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Nyköping

Hansson . Later editions of ''Casino (Casino (Alcazar album))'' contained a cover (cover version) of The Human League's hit (chart-topper) "Don't You Want Me (Don't You Want Me#Alcazar version)" which also served as the third single off the album. In the United States, Alcazar gained moderate success. "Crying at the Discoteque" peaked at #44 and "Don't You Want Me" peaked at #30 on the Hot Dance Music Club Play. Image:COA family sv Tyrgils


Green Bay, Wisconsin

20 marks the final radio show in Detroit. Imports of "Special" from Europe make enough dance club playlists by the end of 1998 that the song is certified the #3 "Hot Dance Breakout" by ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' on December 25:

&f false title Hot Dance Breakouts: Garbage - Special (Mushroom Import, #3) publisher Billboard magazine, reproduced on Google Books accessdate 2010-11-24 "Special" makes a debut on the January 6th, 1999 Hot Dance Club Play chart at #44.


Nassau, Bahamas

"Legal Tender" reached the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100) chart, as well as the ''Billboard'' Hot Dance Club Play Singles (Hot Dance Club Songs) chart alongside its two respective singles. before Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium)'' ''Mexico City, Mexico'' after Atlantis Paradise Island'' ''Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas), the Bahamas'' years 2008 (Miss Universe 2008) *''' Louis Des Balbes de Berton de Crillon, duc de Mahon

web url and went to top the Hot Dance Music Club Play (Hot Dance Club Songs). It provided his only UK Singles Chart entry, peaking at #68 for one week in August 1988.


Phoenix, Arizona

''s chart data from the weeks between March 29, 1975 and August 21, 1976 into ''Billboard''s club play history. For the sake of continuity, ''Record World''s national chart is incorporated into both Whitburn's ''Dance Disco'' publication (via his Record Research company) as well as the 1975 and 1976 number-ones lists. NHL Chimera played two seasons for Edmonton before being traded to the Phoenix Coyotes for draft choices

;Billboard Hot Dance Disco 1974-2003" '''Note:''' ''Billboard'' magazine's dance disco chart, which began in 1974 and ranked the popularity of tracks in New York City discothèques, expanded to feature multiple charts each week which highlighted playlists in various cities such as San Francisco, Boston

, ''Record World''s national chart is incorporated into the 1975 and 1976 lists. publisher United States Soccer Federation date 16 June 2009 accessdate 18 June 2009 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20090619071040 http: www.ussoccer.com articles


United States

in the 1970s, as did the less cerebral humour of Benny Hill and his ITV sketch series ''The Benny Hill Show''. - align "left" U.S. (United States) ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100) align "center" 3 - align "left" U.S. (United States) ''Billboard'' Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Songs) align "center" 10 - align "left" United States U.S

; *"Here To Go" (September 1987) #16 U.S. (United States) Dance (Hot Dance Club Play), UK #88 *"Hypnotised" (December 1989) #66 UK The United States Federal Communications Commission states in Part 73, section 758 that: "For digitally modulated emissions, the Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) standard shall be employed." Part 73, section 758 is for HF (high frequency) broadcasting only

forerunners to the new jack swing movement. isbn 1-904994-10-5 page 560 and held the number 1 position for: US (United States) ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' R&B (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart (record chart), Hot Black Singles-Sales, Hot Black Singles-Airplay, US Hot Dance Club Play, Hot Dance Disco-12 inch singles sales charts. '''Edward Theodore Riley''' (born October 8, 1967), professionally known as '''Teddy Riley''', is an United


The Bronx

, ''Bad of the Heart'' had many underground dance hits like ''Bad of the Heart'' (#25 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1990), ''Look Into My Eyes'' (#4 Hot Dance Club Play, 1990) and ''Without You'' (#4 Hot Dance, 1989), all co-produced by New York producer Chris Barbosa who had produced Shannon (Shannon (singer))'s string of hits a few years earlier. In 1990, Lamond scored a hit with Brenda K. Starr on the duet "No Matter What (No Matter What (George Lamond song))" (#49


Cyprus

; (2005) entered the charts around the world. Her first internationally distributed albums are named after the songs "Gia" and "Come Along Now". "Gia" and "Opa Opa" have both charted on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) and Hot Dance Airplay charts, with ''Gia (Gia (song))'' reaching number 1 for 2 weeks on the latter and "Opa Opa (Opa Opa (Despina Vandi song))" reaching number 3 on the Hot Dance Radio Airplay

' 1997 (Eurovision Song Contest 1997) "Love Shine A Light". The song also made Greece the first country not a member of Big Four to win the contest without going through a semifinal. After Eurovision, the song topped the charts in Greece, Cyprus and Sweden, and entered the top ten in Romania, The Netherlands, Hungary, Belgium and even the U.S. ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' Hot Dance Club Play Chart. In 2005, Eurovision held a commemorative


Trinidad and Tobago

Like to Move It” became an international smash, enjoying mainstream radio airplay, reaching #89 on the Hot 100, #5 on the UK Singles Chart, and made Morillo a millionaire. Both ''I Like To Move It'' and ''House Of Love'' (a song he released as part of Smooth Touch) hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music Club Play chart, and Morillo became a world traveler, often traveling between Europe, where he would tape for MTV Europe, and The United States, where he would return

, was a number one hit in the Netherlands and was a number 8 hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Music Club Play chart. - 3. 25 April 2001 Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago align center '''1'''–1 align center 1–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONCACAF)) - Repeated acts of vandalism on University and country level articles.


West Germany

; is a funk-influenced dance (dance music) track with a memorable bassline and ambiguous, drug- and or sex-themed lyrics ("white horse" being slang for heroin) that became popular in US club (Nightclub)s. After the song was re-released as an A-side on both 7-inch and 12-inch (12-inch single) vinyl (Gramophone record), it went on to spend three weeks at number one on ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' 's Hot Dance Club Songs National Disco Action

-one hit in the United Kingdom, the United States, West Germany and many other countries. In addition, in the US, along with the tracks, "Run Like Hell", and "Don't Leave Me Now (Don't Leave Me Now (Pink Floyd song))", "Another Brick in the Wall" reached number fifty-seven on the disco chart. ref>

. International success The album's title track (The Politics of Dancing (song)), released as a single in late 1983, was met with much greater success, and became a big international hit in 1984, reaching the Top 40 (and in some cases the Top 20) in numerous countries : #24 in the United States (Billboard Hot 100) and #8 in the U.S. dance chart (Hot Dance Club Play), #28 in the UK (with a chart run of 9 weeks),


Switzerland

. The tour was a mix of her current music, older tunes and Spanish music. In a later press release, Lopez announced a detailed itinerary. The tour launched September 28, 2007 at the Mark G. Etess Arena and ended on November 7, 2007 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The lead single, "Qué Hiciste," was officially released to radio stations in January 2007. Since then, it has peaked at 86 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Latin Songs and the Hot Dance Club

HMS ''Vanguard'' (HMS Vanguard (23)) in 1947. The Carnes version spent nine non-consecutive weeks on top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 (interrupted for one week by the "Stars on 45 Medley") and was ''Billboard'' (Billboard (magazine))'s number one single of 1981. ''Billboard'' December 26, 1981: p. YE-9 The single also peaked at No. 26 on the dance charts.

) single , it was a multiformat success in the US, where it also reached number four on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song peaked at #4 in another major market, the UK Singles Chart, as well as becoming a hit in the smaller Switzerland and South Africa markets. It went to #2 in Sweden and Ireland, and #9 in Austria


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