|Edition: 713 (15 July 2004)
|JORGE TOMAS TOP 40
UPDATED EVERY 2 WEEKS WITH MY CURRENT FAVOURITE SONGS
|1. (1) MORRISSEY - First Of The Gang To Die
Only 3 Number Ones by Morrissey had spent more than a week at the top before ('Suedehead' and
'Everyday Is Like Sunday' in 1988 and 'November Spawned A Monster' in 1990).
At 0.38 AM, July 2nd 2004 I shook my hand with Morrissey's.
2. (2) LOS PLANETAS - Y Ademas Es Imposible
3. (6) THE WALKMEN - The Rat
4. (3) THE VEILS - The Wild Son
5. (5) KEANE - Snowed Under
6. (4) THE TRASH CAN SINATRAS - All The Dark Horses
7. (11) SNOW PATROL - Chocolate
8. (-) THE UPPER ROOM - All Over This Town
Debut hit. New band from Brighton, UK. This is only their second single.
Highly recommended for late-80's UK Pop lovers.
9. (13) THE STILLS - Changes Are No Good
10. (14) THE KILLERS - Mr.Brightside
11. (7) THE STILLS - Love And Death
12. (8) HAVEN - Wouldn't Change A Thing
13. (12) THE VEILS - The Leavers Dance
14. (9) KEANE - Somewhere Only We Know
15. (10) THE DIVINE COMEDY - Come Home Billy Bird
16. (19) BENJAMIN BIOLAY & LOUISE ALENIUS -The Word
17. (17) SONDRE LERCHE - Two Way Monologue
18. (18) ADAM GREEN - Jessica
19. (16) KEANE - Everybody's Changing
20. (15) THE STILLS - Lola Stars And Stripes
21. (22) THE DIVINE COMEDY - Absent Friends
22. (23) DELAYS - Wanderlust
23. (26) HOPE OF THE STATES - Enemies/Friends
24. (27) MIDLAKE - Ballon Maker
25. (24) THE VEILS - The Tide That Left & Never Came Back
26. (-) MULL HISTORICAL SOCIETY - How 'Bout I Love You More
5th hit. First single from their 3rd album 'This Is Hope'. They reached Number One with 'Watching
Xanadu' in 2002 and with 'The Final Arrears' last year.
27. (30) THE INNOCENCE MISSION - One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
28. (20) SOUTH - Colours In Waves
29. (21) I AM KLOOT - From Your Favourite Sky
30. (28) SIDONIE - Turn It Up
31. (25) MORRISSEY - Irish Blood, English Heart
32. (37) FANGORIA - Miro La Vida Pasar
33. (29) ASH - Orpheus
34. (38) CAMERA OBSCURA - San Francisco Song
35. (-) NANCY SINATRA - Let Me Kiss You
Debut hit. Bizarre hit of the year. The song is included in the current Morrissey album 'You Are The
Quarry'. The 64-year star does a surprisingly great version of the song in which Morrissey sings
the backing voices.
36. (-) BLONDE REDHEAD - Pink Love
2nd hit. Song included in their current album 'Missery Is A Butterfly'. They made #35 last April with
37. (36) POLAR - Amy Says
38. (39) ASH - Star Crossed
39. (-) TREMBLING BLUE STARS - Helen Reddy
6th hit. Band formed by former The Field Mice members. Biggest hit remains their debut single
'Abba On The Jukebox' (#1 in 1996)
40. (-) I AM KLOOT - Proof
2nd hit. Previous hit 'From Your Favourite' made #17 last May.