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Only ever UK No 1 for this very successful glam rock band who went on to have many other chart hits during the early seventies.
Cum On Feel the Noise
Slade's 4th UK No 1 and their first to enter the charts straight in at No 1.
The Twelfth Of Never
A 2nd UK No 1 for Donny with this typical tear jerker.
A 2nd and final UK No 1 for the Irishman with a song about his dog.
Dawn featuring Tony Orlando
Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree
A 2nd and final UK No 1 with this heart warming classic about a prisoner returning home to see if his true love's still waiting for him.
See My Baby Jive
1st UK No 1 for the group that history remembers as Roy Wood's most successful chart act.
Can The Can
1st UK No 1 for this American girl rocker and bassist who found fame in the UK easier than at home.
1st UK No 1 for 10 CC with a more upbeat song than they are often remembered for.
Skweeze Me Pleeze Me
Slade's 5th No 1 continued their assault on the English language.
Peters & Lee
Only ever UK No 1 for this club duo who surprisingly found fame.
I'm The Leader Of The Gang (I Am)
|1st UK No 1 for this long-time struggling musician. He was nearly 30 by the time he became a glam-rock star.|
|A 3rd and final UK No 1 for Donny as a solo artist although he would later hit the top again as part of The Osmonds.|
|A 2nd and final UK No 1 for Wizzard. The song they're most remembered for, "I wish it could be Christmas every day" was beaten into the No 4 slot in this year.|
Simon Park Orchestra
|The instrumental theme from tv series "Van Der Valk" was first tv theme to reach the top of the charts.|
Daydreamer / The Puppy Song
|A 2nd and final UK No 1 for this teenage heartthrob who returned to acting shortly after.|
I Love You Love Me Love
|A 2nd UK No 1 for Glitter with a song which sold over a million copies world-wide.|
|This perennial Xmas classic was Slade's 6th and final UK No 1, and has been in the charts many times since.|