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Love Is Noise
... The single debuted in the UK Singles Chart at #5 after its first week of release via online download alone ... The following week the song peaked at #4 and stayed 5 weeks in the UK Top 10 ... It marked a great return for The Verve, charting as their third UK Top 5 single and their fourth to crack the UK Top 10 ...
Size Isn't Everything - Release and Reception
... first single, "Paying the Price of Love", was released in the UK and peaked at #23 ... The album peaked at #33 in the UK in late September ... to return in December 1993 when the album's second single, "For Whom the Bell Tolls", became a UK top five hit ...
Session (Ned's Atomic Dustbin Album) - History
... by local heroes The Wonder Stuff on their 1989 and 1990 UK tours. 53 in the UK Singles Chart respectively ... Significantly, Kill Your Television also topped the UK Independent Singles chart ...
Spiralling - Charts
... On 17 August 2008, the song entered the UK Singles Chart at #28 on downloads alone and peaked at #23 without a video or physical release ... The song has spent 10 weeks in the UK Top 40 without entering the Top 20 ... remaining as Keane's longest lasting single in the UK Top 100 (18 weeks), it became the band's joint-lowest charting single at the time mainly due to it not ...
Modern Romance (band) - Band History
... After winning a competition organised by the UK tabloid newspaper The Sun, part of the prize was a recording contract with Chrysalis Records ... Despite an appearance on Top of the Pops, this was also unsuccessful (peaking at no.53) and their working relationship with Chrysalis quickly soured after further unsuccessful ... released a new single, "Everybody Salsa" in summer 1981, which reached the UK Top 20 ...

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