I have appreciated The Cranberries ever because the launch of the single Linger 1993. 10. Still Water (Love) – 1970 – Written by Smokey Robinson and Frank Wilson, this silky tune is a departure from the arduous rocking songs the Tops had been doing. 12. Infatuation – 1984 – from his “Camouflage” album and going to #6 on the weekly charts.
2. We Belong Collectively – 2005 – after four years with no hit, this music spent 14 weeks at primary and was listed as #9 on Billboard’s Scorching one hundred Songs Of All Time. 10. So Emotional – 1988 – this was Whitney’s sixth consecutive #1 single, which put her in a three way tie with The Beatles and The Bee Gees for this feat.
2. Biggest Love Of All – 1986 – written for George Benson in 1977 for the Muhammad Ali movie “The Biggest” and going top 40 with it, Whitney’s model went to #1. Billboard started publishing this checklist as a weekly gross sales-based mostly chart, then referred to as Sizzling Rap Singles, in 1989.
The primary launch from her second album also went to number one, making her the first artist to have her first five singles go to the top of the Billboard singles charts. 7. Keeper of the Castle – 1972 – Their first single after leaving Motown went to #10 on the weekly charts.
17. You Keep Working Away – 1967 – From their “Greatest Hits” album, this music, like most of their singles, had backup vocals by The Adantes, who did backup work for many Motown artists. This album garnered her 4 number one singles. 6. With A Little Luck – 1978 – written in Scotland and recorded on the boat Truthful Carol, this single was released on St. Patrick’s Day, 1978 and got here from the “London City” album.