Not since the release of “Saturday Night Fever” in 1977 has a soundtrack dominated a Billboard chart. The Hollywood Reporter has released the top songs on the TV Songs Chart and with the exception of ONE song, the top 10 is dominated by the music from the Netflix series “The Umbrella Academy”.
Taken from the comic book series by the same name, the Internet Movie Database describes the show as, “a family of former child heroes, now grown apart, must reunite to continue to protect the world.”
Beginning with the number one song “I Was Made for Loving You” by KISS, music from “The Umbrella Academy” dominates the top seven songs and completes the dominance by taking the ninth and tenth spots.
Only the number eight song “Turtles All the Way Down” by Sturgill Simpson from “Yellowstone” is not from the Nextflix series.
The top 10 songs:
“I Was Made for Loving You” by KISS
“In Hell I’ll Be in Good Company” by The Dead South
“Crazy” by Daniela Andrade
“Major Tom” by Peter Schilling
“Wicked Games” by Parra for Cuva with Anna Naklab
“Right Back Where We Started” by Maxine Nightingale
“Bad Guy” by The Interrupters
“Turtles All the Way Down” by Sturgill Simpson
“Golden Brown” by The Stranglers
“Sunny” by Boney M.
feature photo credit: “the Umbrella Academy” Facebook page