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CHARTS: UK Top 40 Singles Chart 10th January 1993

UK Top 40 Singles Chart for Sunday 10th January 1993

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 4th to Saturday 9th January 1993.

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, ten climbers and three non-movers! And it was announced like this…

40. Arrested Development – “People Everyday”
After a chart rebound last week, the oldest of the two Arrested Development singles on the top 40 slides nineteen places.

39. The Time Frequency – “New Emotion” (EP)
Our first new entry is a top 40 debut for Scottish group The Time Frequency. This is their third release and their second EP, but it is third time lucky for them in getting this far.

38. Simply Red – “The Montreux EP”
Simply Red’s EP has been in the top 40 for nine weeks now, but this could be their last as their collection of new and old songs falls fourteen places.

37. Cher – “Many Rivers To Cross”
Cher is back with another track from her number one “Greatest Hits” album from last year. This is the follow up to “Oh No Not My Baby”.

36. The Farm – “Love See No Colour”
Last week’s highest climber from The Farm drops down one place on this week’s chart. This is the title track of the band’s latest and second album, released last year.

35. Heaven 17 – “Temptation ’92”
We are making way for a few new entries this week and one of those leaving the top twenty are Heaven 17 with the remix of their 1983 hit, which goes down nineteen places.

34. Go West – “What You Won’t Do For Love”
Another 80’s band coming back to the top 40 this week are Go West with this new entry which follows on from their top twenty hit “Faithful” last year.

33. The Lemonheads – “Mrs Robinson”
The Lemonheads version of “Mrs Robinson” has ‘been around’ for seven weeks now but drops eleven places for the American band this week.

32. WWF Superstars – “Slam Jam”
Ding ding, it’s the end of the round and the end of the contest for the WWF Superstars as they prepare to leave the ring and crash out of the top ten with a massive drop of twenty six places!

31. Boney M – “Boney M Megamix”
Also taking a hefty tumble are Boney M with their hit megamix, which accumulates seven weeks on the top 40 and slides twenty places.

30. Madonna – “Deeper And Deeper”
It’s six weeks for Madonna this time with the second single from her “Erotica” album, which gained a second wind last week but falls eighteen places, seven days later.

29. Diana Ross – “If We Hold On Together”
Diana Ross achieves two months on the chart with her these from the film ‘The Land Before Time’, she too leaves the top twenty, down twelve places.

28. 808 State and UB40 – “One In Ten”
It’s a game of numbers for 808 State and UB40 and with the title of their collaboration, which follows the crowd and drops nine this week.

27. Paul McCartney – “Hope Of Deliverance”
Going this other way is the new song from Paul McCartney, which joined our first chart of 1993 last week and climbs three places in week two.

26. Sultans Of Ping FC – “You Talk Too Much”
That also goes for the Sultans Of Ping FC, who bagged their first top 40 hit ever last week with this track and take it six places higher a week later.

25. The The – “Dogs Of Lust”
We welcome The The back to the top 40 in 1993 with this new entry, their first new material for nearly three years and their first time in the top 40 since “The Beat(en) Generation” way back in 1989.

24. Prefab Sprout – “Life Of Surprises”
It’s been a good week for Prefab Sprout with the title track of their greatest hits album of last year, which shoots up fourteen places this week.

23. Slipstreem – “We Are Raving”
Slipstreem were raving last week as their debut single cracked the top twenty, but it has been short-lived as they leave seven days later with a drop of five places.

22. En Vogue – “Give It Up, Turn It Loose”
The En Vogue girls are back with a new entry this week and another track from their “Funky Divas” album of last year, which has already produced two UK top twenty hits.

21. Soul System – “It’s Gonna Be A Lovely Day”
A few covers coming onto the chart this week and the first is from producers Soul System with this new version of the Bill Withers classic that has already been in the top 40 on two separate occasions.

19. The Prodigy – “Out Of Space”
We find ourselves in a similar situation as we did last week with two records selling exactly the same amount of copies and so there is no No.20, instead The Prodigy fall ten places for our first…

Lisa Stansfield – “Someday (I’m Coming Back)”
…and Lisa Stansfield is the other one, who falls six places with her new offering from ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack and film.

18. Gloria Estefan – “The Miami Hit Mix”
Getting a chart position all to herself is Gloria Estefan as her hitmix goes down eight places, just a sample from her chart topping “Greatest Hits” album.

17. Peter Gabriel – “Steam”
Peter Gabriel gets a big new entry this week with the follow up to his chart comeback last year, “Digging In The Dirt”, which could only get as far as No.24.

16. Apache Indian – “Arranged Marriage”
Apache Indian enjoys a much better third week on the chart as his first solo hit single enters the top twenty with a climb of eleven places.

15. Stereo MC’s – “Step It Up”
Unlike all of their chart partners from last week, the Stereo MC’s neither step it up or step it down as they get a non-mover with their biggest hit yet.

14. West End featuring Sybil – “The Love I Lost”
Here comes another cover version that’s a new entry on this weeks chart and it’s a welcome back to Sybil, who last graced us with “Walk On By” back in January 1990.

13. Sunscreem – “Broken English”
Sunscreem should be happy this week as they come into the top twenty with their latest single and go up twelve places in their second week.

12. Little Angels – “Womankind”
Doing much better than that are the Little Angels, with a massive leap of seventeen places, which makes them this week’s highest and gives them their highest charting single so far!

11. The Frank and Walters – “After All”
Irish band The Frank and Walters made their UK top 40 debut last week with this single and they enjoy a higher position in week two as well, but just three places higher.

10. Jesus Jones – “The Devil You Know”
Another new entry from last week came from Jesus Jones with their brand new single and a climb of nine places in week two puts them in the top ten for the first time in two years.

9. Pop Will Eat Itself – “Get The Girl, Kill The Baddies”
There’s a big new entry next for Pop Will Eat Itself with the follow up to “Bulletproof”. It’s the bands eighth top 40 showing but their first ever top ten hit!

8. Charles and Eddie – “Would I Lie To You?”
The former number one from Charles and Eddie has been in the top ten for ten weeks now and for three months inside the top 40. The song falls four places this week.

7. The Shamen – “Phorever People”
Coming back down again after they went back into the top five last week are The Shamen with their fourth top ten hit of last year, which is down two places.

6. Faith No More – “I’m Easy”
Scoring not only their biggest hit in the UK to date but also this week’s highest new entry are Faith No More and it’s with a cover version, this time the old Commodores hit from 1977.

5. Michael Jackson – “Heal The World”
There is finally some movement towards the top of the chart as Michael Jackson goes down three places, having been the number two hit for the last five weeks.

4. Arrested Development – “Mr Wendal”
Going up is the other single from Arrested Development, who landed a top ten entry on last week’s chart and climb four places in their second.

3. Take That – “Could It Be Magic?”
Take That moved up to third place last week with their cover of this Barry Manilow song from the 1970’s and that’s where they stay for a second week running.

2. Snap – “Exterminate”
Overtaking them is last week’s highest new entry from Snap, who go up five places and eye up a third number one here in the UK…

1. Whitney Houston – “I Will Always Love You”
Holding on for a seventh week at the top, however, is Whitney Houston with her Dolly Parton cover from ‘The Bodyguard’. Can she make it two whole months, or will Snap, Arrested Development or Faith No More exterminate her reign? There’s only one way to find out…

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