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Walkie Talkie Man - Steriogram - Top 40 Singles

New Zealand Artist: Steriogram

The story of Steriogram begins in New Zealand's North Island, June of 1999. Brad and Jake, longtime friends from a tiny town called Whangarei meet up with Tim and Tyson who have been friends for years in Auckland, and they start playing shows around the area as a melodic rock four-piece. Making a name for themselves with a manic live show they quickly start to build a loyal local following.

They start touring, booking and organising everything themselves while devoting less and less time to day jobs. Meanwhile the sound is developing as Tyson starts bringing his rap vocals into the mix. Realising the need for a full-time drummer, they enlist mutual friend Jared who actually OWNS a drumkit.
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Walkie Talkie Man debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 18 January 2004. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for ten weeks with a highest position of #14. There are two songs by Steriogram in the Top 40 Singles.

Chart placings for Walkie Talkie Man:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
18 Jan 2004 Top 40 Singles 29
25 Jan 2004 Top 40 Singles 18
01 Feb 2004 Top 40 Singles 21
08 Feb 2004 Top 40 Singles 14
15 Feb 2004 Top 40 Singles 24
22 Feb 2004 Top 40 Singles 27
29 Feb 2004 Top 40 Singles 26
07 Mar 2004 Top 40 Singles 31
14 Mar 2004 Top 40 Singles 24
21 Mar 2004 Top 40 Singles 42

Chart placings by Steriogram:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Go Top 40 Singles 27 Dec 2004 10 28
Schmack Top 40 Albums 14 Mar 2004 12 3
Schmack! Top 40 Albums 17 May 2004 2 21
Schmack! Tour Edition Top 40 Albums 23 May 2005 5 22
Walkie Talkie Man Top 40 Singles 18 Jan 2004 10 14

Videos by Steriogram:

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