Hi there i've found Take That singles chart positions in the 90's in Denmark but does anyone know of a valid source showing the chart positions of Take That and Party, Everything Changes, Nobody Else and Greatest Hits (charting in 1996). Thanks.
I've also been looking for Take That's chart positions in Denmark in the 90's. if you've found the singles chart positions could you add them here or send me a memo with the Take That chart history in Denmark.
About the albums, I know that Greatest Hits was #1 on the Albums Chart. Wikipedia has a Billboard magazine from 1996 as a source for that (in Billboard's Hits of the World section)
I had already seen that exact same forum entry and had that information, but it's only from 1994 and on. I would have liked to know if anything prior to that charted in Denmark, the singles from "Everything Changes" were quite succesful in Sweden, Norway and Finland, so it would make sense they were so in Denmark also.
I just noticed that on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Take_That_discography#Singles
somebody has entered Danish chart positions for "Everything Changes" (#4), "Love Ain't Here Anymore" (#6), "Back for Good" (#2) and "How Deep Is Your Love" (#1). Source is listed as Billboard magazine's Hits of the World charts. Oddly it doesn't match the chart positions from the UKMix forum. "Sure" (#3) and "Never Forget" (#3) are missing from that listing and the wiki-source lists #2 as peak position for "Back For Good" and not #1. Although the ref. for that #2 peak position has the date 6 May 1995, and on UKMix "Back for Good" is at #2 on the chart for that week, but it reached the #1 spot 5 weeks later on 10 June 1995. So it might be that the one that added the peak positions on wiki didn't have all the chart weeks available, hence two of the singles missing and the lower chart position for "back for Good".
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