2007 download tracks and album charts revealed

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Apple iTunes have released their official charts for the most downloaded tracks and albums of 2007 by UK music fans.

Mika’s ‘Grace Kelly’ single was the most down-loaded song on the site, followed by Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ then ‘How To Save A Life’ by The Fray.

Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black’ album was the most downloaded album of the year, followed by Mika’s ‘Life In Cartoon Motion’ then Arctic Monkeys‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’.

The top ten iTunes track downloads of 2007 were:

1: Mika – ‘Grace Kelly’
2: Rihanna – ‘Umbrella’
3: The Fray – ‘How To Save A Life’
4: Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Ruby’
5: Plain White T's – ‘Hey There Delilah’
6: Kanye West – ‘Stronger’
7: Kate Nash – ‘Foundations’
8: Leona Lewis – ‘Bleeding Love’
9: Sugababes – ‘About You Now’
10: Take That – ‘Shine’

And the top ten album downloads were:

1: Amy Winehouse – ‘Back to Black’
2: Mika – ‘Life in Cartoon Motion’
3: Arctic Monkeys – ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’
4: Mark Ronson – ‘Version’
5: Newton Faulkner – ‘Hand Built by Robots’
6: Take That – ‘Beautiful World’
7: Foo Fighters – Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace’
8: Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Yours Truly, Angry Mob’
9: Snow Patrol – ‘Eyes Open’
10: Timbaland – ‘Shock Value’

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