Label: Íslenskir Tónar - IT147 • Format: CD Album, Deluxe Edition, Remastered Slipcase • Country: Iceland • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
Remember Me? What's New? Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of Sigurður Er Sjómaður - Utangarðsmenn - Geislavirkir Thread: Iceland charts. Iceland album and single charts 70's and 80's? Yes, there were. I'm going to post those since late soon - and will do it here. As far as I could trace, the singles chart existed in the s but was cancelled - while the album chart existed all the way through. I only collected those sinceso can't really be of help with most of the s. But what I have I will post, just wait a bit.
But what I have I will post. Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll. The story with these charts is funny as I only completely by chance found them online - and I don't understand a word in icelandic! But from what I was able to gather the situation is this: First, there was an It Could Happen To You - Bob Brookmeyer, Bill Evans - The Ivory Hunters chart - don't know when it started but it was there as far as I didn't copy it as I'm mainly interested in the singles charts.
The latter started in October or maybe - and likely - restarted after an intermission; though there was no singles chart in eitheror The singles chart was a Top 10 all the way through to the early or mid s - while the album one was Top 20, but strangely only a Top 10 was published I came to this conclusion as there are frequent references to positions lower than It was is? There was also a big intermission in Autumn - don't really understand what happened but Various - Loser, My Religion #3 Vol.2 a couple of months what is scanned of the newspaper looking like several scraps of paper stitched together.
Icelandic chart was therefore under the heading Reykjavik - but sometimes charts from other cities of the country appeared instead, like from Akyreyri don't know Sigurður Er Sjómaður - Utangarðsmenn - Geislavirkir . And in the late s maybeI didn't get to that point yet there appeared an official Icelandic chart Islenski Listinn. After that I don't really know as I didn't explore the s yet, but I have a Top 20 chart from Sigurður Er Sjómaður - Utangarðsmenn - Geislavirkir so that must've lasted up until the very late s or Enfance - Contre Jour - Passion And Fall s.
After that - no idea. So after this bit of history, here go the charts! I'll post one month at a time. Maggie Reilly 5 August : I. Their No. Thanks for these they are great! Looking forward to see another number one hits and the top 10 charts, as well. Madonna's Everybody was 1 in Iceland! There were lots of Drink Time - Houzeboyz Feat.
Vivian (20) - Lady Marmalade random No. Well, let's start with the charts themselves already 10 October singles 1. Band 3. Robertson 5. Band Robertson 8. Thanks for posting also album charts! Oh, no problem!
I'd love to post the whole Top 20 - but that's all I have. Yes, at some point in early s the chart started to expand - but I didn't get to that point yet. And anyway, I'm mostly interested in the s charts - and those were published as Top 10s all through the decade.
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