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The No. 1 Hit on the day you were born.

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Enter your date of birth (or any other date for that matter!) to discover what was at Number One at any week in the past 60 years.

You'll also see a list of eminent musicians who share your special day.
# Please note: The singles chart wasn't born until Nov 1952
# We have used sheet music charts prior to 1952, from the post-WWII era.
# Album charts did not exist until late 1956.

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
#3
Cool, The Police - Message in a Bottle was number 1 the day I was born, quality record to boot :)

Mike..
#4
Tom Jones - "Green Grass Of Home" :oops:
#6
Jennifer Rush - "The Power Of Love"

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#7
Nice link taasda, good fun. :)
#8
Mine, The New Seekers - "I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" Anyone for a Coke? :p
#9
[SIZE=2]Mary Hopkin - "Those Were The Days"[/SIZE]
Never heard of it but share my birthday with Pavarotti and Rick Parfitt [SIZE=2]:-D[/SIZE]
#10
Starship - "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" for me
#11
Don't forget my Birthday folks!

On 13th Feb 1957 ...
The Number 1 single was:
Guy Mitchell - "Singing The Blues" / Frankie Vaughan - "The Garden Of Eden"
The Number 1 album was:
Original Soundtracks - "The King And I / High Society"
#12
Yeah!!!!! Suzi Quattro 'Devil Gate Drive'!!! Cool
#13
The Number 1 single was:
Abba - "Mamma Mia"

The Number 1 album was:
Roy Orbison - "The Best Of Roy Orbison"




not to bad, I suppose :whistling:
#14
The Number 1 single was:
Anita Ward - "Ring My Bell"
Hmmmm
#15
Mine was Lena Martell - "One Day At A Time"

Was hoping for one i actually like!
#16
The number one album was 'The sound of music'

Julie Andrews and co running up and down mountains whilst avoiding nazis.

Still,as least the hills were alive!!:-D
#17
hottoshop
Nice link taasda, good fun. :)


Thank you but you forgot to put your No. one in. :-D

Mine is :-
The Number 1 single was:
Doris Day � Mel Torme - "Bewitched (Bothered and Bewildered)"
For Number 1 single over the subsequent years Click Here

The Number 1 album was:
Nothing - "The album chart did not begin until the end of July 1956"
For Number 1 album over the subsequent years Click Here


Born on 12th Jul:
1943 - Christine McVie ( keyboard player, vocalist, Chicken Shack / Fleetwood Mac )
1947 - Wilko Johnson ( guitarist, Dr Feelgood )
1949 - John Wetton ( bassist, vocalist, King Crimson / Roxy Music / Asia )
1952 - Liz Mitchell ( vocalist, Boney M )
1984 - Gareth Gates

Obviously a mistake here.:whistling:
#18
Just for you taasda (btw I think mine threw up the same error, lmao)

The Number 1 single was:
Nat 'King' Cole - "Unforgettable"
For Number 1 single over the subsequent years Click Here

The Number 1 album was:
Nothing - "The album chart did not begin until the end of July 1956"
For Number 1 album over the subsequent years Click Here


Born on 26th Apr:
1938 - Duane Eddy
1944 - Giorgio Moroder ( producer )
1960 - Roger Taylor ( drummer, Duran Duran / Arcadia )
1970 - Tionne Watkins ( aka T-Boz, vocalist, TLC )
1982 - Jonathan Lee ( vocalist, S Club 7 )
#19
Doris Day � Mel Torme - "Bewitched (Bothered and Bewildered)"

1940 !!!!!

Whooopeeeee, smeone older than me !!
#20
hottoshop
Doris Day � Mel Torme - "Bewitched (Bothered and Bewildered)"

1940 !!!!!

Whooopeeeee, smeone older than me !!


Not 1940 - try again.
Duane Eddy

That brings back loads of memories though and all good ones.:-D
#21
My computer refuses to search back before 1940 , sorry. hehehe









Ok 1940 was when the song was written. 1949 is the year we're looking for then ??
#22
hottoshop
My computer refuses to search back before 1940 , sorry. hehehe









Ok 1940 was when the song was written. 1949 is the year we're looking for then ??


My apologies but the number keys are not working on my keyboard. Close though.:whistling:
#23
LOL we'll leave it at that then :)
#24
The Number 1 single was:
Tom Jones - "Green Grass Of Home"

The Number 1 album was:
Original Soundtrack - "The Sound Of Music"



Born on 15th Jan:
1893 - Ivor Novello ( songwriter; prestigious annual British song writing award named after him )
1941 - Don Van Vliet ( found fame as Captain Beefheart )
1947 - Pete Waterman ( producer; one third of the production team Stock, Aitken and Waterman )
#25
[SIZE=2]Single: The Foundations - "Baby Now That I've Found You"

Album: [/SIZE][SIZE=2]Beatles - "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

Excellent link taasda :thumbsup:
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#26
The Number 1 single was:
Adam & The Ants - "Prince Charming"

The Number 1 album was:
Meat Loaf - "Dead Ringer"

Born on 17th Sep:
1923 - Hank Williams ( deceased )
1968 - John Penney ( vocalist, Neds Atomic Dustbin )
1969 - Adam Devlin ( guitarist, The Bluetones )
1969 - Keith Flint ( vocalist, The Prodigy )
1973 - Anastacia ( full name Anastacia Newkirk )


HaHa me and Flinty... all together now...

Im a firestarter, twisted firestarter.
Youre the firestarter, twisted firestarter.

Though i prefer the contraversial song where he sings about abusing his female dog...
#27
In 1983 ...

The Number 1 single was:
The Flying Pickets - "Only You"

The Number 1 album was:
Various artist compilation (EMI/Virgin) - "Now, That's What I Call Music"

Born on 18th Dec:
1938 - Chas Chandler ( bassist, The Animals; deceased )
1943 - Keith Richards ( guitarist, vocalist; The Rolling Stones )
1950 - Martha Johnson ( of Martha And The Muffins )
1953 - Elliot Easton ( guitarist, vocalist, The Cars )
1958 - Geordie Walker ( Guitarist, Killing Joke )
1959 - Grant Marshall ( aka Daddy-G, Massive Attack )
1964 - Robson Green ( vocalist / actor )
1968 - Andy Miller ( guitarist, Dodgy )
1980 - Christina Aguilera
1980 - Lyndsay Armaou ( vocalist, B*Witched )
#28
The Number 1 single was:
Culture Club - "Karma Chameleon"
For Number 1 single over the subsequent years Click Here

The Number 1 album was:
Genesis - "Genesis"
For Number 1 album over the subsequent years Click Here

1955 - David Lee Roth ( vocalist; solo vocalist and with Van Halen )
1955 - Midge Ure ( guitarist, vocalist, Slik / Ultravox; masterminded Band Aid with Bob Geldoff )
1958 - Tanya Tucker ( country vocalist )
1959 - Kirsty Maccoll ( vocalist; deceased )
1961 - Martin Kemp ( bassist, Spandau Ballet )
1973 - Scott Morriss ( bassist, The Bluetones )

Could be better :giggle:

Plus the fact that the song just came on Radio two (i have to listen - work)
#29
lumoruk;1492920
[QUOTE=birdyboyuk]In 1983 ...

The Number 1 single was:
The Flying Pickets - "Only You"

Might want to remove the actual DATE can keep the year for security reasons mate :thumbsup:


Thanks for the concern, but DOB is in my profile too!

But i'll remove it anyway, lol
#30
Adamski - "Killer"


whatever that is...
#31
Adamski - Killer. If you don't know it you need to go and DL it. Seal singing his first song.
Absolute classic!
#32
[SIZE=2][COLOR=#ff6600]The Number 1 single was:[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Tommy Roe - "Dizzy"[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2][COLOR=#ff6600]The Number 1 album was:[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Bob Dylan - "Nashville Skyline"[/SIZE]


[SIZE=2][COLOR=#ff6600]Born on 6th Jun:[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]1936 - Levi Stubbs ( vocalist, The Four Tops )[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]1939 - Gary U.S. Bonds[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]1960 - Steve Vai ( guitarist, Frank Zappa / Whitesnake )[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]1961 - D.C. Lee ( female vocalist, solo and with The Style Council )[/SIZE]
#33
The number 1 when I was born was by Cilla Black...........I really don't care about anything else, that is the naffest thing I've ever found out about meself LOL
#34
I think I struck lucky (though not the best of his songs!) and I love Ben Folds and Barry White!!! :thumbsup:

The Number 1 single was:
Stevie Wonder - "I Just Called To Say I Love You"

The Number 1 album was:
Various artist compilation (Virgin/EMI) - "Now, That's What I Call Music III"

Born on 12th Sep:
1944 - Barry White ( the 'walrus of love' (deceased) )
1966 - Ben Folds ( vocalist, pianist, Ben Folds Five )
#35
On 12th May 1985 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Paul Hardcastle - "19" WHO??????
For Number 1 single over the subsequent years Click Here

The Number 1 album was:
Various artist compilation (CBS/WEA) - "The Hits Album 2/The Hits Tape 2"
For Number 1 album over the subsequent years Click Here


Born on 12th May:
1928 - Burt Bacharach ( songwriter )
1942 - Ian Dury ( lead singer with Ian Dury & The Blockheads; deceased )
1944 - Billy Swan
1944 - James Purify ( half of duo James & Bobby Purify )
1948 - Steve Winwood ( vocalist, keyboard player; solo and with The Spencer Davis Group / Traffic )
1959 - Billy Duffy ( guitarist, The Cult )
#36
The Number 1 single was:
Elton John & Kiki Dee - "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"


The Number 1 album was:
Beach Boys - "20 Golden Greats"



Born on 25th Jul:
1942 - Bruce Woodley ( vocalist, The Seekers )
1943 - Jim McCarty ( drummer, The Yardbirds )
1946 - Jose Chepito Areas ( percussionist, Santana )

what a load of cack
#37
Mine was the song from Fame and the Fame soundtrack lol
#38
Oh my god the number one on mine was

"the chicken song" - i kid you not

just youtubed it - what a load of rubbish
#39
for any one who may want to watch it the link is here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njez8hs5O4s
#40
lumoruk
Guys you lot okay with posting your birth date online? just need your addresses now... you've all put born on and listed the people born on that day, I realise by supplying the number one you narrow it down to a week but to give the actual date balmy!


Don't worry me pm me for my credit card details and address and anything else you may need or want :p

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