The European Hot 100 Singles Chart was a multinational singles sales chart based on the following countries' charts:
Belgium- seperate charts for both Flanders (FLA) and Wallonia(WAL)
I used these country's abbreviations as means of showing chart position. For Netherlands, the highest position it ever reached is included regardless of it was on the Dutch Top 40 or Netherlands Single 100. For Hungary, the MAHASZ Rádiós Top 40 chart is used.
T10: Top Ten- I only listed Top Ten positions to prevent the text from blocking out the screen. Note that some songs can have a lot of top ten positions but rank lower, this can either be due to a lack of longevity for the songs, or because the song was a bigger hit in a preceding or succeeding year.
BP: Best Position. In the rare case a single did not score a Top Ten position on any of the charts, this lists the country with the best chart position.
#1: Countries where the song was a number one hit.
Sources for information: Wikipedia and hitparade.de for chart positions, discogs for record label information, https://web.archive.org/web/20121004235856/http://www.billboard.biz/bbbiz/charts/yearendcharts/2008/european-hot-100-singles for song placement.
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