this week in The time machine we remember songs that ended in April and started in May at number one on the list. The first leg of this nostalgic journey takes us to 2022. Around this time last year, I was leading the chart from LOS40 heat waves, by Glass Animals. A subject with a curious history, since it had been published on his 2020 album, Dreamland, and after going viral for its use on TikTok and inclusion in the soundtrack of a famous football video game, it didn’t receive much attention up to two years later (what is called a sleeper shot). heat waves He would have a long run on the roster and would hold the tenure record.
Five years ago, in 2018, Liam Payne and Rita Ora reached the top spot with For you, song from the soundtrack of one of the films of the saga 50 shadows. Without a doubt, her sensual touch perfectly matched the erotic-festive tone of the film. It was festive, of course, hey ho, by American folk-rock band The Lumineers. Composed to encourage people at their concerts – after detecting that a large part of the public remained indifferent to their songs – it reached the place of honor ten years ago, on April 27, 2013.
The only national appearance this week in the section comes from El Canto del Loco, who remained at the top in 2008 with You are dumb!. Another rock song, albeit with a dark tune, was number one on April 26, 2003, twenty years ago: bring me to life, by Evanescence. The sweet voice of Amy Lee contrasted with the ferocity of the guitars of this group, in a song which was included in the soundtrack of Daredevil.
And we conclude this look at the past with Frozen, of Madonna, who reached the peak on April 25, 1998, twenty-five years ago. was part of Ray of light, and it was produced by electronic music wizard William Orbit. With 18 number ones on the list, Madonna is the second most successful woman in LOS40, after Shakira (with 20).
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