Talk:List of Billboard Hot Country Songs chart achievements

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I wonder if we shouldn't have an asterisk on "Amazed"... the version that hit on country radio and the version that hit on pop radio *were not the same mix*... I don't *know* that that had never happened elsewhere in our crossover list, but I strongly suspect it.
--Baylink (talk) 02:12, 28 November 2009 (UTC)


"Forever Country"[edit]

A thought occurred to me overnight as the updates come in the wake of "Forever Country," the mass participation of country music artists and potential records set. That thought, as it applies to Wikipedia: What does Billboard and/or Joel Whitburn consider insofar as credited chart activity for another "mass participation" charity single, specifically the 1985 song "We Are the World" by USA For Africa? Do we credit each of the USA For Africa artists that participated in that song as having a No. 1 song on the Hot 100, or having an individual chart appearance because they participated in that song? Just curious as to what our policy should be going forward. [[Briguy52748 (talk) 18:33, 27 September 2016 (UTC)]]