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Summer
2005-04-05, 13:10
Interesting little link i found.
Insert your date of birth, onto this site and it will tell you what the No.1 was in the music industry the day you where born

http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/inner.php

Mine was

Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth

tunsty
2005-04-05, 13:17
Interesting little link i found.
Insert your date of birth, onto this site and it will tell you what the No.1 was in the music industry the day you where born

http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/inner.php

Mine was

Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth


Oh dear.....oh dear,oh dear,oh dear
I would have kept that to myself ...lol


Mine is 'Get Back' by The Beatles

Union Jax
2005-04-05, 13:27
In the UK...it was .....Hold Me Close by David Essex.

In the US...it was ....Iím Sorry by John Denver

:spump:

XanderJack
2005-04-05, 13:30
Mine was I Love Rock 'n Roll by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts.

QBall1970
2005-04-05, 13:33
02/21/1970

U.S. - Sly & The Family Stone "Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin"

U.K. - Edison Lighthouse "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)"

RKO!!!05
2005-04-05, 23:34
Interesting little link i found.
Insert your date of birth, onto this site and it will tell you what the No.1 was in the music industry the day you where born

http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/inner.php

Mine was

Pass The Dutchie - Musical Youth


This link it seems can also help you post something in the Today In History thread too. Nice one Summer. :thumbsup:

The song that was at No.1 in the UK when I was born was:

Europe - The Final Countdown

In the U.S. it was:

Peter Cetera & Amy Grant - The Next Time I Fall (never heard that song before??? :dunno: :confused: )

superfly2
2005-04-06, 00:16
Magic by Olivia Newton-John :(
I was hoping for something better than that.

jdb67
2005-04-06, 00:45
UK, "Last Waltz" by Inglebert Humperdink

US, " Ode to Billy Joe" by Bobbie Gentry

Im embarrased to admit this, but I know both these songs very well!!!!.............

RKO!!!05
2005-04-06, 08:28
UK, "Last Waltz" by Inglebert Humperdink

US, " Ode to Billy Joe" by Bobbie Gentry

Im embarrased to admit this, but I know both these songs very well!!!!.............

lol, I must admit I know the first song too, and you may find this hard to believe, but I like it too!!!!!! :rofl:

The second one is a mystery to me, never heard of the title nor the song itself :dunno:

Union Jax
2005-04-06, 08:44
The song that was at No.1 in the UK when I was born was:

Europe - The Final Countdown



Geeez....i must be old.....i remember when that came out and it dont seem that long ago.

How time flies when your having fun :D

Cheeky Monkey
2005-04-06, 09:38
Poptastic...!

In the UK The Model / Computer Love by Kraftwerk was at the top spot...

And in the US it was Centerfold by the J. Geils Band.

frogadabbadobulously bonkers, mate! :D

eschnabel
2005-04-06, 09:55
In the US, December 1963 (Oh What A Night) - Four Seasons

"Oh what a night", I bet my mother said more than that :1orglaugh

Damn, now I can't get that song out of my head!

member5726
2005-04-06, 10:01
:eek: Good lord, that's really bad !! "Bad Blood" by Neil Sedaka, in the US
:confused: What's that ? "Hold Me Close" by David , in the UK

Digital
2005-04-07, 00:11
uk - gonna make you a star - david essex
us - i can help - billy swan

Mr Miyagi
2005-04-09, 19:14
UK - Amazing Grace- The Pipes & Drums & Military Band of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

USA - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack

foxycougar
2005-04-10, 00:28
Every Breath You Take - The Police

Dixie Normus
2005-04-10, 11:33
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart - Bee Gees - US
I'm Still Waiting - Diana Ross - UK

fcklol
2005-04-10, 11:38
US Alley-Oop,Hollywood Argyles
UK Good Timin',Jimmy Jones
:( Damn,i'm gettin' old
:banger: Still jammin' though

juballs
2005-04-10, 12:00
theme from mash

and

funkytown

Thorne
2005-04-10, 12:03
UK - The Model / Computer Love - Kraftwerk
US - Centerfold - J. Geils Band (I have this on MP3)

We must have the same birthday, Cheeky! LOL!

Sutty
2005-04-10, 12:03
In the UK - Bye Bye Baby by The Bay City Rollers
In the US - My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli

9inch
2005-04-10, 12:08
USA : Letís Go Crazy - Prince
UK : I Just Called To Say I Love You - Stevie Wonder

Anonymous2
2005-04-10, 12:28
US: Theme from Mahogany (Diana Ross) :dunno:

And here's a classic:

UK: Bohemain Rhapsody (Queen) :thumbsup:

Thorne
2005-04-10, 12:43
And here's a classic:

UK: Bohemain Rhapsody (Queen) :thumbsup:

Gotta love it! :thumbsup:

pitino
2005-04-10, 17:01
Every Breath You Take - The Police

that's a great song...it fits to you foxy! :angels:

mine:
US > Letís Get It On - Marvin Gaye
UK > Young Love - Donny Osmond

member5726
2005-04-10, 17:37
Every Breath You Take - The Police
What a cool song you have foxy !! :)
One of my favorite !!

TallCowboy
2005-04-15, 01:51
Bridge Over Troubled Water, Simon & Garfunkel

zimi
2005-04-15, 03:56
Love Hangover by Diana Ross

BigSwede
2005-05-01, 16:34
Nilsson and America... :confused:

WisemanXXX
2008-01-09, 19:57
I am the "Dancing Queen"-ABBA

cartman24
2008-01-09, 21:22
Two Hearts - Phil Collins
Wow, not cool.

Christmas_Ape
2008-01-09, 21:29
Lots of Banned4Life people in this thread.


John Lennon's 'Whatever Gets You Through The Night' is mine.

StormRuller
2008-01-10, 19:09
UK - The Power Of Love by Jennifer Rush
US - Part-time Lover by Stevie Wonder

dick van cock
2008-01-10, 19:24
Al Jolson - Mammy

Bonezstorm
2008-01-11, 04:02
Invisibile Touch - Genesis
Yes!! :nanner:

tartanterrier
2008-01-11, 04:08
Here's mine :)

So You Win Again - Hot Chocolate (UK)

Da Doo Ron Ron - Shaun Cassidy (US)

Walk Right In - Dr Hook (AUS)

Cuckoldedkid
2008-01-11, 07:40
Marvin Gaye "Heard it through the Grapevine" I admit, I had to look this up. All praise Mighty Google..!

joop6177
2008-01-11, 12:39
When A Child Is Born - Johnny Mathis

Quagmire33
2008-01-12, 07:30
I knew you were waiting for me George Michael and Aretha was number one in US.
And nothings gonna stop us now by Starship was still number one in the UK

Kebert
2008-01-13, 12:14
Billie Jean.

I'm not sure how to feel about that.

Friday on my mind
2008-01-13, 12:22
"Wake up little susie"-The Everly brothers


I will take it,lots worse tunes in the world lol.

McNab
2008-01-13, 19:33
Rivers of Babylon - Boney M (UK)

You're The One That I Want - Grease (US)

Wuthering Heights - Kate Bush (AUS)

Legzman
2008-01-13, 19:40
Good Times - Chic

Who?

Torre82min
2008-01-20, 00:00
US - Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor
UK - Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners
AUS - I've Never Been To Me - Charlene

I've gotta say.. I hoped for something a little more unique. But hey, expect the worse and hope for the best. Who doesnt know those pop megahits? Rocky Balboa and Eileen. She knows what you mean. At this moment.. she means everything. Well.. you know.. 25 years ago at this moment. :sulks:

edit: Aug 6, 1982 for reference.

Muire
2008-01-21, 23:10
I got Jack and Diane by John Mellencamp or whatever name he was using at that point. I'm not a fan of the song but at least it wasn't some crap by Steely Dan or Rush.

Stormtrooper
2008-01-22, 01:49
Monday Monday by Mama and Papas in the US
Pretty Flamingo by Manfred Mann in the UK