What was no.1 when you joined up?

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  1. Heres an interesting link.
    What was no.1 when you was going through basic training?

    Mine was Cher "Do you believe"?

  2. Tony Christie featuring Peter Kay - "(Is This The Way To) Amarillo" first time round will have to let you know second time.
  3. Brotherhood Of Man - "Save Your Kisses For Me"[​IMG]
  4. The Beatles with '"from me to you"
  5. Tennesee Ernie Ford, sixteen tons.[​IMG]
  6. Dad....[​IMG]
  7. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    AfterSSE, I'm sure that your's would have been "I'm a lumberjack"
  8. Timing is about right...Lol but I don't think it made the top 40[​IMG]
  9. The Number 1 single was:
    The Village People - "Y.M.C.A."
    For Number 1 single over the subsequent years Click Here

    The Number 1 album was:
    Showaddywaddy - "Greatest Hits"
  10. Can't remember but I do remember the sounds of Bangles "Walk like an Egyptian", Europe "The Final Countdown" and Status Quo "You're in the Army Now" blaring out in the automat during basic. Takes me right back there every time I hear one of them.

  11. I think it was either Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares to You, or
    Cher - Can remember the song, but she was nekkid on a Septic Warship, give one of the big Bang Bangs a bang!! Great Video!! Woo-hooo

    Also seen in the Automat, 'cos I was a baby and couldn't get into the real NAAFI.
  12. Kylie Minogue - "Hand On Your Heart"

    Kinda glad I was in basic training and out everynight if that was on the dancefloor
  13. Doris Day...Once I Had A Secret Love.
    Eddie Calvert...Oh Mein Papa :whew:
  14. Alternative answer:

    The one with the Gold Badges, cos No. 2 had Red Ones.
  15. Johnny Reggae 1971 at Ganges. Rock on.
  16. Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep by Middle of the Road. 1971 at that Ganges place,
    Rock on again :afro: :afro:
  17. 9 Mar 1974 Alvin Stardust Jealous Mind.
  18. January 7th 1963 .... The Next Time/Bachelor Boy - Cliff Richard (No - I didn't buy it either!)

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