CHART REWIND. On the back of the Stone Roses reunion, WelcheMusic takes a look back on the group’s career. ‘Love Spreads’ is the biggest hit of The Stone Roses’s career. Released in December 1994, the track peaked at No.2 on the UK singles tally as well as on the US alternative charts. It is also the only entry on the Swedish singles tally to date is the single ‘Love Spreads’ from December 1994. It only spent three weeks on the chart and peaked at No.13.
The Stone Roses’s eponymous debut album spent six weeks on the Swedish album chart, peaking at No.30. Second Coming peaked at No.26 and spent nine weeks. Their debut peaked at No.5 in the UK and No.3 in Ireland. While the group had a giant success in Ireland with the debut, the follow-up set only peaked at No.53 in the country.
In 1995, The Complete Stone Roses set peaked at No.4 in the UK and a 20th anniversary compilation from 2009 peaked at No.9.
CHART SPOTLIGHT.Kelly Clarkson made it No.6 in the UK with her latest hit single ‘Mr. Know It All.’ Headlining her latest album Stronger, the set is to follow her 2009 success with All I Ever Wanted. ‘Mr. Know It All’ only made it to No.18 on the Billboard Hot 100, earning its biggest success in Australia and South Korea where it topped the charts. The hit single is produced by Brian Kennedy and Ester Dean.
CHART SPOTLIGHT.Katy Perry has released yet another hit single from her Teenage Dream album. Again, Max Martin and Dr. Luke have written and produced ‘The One That Got Away’ which bows at No.22 on this week’s UK singles tally.
Just falling short of a top 20 position, Katy Perry is just behind Justin Bieber at No.21. Available in a range of remixes by the likes of 7th Heaven and JRMX, the single has so far been unable to set the charts on fire in the US. To date, ‘The One That Got Away’ has peaked at No.94 on the Billboard Hot 100. Interesting to note, Katy Perry mashed her latest hit single with Adele’s No.1 hit ‘Someone Like You.’ See it below.