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Which is the most playable No.1 from 1994  

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Whilst Wet, wet, wet made the top spot damp from their "Love is all around" cover being No.1 for a 15 week epic, 14 other artists still managed to get a word in edgeways at the apex of the charts.


East 17's "Stay another day" held the top spot for 5 weeks, with D:reams "Things can only get better", Mariah Careys cover of Neilsons "Without you", Whigfields "Saturday night" (de de dah dah dah), and Pato Banton's: Baby come back (with a bit of UB40 stylee help) all managing 4 weeks each in the cherished position.


And just when you thought things couldnt get worse than Whigfield, along came a group called Doop, with a track called Doop...(and it was total doop) managing 3 weeks at No1.


Having a No1 for 2 weeks proved to be nothing much to sing about, with Chaka Demus and Pliers (Twist and shout), Take that (Everything changes), Prince (The most beautiful girl in the world), Manchester United 1994 Football squad, Take That (again)(Sure) and Baby D: (Let me be your fantasy) all managing it.


Just making a brief appearence for just one week, in the numero uno placing, were Stiltskin, with "Inside" and Tony Di Bart with "Real Thing"


I've got a sneaky feeling that this might be a landslide victory...well, maybe a 2 horse race, but...cast your vote...

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hard on this,,,


fave tune on the list is Baby D but it was arround a long time before it charted in 94 also I would play wigfield more often at your typical wedding gig...


Dream was a top tune untill it was stolen for some political promotional type thing.


Tony Dbart the one hit wonder is an all time 10 ten fave tune also...


Showing my age a bit now I think


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QUOTE (Gary @ Jul 4 2005, 12:03 PM)
Mariah Careys cover of Neilsons "Without you",

Not so much a cover, as a massacre. http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/014.gif


Just as well she waited until Nilsson was dead before she recorded it (even though his version was also a cover).


I'd have to vote for "Saturday Night" as I still play it often.





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Can't remember 1994 http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/laugh.gif


Whigfield was worth the money I paid for the CD, Played it on aleast three different occasions http://www.dj-forum.co.uk/html//emoticons/tongue.gif

D:Ream still gets played very ocassionally too, and The Wets, apart from those, nothing really.

.....but what do I know ?




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