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The UK Singles Chart was first compiled in However the records and statistics listed here date back to because the Official Charts Company counts a selected period of the New Musical Express chart only from to and the Record Retailer chart from to as predecessors for the period prior to 11 February , where multiples of competing charts coexisted side by side. For example, the BBC compiled its own chart based on an average of the music papers of the time; many songs announced as having reached number one on BBC Radio and Top of the Pops prior to may not be listed here as chart-toppers since they do not meet the legacy criteria of the Charts Company. The following is a list of all the acts who are on eight or more UK number one songs with an individual credit meaning, the main artist or named separately as a featured artist — being part of a group does not count towards an individual's total. Simply playing or singing on a single without credit will not count, or the top positions would almost certainly belong to session musicians such as Clem Cattini who is reported to have played drums on over 40 number ones. The record for most non-consecutive weeks at number one is 18 by Frankie Laine 's " I Believe " in It spent nine weeks at number one, dropped down for a week, returned to number one for six weeks, dropped down for a further week and returned to number one for a third time for three weeks. Since the inception of the UK Singles Chart in only six acts have replaced themselves at the top of the UK charts with exactly the same billing as opposed to any named artist, for example ' Cliff Richard and the Shadows ' and ' The Shadows ' have had back to back number ones on four occasions :.