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El Kadsreian Top 100 is a music chart originated from El Kadsre. It was first issued in March 1962 as El Kadsre Music. This name was changed in March 1998, where the name was changed to the current name. Since then, the chart has expanded into several other charts.

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End of year chart Edit

At the end of every year, El Kadsre counts down its Top 100 Hits. Throughout the years, the following songs have topped the end of the year chart:

  • 1962: The Tornados - "Telstar"
  • 1963: Cliff Richard - "The Young Ones"
  • 1964: Johnny Cash - "Ring of Fire"
  • 1965: Tom Jones - "It's Not Unusual"
  • 1966: Wilson Pickett - "Mustang Sally"
  • 1967: The Beatles - "All You Need is Love"
  • 1968: Harve Bachchan - "Under the Milky Way"
  • 1969: Dare - "Go All The Way"
  • 1970: Edwin Starr - "War"
  • 1971: Santana - "Black Magic Woman"
  • 1972: Alice Copper - "School's Out"
  • 1973: Aerosmith - "Dream On"
  • 1974: The Rolling Stones - "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)"
  • 1975: Queen - "Bohemian Rhapsody"
  • 1976: ABBA - "Dancing Queen"
  • 1977: Devo - "Jocko Homo"
  • 1978: Kraftwerk - "The Robots"
  • 1979: Ice Cream Man - "My Life"
  • 1980: Blondie - "Heart of Glass"
  • 1981: Loverboy - "Working for the Weekend"
  • 1982: Toto - "Africa"
  • 1983: Michael Jackson - "Thriller"
  • 1984: Yes - "Owner of a Lonely Heart"
  • 1985: A-ha - "Take On Me"
  • 1986: Rinava - "Dynamo"
  • 1987: Fleetwood Mac - "Little Lies"
  • 1988: Michael Jackson - "Smooth Criminal"
  • 1989: Rinava - "Curmudgeon"
  • 1990: Straitjacket Fits - "Bad Note for a Heart"
  • 1991: The Exponents - "Why Does Love Do This To Me"
  • 1992: Rinava - "Politically Incorrect"
  • 1993: Ace Of Base - "All That She Wants"
  • 1994: Weezer - "Buddy Holly"
  • 1995: Coolio - "Gangsta Paradise"
  • 1996: Oasis - "Wonderwall"
  • 1997: Blur - "Song 2"
  • 1998: Britney Spears - "Baby One More Time"
  • 1999: Smash Mouth - "All Star"
  • 2000: Robbie Williams - "Rock DJ"
  • 2001: Linkin Park - "In The End"
  • 2002: DJ Sammy - "Heaven"
  • 2003: 50 Cent – “In Da Club”
  • 2004: Usher ft. Ludacris and Lil Jon - "Yeah!"
  • 2005: Gorillaz ft. De La Soul - "Feel Good Inc."
  • 2006: The All American Rejects - "Move Along"
  • 2007: Fall Out Boy - "This Ain't a Scene, It' an Arms Race"
  • 2008: The Veronicas - "Untouched"
  • 2009: Eminem - "We Made You"
  • 2010: Owl City - "Fireflies"
  • 2011: LMFAO - "Party Rock Anthem"
  • 2012: PSY - "Gangnam Style"
  • 2013: Imagine Dragons - "Radioactive"
  • 2014: Pharrell Williams - "Happy"
  • 2015: Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth - "See You Again"
  • 2016: The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey - "Closer"
  • 2017: Ed Sheeran - "Shape of You"
  • 2018: TBA

Artists featured Edit

Longest-running number 1st Edit

14 weeks Edit

  • 2006: The All-American Rejects - Move Along
  • 2016: The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey - Closer