Down Memory Lane

Another crazy week has gone by, not just music but also travel wise as you might notice below! Not only do I have a ‘new’ number one, I also travelled across Germany going down memory lane being in my hometown of Senftenberg/Brandenburg, where this whole chart concept began some 13.5 years ago!

This means, that this week I shall go into history based entries than this weeks ‘new’ ones, because it is much more fun I think! Though I would like to point out that it is very rare for a song to jump to the top sport after 8 weeks in the charts! Actually I think this never happened before! However Glee’s U2 cover version of ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’ kind of sums up my feelings I’ve experienced travelling  across the nation I grew up in, having visited cities such as Hanover, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.

The 4th of May has not produced a great deal of new entries over Enrico’s Hitlist existence, which means I will focus more on a few of the first few titles back in the first week of my charts! And the biggest applause goes to Manchester Pop group Urban Cookie Collective with their most successful hit ‘The Key: The Secret’! With 135 weeks chart presence it is the second longest running hit in the Top 20 and All Time Number 7 having spent 2 weeks at the top spot. In my point of view it is definitely a classic these days and as soon as you’ll watch it you surely you will dance or at least sing to it!

 

Another classic of course is Australians sensation Vanessa Amorosis’ ‘Absolutely Everybody’, the first ever officially mentioned Number One in Enrico’s Hitlist! Simple Lyrics and Simple Melody is all what it takes sometimes to bring the Olympic movement together after one of the most amazing Games ever. Of course I am talking about Sydney 2000! Despite that, you can barely deny that it is an amazingly catchy song and has therefore rightfully spent an incredible 38 weeks in the Top 20 to be currently listed at All Time Number 88!

 

Loona shouldn’t be missed out that year either, especially since Luv became the first Number 1 Hit that year with ‘You’re The Greatest Lover’. Never mind! ‘Latino Lover’ which obviously was a cover version still was a proper summer hit despite being ‘released’ and mentioned in Enrico’s Hitlist on the 1st of January 2001! A respectable 119 points have been collected in its 9 weeks appearance and a pretty memorable song to which I’ll leave you with this memory weekend!

Week 18 (28/04/14 – 04/05/14)

Rank Last Week Artist(s) / Band(s) Song Title Weeks
1

18

Glee I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For 8
2

1

Zac Brown Band Day For The Dead 3
3

2

Frozen Cast Fixer Upper 4
4

NEW

Ina Maria Federowski Gegensätze Ziehn Sich An 1
5

4

Natalija Verboten Ma Kje Si Ti 11
6

8

This Silent War We Are Broken 15
7

5

Sugarland Stuck Like Glue 5
8

6

Glee Downtown 5
9

13

Idina Menzel Let It Go 4
10

7

Ruth Lorenzo Dancing In The Rain 11
11

12

Glee Hold On 9
12

10

Rita Ora I Will Never Let You Down 4
13

14

Randy Edelman Rain Ride 2
14

NEW

Alice Per Elisa 1
15

16

Sugarland Something More 5
16

11

Marvin Gaye Sexual Healing (Kygo Remix) 2
17

15

Glee Raise Your Glass 6
18

9

Coldplay Hurts Like Heaven 4
19

3

Chris Young I Can Take It From There 2
20

20

Glee America 8

 

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