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Duffy hangs on to the Singles Chart top spot

Success for Grammy and Brit Award winners in Album Chart

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Duffy has hung on to the top spot in the UK Singles Chart tonight (February 24).

The Welsh singer’s ‘Mercy’ was up against stiff competition from dance act H Two O ft. Platinum’s ‘What’s It Gonna Be’, which charted at Number Two.

Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse’s ‘Valerie’ rose by nine places to reach Number 13 this week.

The Album Chart was headed up by a new entry from The Feeling, ‘Join With Us’, which kept Nickelback’s ‘All The Right Reasons’ at Number Two.

Off the back of Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson’s respective Grammy and Brit successes, their albums saw considerable chart success this week.

Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black – Deluxe Edition’ rose to Number Three from last week’s Number 14, while Ronson’s ‘Version’, last week’s Number 22, charted at Number Four.

The original non-deluxe version of ‘Back To Black’ is also at Number 12.

The Top Ten Singles are:

1. Duffy – ‘Mercy’
2. H Two O Ft Platinum – ‘What's It Gonna Be’
3. Nickelback – ‘Rockstar’
4. Basshunter – ‘Now You're Gone’
5. Kylie Minogue – ‘Wow’
6. Adele – ‘Chasing Pavements’
7. David Jordan – ‘Sun Goes Down’
8. Rihanna – ‘Don't Stop The Music’
9. OneRepublic – ‘Stop And Stare’
10. Kelly Rowland – ‘Work’



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