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Fun thread - What song was #1 on the day you were born

Dr_Evil

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Let's see what kind of music assortment we get. What was the number one song the day you were born? I guess if your country doesn't have such a thing, use the US list.

This should be a good website to use. What happened in the past - Takemeback.to

 
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Damn. The songs on the U.S. Chart were pretty boring, but in the UK chart the #1 song was The Real Slim Shady by Eminem, and the #5 song was, I kid you not, Darude- Sandstorm
 

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Damn. The songs on the U.S. Chart were pretty boring, but in the UK chart the #1 song was The Real Slim Shady by Eminem, and the #5 song was, I kid you not, Darude- Sandstorm


*Most* of the music, on the charts, in 1954 was "boring" ;)

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*Most* of the music, on the charts, in 1954 was "boring" ;)

Peace,
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It wasn't any better in 1956!

The #1 song was by George Cates -"Moonglow and theme from Picnic"; we all remember that hit, don't we? :crackup:

The #1 song in the UK was by Pat Boone - "I'll be home"


This was the cover on the june Playboy Magazine. It's about as exciting as the #1 hit song that month!

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Dr Evil, great idea for a new thread, +rep! :cool:
 
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