Record mirror charts archive

From 1960 until 1969, the chart was compiled by combining the charts of four music magazines of the time, namely 'Record Mirror, Melody Maker, New Musical   4 Apr 2019 Record Mirror. Whereas NME had launched the UK Single chart four years earlier, it was Record Mirror who gave us the first Album chart in July 

February 1972 Record Mirror Number 1 in both singles and albums charts ! Rockmine : Music Paper Archive Magazine Maker, Glam Rock Bands, Electric  Record Mirror was a United Kingdom weekly music newspaper published between 1954 and 1991 for pop fans and record collectors. Launched two years after the New Music Express, it generally lagged NME in circulation. The first UK album chard was published in Record Mirror in 1956, and during the 1980s it was the only consumer music paper to carry the official singles chart for the UK and UK album Record Mirror year-end disco charts, 1975-1989 Record Mirror UK Disco Chart: List of Number Ones, 1975-1989 A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart entries, 1975-1979 Longest-running entries on the Record Mirror UK Disco Chart, 1975-1981 Most charted artists on the Record Mirror UK Disco Chart, 1975-1981 The following pages contain the Top… The Record Mirror is a former British weekly pop music newspaper. From 1955 until 1962, the Record Mirror compiled its own record chart which was used by many national newspapers. It formed as a rival to the existing chart published by NME.The Mirror 's chart was based on the postal returns from record stores that were financed by the newspaper—rival chart, NME, was based on a telephone poll. Record Mirror became RECORD AND RADIO MIRROR on 29th September 1973. It also merged with both POPSWOP and later DISC. SCAN FORMAT Of course it would be a benefitial archive to many if I scanned the complete magazine for each week. A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart entries, 1975-1979 Each entry is listed with its chart entry date, highest position and number of weeks on the chart. Additional re-entry dates are only listed when there is a significant gap between chart runs. Here you can find an archive of scans of Record Mirror charts http://scans.chartarchive.org/UK/

Record Mirror July 7th and 14th 1973 full paper.) So for the moment, the format of the pdf files given include 300dpi scans of front covers, chart listings (always an 

Don't miss adding this much sought after chart collection to your archive. PDF download – only £7.50 95 stunning pages in full colour. Check out the sample pages  7 Apr 2019 down from Queen Record Mirror March 30, 1974 Genevieve Hall Fire enough copies in the shops to put it into the charts in the first week.”. 17 Feb 2010 Posts about charts written by Charles. For the completeists the missing records from 1987 were. 28. Squirrel and g-man… – Happy Mondays 21 Aug 2017 This was as cutting-edge as it got - most dance records originating from the US Record Mirror would also weigh in with a 'Boystown Chart',  This Who cover sold abysmally, but got them into this chart! Thrown off EMI for deploying what the Daily Mirror deemed “the filthiest language REVIEW: B12/ Redcell (Mike Golding/Steve Rutter) B12 Archive Volume 7 by Various Artists  One of the largest and most comprehensive Smiths archives on the net. In the February 11,1984 issue of Record Mirror, Morrissey declared the album to be Throughout 1984, The Smiths maintained a ticklish presence in the charts,  February 1972 Record Mirror Number 1 in both singles and albums charts ! Rockmine : Music Paper Archive Magazine Maker, Glam Rock Bands, Electric 

Record Mirror was a British weekly music newspaper between 1954 and 1991 for pop fans and record collectors. Launched two years after the NME, it never attained the circulation of its rival.The first UK album chart was published in Record Mirror in 1956, and during the 1980s it was the only consumer music paper to carry the official UK singles and UK albums charts used by the BBC for Radio 1

7 Apr 2019 down from Queen Record Mirror March 30, 1974 Genevieve Hall Fire enough copies in the shops to put it into the charts in the first week.”. 17 Feb 2010 Posts about charts written by Charles. For the completeists the missing records from 1987 were. 28. Squirrel and g-man… – Happy Mondays

Initially not featuring any charts, host Alan Freeman begins referring to the Top 10s published by the various music papers, Melody Maker, NME, Disc and Record Mirror two years later in 1957. An

The Record Mirror is a former British weekly pop music newspaper. From 1955 until 1962, the Record Mirror compiled its own record chart which Archived from the original on 3 September 2011. Retrieved 4 November 2010. ^ Jump up to: 

Record Mirror was a United Kingdom weekly music newspaper published music paper to carry the official singles chart for the UK and UK album charts used 

Record Mirror was a British weekly music newspaper between 1954 and 1991 for pop fans and record collectors. Launched two years after the NME, it never attained the circulation of its rival. The first UK album chart was published in Record Mirror in 1956, and during Web.archive.org. Retrieved 28 May 2018. ^ Jump up  Record Mirror was a United Kingdom weekly music newspaper published music paper to carry the official singles chart for the UK and UK album charts used 

Record Mirror year-end disco charts, 1975-1989 Record Mirror UK Disco Chart: List of Number Ones, 1975-1989 A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart  Record Mirror July 7th and 14th 1973 full paper.) So for the moment, the format of the pdf files given include 300dpi scans of front covers, chart listings (always an  The chart also spawned imitators - Record Mirror launched its own chart in 1955 and Melody Maker in 1958. The forerunner of today's official chart first appeared   Feb 1994 to present day – Singles Chart, compiled by Kantar (formerly named Millward Brown). Official Albums Chart: July 28 1956 to March 1960 - Record Mirror  Please forgive the intrusion / interruption, but I just discovered this 2019 published bubblers book based on local Record Mirror charts. "Hits Channel: Chart