|JORGE TOMAS TOP 40
SINCE 1985 - UPDATED EVERY 2 WEEKS WITH MY CURRENT FAVOURITE SONGS
|Edition 739: 31 December 2005
1. (16) FOREIGN BORN - We Had Pleasure
Foreign Born get the last Number One of the year. For the first time in 20-years history no artist has managed to get more
than one song to the top spot in the same year.
This single has been released by Moshi Moshi that becomes the only label to have 2 Number Ones in 2005 (their other
was New Rhodes in September).
2. (1) LUXEMBOURG - Luxembourg Vs Great Britain
3. (2) GLEDHILL - Remain
4. (3) LEVY - Rotten Love
5. (4) PISKIE SITS - Props
6. (6) ROGUE WAVE - 10:1
7. (7) YOUTH GROUP - Someone Else's Dream
8. (5) CLOVIS - Mundo
9. (9) THE ORGAN - Memorize The City
10. (11) ALFIE - Where Did Our Loving Go?
11. (20) THE ELECTRIC SOFT PARADE - Cool World
12. (8) THE NATIONAL - Secret Meeting
13. (12) MERCROMINA - La Gran Aventura
14. (15) MEW - Special
15. (-) MEW - Why Are You Looking Grave?
6th hit. Great song included in ther current album 'and the Glass Handed Kites'. It's their new single (a promotional
release only) including a version of the song featuring J.Mascis.
16. (14) YOUR BLACK STAR - Oh Jesus
17. (17) STARSAILOR - In The Crossfire
18. (18) PANORAMA - DÃ³nde Estabas?
19. (21) SIDONIE - Dos Murcielagos
20. (25) MORNING RUNNER - Be All You Want Me To Be
21. (-) STARSAILOR - This Time
5th hit. Second single from 3rd album 'On The Outside'. The previous one is still holding its highest position at #17.
22. (26) BELLE & SEBASTIAN - Funny Little Frog
23. (27) SERENA MANEESH - Drain Cosmetics
24. (10) NEW RHODES - From The Beginning
25. (13) MOI CAPRICE - When Cushions Were Softer
26. (24) COLDPLAY - Talk
27. (23) GUILLEMOTS - Who Left The Lights Off Baby
28. (22) APARTMENT - Patience Is Proving
29. (19) THE LEGENDS - He Knows The Sun
30. (32) THE BRIGHT SPACE - With No Time To Kill
31. (31) GUILLEMOTS - Trains To Brazil
32. (30) GOOD SHOES - Small Town Girl
33. (35) SIGUR ROS - HoppÃ¬polla
34. (-) DECORATION - Pine
3rd hit. This is their third single all of them included in their debut album 'Don't Disappoint Me Now'. Previous two singles
had completely different success earlier this year: 'I Tried...' spent a whole month at the top in June while 'Escape
Routine' couldn't get higher than #40.
35. (33) EPIC 45 - England Fallen Over
36. (34) THE CHARADE - Monday Morning
37. (39) STARS - Your Ex-Lover Is Dead
38. (40) AMUSEMENT PARKS ON FIRE - Blackout
39. (-) SOUTH - A Place In Displacement
3rd hit. The London-based trio are releasing their third album 'Adventures In The Underground Journey To The Stars' in
April. This will be the first single from it. Their biggest hit to date is 'Colours In Waves' (#14 in May 2004).
40. (-) GEMMA HAYES - Happy Sad
Debut hit. 27-year old singer songwriter born in Tipperary, Ireland. This is the first single taken from her second album
'The Roads Don't Love You'.