New Zealand Top 50 singles of 2001

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This is a list of the Top 50 singles of 2001 in New Zealand.[1]

The New Zealand charts are based on a combination of sales and radio airplay. Anika Moa's hit Youthful was never released as a single and achieved its position based on radio airplay alone. [2]

Chart[edit]

Key
  ‡  – Single of New Zealand origin
Number Artist Single
1 Craig David "Walking Away"
2 Nelly Furtado "Turn Off the Light"
3 Atomic Kitten "Whole Again"
4 Lifehouse "Hanging by a Moment"
5 Train "Drops of Jupiter"
6 Uncle Kracker "Follow Me"
7 LeAnn Rimes "Can't Fight the Moonlight"
8 Nelly Furtado "I'm like a Bird"
9 Che Fu "Fade Away"
10 Gabrielle "Out of Reach"
11 Matchbox 20 "If You're Gone"
12 Huey Lewis and Gwyneth Paltrow "Cruisin'"
13 Dido "Here with Me"
14 Dido "Thank You"
15 Emma Bunton "What Took You So Long?"
16 Robbie Williams "Eternity"
17 Blue "All Rise"
18 Anika Moa "Youthful"
19 "Don't Tell me" Madonna
20 "Lady Marmalade" Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink
21 "Fallin'" Alicia Keys
22 Powderfinger "My Happiness"
23 Blu Cantrell "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops!)"
24 Sugar Ray "When It's Over"
25 S Club 7 "Don't Stop Movin'"
26 Ronan Keating "Lovin' Each Day"
27 Janet Jackson "All For You"
28 Ricky Martin and Christina Aguilera "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely"
29 Incubus "Drive"
30 Usher "U Remind Me"
31 Lenny Kravitz "Again"
32 Eve feat. Gwen Stefani "Let Me Blow Ya Mind"
33 The Supermen Lovers "Starlight"
34 Shaggy "Angel"
35 Robbie Williams "Supreme"
36 Crazy Town "Butterfly"
37 Jennifer Lopez "Love Don't Cost a Thing"
38 K'lee "Broken Wings"
39 Westlife "Uptown Girl"
40 Atomic Kitten "Eternal Flame"
41 Dream "He Loves U Not"
42 Stellar "All It Takes"
43 Westlife "My Love"
44 Hear'Say "Pure and Simple"
45 Kylie Minogue "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
46 Fur Patrol "Lydia"
47 Destiny's Child "Survivor"
48 Travis (band) "Sing"
49 Macy Gray feat. Erykah Badu "Sweet Baby"
50 Staind "It's Been Awhile"

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "A big night out and just a little controversy". New Zealand Herald. 10 May 2002. Retrieved 23 March 2010.