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1952-1959Edit

In this period the charts were only made of the Top 12, so a 50 place fall could not be possible.

1960-1969Edit

1970-1979Edit

1980-1989Edit

1990-1999Edit

  • 60 ft. Dolls "Talk To Me" - On week ending 18th May 1996, the track fell from 37 to 89, making a 52 places fall
  • Kristine W "One More Try" - On week ending 1st June 1996, the track fell from 41 to 94, making a 53 places fall
  • Spiro & Wix "Tara's Theme" - On week ending 24th August 1996, the track fell from 48 to 99, making a 51 places fall
  • Weezer "El Scorcho" - On week ending 12th October 1996, the track fell from 50 to 100, making a 50 places fall
  • Status Quo ft. Maddy Prior "All Aroundy My Hat" - On week ending 16th November 1996, the track fell from 47 to 97, making a 50 places fall
  • Symposium "Bury You" - On week ending 23rd May 1998, the track fell from 41 to 100, making a 59 places fall
  • 187 Lockdown ft. D'Empress "All 'n' All" - On week ending 20th February 1999, the track fell from 43 to 95, making a 52 places fall
  • Def Leppard "Promises/Back In Your Face" - On week ending 31st July 1999, the track fell from 41 to 96, making a 55 places fall

2000-2009Edit

  • ATB "Don't Stop" - On week ending 29th January 2000, the track fell from 48 to 100, making a 52 places fall
  • Mariah Carey ft. Jay-Z "Heartbreaker" - On week ending 5th February 2000, the track fell from 47 to 98, making a 51 places fall
  • Maria Nayler "Angry Skies" - On week ending 3rd June 2000, the track fell from 42 to 92, making a 50 places fall
  • Wookie "What's Going On" - On week ending 10th June 2000, the track fell from 45 to 97, making a 52 places fall
  • Elbow "New Born" - On week ending 27th October 2001, the track fell from 42 to 95, making a 53 places fall
  • Garbage "Shut Your Mouth" - On week ending 12th October 2002, the track fell from 20 to 78, making a 58 places fall
  • The Red 'n' White Machines "Southampton Boys" - On week ending 31st May 2003, the track fell from 16 to 87, making a catastrophic 71 places fall
  • Thea Gilmore "Juliet (Keep That In Mind" - On week ending 23rd August 2003, the track fell from 35 to 88, making a 53 places fall
  • Clor "Outlines" - On week ending 30th July 2005, the track fell from 43 to 93, making a 50 places fall
  • Towers of London "How Rude She Was" - On week ending 3rd December 2005, the track fell from 30 to 84, making a 54 places fall
  • Forward Russia "Twelve/Four" - On week ending 4th February 2006, the track fell from 36 to 99, making a massive 63 places fall
  • Forward Russia "Nine" - On week ending 20th May 2006, the track fell from 40 to 99, making a 59 places fall
  • Towers Of London "Air Guitar" - On week ending 3rd June 2006, the track fell from 32 to 83, making a 51 places fall
  • Little Man Tate "What? What You Got" - On week ending 10th June 2006, the track fell from 40 to 97, making a 57 places fall
  • Embrace "Target" - On week ending 30th September 2006. the track fell from 29 to 85, making a 56 places fall
  • James Dean Bradfield "An English Gentleman" - On week ending 14th October 2006, the track fell from 31 to 94, making a massive 63 places fall
  • The Cooper Temple Clause "Homo Sapiens" - On week ending 4th November 2006, the track fell from 36 to 94, making a 58 places fall
  • The Maccabees "First Love" - On week ending 2nd December 2006, the track fell from 40 to 90, making a 50 places fall
  • Jarvis Cocker "Don't Let Him Waste Your Time" - On week ending 27th January 2007, the track fell from 36 to 91, making a 55 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Hound Dog" - On week ending 15th September 2007, the track fell from 14 to 65, making a 51 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear" - On week ending 22nd September 2007, the track fell from 14 to 77, making a massive 63 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Party" - On week ending 29th September 2007, the track fell from 14 to 93, making a catastrophic 79 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Don't" - On week ending 6th October 2007, the track fell from 14 to 95, making a catastrophic 81 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Hard Headed Woman" - On week ending 13th October 2007, the track fell from 15 to 97, making a catastrophic 82 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "A Big Hunk O' Love" - On week ending 27th October 2007, the track fell from 12 to 94, making a catastrophic 82 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck" - On week ending 3rd November 2007, the track fell from 16 to 100, making a catastrophic 84 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "If I Can Dream" - On week ending 10th November 2007, the track fell from 17 to 95, making a catatstrophic 78 places fall
  • Elvis Presley "Viva Las Vegas" - On week ending 17th November 2007, the track fell from 15 to 95, making a catastrophic 80 places fall
  • Foals "Balloons" - On week ending 29th December 2007, the track fell from 39 to 92, making a 53 places fall
  • Wet Wet Wet "Weightless" - On week ending 23rd February 2008, the track fell from 10 to 98, making a catastrophic 88 places fall.
  • John Barrowman "I Made It Through The Rain - On week ending 15th August 2009, the track fell from 14 to 92, making a catastrophic 78 places fall

2010-2019Edit

  • Rage Against The Machine "Killing In The Name" - On week ending 9th January 2010, the track fell from 40 to 100, making a massive 60 places fall.
  • Delirious? "History Makers" - On week ending 17th April 2010, the track fell from 4 to 61, making a 57 places fall
  • Tina Turner "The Best" - On week ending 8th May 2010, the track fell from 9 to 63, making a 54 places fall
  • Adam Lambert "For Your Entertainment" - On week ending 29th May 2010, the track fell from 37 to 90, making a 53 places fall
  • The Royal British Legion "2 Minute Silence" - On week ending 27th November 2010, the track fell from 20 to 97, making a catastrophic 77 places fall.
  • Justin Bieber "Mistletoe" - On week ending 5th November 2011, the track fell from 21 to 72, making a 51 places fall.
  • Westlife "Lighthouse" - On week ending 3rd December 2011, the track fell from 32 to 89, making a 57 places fall.
  • Leona Lewis "Hurt" - On week ending 31st December 2011, the track fell from 8 to 68, making a massive 60 places fall
  • Birdy "Skinny Love" - On week ending 3rd March 2012, the track fell from 48 to 100, making a 52 places fall.
  • JLS "Proud" - On week ending 21st April 2012, the track fell from 44 to 99, making a 55 places fall.
  • Breathe Carolina "Blackout" - On week ending 5th May 2012, the track fell from 39 to 91, making a 52 places fall.
  • Stereophonics "Dakota" - On week ending 12th May 2012, the track fell from 29 to 92, making a massive 63 places fall.
  • Justin Bieber "Die In Your Arms" On week ending 16th June 2012, the track fell from 34 to 98, making a massive 64 places fall.
  • Aiden Grimshaw "Is This Love" - On week ending 23th June 2012, the track fell from 35 to 100, making a massive 65 places fall.
  • Precision Tunes "Payphone" - On week ending 30th June 2012, week where the original version of "Payphone" by Maroon 5 reached number 1, the cover version fell from 9 to 83, making a catastrophic 74 places fall.
  • Drumsound & Bassline Smith feat. Tom Cane "Through The Night" - On week ending 25th August 2012, the track fell from 42 to 97, making a 55 places fall.
  • George Michael "White Light" - On week ending 1st September 2012, the track fell from 15 to 66, making a 51 places fall. 
  • John Lennon "Imagine" - On week ending 1st September 2012, the track fell from 18 to 69, making a 51 places fall.
  • Steve Aoki feat. Andger Dimas and Iggy Azalea "Beat Down" - On week ending 22th September 2012, the track fell from 44 to 96, making a 52 places fall.
  • Fazer "Killer" - On week ending 29th September 2012, the track fell from 38 to 97, making a 59 places fall.
  • DJ Fresh feat. RaVaughn "The Feeling" - On week ending 27th October 2012, the track fell from 36 to 92, making a 56 places fall.
  • Taylor Swift "Red" - On week ending 27th October 2012, the track fell from 41 to 96, making a 55 places fall.
  • Christina Aguilera "Your Body" - On week ending 1st December 2012, the track fell from 31 to 91, making a massive 60 places fall.
  • McFly "Love Is Easy" - On week ending 29th December 2012, the track fell from 37 to 90, making a 53 places fall.
  • Wham! "Last Christmas" - On week ending 5th January 2013, the track fell from 35 to 87, making a 52 places fall.
  • Chris Rea "Driving Home For Christmas" - On week ending 5th January 2013, the track fell from 36 to 95, making a 59 places fall.
  • Willy Moon "Yeah Yeah" - On week ending 26th January 2013, the track fell from 42 to 92, making a 50 places descent.
  • Maroon 5 "She Will Be Loved" - On week ending 23rd February 2013, the track fell from 44 to 98, making a 54 places fall.
  • Paramore "Now" - On week ending 16th March 2013, the track fell from 39 to 96, making a 57 places fall.
  • Wizard Of Oz Film Cast "Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead" - On week ending 27th April 2013, the track fell from 2 to 65, making a massive 63 places fall.
  • Misha B "Here's To Everything (Ooh La La)" - On week ending 18th May 2013, the track fell from 35 to 95, making a massive 60 places fall.
  • Journey "Don't Stop Believing" - On week ending 25th May 2013, the track fell from 44 to 95, making a 51 places fall.
  • The Black Eyed Peas "Where Is The Love" - On week ending 1st June 2013, the track fell from 35 to 97, making a massive 62 places fall.
  • Emmelie de Forest "Only Teardrops" - On week ending 8th June 2013, the track fell from 15 to 81, making a massive 66 places fall.
  • Evanescence "Bring Me To Life" - On week ending 8th June 2013, the track fell from 40 to 92, making a 52 places fall.
  • Daniel Merriweather "Red" - On week ending 15th June 2013, the track fell from 29 to 91, making a massive 62 places fall.
  • Ellie Goulding "Explosions" - On week ending 15th June 2013, the track fell from 42 to 94, making a 52 places fall.
  • Justin Timberlake "Take Back The Night" - On week ending 3rd August 2013, the track fell from 45 to 95, making a 50 places fall.
  • Béyoncé "Listen" - On week ending 21st September 2013, the track fell from 23 to 83, making a massive 60 places fall.
  • Lethal Bizzle feat. Ruby Goe "Party Right" - On week ending 28th September 2013, the track fell from 29 to 87, making a 58 places fall.
  • Justin Bieber "Heartbreaker" - On week ending 26th October 2013, the track fell from 14 to 75, making a massive 61 places fall.
  • Justin Bieber "All That Matters" - On week ending 2nd November 2013, the track fell from 20 to 83, making a massive 63 places fall.
  • Union J "Beautiful Life" - On week ending 23rd November 2013, the track fell from 41 to 92, making a 51 places fall.
  • The Poppy Girls "The Call (No Need To Say Goodbye)" - On week ending 30th November 2013, the track fell from 13 to 64, making a 51 places fall.
  • JLS "Billion Lights" - On week ending 7th December 2013, the track fell from 19 to 70, making a 50 places fall.
  • Mumford & Sons "I Will Wait" - On week ending 21st December 2013, the track fell from 33 to 83, making a 50 places fall.
  • AC/DC "Highway To Hell" - On week ending 4th January 2014, the track fell from 4 to 81, making a catastrophic 77 places fall.

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