These all-time rankings are based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 (from its launch on Aug. 4, 1958 through Oct. 10, 2015) and Billboard 200 (from Aug. 17, 1963 - when we combined our two leading pop album album charts for stereo and mono releases into one all-encompassing weekly chart - through Oct. 10, 2015). Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower rungs earning the least.
This hit about a Big Easy streetwalker remains in rotation 35 years after it hit Number One. The group was from Philadelphia, but the nasty groove was classic New Orleans, with producer Toussaint and his house band, legendary R&B stalwarts the Meters, funking up the beat. Until it hit Number One, that is. That foot-stomping beat is actually two boards banged together. Appears on: The Ultimate Collection (Motown).
Go to the content Go to the footer. Love Time Out? Get the best of your city in our newsletter, as often as you like. This club-shaker led the string of hits that came off Houston’s sophomore album, Whitney, and landed at the top of the Billboard chart, making it the singer’s fourth song to do so. Despite critics’ dismissal of the tune as too safe and similar to her previous How Will I Know, the song won Whitney a Grammy and an American Music Award.
The album has sold 25 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time On June 28, 1999, Spears began her first headlining. Baby One More Time Tour in North America, which was positively received by critics. It also generated some controversy due to her racy outfits. An extension of the tour, titled Crazy 2k, followed in March 2000 Oops!. I Did It Again, her second studio album, was released in May 2000. Hot 100 in May, while the third single "I Wanna Go" reached number seven in August. Femme Fatale became Spears's first album in which three of its songs reached the top ten of the chart. The fourth and final single "Criminal" was released in September 2011.
Go on girl, take your chances. Picture her there, on her throne, haughty, naughty, and drunk on herself, as others are. How could she not? Surrounded by legions of so called friends and admirers. Now picture them there,10 or so odd, years later. Their throne, now a gutter, bloated, lying face down in it. Like so many before. Quite sad to see none of Michael Jackson's songs aren't in Top 10. But it's still a hit and I still love it nonetheless. 19 Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd. Rivals Stairway to Heaven. Greatest album opener of all time. 45 Shine on You Crazy Diamond - Pink Floyd. An absolutely hectic song hailing Pink Floyd original head member, Syd Barrett, who mentally went sick and had to be taken away. The entire song, at 20-something minutes, is numbing, whimsical, an horrifying.
Big Hit' is the fifth album from British EBM group Nitzer Ebb released by Mute Records on 27 March 1995, almost four years since its last release. The album included two singles, "Kick It" and "I Thought". Big Hit was the band's final release for Mute until its 2006 retrospective, Body of Work. Cherry Blossom" – 5:30. Living out of a Bag" – 5:41.
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Scott Niekelski - Composer
Paul Schmidt - Composer
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|13||A Night To Remember Scott Niekelski||Go Time!||3:51|
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