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P Grandson's personal ranking of all UK Number One songs // #1 REVEALED!

Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by P Grandson, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. The 1990's. What a glorious decade for music. Certainly, my favourite decade in music. It was also the decade where I began to follow the UK music charts. And as we've entered the thirtieth year since the beginning of the 90's, I'd like to take you on a journey through the good, the bad and the ugly of it all by counting down my personal ranking of all number one 1 hits in the UK from 1990 to 1999.




    I know, I know what you're thinking: "Why should we give a toss to a personal ranking by this guy? From what I've seen around this forum, his music taste is lousy. Heck he's not even British!" That may be, but I promise that I'll do my best not to suck as much while doing this. Whether I will succeed, we'll see about that. Most likely not.

    Before we begin, a few notes:
    - I've decided not to include Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody as it has already been Number One before. But the other oldies are in the list.
    - In case of double A-side singles or EP, I decided to rank each song separetely.
    - So in all, there will be a total of 222 songs divided by six tiers
    • BAD (as in I don't like them at all): 20 songs
    • MEH (as in I don't outrightly dislike them but I'm either indifferent or there is something about it that prevents me from liking them more): 38 songs
    • DECENT (as in definitely not bad, but still lacking something): 76 songs
    • GOOD (as if I definitely like them): 47 songs
    • GREAT (as this is really good stuff): 28 songs
    • AMAZING (as in love this to bits and are in my all-time faves): 13 songs
    - At the beginning, each post will comprise of four/five songs (with maybe a few exceptions). Then when we reach the 41 songs that comprise my GREAT and AMAZING tiers, there will be an individual post for each.

    So let's start it.
     
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  2. RANKING

    BAD
    222. Mr. Blobby – Mr. Blobby (1993)
    221. You’ll Never Walk Alone – Robson And Jerome (1996)
    220. Flat Beat – Mr. Oizo (1999)
    219. Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter – Iron Maiden (1991)
    218. Saviour’s Day – Cliff Richard (1990)
    217. A Little Bit More – 911 (1999)
    216. Teletubbies Say Eh-Oh – Teletubbies (1997)
    215. Turtle Power – Partners In Kryme (1990
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    214. Seasons In The Sun – Westlife (1999)
    213. You Needed Me – Boyzone (1999)
    212. I Feel You – Peter Andre (1996)
    211. Saturday Night At The Movies – Robson And Jerome (1996)
    210. Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini – Bombalurina (1991)
    209. Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle) – The Outhere Brothers (1995)
    208. Deeper Underground – Jamiroquai (1998)
    207. Lift Me Up – Geri Halliwell (1999)
    206. I Wanna Sex You Up – Color Me Badd (1992)
    205. Twist & Shout – Chaka Demus & Pliers (1994)
    204. Come On Your Reds – Manchester United Football Squad (1994)
    203. The Millennium Prayer – Cliff Richard (1999)

    MEH
    202. White Cliffs Of Dover – Robson And Jerome (1995)
    201. Unchained Melody - Robson And Jerome (1995)
    200. Up On The Roof - Robson And Jerome (1995)
    199. I Believe - Robson And Jerome (1995)

    198. I Have A Dream – Westlife (1999)
    197. Knocking On Heaven’s Door – Dunblane (1996)
    196. The Smile Song – Victoria Wood (1991)
    195. Do The Bartman – The Simpsons (1991)
    194. These Are The Days Of Our Lives – Queen, George Michael & Lisa Stansfield (1993)
    193. The Stonk – Hale & Pace (1991)
    192. Any Dream Will Do – Jason Donovan (1990)
    191. Words – Boyzone (1996)
    190. Beetlebum – Blur (1997)
    189. Lady Marmalade – All Saints (1998)
    188. Ain’t Nobody – LL Cool J (1997)
    187. Dizzy – Vic Reeves & The Wonder Stuff (1991)
    186. Swear It Again – Westlife (1999)
    185. SOS – Erasure (1992)
    184. Tears On My Pillow – Kylie Minogue (1990)
    183. All That I Need – Boyzone (1998)
    182. How Deep Is Your Love – Take That (1996)
    181. Heartbeat – Steps (1999)
    180. What The Becomes Of The Broken Hearted – Robson And Jerome (1996)
    179. D’you Know What I Mean – Oasis (1997)
    178. Love Can Build A Bridge – Cher, Chrissie Hynde, Neneh Cherry & Eric Clapton (1995)
    177. Rollercoaster – B*Witched (1998)
    176. Voulez-vous – Erasure (1992)
    175. Please Don’t Go – KWS (1992)
    174. When The Going Gets Tough – Boyzone (1999)
    173. Boom! Shake The Room! – Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince (1993)
    172. Gym & Tonic – Spacedust (1998)
    171. It’s Only Us – Robbie Williams (1999)
    170. Love Won’t Wait – Gary Barlow (1997)
    169. The Fly – U2 (1991)
    168. Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex (1995)

    167. Keep On Movin’ – Five (1999)
    166. Discotheque – U2 (1997)
    165. We’re Going To Ibiza – Vengaboys (1999)

    DECENT
    164. Three Lions 98 – Baddiel & Skinner with Lightning Seeds (1998)
    163. Flava – Peter Andre (1996)
    162. All Around The World – Oasis (1998)
    161. The Joker – Steve Miller Band (1990)
    160. Oh Carolina – Shaggy (1993)
    159. Under The Bridge – All Saints (1998)
    158. Jesus To A Child – George Michael (1996)
    157. Forever Love – Gary Barlow (1996)
    156. Mmm Bop – Hanson (1997)
    155. When You Say Nothing At All – Ronan Keating (1999)
    154. Babe – Take That (1993)
    153. Ice Ice Baby – Vanilla Ice (1991)
    152. Setting Sun – Chemical Brothers feat. Noel Gallagher (1996)
    151. Doctor Jones – Aqua (1998)
    150. Blame It On The Weatherman – B*Witched (1999)
    149. Too Much – Spice Girls (1997)
    148. Blood On The Dancefloor – Michael Jackson (1997)
    147. Girlfriend – Billie Piper (1998)
    146. Goodbye – Spice Girls (1998)
    145. Somebody To Love – George Michael & Queen (1993)
    144. Baby Come Back – Pato Banton with Ali and Robin Campbell (1994)
    143. If You Tolerate This, Your Children Will Be Next – Manic Street Preachers (1998)
    142. She’s The One – Robbie Williams (1999)
    141. The Real Thing – Tony Di Bart (1994)
    140. Take A Chance On Me – Erasure (1992)
    139. Candle In The Wind 97 – Elton John (1997)
    138. No Matter What – Boyzone (1998)
    137. A Little Time – Beautiful South (1990)
    136. Tragedy – Steps (1998)
    135. Hangin’ Tough – New Kids On The Block (1990)
    134. Everything Changes But You – Take That (1994)
    133. The One And Only – Chesney Hawkes (1991)
    132. The Shoop Shoop Song – Cher (1991)
    131. 9 PM (Till I Come) – ATB (1999)
    130. Innuendo – Queen (1991)
    129. All That She Wants – Ace Of Base (1993)
    128. Killer / Papa Was A Rolling Stone – George Michael (1993)
    127. Black Or White – Michael Jackson (1991)
    126. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – George Michael & Elton John (1992)
    125. It’s Like That – Run DMC vs. Jason Nevins (1998)
    124. Never Ever – All Saints (1998)
    123. These Are The Days Of Our Lives – Queen (1991)
    122. Ebenezer Goode – The Shamen (1992)
    121. I Want You Back – Melanie B. feat. Missy Elliott (1998)
    120. Men In Black – Will Smith (1997)
    119. Ain’t No Doubt – Jimmy Nail (1992)
    118. Breakfast At Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something (1996)
    117. Living On My Own – Freddie Mercury (1993)
    116. Doop – Doop (1994)
    115. Let Me Be Your Fantasy – Baby D (1994)
    114. Things Can Only Get Better – D:Ream (1994)
    113. Mr. Vain – Culture Beat (1993)
    112. 3 a.m. Eternal – The KLF (1991)
    111. Without You – Mariah Carey (1994)
    110. Fly Away – Lenny Kravitz (1999)
    109. Saturday Night – Whigfield (1994)
    108. Boom Bastic – Shaggy (1995)
    107. U Make Me Wanna – Usher (1998)
    106. Goodnight Girl – Wet Wet Wet (1992)
    105. To You I Belong – B*Witched (1998)
    104. A Different Beat – Boyzone (1996)
    103. Sweet Like Chocolate – Shanks & Bigfoot (1999)
    102. Feel It – The Tamperer feat. Maya (1998)
    101. Millenium – Robbie Williams (1998)
    100. Chocolate Salty Balls (PS I Love You) – South Park’s Chef (Isaac Hayes) (1998)
    99. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World – Prince (1994)
    98. C’est La Vie – B*Witched (1998)
    97. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) – The Offspring (1999)
    96. Boom Boom Boom Boom – Vengaboys (1999)
    95. Some Might Say – Oasis (1995)
    94. Mama – Spice Girls (1997)
    93. Block Rockin’ Beats – Chemical Brothers (1997)
    92. Three Lions – Baddiel & Skinner with Lightning Seeds (1996)
    91. Spaceman – Babylon Zoo (1996)
    90. Sure – Take That (1994)
    89. Perfect Day – Various Artists (1997)

    GOOD
    88. Healing Hands – Elton John (1990)
    87. Sacrifice – Elton John (1990)
    86. Lay All Your Love On Me – Erasure (1992)
    85. Earth Song – Michael Jackson (1995)
    84. Back For Good – Take That (1995)
    83. Blue (Da Ba Dee) – Eiffel 65 (1999)
    82. Boom Boom Boom – Outhere Brothers (1995)
    81. Everything I Do (I Do It For You) – Bryan Adams (1991)
    80. Viva Forever – Spice Girls (1998)
    79. Stay Another Day – East 17 (1994)
    78. Mi Chico Latino – Geri Halliwell (1999)
    77. Mambo N.º 5 (A Little Bit Of) – Lou Bega (1999)
    76. Breathe – Prodigy (1996)
    75. Bootie Call – All Saints (1998)
    74. Dub Be Good At Me – Beats International feat. Lindy Layton (1990)
    73. You Are Not Alone – Michael Jackson (1995)
    72. Brimful Of Asha (Norman Cook remix) – Cornershop (1998)
    71. You Don’t Know Me – Armand Van Halden feat. Duane Harden (1999)
    70. Flying Without Wings – Westlife (1999)
    69. King Of My Castle – Wamdue Project (1999)
    68. Dreamer – Livin’ Joy (1995)
    67. Praise You – Fatboy Slim (1999)
    66. Killer – Adamski feat. Seal (1990)
    65. Freak Me – Another Level (1998)
    64. No Limit – 2 Unlimited (1993)
    63. Should I Stay Or Should I Go? – The Clash (1991)
    62. Young At Heart – The Bluebells (1993)
    61. Would I Lie To You? – Charles & Eddie (1992)
    60. End Of The Road – Boyz II Men (1992)
    59. Fairground – Simply Red (1995)
    58. Professional Widow (It’s Got Be Big) (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix) – Tori Amos (1997)
    57. I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You – UB40 (1993)
    56. Livin’ La Vida Loca – Ricky Martin (1999)
    55. Ooh…Ah…Just A Little Bit – Gina G. (1996)
    54. I Believe I Can Fly – R. Kelly (1997)
    53. I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys (1999)
    52. Country House – Blur (1995)
    51. I Wanna Be The Only One – Eternal feat. Bebe Winans (1997)
    50. Something About The Way You Look Tonight – Elton John (1997)
    49. Gangsta’s Paradise – Coolio feat. LV (1995)
    48. Spice Up Your Life – Spice Girls (1997)
    47. The Power – Snap! (1990)
    46. Think Twice – Céline Dion (1995)
    45. Because We Want To – Billie Piper (1998)
    44. Barbie Girl – Aqua (1997)
    43. Firestarter – Prodigy (1996)
    42. If I Let You Go – Westlife (1999)

    GREAT
    41. Your Woman – Whitetown (1997)
    40. You’re Not Alone – Olive (1997)
    39. Vogue – Madonna (1990)
    38. Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers (1990)
    37. Fastlove - George Michael (1996)
    36. Sadeness Part 1 – Enigma (1991)
    35. I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston (1992)
    34. Ready Or Not – Fugees (1996)
    33. I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) – Meat Loaf (1993)
    32. Don’t Speak – No Doubt (1997)
    31. Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen) – Baz Luhrmann (1999)
    30. Who Do You Think You Are – Spice Girls (1997)
    29. Show Me Heaven – Maria McKee (1990)
    28. Maria – Blondie (1999)
    27. Killing Me Softly – Fugees (1996)
    26. Dreams – Gabrielle (1993)
    25. Wannabe – Spice Girls (1996)
    24. I’ll Be Missing You – Puff Daddy & Faith Evans feat. 112 (1997)
    23. Inside – Stiltskin (1994)
    22. Love Is All Around – Wet Wet Wet (1994)
    21. Rhythm Is A Dancer – Snap! (1992)
    20. Return Of The Mack – Mark Morrison (1996)
    19. Perfect Moment – Martine McCutcheon (1999)
    18.The Drugs Don’t Work – The Verve (1997)
    17. World In Motion – England New Order (1990)
    16. Sleeping Satellite – Tasmin Archer (1992)
    15. Relight My Fire – Take That feat. Lulu (1993)
    14. Say You'll Be There - Spice Girls (1996)

    AMAZING
    13. Nothing Compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor (1990)
    12. Genie In A Bottle – Christina Aguilera (1999)
    11. Never Forget – Take That (1995)
    10. Stay - Shakespear's Sister (1992)
    9. Bring It All Back - S Club 7 (1999)
    8. Turn Back Time - Aqua (1998)
    7. 2 Become 1 - Spice Girls (1996)
    6. Frozen - Madonna (1998)
    5. Believe - Cher (1998)
    4. My Heart Will Go On - Céline Dion (1998)
    3. ...Baby One More Time - Britney Spears (1999)
    2. Don't Lock Back in Anger - Oasis (1996)
    1. Pray - Take That (1993)
     
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  3. I am here for this.
     
  4. 222 MR. BLOBBY Mr. Blobby (1993)

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    I don't want to begin with too much negativity and I'm sure all the expelatives have been applied to describe this song. Instead I will only mention that this was the first single in 24 years to climb back to Number One after dropping from it previously. Why so is the question that will forever remain unanswered.

    221 YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE Robson And Jerome (1996)


    No golden sky at the end of this storm. And the first of many items to shelve under the "limp cover versions that add nothing to the original and/or the most popular version" category. There'll be quite a few.

    220 FLAT BEAT Mr. Oizo (1999)

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    I don't know if you can capture annoyance in a bottle. But I sure know you can capture it in a record.

    219 BRING YOUR DAUGHTER TO THE SLAUGHTER Iron Maiden (1991)

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    Out of all the vast and thurough superior material, this had to be Eddie's moment of chart topping glory.
     
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  5. 218 SAVIOUR'S DAY Cliff Richard (1990)

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    As if Mistletoe And Wine wasn't enough.

    217 A LITTLE BIT MORE - 911 (1999)

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    Although Lee Brennan's voice is on the Peter Andre realm of annoying, I admit that I've enjoyed the occasional 911 song like Don't Make Me Wait or The Journey. But their only chart-topping hit is just insufferable. Item 2 of the "limp cover songs add nothing to the original" department.

    216 TELETUBBIES SAY EH-OH Teletubbies (1997)

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    Maybe it's me who never got the Teletubbies phenomenon. Or maybe this is just plain bad.

    215 TURTLE POWER Partners In Kryme (1990)


    The first ever rap song to top the UK charts. And probably the only song that could make Ice Ice Baby feel second hand embarassment.
     
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  6. Turtle Power - memories of being 9 years old, perma-clad in a purple shellsuit and moon boots, and “dancing” to this, high on pick & mix, at the local youth club disco every Thursday night that summer where the DJ played it on repeat.

    My younger brother cried when Timmy Mallet knocked it off the top spot.

    (great thread idea!)
     
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  7. I don’t mind Saviours Day even if the overt Christianity of everyone swaying on a hilltop to the glory of god or something is a bit much for an atheist like me.

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  8. 214. SEASONS IN THE SUN Westlife (1999)
    213. YOU NEEDED ME Boyzone (1999)

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    Items 3 and 4 of the "Limp cover versions that add nothing to the original". Don't care much for the original versions as well

    212. I FEEL YOU Peter Andre (1996)

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    I can appreciate Mysterious Girl in spite of Pete's voice and I even can (spoiler) tolerate Flava, but listening to him in a dreary ballad it's beyond my tolerance.

    211. SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES Robson and Jerome (1996)

    At least, Jerome can rock a boufant.

    210. ITSY BITSY TEENIE WEENIE YELLOW POLKA DOT BIKINI Bombalurina (1990)

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    Usually, I can enjoy a juvenile and piss fun record but the production here is too turgid and sample-heavy for it to be a minimally enjoyable listen for me. I guess Sir Lloyd Webber was only looking for a quick cash-in with this one. And there's the kii of the future Mrs. Gary Barlow enjoying a glimpse of fame a couple of years before Take That have become a thing.
     
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  9. 209 DON'T STOP (WIGGLE WIGGLE) Outhere Brothers (1995)

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    "Try Not To Have A Headache" Challenge - Extremely Hard Level.

    208 DEEPER UNDERGROUND Jamiroquai (1998)

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    Jamiroquai have the fair share of great songs but this is not one of them. Plain dreadful, just like everything involved in the 1998 Godzilla movie. What a nuisance that this is their only chart topper.

    207 LIFT ME UP Geri Halliwell (1999)

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    Sassy Look At Me Geri was ok. Sexy Chica Latina Geri was cute. Crooner Geri is underwhelming. Tin Tin Emma should have been Number One.

    206 I WANNA SEX YOU UP Colour Me Badd (1992)

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    What I've ordered: New Kids On The Block meets Boyz II Men
    What arrived on the mail: a tin of canned beans.

    205 TWIST & SHOUT Chaka Demus & Pliers (1994)


    A perennial skip in my NOW 27 copy.
     
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  10. Did I somehow miss The Millennium Prayer or...?
     
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  11. No, but it's coming soon.
     
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  12. Awwww tick tok get up stop stop to the......

    I loved the first Color Me Badd song.
     
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  13. 204 COME ON YOU REDS Manchester United Football Squad (1994)


    Not the worst "football squad" record (God knows how most of them are terrible) but still nothing to write home about.

    203 THE MILLENIUM PRAYER Cliff Richard (1999)

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    Don't save a prayer for me now, save it to the millenium after.

    MEH (note that all the songs from 191-202 were all considered for the bad tier)
    202. WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER Robson And Jerome (1995)
    201. UNCHAINED MELODY Robson And Jerome (1995)

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    200. UP ON THE ROOF Robson And Jerome (1995)
    199. I BELIEVE Robson And Jerome (1995)

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    Better to get all these four right out of the way. R&J's take on Unchained Melody being one of the biggest selling singles of the decade is even more baffling than One Dance being Number One for 15 weeks. I admit, maybe because I only knew about the Frankie Laine well after, that I don't mind I Believe that much though.
     
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  14. 198. I HAVE A DREAM Westlife (1999)

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    The ABBA original was in the race to become the last Number One of the seventies (held off by Pink Floyd) but this got to be the last Number One of the nineties. Sadly not the most golden key to close off such a great decade. Item 5 of the "limp cover versions that add nothing to the original" shelf.

    197. KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR Dunblane (1996)

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    OK. I f*cked up. It was after doing this list that I found that this was an actually a double A-side couple with "Throw These Guns Away". So, let's just pretend the latter is not an A-side, and I'll focus on their cover of the Bob Dylan original. As far as charity records go, it's not among the vilest, and I can understand it came out of as a sort of catharsis to a whole community (if not a whole nation) that was shook to the core by such a horrid tragedy. But still not a great record by any means.

    196. THE SMILE SONG Victoria Wood (1991)


    This was the 90's equivalent of Billy Bragg's "She's Leaving Home" as the other A-side of a charity single by different acts that was eclipsed by its more famous counterpart. Heck, I didn't even know that this was an A-side until the news of Wood's death. While she was a very talented comedian, this offering of hers didn't have the pizazz of Hale & Pace's respective output.

    195. DO THE BARTMAN The Simpsons (1991)

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    Despite providing me with massive childhood nostalgia of the early Simpson eras when Bart was the lead character, I never really cared much for this record.
     
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  15. 194 THESE ARE THE DAYS OF OUR LIVES George Michael, Lisa Stansfield & Queen (1993)


    I mean, I like the five people involved in it, the Five Live version wasn't awful but with the original still coming up and all, I don't see the point on ranking it higher.

    193 THE STONK Hale & Pace (1991)

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    Entertaining enough but not my vibe.

    192 ANY DREAM WILL DO Jason Donovan (1990)

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    I would probably rank this a tad higher if weren't for those the Casio-esque arrangements.

    191 WORDS Boyzone (1996)

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    Yes, another item in the "limp cover versions that add nothing to the original".
     
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  16. 190. BEETLEBUM Blur (1997)

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    Taking advantage of the early year slump, this managed to be Blur's second Number One hit, roughly a year and a half since Country House legendarily beat Oasis's Roll With It in the Britpop Battle. By no means their worst offering, the chorus is nice but the verses and the buildup are a bit on the annoying side. And then there was the follow-up single who turned out to be Blur's most iconic song ever, which makes Beetlebum getting Number One instead of it all that injust.

    189. LADY MARMALADE All Saints(1998)

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    Not only it falls short of in comparison to both the Labelle original and the famous all-star Moulin Rouge take three years laters, the other A-side was clearly the far better record, not to mention their previous two singles.

    188. AIN'T NOBODY LL Cool J (1997)


    I originally had this lower on my ranking (at one time even in the "Bad" tier) but as a throwaway cover as it may be (there are better covers, nevermind comparing to the original) but at least it does bring something new (LL's rap, if nothing else). And like in Beetlebum, this also benefited from the early year slump to get to the top and feels somehow underwhelming that this goes down as Mr. Smith's only UK charttopper.

    187. DIZZY Vic Reeves & The Wonder Stuff (1991)

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    Pretty much my feelings towards the same as the Hale & Pace song, but I guess The Wonder Stuff contribution makes it more edgier and compelling.
     
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  17. I was loving this thread and thinking 'what a fabulous idea!', but then..'Beetlebum' so low?!!
     
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  18. 186 SWEAR IT AGAIN Westlife (1999)

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    Not the worst Westlife single, but does nothing for me.

    185 S.O.S. Erasure (1992)


    The weakest of their ABBA covers. The fact that SOS is not among my fave ABBA songs doesn't help either.

    184 TEARS ON MY PILLOW Kylie Minogue (1990)

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    Even Kylie's weakest offerings are pretty acceptable, but I never cared to much for this one and I'm glad she would make a huge comeback (and then some) in the following decade, because it would be underwhelming that this should be her final Number One.

    183 ALL THAT I NEED Boyzone (1998)

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    Sounds like a mish mosh of several midtempo pop songs circa 1997/98.
     
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  19. I saw Victoria Wood and thought I’d entered a parallel universe.

    That was a double-A side with The Stonk? Did anyone actually notice? I have literally never heard of this U.K. #1 single? I can’t see it listed as double-A side anywhere?
     
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  20. At the least, the single cover indicates that the first intention was to give the tracks equal billing.

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