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List Of UK Rock Chart Number-one Singles Of 2007 - See Also
... List of number-one singles by radio airplay of 2007 (UK) List of number-one singles of 2007 (UK) List of UK Dance Chart number-one singles of 2007 ...
I Have Nothing - Reception - Commercial Performances
... The single debuted at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, the issue date of February 27, 1993 when her two songs, "I Will Always Love You" and "I'm Every Woman" still ... for the weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart ending March 13 and March 20, Houston had three songs inside the top 11, making her the first artist to achieve the trifecta ... On the Hot 100 Airplay chart, Houston equaled the feat with the aforementioned tracks in the February 27 and March 6 issues ...
2005 In Swiss Music - Chart Summary
... The first Swiss Top 100 Singles Chart number one of 2005 was "Living To Love You" by Sarah Connor ... The single was Connor's second Swiss number one, and had entered the chart back in November 2004 ... However, a slump in sales following the rush for Christmas number one had allowed Connor to climb from #2 and take the accolade ...
Songs For You, Truths For Me - Chart Performance
... The album entered the UK Album Chart at number three, being held off the top two spots by new albums from the Kings Of Leon and Will Young ... The album made a gradual descent down the chart until the release of the second single of the album, "Broken Strings" ... the success of the single, the album steadily rose back up the charts before jumping from number twenty-four back into the top ten, reaching number ...

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