RPM maintained several format charts, including Top Singles (all genres), Adult Contemporary, Dance, Urban, Rock/Alternative and Country Tracks (a.k.a. Top Country Tracks) for country music. On 21 March 1966, RPM expanded its Top Singles chart from 40 positions to 100. On December 6, 1980 the main chart became a Top 50 chart and remained this Editor: Walt Grealis. It became only the second song—and the first by a Canadian artist—to debut atop the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart, giving Cochrane his second number-one single in his home country, and it also reached number three on the RPM Adult Contemporary chart. Outside Canada, "I Wish You Well" managed to chart in the United Kingdom and the United Format: 7-inch vinyl, CD single, cassette single.
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Aug 31, 2019 · How This Chart Works Radio Airplay = ADULT CONTEMPORARY This week's most popular soft rock/adult pop songs' artists, ranked by radio airplay detections as measured by . * If there are charts that belong on this page or there are links that no longer work, please contact Alaska Jim.
Mar 24, 2016 · According to RPM Magazine, the biggest song of 1992 in Canada was “Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough” by Patty Smyth with Don Henley. It was composed by Glen Burtnik of Styx. A total of 23 songs from the year-end top 100 chart below involve Canadian artists . The Canadian Singles Chart published the results up until mid-2007 when the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 debuted. The Canadian Music Blog has eye-balled through the digital scans of Top Singles charts from all issues of RPM magazine that are available online to determine peak positions of all Top 40 singles by Canadian artists.
The live rerecording of the song peaked number three at the Adult Top 40 chart in July and August 1999 and also number three at the Adult Contemporary chart in August and September 1999. On the week ending July 31, 1999, it peaked at number fourteen on the Hot 100 chart and number seven at the Hot 100 Airplay chart.