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The Other Side - Breaks Co-Op - Top 40 Singles

New Zealand Artist: Breaks Co-Op

Breaks Co-Op was formed by Zane Lowe (previously Urban Disturbance) and Hamish Clark in 1997. Hamish and Zane released the electronic album Roofers in 1997 before they both left New Zealand to travel and pursue other interests.

When Zane Lowe and Hamish Clark discovered the voice of Andy Lovegrove, they knew it was the signature instrument they needed to complete the recording project they’d begun in New Zealand and transported to the UK on their OE adventure.
For more information check out the muzic.net.nz Profile for Breaks Co-Op
The Other Side debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Singles on 28 February 2005. It has been in the Top 40 Singles for 19 weeks with a highest position of #10. There is one song by Breaks Co-Op in the Top 40 Singles.

Chart placings for The Other Side:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
28 Feb 2005 Top 40 Singles 40
07 Mar 2005 Not Listed -
14 Mar 2005 Top 40 Singles 37
21 Mar 2005 Top 40 Singles 21
28 Mar 2005 Top 40 Singles 21
04 Apr 2005 Top 40 Singles 16
11 Apr 2005 Top 40 Singles 17
18 Apr 2005 Top 40 Singles 16
25 Apr 2005 Top 40 Singles 17
02 May 2005 Top 40 Singles 16
09 May 2005 Top 40 Singles 10
16 May 2005 Top 40 Singles 16
23 May 2005 Top 40 Singles 18
30 May 2005 Top 40 Singles 19
06 Jun 2005 Top 40 Singles 19
13 Jun 2005 Top 40 Singles 23
20 Jun 2005 Top 40 Singles 21
27 Jun 2005 Top 40 Singles 28
04 Jul 2005 Top 40 Singles 28
11 Jul 2005 Top 40 Singles 36

Chart placings by Breaks Co-Op:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Sounds Familiar Top 40 Albums 10 Feb 2014 3 11
The Other Side Top 40 Singles 28 Feb 2005 19 10
The Sound Inside Top 40 Albums 28 Mar 2005 30 3
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