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TRIVIA: Vowel-Free Songs To Make The UK Top 40 Singles Chart

How many songs are there that have made the UK top 40 without vowels?

Nine songs have reached the UK top 40 without any vowels in their titles. They are:

Ultravox – “Hymn” (1982 – No.11)
Concept – “Mr DJ” (1985 – No.27)
Jason Donovan – “RSVP” (1991 – No.17)

Pop Will Eat Itself – “RSVP” (1993 – No.27)
Moby – “Hymn” (1994 – No.31)
Crash Test Dummies – “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm” (1994 – No.2)

Julian Cope – “Try Try Try” (1995 – No.24)
Blackout – “Mr DJ” (2001 – No.19)
Fall Out Boy – “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” (2007 – No.12)

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