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Global Single Chart
30 years ago
the most popular tracks worldwide
according to the national single charts
dated to September 29, 1990
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2 / 3
week 6
Close To You - Maxi Priest
Charisma / Virgin - 1 week at No.1
1 / 1
week 7
Blaze Of Glory - Jon Bon Jovi
Vertigo / Mercury
3 / 7
week 4
Praying For Time - George Michael
Epic / Columbia
4 / 6
week 4
Thieves In The Temple - Prince
Paisley Park
5 / 2
week 10
Vision Of Love - Mariah Carey
Columbia
6 / 5
week 6
Release Me - Wilson Phillips
SBK / EMI
new.JPG (991 bytes) (Can't Live Without Your) Love And Affection - Nelson
DGC / Geffen
7 / 4
week 13
U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
Capitol
new.JPG (991 bytes) Tom's Diner - D.N.A. feat. Suzanne Vega
A&M
8 / 8
week 6
Tonight - New Kids On The Block
Columbia
 

"Close To You" was released on July 8, 1990 as the lead single from the British reggae vocalist Maxi Priest's fifth album Bonafide (1990). It's a typical song of the new jack swing genre, a digital go-go music created by Teddy Riley that was popular from the late-1980s to early 1990s. "Close To You" went to no.1 in the United States and reached the runner-up slot in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, and Greece. Furthermore no.4 in Germany and the Netherlands, and no.7 in United Kingdom.

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