Song title 252 - Waterloo

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Waterloo Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Waterloo" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

If, alternately, you are looking for songs which have the word "Waterloo" somewhere in the title a better alternative would be to look up the word in the site index for w.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Abba Waterloo 1974 UK 1 - Apr 1974 (9 weeks), Switzerland 1 - Apr 1974 (19 weeks), Norway 1 - Apr 1974 (23 weeks), Belgium 1 - Apr 1974 (12 weeks), Germany 1 - May 1974 (5 months), Eire 1 for 2 weeks - Apr 1974, Springbok 1 - May 1974 (16 weeks), France 1 for 5 weeks - Apr 1974, Germany 1 for 4 weeks - Jun 1974, EuroVision Song Contest winner 1974 (for Sweden in Brighton), Holland 2 - Apr 1974 (14 weeks), France (SNEP) 2 - Apr 1974 (3 months), Austria 2 - May 1974 (5 weeks), Switzerland 2 of 1974, Canada 3 - Jun 1974 (13 weeks), France 5 - Apr 1974 (3 weeks), US Billboard 6 - Jun 1974 (17 weeks), Denmark 6 of 1974, Scrobulate 6 of swedish, DDD 8 of 1974, Record World 9 - 1974, Australia Goset 10 - Jul 1974 (7 weeks), South Africa 14 of 1974, POP 23 of 1974, D.Marsh 37 of 1974, US BB 49 of 1974, Germany 49 of the 1970s (peak 1 22 weeks), Italy 51 of 1974, Europe 55 of the 1970s (1974), US Radio 80 of 1974 (peak 6 7 weeks), WABC NY 81 of 1974, US CashBox 84 of 1974, OzNet 413, Acclaimed 1016 (1974), RYM 33 of 1974, Global 33 (5 M sold) - 1974
2 Stonewall Jackson Waterloo 1959 Canada 2 - Jun 1959 (13 weeks), Norway 2 - Aug 1959 (11 weeks), US Billboard 4 - May 1959 (16 weeks), UK 24 - Jul 1959 (2 weeks), US BB 32 of 1959, US CashBox 37 of 1959, US Radio 40 of 1959 (peak 4 9 weeks)
3 Doctor & The Medics Waterloo 1986 UK 45 - Nov 1986 (5 weeks)

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10 Jun 2011

French Charts

Sorry but Infodisc is not trustable at all.

Only top.france.free.fr is based on singles sales and under control of french IFPI.

Given the obvious mistakes in that source we would agree that Infodisc does not seem like a good source. However until we have too many sources for the French charts we feel that we have to keep it.

The site you mention does appear to have some valid charts, we have added it to the lists. Thanks for the suggestion.