Who was TOTP when you were born?

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  1. http://www.everyhit.com/1000numberones/

    No, it was nothing exciting like the Beatles, the Beach Boys were nowhere to be seen and Elvis had left the building.

    I can't believe Englebert fcuking Humperdink and that all time classic "The Last Waltz" :roll: was number one when mummy decided to grace the earth with my presence.

    In fact I can't believe I'm that fcuking old .............


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    9 pages is long enough. thanks to all that contributed - hooped. mk
  2. The Beatles... Hello Goodbye :roll:

  3. Hot Chocolate, So You Win Again!

    Not even sure I know the tune!
  4. Dickie Valentine The Finger Of Suspicion Top British crooner, popular throughout the 50s. This was his 1st UK No. 1.
  5. George Harrison - "My Sweet Lord"

    Few days later than jarrod248 I think, 27th...

    Quite scary looking at the following years as well!
  6. Hah! - 'It's Now or Never' (Elvis)...
  7. Do Do Do Do....

    Do Do Do Do....

    Do Do Do Do.... :rage:

    [insert whistly bit]
  8. pilot with january single

    and that englebert bloke's greatest hits was the album wow :twisted:
  9. Was born into this one

    Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water

    Then joined the Army inbetween these two

    30 Jan Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now
    20 Feb Kylie Minogue I Should Be So Lucky

    Oh my god was somebody trying to warn me off joining.
  10. Squeeze me please me ...Slade. :D
  11. David Cassidy - How Can I Be Sure

    FFS - why couldn't I have someone cool like Elvis, or T-Rex :roll:
  12. The Charts started a few months after I was born, however, Al Martino was No 1 in Nov 19** with Here in my heart.
  13. Dusty springfield,You dont have to say you love me.

    Old bird! :wink:
  14. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    I believe that Radio on ecame on stream the day I was born and the first song was flowers in the rain.
  15. And Twizzlelehope please accept my apologies if my thread is ageist and doesn't allow you full participation.

    Thought people your age used pen and paper still. :wink: