|Song Title||Year Released *||Song Rank|
|Up The Down Escalator||1905||31,692|
|Less Than Human||1905||39,071|
|Pleasure And Pain||1905||44,594|
|View From a Hill||1905||46,962|
|As High As You Can Go||1905||49,469|
The Chameleons (known as The Chameleons UK in the United States) are an English post-punk new wave band that were formed in Middleton, Greater Manchester in 1981. The band originally consisted of singer and bassist Mark Burgess, guitarist Reg Smithies, guitarist Dave Fielding and drummer John Lever (replacing original drummer Brian Schofield). The core quartet were sometimes augmented live by keyboardists Alistair Lewthwaite and Andy Clegg in the 1980s, and percussionist-vocalist Kwasi Asante during their reunion period (ex-Magazine drummer Martin Jackson also briefly replaced Lever during 1982–83 while the latter was on sabbatical).