Wich song/album was #1 when you were born.

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http://www.everyhit.com/dates/index.html

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Wich song and album were moast popular when you were born.


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The Number 1 single was:
Europe - "The Final Countdown"
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On 18th Mar 1985 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Philip Bailey (duet with Phil Collins) - "Easy Lover"

The Number 1 album was:
Phil Collins - "No Jacket Required"
 
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On 8th Sep 1990 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Bombalurina - "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"
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The Number 1 album was:
Carreras Domingo Pavarotti Orchestra Del Maggio Musical Fiorentino Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma Zubin Mehta - "In Concert"
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Born on 8th Sep:
1897 - Jimmie Rodgers ( first real country music star; deceased )
1925 - Peter Sellers ( vocalist and Goon )
1932 - Patsy Cline ( deceased )
1945 - Kelly Groucutt ( bassist, vocalist, Electric Light Orchestra )
1945 - Ron Mckernan ( organist, The Grateful Dead; deceased )


Are we missing your favourite star's birthday? If so, you can add it here!

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On 25th Apr 1990 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Madonna - "Vogue"
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The Number 1 album was:
Carpenters - "Only Yesterday - Richard & Karen Carpenter's Greatest Hits"
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The Number 1 single was:
Whitney Houston - "I Want To Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)"

The Number 1 album was:
Simple Minds - "Live In The City Of Light"

Born on 2nd Jun:
1941 - Charlie Watts ( drummer, The Rolling Stones )
1941 - William Guest ( The Pips )
1950 - Chubby Tavares ( Tavares )
1960 - Tony Hadley ( vocalist, Spandau Ballet )
1970 - B-Real ( real name Louis Freeze; vocalist, Cypress Hill )

I think I win. Cracked up Whitney for the win!
 
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On 25th Dec 1981 ...

The Number 1 single was:
The Human League - "Don't You Want Me"
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The Number 1 album was:
Abba - "The Visitors"
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Born on 25th Dec:
1937 - O'Kelly Isley ( of The Isley Brothers; deceased )
1940 - Pete Brown ( lyricist for Cream )
1944 - Kenny Everett ( vocalist, radio and TV presenter; deceased )
1954 - Annie Lennox ( vocalist, The Tourists / Eurythmics )
1954 - Robin Campbell ( guitarist, vocalist, UB40 )
1957 - Shane McGowan ( guitarist, lead vocalist, The Pogues )
1971 - Noel Hogan ( guitarist, The Cranberries )
1971 - Dido ( full name Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong )

Great. All I got worthwhile was being born on the same day as Pete Brown and Annie Lennox :p
 
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On 19th Mar 1988 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Kylie Minogue - "I Should Be So Lucky"

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The Number 1 album was:
Terence Trent D'Arby - "Introducing The Hardline According To Terence Trent D'Arby"

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Born on 19th Mar:
1946 - Ruth Pointer ( the Pointer Sisters )
1952 - Derek Longmuir ( Bay City Rollers )
1953 - Ricky Wilson ( guitarist, The B52's )
1955 - Bruce Willis ( vocalist/actor )

I get Bruce Willis. Awesome.
 
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Ups i forgot the who was born guys ^^

Born on 13th Dec:
1940 - Tony Gomez ( of The Foundations )
1948 - Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter ( guitarist, Doobie Brothers / Steely Dan )
1948 - Ted Nugent
1954 - Steve Forbert
1975 - Tom Delonge ( Guitarist, Blink 182 )

Cool i got Tom
"Hey Mark!!"
 
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On 4th Dec 1987 ...

The Number 1 single was:
T'Pau - "China In Your Hand"
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The Number 1 album was:
Various artist compilation (EMI/Virgin) - "Now That's What I Call Music 10"
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Born on 4th Dec:
1940 - John Cale ( bassist, viola player, keyboard player, guitarist; solo and with Velvet Underground )
1942 - Chris Hillman ( bassist, vocalist, The Byrds / Flying Burrito Brothers )
1944 - Dennis Wilson ( drummer, vocalist, The Beach Boys; deceased )
1948 - Southside Johnny ( vocalist, harmonica, Southside Johnny & The Asburry Dukes )
1951 - Gary Rossington ( guitarist, Lynyrd Skynyrd )
 
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On 6th Oct 1985 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Jennifer Rush - "The Power Of Love"


The Number 1 album was:
Kate Bush - "Hounds Of Love"


October 6th was a day of love, I guess.
 
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Not one i was expecting

The Number 1 single was:
The Simpsons - "Do The Bartman"

The Number 1 album was:
Queen - "Innuendo"
 
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September 30th, 1990.

top album:Carreras Domingo Pavarotti Orchestra Del Maggio Musical Fiorentino Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma Zubin Mehta - "In Concert"

lol and the top song: Maria McKee - "Show Me Heaven"


never even heard of them.
 
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On 9th Mar 1989 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Jason Donovan - "Too Many Broken Hearts"
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The Number 1 album was:
Simply Red - "A New Flame"
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Born on 9th Mar:
1946 - Jim Cregan ( ****ney Rebel )
1948 - Jeffrey Osborne
1958 - Martin Fry ( vocalist, ABC )

So that must be why girls brake my heart so much :(.
 
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On 6th June 1984 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Wham! - "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go

The Number 1 album was:
Bob Marley & The Wailers - "Legend - The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers"

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Well a trippy pop culture song, and a cool smoke out album... I guess I got even.
 
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On 9th Apr 1989 ...

The Number 1 single was:
The Bangles - "Eternal Flame"
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The Number 1 album was:
Deacon Blue - "When The World Knows Your Name"
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Born on 9th Apr:
1932 - Carl Perkins ( vocalist, guitarist; deceased )
1946 - Les Gray ( vocalist, Mud; deceased )
1948 - Phillip Wright ( Paper Lace )
1978 - Rachel Stevens ( vocalist, formerly with S Club 7 )
 
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On 6th Feb 1991 ...

The Number 1 single was:
The K.L.F. featuring Children of The Revolution - "3AM Eternal"
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The Number 1 album was:
Jesus Jones - "Doubt"
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Born on 6th Feb:
1941 - Dave Berry
1945 - Bob Marley ( vocalist , guitarist, Bob Marley & The Wailers (deceased) )
1950 - Mike Batt ( prolific songwriter; vocalist, solo and with The Wombles )
1950 - Natalie Cole ( vocalist, daughter of Nat 'King' Cole )
1962 - Axl Rose ( vocalist, Guns N' Roses )
1966 - Rick Astley

HELL YEAH! MARLEY AND AXL ROSE!

No wonder i'm such a stoner.. xD
 
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Ahhh, i forgot the b-days too:

Born on 25th Apr:
1918 - Ella Fitzgerald ( jazz vocalist; deceased )
1933 - Jerry Leiber ( Half of Leiber & Stoller; songwriting team for the likes of Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard, Buddy Holly and The Monkees )
1943 - Tony Christie
1945 - Bjorn Ulvaeus ( guitarist, vocalist, Abba )
1958 - Fish ( real name Derek ****; vocalist; solo and with Marillion )
1964 - Andy Bell ( vocalist, Erasure )
1965 - Simon Fowler ( vocalist, Ocean Colour Scene )


Only one I know is Ella Fitzgerald XD....
 
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I cant believe it

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On 21st Dec 1990 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Vanilla Ice - "Ice Ice Baby"

haha
 
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On 17th Jun 1986 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Doctor & The Medics - "Spirit In The Sky"
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The Number 1 album was:
Genesis - "Invisible Touch"
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Born on 17th Jun:
1942 - Norman Kuhlke ( The Swinging Blue Jeans )
1944 - Chris Spedding ( guitarist and vocalist )
1946 - Barry Manilow
1958 - Jello Biafra ( real name Eric Boujet; vocalist, Dead Kennedys )
1965 - Richard Hynd ( drummer, Texas )
1983 - Lee Ryan ( vocalist, Blue )
 
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On 13th May 1990 ...

The Number 1 single was:
Adamski - "Killer"

The Number 1 album was:
Carpenters - "Only Yesterday - Richard & Karen Carpenter's Greatest Hits"
 

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