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"Everyday" Enters UK Singles Chart 22 September 2002
At No.5, Pink is No.1


1. Just Like A Pill (Pink)
2. The Tide Is High (Atomic Kitten)
3. What I Go To School For (Busted)
4. Cleanin' Out My Closet (Eminem)
5. Everyday (Bon Jovi)
6. Got To Have Your Love (Liberty X)
7. Strange And Beautiful (Aqualung)
8. Nessaja (Scooter)
9. Feel It Boy (Beenie Man Ft Janet)
10. Dem Girlz (Oxide & Neutrino Ft Kowdean)

"Everyday" commentary by DOTMUSIC.COM:

Funnily enough it is almost exactly ten years since Bon Jovi made the first of what have been a number of comebacks. October 1992 marked the release of Keep The Faith, their first album since they took a three year hiatus for Jon Bon Jovi to make movies and record the soundtrack to Young Guns II. The lead single from that album was the title track which defied all expectations by being led by the bassline and the funky drummer rhythm track and which over the course of five and a half minutes proved that a rock single could be both a stadium filler and a club hit at the same time. I mention that as an example of just why Bon Jovi have managed to last so long and why, no less than 17 years after their first UK hit and long after all their mid-80s poodle haired contemporaries have faded into dim memories, the men from New Jersey are still able to have Top 5 hit singles. Everyday is Bon Jovi's 15th Top 10 hit, their second in succession given that their last single was One Wild Night which hit Number 10 in May last year and a milestone 30th Top 75 single. With statistics such as that they can actually now rank as one of the biggest chart acts never to have had a Number One single, their biggest hit coming in October 1994 when Always hit Number 2.

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