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Your Birthday UK Number 1s 2004
This article gives details of the official charts from The year started with the Christmas number one single topping the first chart of the year. This was followed by Michelle McManus , the winner of the second British series of Pop Idol with her first single release it topped the charts for 3 weeks. His final single with the band was "Obvious" which peaked at No. In April, Eamon achieved the number one spot with a song with more profanities than any other hit single; it stayed at number one for 4 weeks.
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The entry date is when the song appeared in the top 10 for the first time week ending, as published by the Official Charts Company, which is six days after the chart is announced. Two-hundred and ten singles were in the top ten in Ten singles from remained in the top 10 for several weeks at the beginning of the year. The Christmas number-one , " Mad World " by Michael Andrews featuring Gary Jules which was recorded for the film Donnie Darko , remained at number-one for the first week of The release sent McManus into the Guinness Book of Records as the first Scottish female to reach the top of the charts with their debut single. Two-hundred and ten singles charted in the top 10 in , with two-hundred singles reaching their peak this year including the re-entry " Mysterious Girl " which charted in previous years but reached a peak on its latest chart run.
Let Me Love You by Mario. Burn by Usher. Goodies by Ciara. Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day. The Reason by Hoobastank. This Love by Maroon 5. Confessions Part II by Usher. She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5. Tipsy by J-Kwon. Lose My Breath by Destiny's Child.