Record mirror dance charts

The top 30 songs played in the Hi-NRG/Gay clubs in the United Kingdom in 1984. These charts were compiled from weekly DJ Club play returns by James Hamilton and Alan Jones for the UK's 'Record Mirror' magazine. In 1983 in the UK, music magazine Record Mirror began publishing a weekly Hi-NRG Chart. Hi-NRG entered the mainstream with hits in the UK pop and dance charts (and the US dance charts), such as Hazell Dean's "Searchin' (I Gotta Find a Man)" and Evelyn Thomas's "High Energy".

the OCC, the official British albums chart was the Melody Maker chart from 8 November 1958 to March 1960 (although the Record Mirror published charts from  13 Jan 2020 Wigan Casino Top 20. Compiled by Russ Winstanley & Richard Searling. This chart was published in Record Mirror weekly for several months  The charts were also published in Record Retailer (rebranded Record & Tape Retailer in 1971 and Music Week in 1972) and Record Mirror. However, the  Well, this got into the Record Mirror dance charts, I think as far as no 28 and remained there (in the chart) for at least 2 months, but I was never happy. It's worth 

Note: Record Mirror first published a year-end disco chart in December 1979. For the years 1975 to 21 Hamilton Bohannon – Let's Start The Dance – Mercury

16 Apr 2016 Here you can find an archive of scans of Record Mirror charts Is this just the main singles chart would love the indie charts ??! Back to Top. 4 Oct 2016 A guide to dance music's pre-rave past He would subsequently set up as a mobile DJ, and begin writing US reviews for Record Mirror. Gloria Gaynor, and would subsequently stack up a whole heap of hits including the  29 Jan 2011 Record Mirror 1981 Year End Disco Chart In ascending order: sourced from Record Mirror's year end countdown - scan is at  Explore the Record Mirror Hi-NRG & Eurobeat Top 50 - 1987 list by jamiej- 80sdisco on Discogs. These charts were compiled from weekly DJ Club play returns by James Eria Fachin - Savin' Myself (1989 Vocal Extended Dance Remix)

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Chicane is known for the singles "Offshore", an Ibiza dance anthem included in Chart (and #1 on other UK-based charts compiled by Mixmag, Record Mirror,  19 Dec 2018 The Wham! boys understand all about the charts and the market and You can dance to 'Make It Big', but its main impact is to reinforce Wham! AFEFE IKU/Mirror Dance (2017 Repress)/YORUBA RECORDS - London's leading Vinyl Records Specialist based in Soho, London W1. 8 Jun 2019 black mirror shut up and dance alex lawther camera Season 3, Episode 1: " Nosedive" This is the episode that probably hits closest to home:  20 Feb 1998 Melody Maker, Disc and Record Mirror, the last-named printing the one from By my reckoning, 14 records topped the NME chart and failed to make The Everly Brothers' powerful "Price Of Love" and Len Barry's dance  Record Mirror year-end disco charts, 1975-1989 Record Mirror UK Disco Chart: List of Number Ones, 1975-1989 A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart entries, 1975-1979 Longest-running entries on the Record Mirror UK Disco Chart, 1975-1981 Most charted artists on the Record Mirror UK Disco Chart, 1975-1981 The following pages contain the Top… Note: Record Mirror first published a year-end disco chart in December 1979. For the years 1975 to 1978, we have compiled our own charts. 1975 Note: this chart only covers the last four months of the year. 01 KC & The Sunshine Band – That’s The Way (I Like It) – Jay Boy 02 Roxy…

The charts were also published in Record Retailer (rebranded Record & Tape Retailer in 1971 and Music Week in 1972) and Record Mirror. However, the 

Record Mirror was a British weekly music newspaper between 1954 and 1991 for pop fans and record collectors. Launched two years after the NME, it never attained the circulation of its rival. The first UK album chart was published in Record Mirror in 1956, and during In later years the supplement concentrated on dance music: dance charts  Note: Record Mirror first published a year-end disco chart in December 1979. For the years 1975 to 21 Hamilton Bohannon – Let's Start The Dance – Mercury Record Mirror year-end disco charts, 1975-1989 Record Mirror UK Disco Chart: List of Number Ones, 1975-1989 A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart  Listen to Club 80s Presents Record Mirror Hi-Nrg Chart 091185 #23 by But musically it was the year in which my love of dance music took off, with the first  16 Apr 2016 Here you can find an archive of scans of Record Mirror charts Is this just the main singles chart would love the indie charts ??! Back to Top. 4 Oct 2016 A guide to dance music's pre-rave past He would subsequently set up as a mobile DJ, and begin writing US reviews for Record Mirror. Gloria Gaynor, and would subsequently stack up a whole heap of hits including the 

Note: Record Mirror first published a year-end disco chart in December 1979. For the years 1975 to 1978, we have compiled our own charts. 1975 Note: this chart only covers the last four months of the year. 01 KC & The Sunshine Band – That’s The Way (I Like It) – Jay Boy 02 Roxy…

Explore the Record Mirror Hi-NRG & Eurobeat Top 50 - 1987 list by jamiej- 80sdisco on Discogs. These charts were compiled from weekly DJ Club play returns by James Eria Fachin - Savin' Myself (1989 Vocal Extended Dance Remix) The Record Mirror is a former British weekly pop music newspaper. From 1955 until 1962, the Record Mirror compiled its own record chart which was used by  Cashbox Pop Chart Canada - UK NME Chart - UK Record Mirror Chart Billboard Singles Sales Chart - Billboard Dance Sales Chart Australia Dance Chart -  Profile and Interview by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 28 July 1962 Me Kangaroo Down, Sport' hit the British charts with all the fury of an aboriginal war dance. the OCC, the official British albums chart was the Melody Maker chart from 8 November 1958 to March 1960 (although the Record Mirror published charts from  13 Jan 2020 Wigan Casino Top 20. Compiled by Russ Winstanley & Richard Searling. This chart was published in Record Mirror weekly for several months  The charts were also published in Record Retailer (rebranded Record & Tape Retailer in 1971 and Music Week in 1972) and Record Mirror. However, the 

Record Mirror was a British weekly music newspaper between 1954 and 1991 for pop fans and record collectors. Launched two years after the NME, it never attained the circulation of its rival. The first UK album chart was published in Record Mirror in 1956, and during In later years the supplement concentrated on dance music: dance charts  Note: Record Mirror first published a year-end disco chart in December 1979. For the years 1975 to 21 Hamilton Bohannon – Let's Start The Dance – Mercury Record Mirror year-end disco charts, 1975-1989 Record Mirror UK Disco Chart: List of Number Ones, 1975-1989 A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart