Uk Album Charts

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Fuzzy Logic EP - Chart History - Album Charts
... Year Album Chart Position 1991 "Accelerator" UK Album Charts #75 1994 "Lifeforms" UK Album Charts #6 1994 "ISDN" UK Album Charts #44 1996 "Dead Cities" UK Album Charts #26 2002 "The Isness" UK ...
Deacon Blue - Career - 1991-1994: Fellow Hoodlums, Whatever You Say, Say Nothing and Our Town - The Greate
... to the producer's chair in 1991 for the album Fellow Hoodlums ... The album was met with more critical success and peaked at No. 2 on the UK album charts.Fellow Hoodlums was followed up by 1993's Whatever You Say, Say Nothing, a much more experimental album ...
Allan Clarke (singer) - Career
... In the UK they enjoyed 30 chart singles, plus two further chart entries with re-releases, 17 of which made the Top 10, with two – "I'm Alive" (1965) and "He ... In the US charts they achieved 23 chart singles, six of which hit the Top 10 ... Clarke helped along with several Hollies bandmates in The Everly Brothers recording of their album 'Two Yanks In England' which featured Everlys covers of mostly Hollies ...
Sharleen Spiteri - Musical Career - Early Texas Career
... Everyday Now before releasing their debut album Southside in July 1989. 8 in the UK Singles Chart, and No. 77 on the US Billboard Hot 100 charts ...
94 Diskont
94 Diskont is an album by the experimental electronic music group Oval ... The vinyl version of the album comes with a remix LP that contains remixes by Mouse on Mars, Scanner, Cristian Vogel, and Jim O'Rourke. 94diskont was released as a companion piece with Oval's previous album, Systemisch ...

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