UK Top 40 Singles Chart for Sunday 8th November 1992
So this was the chart that Radio 1 DJ Bruno Brookes broadcast from 4pm-7pm with data from the GALLUP computer based on record sales from Monday 2nd to Saturday 7th November 1992.
This is how the charts USED to look with new entries, climbers and non-movers, all based solely on record purchases. This week, thirty years ago, there were ten new entrys, eleven climbers and two non-movers! And it was announced like this…
40. PM Dawn – “I’d Die Without You” We welcome PM Dawn back to the UK top 40 this week as our first new entry and with new music from them following their chart smash of last Summer.
39. East 17 – “Gold” Also back are East 17 with the follow up to their debut single, “House Of Love”, from two months ago. The London boys are also putting the finishing touches to their debut album.
38. Jon Secada – “Do You Believe In Us?” Both East 17 and Jon Secada had top ten hits with their first singles, but Jon won’t be matching that as his second falls eight places.
37. Roy Orbison – “Heartbreak Radio” The King of hearts, Mr. Roy Orbison won’t be with his latest, which slips just one place in its second week on the UK top 40.
36. The Inspiral Carpets – “Bitches Brew” Back for some more inspired sounds are The Inspiral Carpets with this new entry, which is the fourth single to come from their “Revenge Of The Goldfish” album.
35. Metallica – “Wherever I May Roam” Metallica have roamed high and low with their latest offering. Week three finds the track going down ten places and out of the top thirty.
34. K-Klass – “Don’t Stop” Also going down are K-Klass, who brought this single to the chart this time last week, but find seven days on, it’s down two places.
33. Cher – “Oh No Not My Baby” Cher has a new greatest hits album coming out and this is one of the new tracks on it, which gives her a new entry, her first since April of this year.
32. Dr. Alban – “It’s My Life” It’s Dr. Alban’s life as his very first UK chart hit notches up an eleventh week with us as it falls eleven places.
31. Gary Clail – “Who Pays The Piper?” It’s been sixteen months since we last saw Gary Clail on the chart with his top ten hit “Human Nature”, but here he is with a new entry and his second to get this far.
30. INXS – “Taste It” Can you taste it from INXS? This is the third single from their current album, “Welcome To Wherever You Are” and the third to make the UK top 40.
29. Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti – “Miserere” Much miserere abound now for Zucchero and Luciano Pavarotti as their former top twenty hit leaves and goes down eleven places.
28. Roxette – “Queen Of Rain” The current single from Roxette enjoys a better second week as it moves into the top thirty, up ten places. This is now Per and Marie’s eleventh UK hit single.
27. Rotterdam Termination Source – “Poing” Also going up in their second week are Dutch DJ’s Rotterdam Termination Source with their debut single, which is eight places higher than entry.
26. Doctor Spin – “Tetris” It’s nearly game over for ‘Doctor Spin’ as one of the two console themes leaves the top twenty, down ten places after seven weeks on the chart.
25. Little Angels – “Too Much Too Young” The Little Angels made a return to the top 40 last week with a new song, their first for over a year. But week two sees them fall three places.
24. Go West – “Faithful” Go West go down this week, just five places with their first hit in fifteen months. Their new album, “Indian Summer”, is out now.
23. The Wedding Present – “The Queen Of Outer Space” Almost there, month eleven and here is the eleventh single from The Wedding Present this year and have you noticed they never last more than a week…!
22. Extreme – “Stop The World” There’s a new entry next for American rock band Extreme, who do tend to last a good few weeks more. This is the second single form their new album, “III Sides To Every Story”.
21. Elton John – “The Last Song” It’s been a good week for Elton John with the latest cut from his album, “The One”, which goes up six places, seven days after his arrival.
20. En Vogue – “Free Your Mind” Moving into the top twenty with their third song to do so here are En Vogue as the follow up to “My Lovin'” goes up four places.
19. Felix – “It Will Make Me Crazy” Felix gets another week in the upper half of the UK singles chart with his second release, which falls four places in its fourth week.
18. Bon Jovi – “Keep The Faith” Bon Jovi go straight in to the top of the album chart with their brand new album this week, while the title track goes down seven places on the singles chart.
17. Madonna – “Erotica” Meanwhile, Madonna‘s new album drops five places to No.7 this week while its title track drops ten places from seven to seventeen.
16. Michael Bolton – “To Love Somebody” Holding on to number three on the album chart is Michael Bolton with his collection of his favourite songs, one of which is this one and it goes up one place this week.
15. Take That – “A Million Love Songs” Take That leave the top ten this week with their second joint highest charting single so far, which falls seven places.
14. Shakespear’s Sister – “Hello (Turn Your Radio On)” Shakespear’s Sister climb nine places this week with their latest cut from the “Hormonally Yours” album, which becomes their highest since “I Don’t Care” back in the Spring.
13. Tasmin Archer – “Sleeping Satellite” The former number one from Tasmin Archer comes out of the top ten with a hefty drop of nine places. She has been on the chart for ten weeks with her debut single.
12. Whitney Houston – “I Will Always Love You” Whitney Houston has been quiet for some time, she’s been making a movie since her last album two years ago and this is one of the songs from the soundtrack, which is a cover of an old Dolly Parton song that give her a new entry.
11. Erma Franklin – “(Take A Little) Piece Of My Heart” Erma Franklin is not going too far too quickly. She left the top ten last week with her re-issued former top five hit only to go back up one place seven days on.
10. Erasure – “Who Needs Love Like That? ’92” Vince and Andy brought their debut single to the top 40 for the very first time last week in remixed form but seven days later, the song goes absolutely nowhere.
9. Bizarre Inc. featuring Angie Brown – “I’m Gonna Get You” Bizarre Inc. and Angie Brown have been in the top ten for six weeks with this dance floor smash and remain so even though the song goes down four places.
8. Ambassadors of Funk – “Supermarioland” The ‘Ambassadors of Funk’ aka producer Simon Harris climb one place this week with the other games console based tune.
7. Undercover – “Never Let Her Slip Away” Undercover depart with “Baker Street” this week only to return with a follow up, which is also a cover, this time of an Andrew Gold number from 1978 and it’s also this week’s highest new entry!
6. Vanessa Paradis – “Be My Baby” It’s been four years and nine months, but at last Vanessa Paradis returns to the UK top ten with her latest single, which goes up seven places.
5. Rage – “Run To You” Going the other way are Rage with their version of Bryan Adams original song which got to No.11 here back in 1984. Rage go down two places this week.
4. The Shamen – “Boss Drum” “Boss Drum” is the name of the new Shamen album, which features two top ten hits and this, the third, which was last week’s highest new entry and climbs two places in week two.
3. Arrested Development – “People Everyday” The first single from American group Arrested Development to make to UK top 40 put itself in second place last week to challenge for the top, but instead of going one up, it comes one down.
2. Charles and Eddie – “Would I Lie To You?” Last week’s highest climbers were Charles and Eddie with their debut single, which goes up twelve places to become this week’s highest again!
1. Boyz II Men – “End Of The Road” The end of the road still means, however, that Boyz II Men are the best selling act of all for a third week running. Can they make a full month or will Charles and Eddie, The Shamen or someone else put a stop to that? There’s only one way to find out…
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