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I wonderd when I was reading about the longest Chart stay. Which Year was it with the most hits in the charts ?

Referring to this:

A hit song, also known as a hit record or hit single, is a recorded song or instrumental that becomes broadly popular or well-known. Although hit song means any widely played or big-selling song, the specific term hit record usually refers to a single that has appeared in an official music chart through repeated radio airplay or significant commercial sales

For Example like in 2007 - 2008 (120 diffrent songs where in the Charts)

This can't be done Worldwide as it differs from country to country I guess. So therefore my biggest intrest is set to the USA chart hits.

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    Which chart, which country? I think your question is not clear. – Bebs May 23 at 8:48
  • Sry for being unclear, but how does it matter which chart ? Are there diffrent charts? And Country is something that doesnt matter for me, I was searching the year with the most chart songs. But if this is to much, I would be most intrested in the USA. – Kevin May 23 at 8:52
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    Charts can be defined in various ways (time, country), example: Top 50 sellers during the first week of 2005 in England, Top 10 YouTube songs viewed in January 2019 in France etc. You need to be more specific about what you are talking about. – Bebs May 23 at 8:59
  • I was tryn to get which year had the most diffrent Songs on the "Hit Radar". For example there are every year like those where the greatest 100 hits. But i was wondering which year had the "most hits" – Kevin May 23 at 9:17
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    Far too broad unless you are really specific about which chart in which country. And arguably, comparing current charts to the ones from decades ago is pointless, since these days charts are compiled in totally different ways. – BCdotWEB May 23 at 13:18

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