I am not sure how they did on the radio but i know En Vogue's version peaked at # 2 on the BillBoard Hot 100 and Wilson Phillips version peaked at #1. I am guessing Wilson Phillips did better on the chr/pop chart
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On R&R, En Vogue peaked at 12 and Wilson Phillips got as high as number three, its very position on the year end survey, since it spent seventeen weeks on the chart, many of them in the Top 20. It looked like they were going to spend possibly eighteen weeks on until the last week, when the law of gravity finally set in and they tumbled from 20-35. I was hoping they'd slow down and spend another week on, but that was not to be. En Vogue's song, by the way, barely made the Top 100 of that year on the R&R chart, coming in at number 100.
Post by Whi$tlin' Pete on May 8, 2004 21:39:23 GMT -5
Funny that even though Wilson Phillips hit received a ton of radio airplay En Vogue sold more than 1 million copies. On the R&R charts WP hit number 3 and spent 9 weeks in the top 10 and 17 weeks top 40, almost unheard of at that time. En Vogue hit number 11. It was already certified gold before hitting the R&R chart.
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