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  • From the album 'The Marshall Mathers LP', the single was also a number one in the UK and all over Europe!

    Number one from Mar 5, 2001 to Mar 11, 2001

  • 8 weeks at number one  (about this song)

    From the album 'Hot Shot', the song uses the bassline from 'The Joker' by Steve Miller, released in 1973.

    Number one from Jun 4, 2001 to Jun 10, 2001 | Jul 2, 2001 to Jul 8, 2001 | Jun 11, 2001 to Jun 17, 2001 | Jul 23, 2001 to Jul 29, 2001 | Jun 18, 2001 to Jul 1, 2001 | Jul 9, 2001 to Jul 22, 2001

  • From the album 'No Name Face', 'Hanging By A Moment' was the most played track on US radio for the entire year of 2001, catapulting Lifehouse to fame! Unfortunately the band did not have another hit until 2005!

    Number one from Aug 6, 2001 to Aug 12, 2001 | Aug 20, 2001 to Aug 26, 2001 | Sep 3, 2001 to Sep 9, 2001 | Aug 27, 2001 to Sep 2, 2001 | Aug 13, 2001 to Aug 19, 2001

  • From the similarly titled album 'Because I Got High', this novelty song about smoking marijuana spent 3 weeks at number one!

    Number one from Oct 15, 2001 to Nov 4, 2001

  • This was the second highest selling single of the year! 'Teenage Dirtbag' featured on Wheatus' self-titled debut.

    Number one from Dec 18, 2000 to Jan 7, 2001 | Nov 13, 2000 to Nov 19, 2000

  • 2 weeks at number one  (about this song)

    From the album 'Fear Of Flying', Mya's 'Case of the Ex' peaked at two on the US chart.

    Number one from Mar 19, 2001 to Mar 25, 2001 | Mar 12, 2001 to Mar 18, 2001

  • From the album 'ANThology', this is a cover of the Michael Jackson song released in 1988.

    Number one from Nov 19, 2001 to Nov 25, 2001 | Dec 3, 2001 to Dec 9, 2001 | Nov 5, 2001 to Nov 11, 2001 | Nov 26, 2001 to Dec 2, 2001 | Dec 24, 2001 to Dec 30, 2001 | Nov 12, 2001 to Nov 18, 2001 | Dec 10, 2001 to Dec 23, 2001

  • From the soundtrack to the film 'Moulin Rouge', which remains the highest selling movie soundtrack ever, 'Lady Marmalade' is a cover of the LaBelle classic!

    Number one from May 28, 2001 to Jun 3, 2001 | May 21, 2001 to May 27, 2001 | May 14, 2001 to May 20, 2001

  • Produced by Kid Rock, 'Follow Me' appeared on the album 'Double Wide'.

    Number one from Jul 30, 2001 to Aug 5, 2001

  • The music video features a dancing Kevin Federline, who went on to become a backing dancer for Britney Spears, and then married her (and then divorced her...)! This single is from Pink's 'Missundaztood' album.

    Number one from Dec 31, 2001 to Jan 13, 2002

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