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The poll was launched to celebrate 60 years of the singles chart." Geldof and Marine, his partner of 19 years, formally signed marriage papers in April (15) ahead of their big day in Nice, France in September (15).He was previously married to TV presenter Paula Yates from 1986 to 1996. The countdown is packed with some amazing songs."Mr Talbot said: "Ultravox's 'Vienna' has beaten off some truly great, classic tracks to claim the title of the UK public's favourite number two single - including "Fairytale Of New York", "Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields", "My Generation", "Waterloo Sunset" and many more."It is also probably the most apt winner, given the fact that it was kept from the chart summit in 1981 by Joe Dolce's "Shaddup You Face", which has long been considered one of the biggest chart injustices of all time.He added: "To mark the 60th anniversary of the Official Singles Chart in 2012, we are delighted to declare it as an honorary official number one single."The Who's "My Generation" was 12th in the list, "Wonderwall" by Oasis finished at 13, "Rolling In The Deep" was at 34 and "Rocket Man" was at 37.1."I texted him when he sent me the invite and I was like, 'Only you could get married in the middle of nowhere'.
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Ultravox hit "Vienna" was hailed as an honorary chart-topper today after being named the nation's favourite number two single to have narrowly missed out on the coveted number one spot.
The single triumphed in a national poll by Radio 2 and the Official Charts Company to find the greatest track to narrowly miss out on the top slot."Vienna", with its moody, dry ice-filled black-and-white promo, was held off number one by novelty track "Shaddup You Face" by US-born Australian Joe Dolce.
It has restored our faith in the idea that the public will always recognise the good in music, and that this song has proved this."Radio 2's head of music Jeff Smith said: "'Vienna' is a brilliant track; a true classic.
It was up against hits by some of the world's biggest acts - "We Are The Champions" by Queen, "Rocket Man" by Elton John and "Rolling In The Deep" by Adele.
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