenty of the US Hot Latin Songs chart
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the Australian Singles Chart and becoming their first ever single to hit the top 50 in Australia. "Plans" was performed by the group at the 2010 ARIA
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Singles) at number-one making it the first album by a Caucasian artist to hit the top spot on that chart, mainly due to the R&B/funk-leaning singles that were
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and Country Airplay charts respectively, becoming Ballerini's first to hit the top of the former, and her third consecutive on the latter chart. It makes
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1997, beginning with the Tim & Bob produced single "Come See Me," which hit the top 40 in January. "Cupid," Produced by Arnold Hennings, released in May
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No Stopping Your Heart" was her first No. 1 hit since 1973, when she hit the top with a cover of Anita Bryant's "Paper Roses". Just prior to her solo
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The label enjoyed chart success again in 2005 with the Freemasons who hit the top 20 with 'Love On My Mind' and 'Watchin'. Loaded and Skint Records were
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Shanice's second and final single (after 1991's "I Love Your Smile") to hit the top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #4. However, it does not appear
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different number albums in a year in Germany—Reality Killed the Video Star hit the top of the charts in January, his greatest hits album In and Out of Consciousness:
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Lange. The song became Twain's first single off The Woman in Me to not hit the top 40 at country radio. The original album version is more a poem than a
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chart matching "Break". This is the most recent Three Days Grace song to hit the top 10 on the Alternative Songs chart. Promotional single "The Good Life"
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a lengthy hiatus following their album Mirage (1982), Rock a Little hit the top 20 in its second week and ultimately peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard
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singles reached the top 10 singles chart on the Hot 100 and five of those hit the top five. Highlights from Ain't Misbehavin': The New Cast Recording (1996
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Canada and the United States. Its lead single, "Never Say Never", also hit the top ten in several countries. His second studio album, Under the Mistletoe
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number four. It reached number thirteen on the Billboard Hot 100. and hit the top five in Canada. It was the band's first US release to miss the Top 10;
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of Dreams was the only album he released during the 1990s). It also hit the top spot in Australia, New Zealand, and on the Canadian and US Adult Contemporary
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was their only hit there until "Lollipop (Candyman)" was released and hit the top 40 on the Hot 100. "Doctor Jones" was released around the world in a
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as well. A reggae version of the song by Jamaican singer Barry Biggs hit the top-five in the Netherlands in 1983. The song was a UK Top 40 hit in 1994
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2004 novel The Rule of Four, and the author of 12.21. The Rule of Four hit the top of the New York Times Best Seller list, where it remained for six months
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their No. 1 album from 1999, alternative electronic band, Massive Attack hit the top again with their new album, 100th Window. The album spawned one single
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is one of Lowe's most well-known works, it remains his only single to hit the top 40, whereas in the UK "I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" remains his
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with "Okey okey". In 1990, their song What's the Colour of Love also hit the top 5. The duo reunited in 2008 and competed at Melodifestivalen 2009 with
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lead single from his fifth studio album Higher Truth (2015). The song hit the top 5 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, and is also his first entry on
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album's first single, peaked at number one in the United Kingdom and hit the top ten in multiple other countries. It also gave the group their biggest
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"Long Way Home". The album sold 1.5 million copies and successfully hit the top position of the Oricon chart in the first week of the millennium (2000)
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going platinum. It was on the charts for more than a year, but never hit the top half of the Billboard 200, peaking at number 117. All songs written by
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singles hit the top 10 in the charts. On July 1, 1999, they released their sixth and seventh albums Ark and Ray on the same day. The albums hit the top two
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two singles, which crossed over into the Billboard Hot 100 charts and hit the top 5 of the Mainstream Rock charts, the song was still a moderate success
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'Love Army' recorded by New York-based producer, Andy Baldwin. The album hit the Top 20 ARIA Charts and Top 10 Australian Album Charts in its first week of
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Top 20, at No. 19 on Billboard's list. On Cashbox's list, the single hit the Top 10, peaking at No. 10, her first Top 10 hit since 1974. In 1977 and album
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the lead single from their debut album How to Save a Life (2005) and hit the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The single helped propel their album
MC Hammer discography (3,754 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Effects. November 1991: Hit the Top 40 with "2 Legit 2 Quit". December 1991: Hit the Top 10 with "2 Legit 2 Quit". Hit the Top 40 with "Addams Groove"
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March 8, 2012. They were the first Asian group to have its debut single hit the top 3 on a major US Billboard chart when "Undivided" featuring Snoop Dogg
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in 1982. It contains the group's debut single, "Stand or Fall", which hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Album Rock Tracks as well as #79 on the Hot 100. Its
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Double-Wide Trailer", and "I Can't Reach Her Anymore", all of which hit the Top 10 as well. Although Kershaw had been told by others that radio audiences
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U.S., giving the band their first chart-topper; globally, the album hit the top ten in Australia, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
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number one on the US Billboard 200, making Underwood the first woman to hit the top of the Billboard 200 chart with four country albums. It also achieved
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The song was also a number-one hit in Denmark and Portugal, and it hit the top ten around the world. The album's second single, the ballad "Misunderstood"
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in question, The Gold Experience, was released the following year and hit the top 40 with the singles "I Hate U" (Prince's last original single to reach
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Norwood's vocal performance. A commercial success, "Almost Doesn't Count" hit the top twenty in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and on the US Billboard Hot
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two. In the U.S. the single peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hit the top ten in many countries including Canada (#3), Ireland (#1), Italy (#3)
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group, newly billed as "Kenny Rogers and the First Edition", once again hit the top ten, this time in 1969 with the topical "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to
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hit number one on the Billboard R&B chart and was his third single to hit the top spot. "Love Zone" also reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and
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(peaking at number-one on its Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart), the song hit the top ten on the US R&B and disco charts and became a big-seller overseas where
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You)" hit the Top 10 and "What a Girl Wants" made the Top 3. The latter two both hit the top of the Hot 100 in the US and the former hit the Top 5 showing
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The single stayed at number one for three consecutive weeks. "Honey" hit the top-five in Canada, New Zealand, Spain, and the United Kingdom, the top-ten
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Border yielded a number 1 Billboard single ("Best of My Love"), which hit the top of the charts on March 1, 1975. The song was the Eagles' first of five
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chart at number one, making it the first album by a white artist to hit the top spot on that chart, mainly due to the gospel-influenced singles that
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compilation albums, and 46 singles. All but two of Paisley's singles have hit the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, with all but six reaching
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at the 39th Grammy Awards. Two albums related to the song "Macarena" hit the top spot of the chart: Macarena Non Stop by Los del Río, which spent four
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R&B charts. It was the third straight single from Tevin Campbell to hit the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 (#20) and top 10 on the R&B charts (#6).
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The album topped the charts across Europe and in Japan and Mexico, hit the Top 10 in Canada and Australia and the Top 20 in the United States. None
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passed on the song, Sedaka recorded it himself, and his debut single hit the Top 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 14 in 1958. His second single
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was at No. 1 for 3 weeks, when Luis Miguel's "El Día Que Me Quieras" hit the top spot. With the release of the second single ("Quién Soy Yo", English:
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approach to Macaé Airport with 17 passengers and 2 crew on board when it hit the top of Pico da Pedra Bonita in Brazil. Everyone on board was killed in the
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been overshadowed by one signature song, or those performers who never hit the top 40, but had exactly one song achieve mainstream popularity in some other
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second and last entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and their first single to hit the top 40, peaking at No. 23 in the week of 19 October. It also became the band's
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Asylum (2015). The song first appeared on the 2013 EP Black Ocean. It hit the top 5 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart in August 2015. The music video
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Modern Rock Tracks the same year, becoming only their second song to hit the Top 10 on this chart. "Enemy" also serves as the ninth track on The Definitive
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album's release. Unlike Madonna, Dr. Dre or Metallica, Radiohead had never hit the top 20 in the US. Furthermore, Kid A was an album without any singles released
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ensure chart placement, a requirement of the ESC (the single had actually hit the top 30 on the German charts). In contrast to the Swiss entry Vanilla Ninja
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There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea (2008), a collection of humorous essays, hit the top of The New York Times Nonfiction Best Seller List on May 11, 2008, with
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That year Bang finally released "Shilo" as a single, which promptly hit the Top 40 charts. Berns' young widow signed singer/songwriter Paul Davis, who
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Histoire", was available one month later and currently charted. The album hit the top ten in Belgium (Wallonia) and France. There were three formats for this
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peaked at #10 in the U.S. and at #9 in the United Kingdom. Thus, Sonny hit the Top 10 in all three countries as a solo artist before Cher. The song was
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via Mercury Nashville. The album's first single, "Lovin' You Is Fun," hit the top 10 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The album's track listing
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Over and Up!. Also included are three new songs: "Party for Two" which hit the top ten at country in the U.S., UK and Germany, "Don't!" and "I Ain't No
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most successful of these was "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)", which hit the top ten in countries such as Australia and Canada. The band's sixth studio
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Mainstream Rock chart, at number four and number six, respectively. They also hit the top 20 of the Modern Rock chart ("So Far Away" at number 14, "Colors" at
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dance charts, for one week. A decade later a new mix of No Frills Love hit the top spot on the dance charts, for one week. Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop
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album was released in September 2018, and hit the Top 10 in the UK. It was the first Chic record to hit the Top 10 in 25 years. Two singles from the album
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In late 1962, "Two Lovers" became Wells's third consecutive single to hit the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100, peaking at number 7 and becoming her second
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albums chart. The album is best remembered for its title track, which hit the Top 10 in the summer of 1985. The song also played a part in Haggard's souring
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but its success was dwarfed by the follow-up single, "You Came", which hit the Top 10 in many countries and just missed the US Top 40. "Never Trust a Stranger"
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Casino Royale. Her single, "The Ding Dong Song," recorded for Decca, hit the top of the music charts in Asia. She was the first acting instructor to be
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performed by many artists. Among the most notable are: The Bachelors hit the Top 40 in the UK in 1965. In 1967, Dean Martin's version peaked at number
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on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with his former group Temper, hit the top spot again with the Camp in 1986 with the song "What I Like". "What I
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professional singer, one of the UK's youngest female solo artists to hit the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart. The youngest of four children, Holborn began
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in the United States of the 1980s and remains the last time Emmanuel hit the top of this chart. Gianni Morandi recorded in 1992 a version in Italian called
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number one hit as a solo artist, and it was her second solo single to hit the top spot in Canada on the same date. Halfbreed is a memoir written by author
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#40 in the UK Singles Chart and was the first release by the band to hit the Top Forty. All songs written by Greg Gilbert unless otherwise stated. CD1
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single Yeah performed by famed Korean Artist Park Jung-ah. The song hit the top of Korean charts and launched Ian's career. The partnership between Jackson
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about a family in which the father is abusive to his wife. The song hit the top 4 of the MuchOnDemand Daily 10 within the first month of release. The
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Monkeys in early 1987. It is one of the band's best known singles, and hit the top 5 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was featured in the 1987 comedy film
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Night", "In the Dark", "My Kinda Lover" and "The Stroke". The album hit the Top Five on the Billboard album chart and remained on the chart for over
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damaged by fire resulting from high explosive incendiary bombs that hit the top floor of the Red House. The damage to the school was so severe that repairs
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proved it could be done." "The Wheel of Hurt" was Whiting's final song to hit the Top 40 on the Hot 100 chart, where it peaked at #26. The song also spent
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Is a Rose" on the B-side. "Heat Wave" hit the Top Five on Billboard's Hot 100 while "Love Is A Rose" hit the Top Five on Billboard's country chart. In
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Female Vocalist after her 1965 debut album, Don't Take Advantage of Me, hit the top five on the country albums chart.[citation needed] As Haggard recalls
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song peaked at number 73 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US, and hit the top 40 in Canada, peaking at number 31. In late summer 1982 it became Yazoo's
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features the band's biggest American hit "Not Sleeping Around", which hit the top of Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. Are You Normal? shows the band
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weeks. It stayed in the top ten for 151 weeks. Ten of the sixteen tracks hit the top 20 of the Hot Country Songs chart, eight of which hit top 10, including
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Squirrel Revival," made it to the Top 40, making that his final single to hit the Top-40 of the country singles chart. Stevens' first two albums for MCA reached
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Independent Records. A sleeper hit in United Kingdom, the record eventually hit the top three in the Official Charts Company and received platinum certifications
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Collie. It featured 3 singles, one of which, "Looks Aren't Everything", hit the top 40. The other two, the title track and "Something With A Ring To It"
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lead single, peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and also hit the top ten in countries such as Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
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RNZAF Lockheed Hudson bomber returning to Nelson from a coastal patrol hit the top of a limestone bluff near Collingwood in thick fog, killing all four
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Lahore A by 10 wickets in the Patron's Trophy. The captain, Agha Zahid hit the top score of the match, 85 not out. Later that season, in the Pentangular
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Up" and "Romeo & Juliet" (a duet with The Wild Pair), both of which hit the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1992. Earl, who grew up in Newton, Massachusetts
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Pet Shop Boys on Results, an electronic dance-style album. The release hit the top 10 in the UK and charted in the U.S., spawning four singles: "Losing
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#2 on the UK Singles Chart and #2 in Ireland. In 1971, Elvis Presley hit the top ten on the country charts with his version which is also featured on
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significantly restyled from the original Elephunk version, "Hey Mama" hit the top 5 in Australia and the top 10 in the UK, Germany and other European countries
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Pet Shop Boys on Results, an electronic dance-style album. The release hit the top 10 in the UK and charted in the U.S., spawning four singles: "Losing
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reached No 2 with their debut single One Step Closer. The Sugababes hit the top for a second time with their sixth single, "Round Round". Like their
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#2 on the UK Singles Chart and #2 in Ireland. In 1971, Elvis Presley hit the top ten on the country charts with his version which is also featured on
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successful in the Netherlands, Belgium (Flanders) and Japan where it hit the top ten; however, it was less successful in Australia where it entered the
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their song "How Do I Make You?" for her 1980 Mad Love album. The album hit the top three of the charts and went platinum, and Ronstadt's version of their
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the split-finger's apparent last second drop causes many batters to hit the top half of the baseball therefore inducing a ground ball. Bruce Sutter,
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disco chart. It was also the Supremes' last of thirty-three singles to hit the top 40 nearly thirteen years after first hitting the top 40 with "When the
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December 2010 and won the title. The song was released the same week and hit the top of VG-lista, the official Norwegian Singles Chart, becoming Norway's
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second season winner Kalan Porter. Kalan had released two albums, which hit the Top 10 on the Canadian Albums Chart. "Canadian Recording Industry Association
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for Laughter, and Communication Breakdown on Metal Blade Records (all hit the Top 20 on iTunes and Top 10 on the Billboard comedy charts). He is sponsored
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copies worldwide. Good Girl Gone Bad spawned five singles, all of which hit the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100, including the international hits "Umbrella"
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Chords' "Sh-Boom" became the first hit to cross over from the R&B chart to hit the top 10 early in the year. Late in the year, and into 1955, "Hearts of Stone"
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Up" and "Romeo & Juliet" (a duet with The Wild Pair), both of which hit the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1992. Earl, who grew up in Newton, Massachusetts
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allow him to get up enough speed. His back wheel hit the top of the van while his front wheel hit the top of the landing ramp. Knievel ended up with a severely
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Albums Chart in February 1990. Knox left the band in 1991. The Cramps hit the Top 40 in the UK for the first and only time with "Bikini Girls with Machine
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hit #1 with "Dominique" in late 1963. It also became the only song to hit the Top 10 in which the entire lyrical content originated from the words of the
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robertchristgau.com. Giles, Jeff (6 January 2017). "When the Rolling Stones Hit the Top 40 without Keith Richards". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 11 August
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Billboard Top 10 hit, and two Patti LaBelle hits, "New Attitude," which hit the top twenty on the US Billboard Hot 100, and the Grammy-award-winning "Stir
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the decade, the Waylon Jennings-flavored "I'll Find It Where I Can" hit the top 10 on the country chart. The album, however, only reached number 40 on
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second version of the song leads off this powerhouse album, which should hit the Top 100 Albums. The two soul singers really sock it to the listener on this
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Affair, and the popularity of the film caused Huston's recording to hit the top of the 1950 hit parade. In a 1961 episode ("Fly Away Home") of the TV
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the 30 races in 1978, and finished 23rd in points even though he never hit the top ten. One race, he subbed for Dale Earnhardt. He found backing from Iron
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chart single, and the international single "Million Dollar Bill", which hit the top ten in several countries worldwide and also becoming a US top 20 R&B
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week in the US upon release, and its second single, "Breaking Down", hit the top 10 of the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart in May 2019. Two Grammy
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1971, Jimmy Dean and Dottie West recorded a duet of the song, which hit the Top 40 on the country charts In 1981, Kippi Brannon had her sole hit on the
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February 7, 2017 Amaya Mendizabal, "The 'Location' of Khalid's Breakout Hit? The Top 10 on Hot R&B Songs Chart", Billboard, January 12, 2017, retrieved February
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chart. A second single, the Bobby Braddock ballad "Come On In", also hit the top 10. "Middle Age Crazy" (Sonny Throckmorton) "Let's Say Goodbye Like We
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Brothers Andrew "Mike" Terry: baritone saxophone solo The song failed to hit the Top 40 of the pop chart (peaking at #42) and reached #11 on Cashbox's R&B
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Music — A Short History. Retrieved November 8, 2007. "Soggy Bottom Boys Hit the Top at 35th CMA Awards". Retrieved November 8, 2007. Long, Roger J. (April
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week after its release, it made RyanDan the first identical-twin duo to hit the top ten.[citation needed] "Like the Sun" (4:26) "The Face" (3:26) "High"
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Switzerland, Germany, Romania, and Australia. However, it failed to hit the top 40 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The title and part of the lyrics were
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Gold albums. Her smash hits "Fast Car" and "Give Me One Reason" both hit the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, peaking at numbers 6 and 3, respectively
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followed by another single with Edelmann, the title track "Pimeä onni" hit the top 20. She returned in 2012 with her solo album released in April 2012 entitled
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1964, which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song went on to hit the Top Ten in several European countries in 1965 and would later be covered
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sixteen of her songs have gone to #1, and overall more than 40 songs have hit the top ten on that chart. In the U.K., Warren has had three #1 hits, and more
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Memphis Bleek released The Understanding. Although Clue and Beans's albums hit the top five on the Billboard charts, Bleek's album was in the top twenty. Nonetheless
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their previous release, 1999's Guerrilla. The record's singles failed to hit the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, so the band decided to go on "pop strike"
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became the first single from the band's self-titled debut album. It hit the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 at #39 in early 1984 and became the band's
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on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart. Three subsequent singles also hit the top ten on the U.S. dance chart, including "Power of Love/Build That Bridge"
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group's all-time best-selling single. "Silver Star", the last single, also hit the Top 40, reaching #38 on the Hot 100 in 1976. All three singles from the album
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The group was best known for the 1984 song, "Don Quichotte", which hit the Top 10 in France and the Top 60 in the United States in 1986. In 1981, the
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Villagers on the island said the plane was flying at low altitude and hit the top of a coconut tree, which knocked off part of its wing. They said it appeared
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longest gap between an album returning to the Top 10. Led Zeppelin first hit the Top 10 on the Billboard Top LP's chart for the week ending May 17, 1969 and
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200 with their studio album Love Yourself: Tear (2018) and have since hit the top of the U.S. charts with their albums Love Yourself: Answer (2018) and
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the UK Singles Chart, becoming the fourth-consecutive single from x to hit the top 10 in Sheeran's native country. "Photograph" was released as the album's
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released. Only two songs made the cut to radio, although neither one hit the top 60. The title track and "Three Little Words" reached No. 69 and No. 65
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staying atop the latter for four weeks starting June 21, 1975. It also hit the top of the 1975 year-end chart. In the US it was the best-selling single
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woman to top the chart was Elle King with her song "Ex's & Oh's" which hit the top spot in September 2015. In September 2013, Lorde surpassed Alanis Morissette
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the singles or albums chart. Five managed to have their debut album hit the top, but were yet to experience a No. 1 single. Boyzone were by far the most
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the Australian singles chart and stayed there for one week. It also hit the top 10 in Denmark, Finland, Ireland, and the United Kingdom, but only managed
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the singles or albums chart. Five managed to have their debut album hit the top, but were yet to experience a No. 1 single. Boyzone were by far the most
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accompaniment from members of Booker T. and the MGs. The Staple Singers hit the Top 40 eight times between 1971 and 1975, including two No. 1 singles, "I'll
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to capitalize on his latest number-one record: "Love Me Tender" had hit the top of the charts earlier that month. To further take advantage of Presley's
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most of the members were drafted. Mitchell's single "Try Rock 'n Roll," hit the top 20 of the US Billboard R&B chart in 1956. Many of his sessions were arranged
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Little". The third single was a slightly remixed "X". The song failed to hit the Top 40, peaking at a low number 47. "X" also peaked at number 89 in France
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album with the longest gap between topping the charts as Abbey Road hit the top spot 50 years after its original release. In August 2021, The Beatles:
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"Morning Girl", which featured the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, when it hit the Top 40 in May of that year and rose to number 17 on Billboard and number
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outside the Liverpool penalty area. His powerful strike beat Clemence to hit the top left of the Liverpool net. He followed this up with his famous celebration
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featuring production from Drake and Lil Wayne hit maker, Boi-1da. The album hit the top 20 on iTunes in 21 countries in its first week of release. In 2015, de
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recognizing 2.6 million in sales throughout the United States. The album hit the top position on the UK Albums Chart and sold over 1.66 million copies in
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compilations reverted to the original title. In 1968, The Four Tops hit the Top 20 on both the pop and soul charts with their version. It also reached
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debut studio album, Dreaming Out Loud, was released in November 2007. It hit the top ten on the albums charts of countries such as Australia, Canada and the
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Two months later in August 2001, South London collective So Solid Crew hit the top spot with their second single "21 Seconds". The end of 2001 saw yet another
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album M.O.. The song peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hit the top ten in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In April
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45 single on the flip side of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, which hit the top 50 charts. Amongst Robertson's works in the 1948 LDS hymnal was the music
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Gospel music, but Gilley did not become a professional singer until Lewis hit the top of the charts in the 1950s. Gilley then cut a few singles and played
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Feel Free". The follow-up album Runaway Horses was released in 1989 and hit the Top 5 in both Australia and UK. The first single release "Leave a Light On"
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[citation needed] This band became the first Danish (artist) band ever to hit the top of the charts around the world. Additionally, two songs from this album
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reached number 1 for the 56th time in 2007, when the single "Wrapped" hit the top on the Media Base 24/7 list. Throughout much of Twitty's country music
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single and spent 19 weeks on the chart. It was also his only release to hit the Top 40 of the pop chart. Originally Price's label, Columbia Records, had
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success in the UK. Released by Atlantic Records, lead single "Frankie" hit the top spot on the UK Singles Chart, spending four weeks at number one. In 1989
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100 chart in 1977, while a version by jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson hit the top 30. Disco versions by Rhythm Heritage and Current were on the chart at
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Sullivan was struck while fishing in a freshwater pool. The lightning hit the top of his head, set his hair on fire, traveled down, and burnt his chest
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Global Top 50 chart in Spotify and became the first song in Portuguese to hit the Top 20 on that chart on December 20, 2017. Jersey Shore (2011) "The Tequila
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December 2005. As the title suggests it, it is a Christmas song and it hit the top ten in France and Belgium (Wallonia). "Noël, que du bonheur" was composed
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making it the first new album for Arista Records in almost nine years to hit the top 10 on the chart. Tomlinson was set to embark on tour for the majority
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Lady Gaga gained her first number one in seven years when Shallow hit the top spot.
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composition with a prominent harpsichord part by Brian Auger. "For Your Love" hit the top of the charts in the UK and Canada and reached number six in the United
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listed by the London Guardian as one of ”Fifty Lost Masterpieces” and hit the "Top Ten" list of Art Forum Magazine. At AFI, Harris twice filmed fictionalized
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August 2009. Retrieved 14 April 2018. "Nokia latest releases set to hit the top of the charts - Nokia". Nokia. Retrieved 14 April 2018. Official Nokia
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 89 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart). The album went gold and hit the Top 60. For the Dangerous Age tour, the band was augmented by Larry Oakes
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and "Hello Walls" (Faron Young). As a performer, meanwhile, Nelson had hit the top 10 of the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart just twice; it
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Réalise", which took elements of Blunt's song "I'll Take Everything", which hit the top three in France. On 14 November 2008, "Primavera in anticipo", Laura
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released from the album. The second single, "Just Want You to Know", hit the top 10 in the UK. The third singles were "Crawling Back to You" for the U
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peaking at No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1958. It also hit the Top Ten on the regional LA charts. The single's B side consisted of a song
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20, 1980, show in Chicago's Rosemont Horizon, right after the single hit the Top 10, the audience spontaneously sang the lyrics back to the band during
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youthful and hip-hop leaning ensemble than its predecessor and its album hit the Top 5 of Billboard's Gospel Chart and was nominated for a Grammy Award the
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inch single "I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby/Get It Up For Love" hit the Top 20 on Billboard's Dance Music charts. "I Just Keep Thinking About You
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Industry (BPI) for sales of over 200,000 copies. Elsewhere, the song hit the top 10 in Flemish Belgium, Ireland, and the Netherlands, while also charting
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That Rocked TV (20–1). "Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and The Beatles Hit the Top Slots on VH1 and TV Guide's '100 Moments That Rocked TV' Countdown" (Press
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Singer who made a minor splash in the rock'n'roll era then resurfaced to hit the top of the charts in the early 1970s Nostalgia Central - Music - 1960s Shane
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featuring Ruth's lead vocals on "Automatic" and "Neutron Dance", which hit the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and led to the group winning two Grammy
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1979 a theme song for a Dutch TV charity show supporting Greenpeace hit the top 10. 1980's single "Regrets" proved to be the group's swan song as the
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on Earth was Runaway Horses, released on October 23, 1989. The album hit the Top 5 in both Australia and the UK, certified double platinum in Australia
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Fenway Park has a ground rule for balls that hit the top of the ladder on the Green Monster and go out of play—the batter is awarded two bases.
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album. Much to his disappointment, Jagger declined. Emotional Rescue hit the top of the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and the title track reached
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Tubb's radio show for their self-penned song "Looking Back to See", which hit the top ten and stayed on the charts through the summer of 1954. The song would
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played a hit man who plotted to stop Townsend's title character. Vandross hit the top ten again in 1994, teaming with Mariah Carey on a cover version of Lionel
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collaboration with Akon hit the top ten on the iTunes charts. Also from the album the single "You Got The Love" hit the top 40 US Dance Charts and also
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song from the 1970 blockbuster film Love Story. In addition, Williams hit the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart with "Almost There" (1964), "Can't Help Falling
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Day" (1960) (Colpix Records) from Pepe movie soundtrack (This record hit the top 5 in Spain, 1961, on the Discophon label) "I've Still Got My Heart Joe"
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"half-pipe" of track, quickly building up enough speed in the process to hit the top height of about 80 feet (24 meters). Hong Kong Disneyland attraction
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The band added "What They Do" was also the group's first single to hit the Top 40 of Billboard's charts, reaching a peak of #34. Scott Storch left the
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that would run throughout the 1970s. Lynn's music began to regularly hit the Top 10 after 1964 with songs such as "Before I'm Over You", which peaked
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2008 ceremony, became the best-selling album of the year in México, and hit the top of the chart in the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart in the United States
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United States and the United Kingdom. It included three singles that hit the top 40, including I'd Lie for You (which reached No. 13 in the United States
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shortstop Bucky Dent cracked a three-run home run in the seventh inning that hit the top of the left field wall (the Green Monster) and skipped out of the park
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Kingdom, a disappointing placing considering most previous singles had hit the top 40. However, it made it to the top 30 in Italy, reaching number 26. The
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structure. Flight 114 attempted an emergency landing but the aircraft hit the top of a sand dune; it bounced hard and a wing section was tore off before
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capitalize on the success of the single, but when the single failed to hit the top of the charts the album was scrapped, and the single was included rather
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Rocked TV (20–1)". VH1. "Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and The Beatles Hit the Top Slots on VH1 and TV Guide's '100 Moments That Rocked TV' Countdown" (Press
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positive reviews by music critics, experienced international success and hit the top ten in over two dozen countries around the world, going to number one
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Billboard 200 chart and sold over 1 million copies. The single "7 Days" hit the top 10 in the U.S.; although "Walking Away", which had reached number 3 in
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falsetto. With this song, the Four Seasons became the first rock-era act to hit the top spot on the Hot 100 with their first two chart entries (their first single
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re-released in 1986, reaching the UK Top 50. Follow up song "Destiny" hit the Top 50 in the UK. and her version of "Nights on Broadway" hit the UK Top
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new millennium, with a range of musical collaborations. In 2000, he hit the top five of the British album charts with Engelbert at His Very Best, and
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made to number one for four weeks, in early 1960. "Smokie, Part 2" also hit the top 20 on the pop singles chart. Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles:
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brief mention of their early 1960s rivals The Shadows. Please Please Me hit the top of the UK album charts in May 1963 and remained there for 30 weeks before
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Tubb's radio show for their humorous song "Looking Back To See", which hit the top ten and stayed on the charts through the summer of 1954. Jim Ed and Maxine
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Mayfield. Mayfield's first solo album, Curtis, was released in 1970, and hit the top 20, as well as being a critical success. It pre-dated Marvin Gaye's album
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group went for a more minimalist funk sound with the title track, which hit the top 20 of the R&B charts, Ron Isley, Ernie Isley and Chris Jasper showcase
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the Top 3 of Billboard′s R&B and Easy Listening charts. The Spinners hit the Top 10 twice in the next two years with the Smith and Jackson-led "They Just
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Are New." The New York Times, 28 November 1965, p. SM62: "Henry—which hit the top of the record lists and, according to one American expert, was 'the fastest-selling
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translated into many languages. Outside Germany and Switzerland, the book hit the top ten bestseller lists in the U.K, South Korea, India, Ireland, Singapore
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maint: archived copy as title (link) "Top Grossing Movies That Never Hit the Top 10 at the Box Office". Box Office Mojo. Amazon.com. Retrieved June 7
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star-shells. At 01:11, just as she was about to fire torpedoes, Saumarez was hit. The top of her funnel disappeared over the side and a 5in shell penetrated No
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Lists named the version by the Human Beinz "The most negative song to hit the Top 40," noting that the word "no" is sung over 100 times in a mere 2:16
1991 in country music (1,127 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
first national release; Reid's first solo release also hit the top of the chart, but he had hit the Top 5 as part of a duet with Ronnie Milsap (1988's "Old
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Babchuk has 1 goal and 1 assist, Khalin has 2 assist. Vladislav Hurko hit the top 5 goaltenders of the Division I B (4th position, 93.03 Sv%). In 2017
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consecutive weeks at its peak of number 8 on the Swedish singles chart and hit the top spot on the club chart, gaining a gold certification. The same club style
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Ain't What You Do (It's The Way That You Do It)". In 1982, the song hit the Top 5 in the UK and gave Bananarama their first significant mainstream success
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February and 26 February 1970 are all still in existence. Although he hit the Top 40 as the lead singer of five different groups, he only managed to have
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successes were "Call Me Round" and "Just a Smile" (both 1975), which each hit the top 40 in the UK and nowhere else. By 1977, only Paton and Bairnson were
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"Put The Music Where Your Mouth Is" by The Olympic Runners. It also hit the top 10 on the dance chart and climbed to #58 on the Hot 100. "Get On the
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lyrics, music and arrangements. The hippie-oriented one hit wonder band hit the top spot on the Dutch Top 40 singles chart in January 1969, with their version
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were nevertheless only minor hits. In 1979, "La Plage aux Romantiques" hit the Top 5 again, Danel toured again, and released a live album, as well as new
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album was a moderate success. The first single "Dirty Sticky Floors" hit the Top 20 in the UK Singles Chart. The album became a Top 10 hit on the European
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"Dolce Vita" for Ryan Paris, and "Lovin' Times" for Web, these having hit the top ten charts all over the world and totalling over twelve million records
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more promotional muscle became the band's first million-seller, and hit the top five in the summer of 1972. Other titles on the album included "Marie
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station KROQ. "O Baby" was the last Siouxsie and the Banshees single to hit the top 40, peaking at number 34 in the UK Singles Chart. It was also their last
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making it the first new album for Arista Records in almost nine years to hit the top 10 on the chart. "Miss You" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart
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of other artists, including the following artists whose versions each hit the top 10 of the singles chart in at least one country: Far Corporation, a British
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Christian Rock charts (February 23, 2007). Within the second week, the song hit the top 30 (March 2, 2007). On March 30, 2007, it entered the ranks of the top
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That I've Found You. The album charted at #2 on the country charts, and hit the top fifteen on the pop charts. It sold two million copies and received two
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and horns featuring Rocco Bene on trumpet. MFSB's disco sound first hit the top of the Hot 100 charts as the backing band for The O'Jays' "Love Train"
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reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "The Way You Love Me" hit the top 10 as well, topping out at number six on the charts. The album won Hill
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sitcom Full House (another Miller-Boyett co-production). That sitcom also hit the top 10 immediately after inheriting the Tuesday at 8:00/7:00 p.m. slot and
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released in 2016. In 2015, Bangladeshi game developer The Mascoteers hit the top chart with its game 360 Degree. The game was downloaded more than a million
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enduring classic that hit No. 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and almost hit the Top 20 of the Pop Charts. However, the album was not well received, reaching
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release of a psytrance set “Trippy Experience” on SoundCloud, which hit the top of SoundCloud Trance charts within a month and stayed at #1 for 12 consecutive
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5 million copies in the U.S. A song from the album "Standing Still" hit the Top 30. Other singles released were "Break Me," "This Way," and "Serve the
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Olivia Newton-John; and, in 1984, Jeffrey Osborne and Joyce Kennedy hit the Top 40 with another Barry composition, "The Last Time I Made Love", written
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released by Capitol. Heart Like a Wheel became Ronstadt's first album to hit the top spot on the Billboard Top 200 album chart and spent four weeks at number
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remixes EP, which charted at number 5 on the Irish Singles Chart and hit the top spot at number 1 on the UK Singles Chart. On 9 September 2012, Tulisa
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Record, which was certified gold, and Did I Shave My Back for This? which hit the top 20 on the country music charts. In 1997 Razor & Tie released the 2-CD
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singles from these albums, starting with "Barlow Girls". Eight of songs hit the Top 10 on at least one chart. Superchick's signature song, "Stand in the
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in United States recording history as a "one-hit wonder" who actually hit the Top 20 twice, in 1980 and 1989, with the same recording of the same song
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Female Vocalist after her 1965 debut album, Don't Take Advantage of Me, hit the top five on the country albums chart. However, Bonnie Owens had no further
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the United States when "My Kind of Girl" (1961) and "Walk Away" (1964) hit the Top 40. In 1966, following the death of Nat King Cole, EMI moved Monro from
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structure which allows them to be very strong jumpers. Vans can easily hit the top of a refrigerator from a cold start on the floor. They are slow to mature
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the 2014 film Queen, with additional voice by Arijit Singh, it again hit the top charts and became a superhit. "Man Kyun Behka Re" with Lata was also
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a number one hit with "Let Me Be Your Fantasy" by Baby D. Not having hit the top 75 upon original release two years earlier, the track achieved success
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recordings. He released 11 singles for ABC-Paramount, several which hit the Top 100 but just once entering the Top 40 ("Red Sails in the Sunset", 1963)
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June 21, 2007, and "Civil Twilight", the lead single from Reunion Tour, hit the top spot the week of November 15, 2007. As of 2009, "Civil Twilight" remains
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Torch followed in 1981, and Hello Big Man followed in 1983. In 1982, she hit the Top 10 in the U.K. with the Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards-produced single
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Originally meant to be a joke group, the trio has released singles that have hit the top 10 on both the Oricon and the Billboard Japan Hot 100 Singles. Shuchishin
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weekend of January 3/4, 2004. His final #1 was Outkast's "Hey Ya!", which hit the top of the chart on the weekend of December 13, 2003. On January 10, 2004
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new fanbase all over Latin-America and the U.S., with the title track hit the top spot and the top 10 in many charts along with Herida Mortal (Mortal Wound)
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from Bombs Away, "Midnight Wind" and "Lost Her in the Sun", would also hit the Top 40, making Stewart a sudden pop star at the age of 40. However, the follow-up
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side of "Secret of My Success". None of the chosen Big Life singles hit the top 40. "Secret of My Success" stalled just short of hit-single status at
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Sia gained her first number one when Cheap Thrills hit the top spot.
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but while soundtracks such as Doctor Zhivago and Fiddler on the Roof hit the Top 20, You Only Live Twice was less successful. Nancy Sinatra's single version
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released on September 27, 2005. The album spawned seven songs which hit the top 40 on the Christian Songs chart (with one hitting No. 1 and two others
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signed by Jive Records. The group's debut single, "Ring the Alarm," hit the top ten on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart in 1992, which sparked anticipation
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"Seasons in the Sun" which first reached number one at the end of 1999) hit the top spot, a UK charts record for most number ones in a calendar year. The
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the title track of the album itself. "Highwayman", a Jimmy Webb cover, hit the top of the country charts and was followed up by the Top 20 hit "Desperados
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thing moving was the second hand on the big clock, and then when it hit the top everybody started to move. It was very dramatic, that peace, that calm
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Gwen Stefani, and "Rich Girl" by Gwen Stefani featuring Eve, which hit the Top 10. He co-wrote four songs on The Eminem Show and eight songs on Eminem's
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who also sang lead on the recording alongside Marvin Junior), which hit the Top 5 of the R&B singles chart. It sold over one million copies, and was
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early 1980s. In 1983, his duet with Lacy J. Dalton, "It's A Dirty Job", hit the Top 30. His last trip into the Top 30 came that summer with the novelty song
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Through the Night, was released on 14 March 1980. Although the album hit the Top 15 in the UK, many early fans were turned off by the perception that
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the original on 2007-11-03. Retrieved 2007-11-09. "Soggy Bottom Boys Hit the Top at 35th CMA Awards". Retrieved 2007-11-08. "Reviews for OST by O Brother
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The HD2 station, called Kool 1-0-80s, showcased every song to ever hit the Top 40 in the 1980s.[citation needed] During summer 2011, the HD2 subchannel
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increased sales of the song, and it eventually topped the Hot 100 and hit the top ten in multiple other countries, including Canada, Ireland, and the United
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Male", and had been a UK No. 1 hit for Aswad in 1988. The cover version hit the top 5 in the US, UK, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Promotion for the album
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a rare feat for indie rock musicians and even more notable since it hit the Top Ten on the strength of downloads alone. She has been lauded in the press
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Labour would want. The IFS assesses the claim that tax rises will only hit the top 5% of earners, as "certainly progressive", but "clearly not true", with
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Cards The Woods (2012) as Moose In 1968, DJ-turned-singer Jim Lowe (who hit the top of the charts in 1956 with "The Green Door") recorded "Michael J. Pollard
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popularity peaked in August 1966, when "All or Nothing", their fifth single, hit the top of the UK charts. According to Marriott's mother Kay, he is said to have
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second single, "This Is How a Heart Breaks", went gold in the US and hit the top 50 in Australia. The third single, "Ever the Same", became a top five
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direction of the music, and after two heavily promoted singles failed to hit the top 40 on the UK charts. In Australia, the album was released and it peaked
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which was written by the Bee Gees. In 1968 "Cinderella Rockefella" hit the top of the charts in a number of countries including the UK. They performed
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Trancentral)", released in October 1990, reached #5 in the UK Singles Chart and hit the top-ten internationally. The follow-up, "3 a.m. Eternal (Live at the S.S
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Carole King's song from her album Tapestry. Both of those tracks also hit the top 20 on the US Dance charts and the UK Singles Chart. "I Feel the Earth
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States, D'Rivera's albums have received reviews from critics and have hit the top of the jazz charts. His albums have shown a progression that demonstrates
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people think is one of the greatest songs ever written you've not only hit the top of the mountain but you've stayed high on the mountain for a long time
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Person (1968). Between March 1964 and June 1965, four of Wilson's albums hit the Top 10 on Billboard's Top LPs chart. In 1963, "Tell Me The Truth" became
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their other singles. "Feeling" became one of their few singles to not hit the top spot on the music show charts.[citation needed] Their comeback album
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tribute to Hank Williams and Frizzell, written by Dallas Frazier. It hit the Top 40 in 1973. George Strait recorded a Sanger D. Shafer song called "Lefty's
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Joy. On its second week of release, "Tarde o Temprano - Late Edition" hit the top spots on the sales charts in the U.S. and the No. 1 spot in Puerto Rico
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US pop chart. The Fleetwoods continued recording into the 1960s. They hit the Top 10 again with a remake of Thomas Wayne's "Tragedy" in 1961. Though they
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Desnivel.com. Retrieved 21 January 2014. "Carlos Pauner is not sure if they hit the top of the Shisha Pangma (8,027)". lainformacion.com. 18 February 2016. "CCTV;
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important in launching the vocal cool movement of the 1950s, and it hit the Top 20 Charts, as did her third album, The Misty Miss Christy. In the 1950s
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worldwide and, as a result, his then 14 month old studio album Dangerous hit the top-ten on the album charts. Jackson discussed missing out on a normal childhood
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Motorsport 4. The Xbox 360 version did not chart, meaning it failed to hit the top 5. Of the top 5 selling Wii games in Japan, North America and the UK
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single, "Hell on the Heart", debuted in October 2009 and would also hit the top 10 in May 2010. The third single from "Carolina" was "Smoke a Little
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Masekela's Next Album, and the Baja Marimba Band's jazzy tango remake hit the top 100 in 1967. That same year, Cal Tjader covered it for his album Along
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1, as well as their biggest selling single to date. The second album hit the top five shortly thereafter. "Don't Wanna Let You Go" was released in early
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Haley's third and final million-selling single, although it did not hit the top of the American charts. Haley and the Comets re-recorded the song several
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hits continued throughout the 1970s, though as the decade wore on, she hit the top 40 less frequently. She had three top-20 hits in 1974, beginning with
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Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S., where it peaked at #13. The single also hit the Top 10 in Canada, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Norway
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becoming Teresa's signature song. Another novelty song, "Choo'n Gum", hit the top 20 in 1950, followed by "Molasses, Molasses". Although she preferred
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September 1972. The accompanying album, Bitter Sweet, became their first to hit the Top 10 on the R&B album chart; its follow-up, 1973's Afrodisiac, featured
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by Ten City. Between 1999 and 2002 she scored six hits in a row that hit the top two. Five of those went to number one: "Unspeakable Joy", "Missing You"
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the No. 25 hit "Remember What I Told You to Forget", and their biggest hit, the Top 10 Pop/No. 1 R&B smash "It Only Takes a Minute", which was later successfully
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Guardian, Four Tops singer Duke Fakir said: Eddie realised that when Levi hit the top of his vocal range, it sounded like someone hurting, so he made him sing
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pop-oriented, featuring fewer compositions by the band. The record quickly hit the top of the charts, winning Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards over the
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1–0 win over Hearts at Celtic Park, a tremendous 25-yard strike which hit the top corner. His performances during December earned him the Scottish Premier
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except that they were probably from Ohio or Pennsylvania; "Say There" hit the Top 20 at WCOL in Columbus, Ohio, and made the Top 30 at KQV in Pittsburgh
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positive reviews by music critics, experienced international success and hit the top ten in over two dozen countries around the world, going to number one
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number one hit in the United States on its initial release in 1978. It hit the top on 5 August 1978, ending the seven-week reign of "Shadow Dancing" by
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the top 10 hit singles "Truth Untold" and "Eat My Brain". "Satisfied" hit the top 20. "Mercy to Go" and "Smokescreen" also charted. "Eat My Brain" later
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professional recordings (2011 and 2012) on the Flying Horse Records label hit the top 50 of the JazzWeek charts. The Flying Horse Big Band is under the direction
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Shoals with R&B producer Rick Hall. Under Hall's guidance, the Osmonds hit the top spot on the pop chart with "One Bad Apple" in 1971. The song, "One Bad
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setting several records upon arrival. Underwood is the first woman to hit the top of the Billboard 200 chart with four country albums. Cry Pretty's debut
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charts but in the rest of the world, the first single "How Do You Do!", hit the top 5 in most European and South American countries. The album Tourism also
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1964 million-selling record "Chapel of Love", "People Say", and "Iko Iko". The group hit the top of the charts in 1964 with "Chapel of Love," a song that Phil Spector
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number-one on the R&B singles chart, becoming Joe Tex's third release to hit the top spot. "A Sweet Woman Like You" was exemplary Southern soul with its rough-hewn
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released three tracks since 2002. "No Reason" was their debut single, which hit the top spot in all the Hype/Buzz charts that Summer and was featured in the
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including the UK where it reached the Top 20, as well as Germany, where it hit the Top 10.[citation needed] Hart is known for her "visceral", "gritty", "soaring"
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Bozzo and later David Sikes. First single "I Must be Dreaming" failed to hit the Top 40, peaking at No. 52, with the album peaking at No. 60 on the Billboard
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Jackson-penned Diana Ross song "Muscles". As a solo artist, Palmer has hit the Top 10 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with the songs "Hide U" (originally
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suplex attempt into a bulldog. Page climbed the turnbuckles but Duggan hit the top rope, causing Page to fall onto the top turnbuckle. After knocking Page's
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related to Norton Records, Brooklyn, New York) that "The Chosen Few" hit the Top Ten locally in Boston and enabled him to perform this song on "American
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released singles from Yes, "Love etc" and "Did You See Me Coming?", both hit the top spot on the US Dance Chart, their ninth and tenth No. 1s on that chart
Get Closer (Linda Ronstadt album) (1,179 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
video, "Get Closer" peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hit the Top 20 in Cash Box magazine. It garnered considerable airplay on AOR (Album-Oriented
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center. In the third he just missed when his long drive to left center hit the top of the fence and came back for a triple. In the sixth he beat out an
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Gold", and his early signature tune "Don't Ask Me Questions", which hit the Top 40 in the UK Singles Chart. Establishing a recording career in early
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recorded by Sam Cooke, becoming the second and final Ahbez composition to hit the Top 40. In 1959, he began recording instrumental music, which combined his
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number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in March and the album hit the TOP FIVE of the Latin albums chart. Shortly after his death, his band "Los
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two Top 40 singles; the jazzy and sensual "You Belong to Me", which hit the Top 10 on both the Pop and Adult Contemporary charts, and "Devoted to You"
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number 1 on 22 September 1966, whereas "Green, Green Grass of Home" hit the top spot on 1 December 1966 and so includes three weeks at No. 1 during 1967
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gold lamé, together at last! — were cartoonish". In April 1990 the song hit the Top 40. It also secured a Best R&B Song and a Best Rap Solo Performance in
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number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in March and the album hit the TOP FIVE of the Latin albums chart. Shortly after his death, his band "Los
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peaking at No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1958. It also hit the Top Ten on the regional LA charts. The single's B side consisted of a song
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2017. In the Bedroom at Box Office Mojo "Top Grossing Movies That Never Hit the Top 10 at the Box Office". Boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved 22 August 2017. "In
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reached number 29 in the UK charts, making it Numan’s first new single to hit the Top 40 since "No More Lies" with Shakatak’s Bill Sharpe in 1988. In the United
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earned a penalty in the second half. Viduka took the spot kick, only to hit the top bar. However Tim Cahill scored of the rebound. Viduka also led Australia's
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courageous, to follow her path. From then on, every song she had released hit the top of the charts: “Au, Au” (1977), “Simpatija” (1978), "Sexy dama" (1978)
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to Arrows EP (Koch Records) Their song "A Thousand Winters Melting" hit the Top 15 on the U.S. Contemporary Christian Music chart in April 2008. "A Clean
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the ballad "On and On", which received considerable radio airplay and hit the Top 20 of the UK Singles Chart. In April 1996 the band released their debut
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Up" (#9, also No. 89 on the singles chart). The album went Gold and hit the Top 60. For the Dangerous Age tour, the band were augmented by Larry Oakes
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in August, while a third Dorsey/Sinatra release, 'It's Always You,' hit the Top Five later in the year, and a fourth, 'I'll Be Seeing You', reached the
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in country music; for the next four years, every single he released hit the top ten, with ten reaching No. 1, including "There Stands the Glass" (1953)
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Cleared for departure on Runway 16 at Sydney, the underside of VH-TJA hit the top of the fin of CP Air DC-8-63 (CF-CPQ) which had failed to clear the active
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and Senglea. During the bombardment of the fort, a cannon misfired and hit the top of its parapet, sending shards in all directions. Debris from the impact
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out there dancing. All of a sudden, all you could hear was, hip hop hit the top don't stop. It's kids - to a great extent mixed-up and confused - reaching
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became a hit on US Pop and R&B, the EP gained commercial success and hit the top 20 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums, although peaked lower at 49 on the
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including her 1967 debut single "Ride, Ride, Ride", as well as her first big hit, the top 5 "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)" (also in 1967). Liz and Lynn had
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her single "Malibu" written by Cyrus and produced by Oren. The song hit the top 10 after its second week on the Billboard Hot 100. He was also the main
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success of the first album came as a surprise to the label. As the album hit the top 40 of the Finnish charts, Nightwish started their tour The First Tour
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He later released the single "Send Nudes" on August 24, 2016 which hit the top ten on the iTunes hip-hop charts. He released his fourth single of 2016
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hit weak points in the tank's armor or gain sufficient elevation to hit the top armor. Armor upgrades include reactive armor on the sides of the tank
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tour in promotion of the album near that time. The song "Love Is Here" hit the Top 20 on the U.S. Contemporary Christian Music chart, and reached No. 3
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film Blackboard Jungle and became the first rock and roll recording to hit the top of the American charts. Subsequently the song was performed on TV many
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platinum by the RIAA. "A Milli", "Got Money", and "Mrs. Officer" all hit the top 20 on the Hot 100 and attained platinum certifications from the RIAA
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including Pitbull's Global Warming and Kesha's Warrior that have each hit the top ten of Billboard 200. Pitbull and Kesha each have achieved many top ten
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for the first time on the week of February 28, 2009. The album also hit the top of Canadian Top Country Albums, and also peaked at #2 in Billboard Top
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"Living for the City" won the Grammy for Best R&B Song. After Talking Book hit the top 5 of the Billboard albums chart in early 1973 and achieved steady sales
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charts with the dance-pop/funk single "Love's Comin' At Ya", which also hit the top 20 in the UK (on EMI America EA 146) and became a sizable hit in some
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described the song as "the weirdest and most gripping British record to hit the top yet", with Leyton's vocal "clutching at your sleeve, desperate to tell
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bubbles inside is shown with a rock intro, then the words CHAT STEW hit the top, cracking it. The introduction is voiced by producer Kelly Andrews (who
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The single entered the Billboard chart on August 3 and it would then hit the Top 40 on August 17 at the number 28 position. After the single had been
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Jim Sundberg. Sundberg drilled a high drive toward right field that hit the top of the fence and bounced high in the air, landing in play next to Jesse
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on the Catwalk". Sparkle in the Rain topped the charts in the UK and hit the Top 20 in several other countries (including Canada, where it reached No
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the charts in France, New Zealand, Switzerland and South Africa and hit the Top 5 in Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Rhodesia (all in 1975)
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her solo single "No Charge" topped the Hot Country Singles chart and hit the top-forty of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the biggest solo hit of her
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single "Let Me Hold You", published by Cooltempo, in 1985. The single hit the Top 40 on the UK Dance Chart. In 1990, she was credited for the track "Zombie
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in Canada. It peaked at number four in the United Kingdom, and also hit the top ten in other international markets. The song was number three in the
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progressed, however also have their own recording careers. They first hit the top 20 with their 1995 cover "Always (Something There to Remind Me)". It
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The HD2 station, called Kool 1-0-80s, showcased every song to ever hit the Top 40 in the 1980s. During summer 2011, the HD2 subchannel changed its programming
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song is also the first song to chart on the mainstream rock charts and hit the top 10 of the Hot 100 since Shinedown's "Second Chance" in 2009. Credits
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16, 2006. It peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot 100 and hit the top twenty in ten other countries. "Long Way 2 Go" was released as the second
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album, Russell became conversationally fluent in French. The single also hit the Top 20 in Australia, reaching No. 14. Finding the electronic equipment that
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tough conditions, against quality batsmen with short boundaries and he hit the top of off-stump and showed us how well he could bat ...He's going to be
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Without Really Trying, Hello, Dolly!, and Fiddler on the Roof. They hit the top of the charts with Hair in 1968. During this time it also released five
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"Theme from A Summer Place" and Acker Bilk's 1962 "Stranger on the Shore" hit the top of the charts during this era). WMGM was overall more up-tempo than the
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this damper should not be drastic. While none of the songs here will hit the top performance brackets, they fit the picture’s theme and the voices of
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"Centipede". All of the singles made it onto the U.K. top 100, but none hit the top 40. However, the EP's second single, "Bonfire", peaked at number 18 on
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and dance group Roo'ra. Lee debuted with mix group Roo'ra in 1993 and hit the top with popular song Angel Without The Wing and Three!Four!. In late 1990s
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Blood)"; The song also samples Reid's 1989 single "One Blood". The song hit the top of the billboards and it was also included in the video game Def Jam:
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Evans. He was, at the time, the biggest name in show business, having hit the top of the singles charts five times, and topping the album charts twice
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on the Easy Listening chart. In Canada, it peaked at No. 34 pop and hit the top ten on the Adult Contemporary chart. In the Netherlands, "This Is Your
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of Boyband – a radio station stunt – three weeks before Matt Saunoa hit the top. While these singers got to high places, there were many wannabe applicants
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or UK charts, although in Canada "Stick It Where The Sun Don't Shine" hit the top 40. Nick the Knife is notable for being one of only two Lowe solo albums
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released their 2nd single 'Tie Up My Hands' A video clip of the song hit the top spot on the now defunct Triple j TV and became a favourite on the station
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there it became airborne while still inside the aircraft. The cargo hit the top of the cargo door on the way out, making it clear that the Y-8 could
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bombs. In 1967, she recorded "It Hurts To Say Goodbye", a song which hit the top 10 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart. Vera Lynn was the subject of
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released August 25, 2009 on Atlantic Records. The digital-only release hit the top 10 on iTunes' "Top Albums" chart, despite only being available in a digital
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managed to snatch a win at Fuji Speedway. Unfortunately, they would not hit the top-5 again, eventually taking eighth place in the championship. Based in
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Sutton United 0". BBC. 29 April 2017. Retrieved 29 April 2017. "U's hit the top - report, photos & Dos's reaction - Sutton United Football Club". Sutton
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Global Top 50 chart in Spotify and became the first song in Portuguese to hit the top 20 on that chart on December 20, 2017. In 2019, Tropkillaz announced
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Variante Bassa corner at 225 km/h (140 mph), launching him into the air. He hit the top of the tyre barrier, and was knocked unconscious by an impact measured
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50,000). Alban's third album Look Who's Talking!, released in 1994, hit the top 10 in numerous markets including Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The
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ten hits including 14 number one singles, 11 top 5 albums, 7 of which hit the top spot and have collectively sold over 44 million copies around the world
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Galaxip can only fire a single shot on-screen, and must wait for it to hit the top before being able to fire another, due to limitations of the hardware
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Single was released on digital download on January 10, 2010, quickly hit the top of the Mexican and Latin American radio. The song is about the fear people
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successfully to the R&B chart where it peaked at number twenty-nine and hit the top forty in the United Kingdom where it peaked at number thirty-three and
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film, Ghost in the Shell, in Japan, the United States, and Europe. It hit the top of the US Billboard video charts in 1996, the first anime video ever
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would burn up in the atmosphere as planned. Six minutes before they hit the top of the atmosphere, the crew saw the Moon rising above the Earth's horizon
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and the Comets became the first undisputably rock and roll record to hit the top of the Billboard charts ""Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" Is Most-Played
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number 5, and went on to see a global release (including Japan where it hit the top of the record chart). A promotional support tour for boy band Five provided
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hits with "Zabadak!", which reached #1, and "The Legend of Xanadu", and hit the top 30 with "Break Out"—a song that didn't chart in any other country. In
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top ten in the Netherlands, Hungary, Sweden and Switzerland. It also hit the top twenty charts in Australia, Austria, China, Czech Republic and Wallonia
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She recorded a remake of the Chiffons 1963 hit "He's So Fine", which hit the top 5 on the country chart and No. 53 on the pop chart that summer, garnering
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Definition of a Boombastic Jazz Style", and "Ludi". The first two singles hit the Top 20 in the UK, while in their own country, the album went gold and collected
Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture (2,305 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
to You" and "Sandy" all became top three hits. The soundtrack album hit the top of the charts in the U.S. during the summer of 1978, replacing The Rolling
2011 American League Division Series (3,218 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
with an RBI double that was reviewed by instant replay after the ball hit the top of the wall near the boundary line. In the next inning, the Yankees scored
Caesars Palace (8,904 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
(43 m) over the fountains. ABC came in to film the jump, in which Knievel hit the top of the safety ramp after the jump and flew over his handlebars into the
Jérémy Chatelain (605 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Laisse-moi ("Leave Me", in English), which sold over 170,000 copies and hit the Top 10 of the French Top 50 Singles Chart. His second single, Belle Histoire
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he signed a new two-year contract extension. On 29 August 2009, Alex hit the top score in the Pro40 2009, 150 off 102 balls for Nottinghamshire against
Garage rock (18,510 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
July 31, 2020. Mastropolo, Frank (October 2, 2015). "How the McCoys' Hit the Top of the Charts With 'Hang on Sloopy'". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved
Lastings Milledge (1,947 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
home run of the season in the 4th inning. However, the ball actually hit the top of the left field wall in PNC Park and bounced back into play. As Milledge
Softball (15,618 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
ball reaches the plate, the pitch drops, trying to force the batter to hit the top of the ball. This should result in the batter missing or hitting a groundball
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with You" was a hit in France where it reached #16. The single also hit the Top 20 in Australia, reaching #14. The second single from the album was "Young
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Será" (You Will Always Be), which was performed previously in Malhação, hit the top of Brazilian charts, and won the Faustão's The Best of the Year award
Rock Around the Clock (4,311 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
"Rock Around the Clock" became the first rock and roll recording to hit the top of Billboard's Pop charts, a feat it repeated on charts around the world
Mylène Farmer (5,172 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
consecutive decades. The following singles, "Bleu Noir" and "Lonely Lisa", hit the top of the charts too, expanding her record with twelve No. 1 singles. The
Helen Baylor (594 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
gospel recording on Word Records in 1990 and her first five albums all hit the Top Ten of the U.S. Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart, with the most successful
Walk This Way (4,045 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
the guitar. "Walk This Way" was one of two hit singles by the band to hit the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the 1970s, the other one being a re-release
Operation Snow White (5,595 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article
with no success, Meisner was getting upset. In frustration, Meisner hit the top of Zuravin's door, which popped right open. The three Scientologists
The Skyliners (1,237 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
were best known for their 1958 hit, "Since I Don't Have You". They also hit the Top 40 with "This I Swear" and "Pennies from Heaven". Other classics include
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any Billboard airplay chart since June and July 1997, when "Whatever" hit the top 10 on the Rhythmic, R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop charts