CHARTS: UK Top 40 Singles Chart 15th November 1992
UK Top 40 Singles Chart for Sunday 15th 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 9th to Saturday 14th 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 thirteen new entrys, seven climbers and one non-mover! And it was announced like this…
40. TC 1992 – “Funky Guitar” We kick off with the first of many new entries this week and a chart debut for Italian producers TC 1992 with their debut single.
39. Felix – “It Will Make Me Crazy” It will make Felix crazy for just one more week as his latest single falls twenty places after just five weeks on the chart this time.
38. Faith No More – “Everything’s Ruined” Coming back for more are Faith No More with this new entry, the follow up to “A Small Victory” and the second single from their current album, “Angel Dust”.
37. Roxette – “Queen Of Rain” One week up and another down for Roxette as the follow up to “How Do You Do?” drops nine places and out of the top thirty.
36. Neil Diamond – “Morning Has Broken” It’s been twelve years since Neil Diamond was last inside the UK top 40 singles chart, but he’s back with a Christmas album and this is the first single from it.
35. Cher – “Oh No Not My Baby” Cher’s greatest hits album goes straight into the top spot this week as the lead single from it, which is a cover of a Maxine Brown song from 1964, goes down two places in her second week.
34. Gary Clail – “Who Pays The Piper?” Also going down in his second week is Gary Clail. No top ten hit this time as his second top 40 charting single falls three places.
33. Bon Jovi – “Keep The Faith” The title track of Bon Jovi’s new album drops fifteen places this week as the album falls four places to make way for Cher at number one.
32. EMF – “It’s You” It’s EMF! Back with a new entry this week, their second of this year and it comes from their second album, which is called “Stigma”.
31. Rotterdam Termination Source – “Poing” Poing – Rotterdam Termination Source went up last week and poing – Rotterdam Termination Source come back down four places, this.
30. PM Dawn – “I’d Die Without You” The brand new track from PM Dawn enjoys a good second week as they go up ten places to give them a second top thirty hit here of 1992.
29. Enya – “The Celts” Enya comes back with a new entry this week and it’s the title track of her debut album that originally came out in 1986 but is getting a re-release very soon.
28. East 17 – “Gold” The boys from Walthamstow make good on their gold as a climb of eleven places finds them much higher than last weeks chart entry and it’s also this week’s highest!
27. Electroset – “How Does It Feel?” All the E’s. Enya, East 17 and now Electroset, who are producers Alex Bell and James Diplock and this is their debut single which debuts here today!
26. Cathy Dennis – “Irresistible” The first single from Cathy Dennis‘s new album “Into The Skyline” didn’t do so good, but the follow up does as this new entry for her is eight places higher that the former peaked.
25. Elton John – “The Last Song” The latest song from Elton John made moves towards the upper half of the chart last week but couldn’t quite make it as he drops back four places.
24. The Pasadenas – “Let’s Stay Together” Let’s hope The Pasadenas stay together as they bring another cover version to the chart, their fourth of this year and it’s and Al Green top ten hit from 1971 this time.
23. Michael Bolton – “To Love Somebody” More cover versions now and Michael Bolton also has an album full of them. His latest drops out of the top twenty this week, down seven places.
22. Take That – “A Million Love Songs” Take That depart there as well as their first self-written top ten hit falls seven places. The boys’ debut album is called “Take That & Party”.
21. INXS – “Taste It” Taste it and love it is the general thought of the latest single from INXS, which climbs nine places in its second week.
20. Tasmin Archer – “Sleeping Satellite” The former number one from Tasmin Archer get another week inside the top twenty as her debut single goes down seven places.
19. Erasure – “Who Needs Love Like That? ’92” Going down nine places are Erasure with the remix of their debut single from seven years ago. Their greatest hits, “Pop – The First 20 Hits”, is out tomorrow!
18. Shakespear’s Sister – “Hello (Turn Your Radio On)” Shakespear’s Sister are going down too, four places for them with the fourth single from their second studio album, that is now a year old.
17. En Vogue – “Free You Mind” …and the rest will follow, as En Vogue go up three places this week with their second UK chart hit of this year. The girls’ album “Funky Divas” has now gone Gold here.
16. Bizarre Inc. featuring Angie Brown – “I’m Gonna Get You” Notching up two months on the top 40 and all eight weeks spent in the upper half of the chart are Bizarre Inc. and Angie Brown as the song slips seven places.
15. Erma Franklin – “(Take A Little) Piece Of My Heart” Going down four this week having gone back up this time last week is Erma Franklin with the reissue of her top five hit from 25 years ago.
14. The Prodigy – “Out Of Space” The Prodigy are back with a new entry this week. This is the follow up to “Fire” and is the fourth single to come from their debut album, “Experience”.
13. Ambassadors Of Funk – “Supermarioland” It’s game over for The Ambassadors Of Funk aka Simon Harris this week as they end up out of the top ten, down five places.
12. Guns’N’Roses – “Yesterdays” Storming back this week are Guns’N’Roses with the second single to come from their album “Use Your Illusion II”, released at the same time as volume I was!
11. Simply Red – “The Montreux EP” Something new from Simply Red this time, a live EP of new tracks that was recorded at this year’s Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland that is also the group’s first EP!
10. Rage – “Run To You” Rage make it a month on the UK top ten with their cover of Bryan Adams old song as their version goes down five places.
9. Heaven 17 – “Temptation ’92” It’s been eight years since Heaven 17 last had a top 40 hit but they come back with a big top ten new entry and it’s with a new remix of their biggest hit, which made No.2 at the beginning of 1983. Will they go one better with it this time…?
8. Vanessa Paradis – “Be My Baby” Vanessa Paradis‘ best UK chart position is No.3, but she’s fallen three places short of equaling that this time as her first UK chart hit for more than four years drops back two places.
7. Genesis – “Invisible Touch (Live)” More old songs back in the chart and this week’s highest new entry is one of them. It comes from Genesis with a live version of the lead single from their 1986 studio album of the same name.
6. The Shamen – “Boss Drum” The Shamen have a more recent album than that and this is the title track of it, which is down two places and back to where they came in three weeks ago!
5. Undercover – “Never Let Her Slip Away” Last week’s highest new entry saw the return of Undercover to the top ten with their second hit and second cover of this year, which goes up two places to put them back in the top five for the second time!
4. Whitney Houston – “I Will Always Love You” It’s been two years since Whitney Houston last had a top five hit here in the UK, but she’s back with her cover of Dolly Parton’s song that climbs eight places.
3. Arrested Development – “People Everyday” Arrested Development went down one last week, but sales remain strong enough for that not to happen this week and so they are a non-mover.
2. Boyz II Men – “End Of The Road” Meanwhile, it is the end of the road for Boyz II Men at the top of the chart as their number one from the last three weeks drops one place and off the top.
1. Charles and Eddie – “Would I Lie To You?” They make way for another UK first from duo Charles and Eddie with their debut single, which goes up one to be crowned this week’s new number one! But how much would they lie to you to keep it, or will Whitney, Undercover or someone else see through them? There’s only one way to find out…
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