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Can You Hear Us - Neil Finn - Top 40 Singles

New Zealand Artist: Neil Finn

Mention New Zealand music and Neil Finn is probably one of the first names to spring to mind. With a musical career that has spanned two of New Zealand's most successful exports; Split Enz and Crowded House as well as an acclaimed solo career, Neil Finn is arguably New Zealand's King of Pop.

Neil Mullane Finn was born on 27th May 1958 in Te Awamutu on the North Island of New Zealand. Neil's older brother Tim Finn was a big influence on Neil from an early age. Tim formed Split Enz in the early seventies and Neil immediately became a fan and began writing his own music. By 1975 Neil was supporting Split Enz and in '76 he formed the short lived After Hours. Soon after, Neil received a call from Tim asking him to join Split Enz.
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Can You Hear Us debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 3 October 1999. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for seven weeks with a highest position of #1. There are three songs by Neil Finn in the Top 40 Singles with one reaching Number One.

Chart placings for Can You Hear Us:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
03 Oct 1999 Top 40 Singles 1
10 Oct 1999 Top 40 Singles 7
17 Oct 1999 Top 40 Singles 5
24 Oct 1999 Top 40 Singles 12
31 Oct 1999 Top 40 Singles 8
07 Nov 1999 Top 40 Singles 19
14 Nov 1999 Top 40 Singles 29

Chart placings by Neil Finn:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Can You Hear Us Top 40 Singles 03 Oct 1999 7 1
Dizzy Heights Top 40 Albums 17 Feb 2014 3 5
I Can See Clearly Now Top 40 Singles 27 Jun 1999 5 16
Itunes Session Top 40 Albums 16 Feb 2015 1 14
One Nil Top 40 Albums 01 Apr 2001 13 1
Out Of Silence Top 40 Albums 11 Sep 2017 5 10
Rest Of The Day Off Top 40 Singles 25 Mar 2001 7 29

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