Mr Blobby (song)
|Single by Mr Blobby|
|from the album Mr Blobby: The Album|
|Label||Destiny Music Ltd/BMG|
|Producer||Paul Shaw, David Rogers|
|Mr Blobby singles chronology|
"Mr Blobby" is a novelty song performed by character Mr Blobby, famous for appearing in the TV programme Noel's House Party. The song originally peaked at #1 on the chart on 11 December 1993 for one week. It later spent a total of 3 weeks at #1. The single was the UK Singles Chart Christmas number one single in 1993.
The Mr Blobby spoof theme song "Mr Blobby", written by Philip Raxster and produced by Paul Shaw and David Rogers, was released as a single and somewhat improbably hit #1 on the UK Singles Chart on December 11, 1993, replacing Meat Loaf's "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)", which had been in the #1 spot for 7 weeks. A week later, "Babe" by Take That bumped it off #1, but only for a week. It returned to the #1 spot on the charts on Christmas Day and remained for another 2 weeks.
- "Mr Blobby"
- "Mr Blobby's Theme"
- "Mr Blobby" (Instrumental Mix)
- "Mr Blobby "Blobby, Blobby, Blobby""
A music video was created for the single and was filmed in the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. It spoofed several music videos such as "Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer and ZZ Top's 3-man arm swing-and-point, featured in many of their videos.
Charts and certifications
- Link UKTop40archive
- "Blobby voted worst Christmas hit". BBC News. 3 December 2002. Retrieved 8 December 2011.
- Link Watch music video
- "The Irish Charts – All there is to Know" (enter search parameter Mr Blobby into Search by Artist box, then select Go). Irish Recorded Music Association. Retrieved September 30, 2012.
- "Archive Chart" UK Singles Chart. Retrieved September 30, 2012.
- "British single certifications – Mr Blobby – Mr Blobby". British Phonographic Industry. Retrieved September 30, 2012. Enter Mr Blobby in the field Search. Select Title in the field Search by. Select single in the field By Format. Click Go
"I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" by Meat Loaf
|UK Singles Chart Number 1 single (first run)
December 11, 1993 for 1 week
"Babe" by Take That
"Babe" by Take That
|UK Singles Chart Number 1 single (second run)
December 25, 1993 for 2 weeks
"Twist and Shout" by Chaka Demus & Pliers