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I am off to see Razorlight at the weekend and remembered that the three singles off their eponymous LP had highest positions of 3, 2 and 1 with the top 3 songs.  

Wonder if any band has 4-3-2-1 or better with their top 4 songs.  Rolling Stones have 3-2-1 as well but with umpteen songs.

Razorlight also made #5 with Wire To Wire off another LP, so almost, but  not quite; Ditto The Stones who never had a #4. Stones have 15(1)-14(2)-13(1)-12(2)-11(1)-10(1)-9(1)-8(1)-7(1)-6(1)-5(3)-3(3)-2(2)-1(8))

2RazorlightSomewhere ElseApr 2005 
3RazorlightIn The MorningJul 2006 
1RazorlightAmericaOct 2006

 

1Rolling StonesIt's All Over NowJul-64 
1Rolling StonesLittle Red RoosterNov-64 
1Rolling StonesThe Last TimeMar-65 
1Rolling Stones(I Can't Get No) SatisfactionAug-65 
1Rolling StonesGet Off My CloudOct-65 
1Rolling StonesPaint It BlackMay-66 
1Rolling StonesJumping Jack FlashMay-68 
1Rolling StonesHonky Tonk WomenJul-69 
2Rolling StonesNineteenth Nervous BreakdownFeb-66 
2Rolling StonesBrown Sugar / Bitch / Let It RockApr-71 
3Rolling StonesNot Fade AwayFeb-64 
3Rolling StonesLet's Spend The Night Together / Ruby TuesdayJan-67 
3Rolling StonesMiss You / Far Away EyesJun-78 
5Rolling StonesHave You Seen Your Mother Baby Standing In the ShadowSep-66 
5Rolling StonesTumbling DiceApr-72 
5Rolling StonesAngieSep-73 
6Rolling StonesFool To CryMay-76 
7Rolling StonesStart Me UpAug-81 
8Rolling StonesWe Love You / DandelionAug-67 
9Rolling StonesEmotional RescueJul-80 
10Rolling StonesIt's Only Rock And RollAug-74 
11Rolling StonesUndercover Of The NightNov-83 
12Rolling StonesI Wanna Be Your ManNov-63 
12Rolling StonesLike A Rolling StoneNov-95 
13Rolling StonesHarlem ShuffleMar-86 
14Rolling StonesLove Is StrongJul-94 
14Rolling StonesSympathy For The Devil (remix)Sep-03 
15Rolling StonesStreets Of Love / Rough JusticeSep-05 


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Abba  7-6-5-4-3-2-1 

 

 

PositionArtistTitleDateDetails
1AbbaWaterlooApr 1974 
6AbbaS.O.S.Sep 1975 
1AbbaMamma MiaDec 1975 
1AbbaFernandoMar 1976 
1AbbaDancing QueenAug 1976 
3AbbaMoney Money MoneyNov 1976 
1AbbaKnowing Me Knowing YouFeb 1977 
1AbbaThe Name Of The GameOct 1977 
1AbbaTake A Chance On MeFeb 1978 
5AbbaSummer Night CitySep 1978 
2AbbaChiquititaFeb 1979 
4AbbaDoes Your Mother KnowMay 1979 
3AbbaAngel Eyes / Voulez VousJul 1979 
3AbbaGimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight)Oct 1979 
2AbbaI Have A DreamDec 1979 
1AbbaThe Winner Takes It AllAug 1980 
1AbbaSuper TrouperNov 1980 
7AbbaLay All Your Love On MeJul 1981 
3AbbaOne Of UsDec 1981 


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Went to see them supporting the Kaiser Chiefs in Birmingham the other weekend and they were OK. In the morning, America etc, more Bob Geldof at times than Bob himself. 



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Went to see them supporting the Kaiser Chiefs in Birmingham the other weekend and they were OK. In the morning, America etc, more Bob Geldof at times than Bob himself. 


That's what I'm doing tomorrow. Yep, Johnny Borrell has definite similarities. If not quite identical

Saw them at Electric Ballroom a few years ago and they were brilliant.  Truth is I am going to see them rather the Kaiser Chiefs. The latter are ok for the hits but not a massive fan.  Still I got a ticket for £20 so can't grumble.



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ArrGee wrote:
Mark L wrote:

Went to see them supporting the Kaiser Chiefs in Birmingham the other weekend and they were OK. In the morning, America etc, more Bob Geldof at times than Bob himself. 


That's what I'm doing tomorrow. Yep, Johnny Borrell has definite similarities. If not quite identical

Saw them at Electric Ballroom a few years ago and they were brilliant.  Truth is I am going to see them rather the Kaiser Chiefs. The latter are ok for the hits but not a massive fan.  Still I got a ticket for £20 so can't grumble.



-- Edited by ArrGee on Friday 31st of January 2020 02:00:57 PM


 I got in for free due to a cry-off so had even less reason to grumble! 



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Mark L wrote:
ArrGee wrote:
Mark L wrote:

Went to see them supporting the Kaiser Chiefs in Birmingham the other weekend and they were OK. In the morning, America etc, more Bob Geldof at times than Bob himself. 


That's what I'm doing tomorrow. Yep, Johnny Borrell has definite similarities. If not quite identical

Saw them at Electric Ballroom a few years ago and they were brilliant.  Truth is I am going to see them rather the Kaiser Chiefs. The latter are ok for the hits but not a massive fan.  Still I got a ticket for £20 so can't grumble.


 I got in for free due to a cry-off so had even less reason to grumble! 


Nice.  Though ticket was only £20, I suspect my day out will cost far more than that.  Starting with rugby at nearby pub at 4.30pm and tubes run all night these days...

 



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ArrGee wrote:
Mark L wrote:
ArrGee wrote:
Mark L wrote:

Went to see them supporting the Kaiser Chiefs in Birmingham the other weekend and they were OK. In the morning, America etc, more Bob Geldof at times than Bob himself. 


That's what I'm doing tomorrow. Yep, Johnny Borrell has definite similarities. If not quite identical

Saw them at Electric Ballroom a few years ago and they were brilliant.  Truth is I am going to see them rather the Kaiser Chiefs. The latter are ok for the hits but not a massive fan.  Still I got a ticket for £20 so can't grumble.


 I got in for free due to a cry-off so had even less reason to grumble! 


Nice.  Though ticket was only £20, I suspect my day out will cost far more than that.  Starting with rugby at nearby pub at 4.30pm and tubes run all night these days...

 


 Enjoy.... you cannot take it with you as my gran used to say. There are no pockets in shrouds. 



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