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DABhand  posted on Feb 23, 2013 10:17:24 AM - Report post

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One of a handful of songs that topped the UK, Australian, US, Irish and Dutch charts at the same time.

And by an English band.

But who knows which band and which songs, knocked each other off the number 1 spot consecutively the most. (i.e. The bands own songs knocked their previous number 1 off the top spot with no other band getting a number 1 in between the reigns of the songs).

[Edited by DABhand, 2/19/2013 5:24:09 PM]

I get the feeling that you know?

Well of course if I was asking the question to others, would be pointless if I didn't :P

But it was The Beatles.

They also are the first and only band/act that has topped the top 5 spots at any time, i.e. all top 5 spots are their singles.

I was amazed I had no idea they managed that.

Overall they are the most successful band in the US to date.

Elvis and Mariah Carey comes a close 2nd.

And for even more amazements... Elton John beats Michael Jackson >.<

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