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  1. Clorox Bleachman

    Kill or Save: UK No. 1-hits of the 70s

    You can't tell me any of these ABBA songs are better than I Feel Love. 72 Baccara – Yes Sir, I can boogie 61 Rod Stewart – I don't want to talk about it / The first cut is the deepest 61 Donna Summer - I Feel Love +4 60 ABBA – Knowing me, knowing you 46 ABBA - Fernando 46 ABBA - The Name of the Game 33 ABBA - Mamma Mia 19 The Four Seasons - December 1963 (Oh, what a night) 18 Elton John & Kiki Dee - Don`t go breaking my heart 18 Hot Chocolate – So you win again 6 ABBA - Dancing Queen -6
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    41. Pelé

    Today.
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    Advent Avalanche 2022

    Holy shit! Total punt. The people saying he would go during the World Cup might be onto something.
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    Advent Avalanche 2022

    Pelé
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    Kill or Save: UK No. 1-hits of the 70s

    Guess I'll give this a go. More into the '74-'75 stuff than the previous years. Also, you voted out the wrong Mud song. 34 Barry White – You're the first, the last, my everything 26 John Denver – Annie´s Song 25 10CC – I'm not in love 24 Tammy Wynette – Stand by your man 24 ABBA – Waterloo +2 24 Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel – Make me smile (Come up and see me) +2 23 Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody 22 Suzi Quatro – Devil Gate Drive 22 Charles Aznavour – She 22 David Bowie – Space Oddity 20 The New Seekers – You won't find another fool like me 20 Alvin Stardust – Jealous mind 20 Paper Lace – Billy don't be a hero 20 Terry Jacks – Seasons in the sun 20 The Rubettes – Sugar Baby Love 20 George McCrae – Rock your bab 20 The Three Degrees – When will I see you again 20 The Osmonds – Love me for a reason 20 Sweet Sensation – Sad sweet dreamer 20 Ken Boothe – Everything I own 20 David Essex – Gonna make you a star 20 The Tymes – Miss Grace 20 Pilot – January 20 Telly Savallas – If 20 Bay City Rollers – Bye bye baby 20 Mud – Oh boy 20 Johnny Nash – Tears on my pillow 20 Bay City Rollers – Give a little love 20 Typically Tropical – Barbados 20 The Stylistics – I can't give you anything (but my love) 20 Rod Stewart – Sailing 20 Art Garfunkel – I only have eyes for you 18 Windsor Davies & Don Estelle – Whispering grass 18 Carl Douglas – Kung Fu fighting 14 Status Quo – Down down 14 David Essex - Hold me close  14 Mud – Lonely this Christmas -6 14 Ray Stevens – The Streak 14 Billy Connolly – D.I.V.O.R.C.E
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    Billy Connolly

    Turning 80 next week and still looking well in this photo:
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    Fort William Football Club

    @Paul Bearer How does one go about attending a game? My bus pass gets me to Fort William for a quid. It would just be for a single game though, I'm not prepared for the crushing disappointment of being a season ticket holder.
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    9. Jimmy Carter

    I'm getting hoax vibes. @CarterCenterUS has single-digit tweets and likes, whilst @CarterCenter is the original, more established account.
  9. Done all of them up to 1969. @Ulitzer95's list on the first page of the UK chart thread was extremely helpful. You weirdos who like early 70s #1s can work the rest out. 1901 - Louis Armstrong, 1968 1902-04 - N/A 1905 - Mantovani, 1953 1906 - N/A 1907 - Syd Dean (with The Stargazers), 1954 1908 - Ray Heindorf (with Doris Day), 1954 1909 - Hugo Winterhalter (with Eddie Fisher), 1953 1910 - Winifred Atwell, 1954 [she may have been born in 1914] 1911 - Mitch Miller (with Guy Miller), 1953 1912 - Paul Weston (with Jo Stafford), 1953 1913 - Frankie Laine, 1953 1914 - Thurl Ravenscroft (The Mellomen) 1954 1915 - Frank Sinatra, 1954 1916 - Perez Prado, 1955 1917 - Jo Stafford, 1953 1918 - Ray Charles (no, not him) (with Perry Como), 1958 1919 - Don Cornell, 1954 1920 - Dick James (The Stargazers), 1953 [Captain Tom would become the last 1920-born #1 artist, 67 years later) 1921 - Ronnie Milne (The Stargazers), 1953 1922 - Kay Starr, 1953 1923 - Cliff Adams (The Stargazers), 1953 1924 - Alan Dean (Johnston Brothers), 1955 1925 - Fred Datchler (The Stargazers), 1953 1926 - Marie Benson (The Stargazers), 1953 1927 - Al Martino, 1952 1928 - Eddie Fisher, 1953 1929 - Dickie Valentine, 1955 1930 - Johnny Grande (The Comets), 1955 1931 - Tab Hunter, 1957 1932 - Alma Cogan, 1955 1933 - Marshall Lytle (The Comets), 1955 1934 - Joey Ambrose (The Comets), 1955 1935 - Ruby Murray, 1955 1936 - Tommy Steele, 1957 1937 - The Crickets, 1957 1938 - Connie Francis, 1957 1939 - Jerry Allison (The Crickets), 1957 1940 - The Teenagers, 1956 1941 - Herman Santiago (The Teenagers), 1956 1942 - Frankie Lymon, 1956 [the baby of this list] 1943 - Tony Meehan (The Shadows), 1959 1944 - Mike Maxfield (The Dakotas), 1963 [Mick Green was a member of both The Dakotas and The Pirates, but he wasn't on the latter's #1 in '62] 1945 - Gordon Waller (Peter and Gordon), 1964 1946 - Helen Shapiro, 1961 1947 - Dave Davies (The Kinks), 1964 [a month before Sandie Shaw] 1948 - Steve Winwood (The Spencer Davis Group), 1965 1949 - Bee Gees, 1967 1950 - Love Affair, 1968 [eight months before Mary Hopkin] 1951 - Lynton Guest (Love Affair), 1968 [two years before Dana] 1952 - Maurice Bacon (Love Affair), 1968 1953 - Jimmy McCulloch (Thunderclap Newman), 1969 Willow Smith (b. 2000) went to #2 with "Whip My Hair" aged just 10 years old. She could possibly get a #1 in the future. Jasmine Thompson also got all the way to #2 in 2015 with a Tropical House cover of "Ain't Nobody" by Chaka Khan. Lil Pump, Kanye West and their Roblox suits reached #3 in 2018. I remember Tones and I's age causing a minor stir. Someone found a video from 2009 in which she was ~18. Very much not 9.
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    Dead Pop Stars

    My 4 grandparents have got to 91 on average so I should be in the clear!
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    Dead Pop Stars

    My third cousin. My old Maths teacher who's also from Gweedore explained my family tree once, but I've forgotten how it went. Too big of a family (not fans of contraception)
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    (C)Rappers

    It's because the general public i.e. middle-aged white Brits have heard it. Plenty of rappers who have had more influence, who will get the "who?" treatment when they go.
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    The one

    Quenlin Blackwell
  14. Clorox Bleachman

    40/40

    I entered 6 months late so I see no reason why you can't. You'll be at a disadvantage though, with all the people who've died in the last 4 years.
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    12. Queen Elizabeth II

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