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All Saints, EMINEM and [b]TEXAS will all be vying for Top Ten places in next Sunday's (October 8) Top 40 when their singles are released today (October 2).

All Saints will be hoping their follow-up to previous Number One 'Pure Shores', 'Black Coffee', pips 'The Way I Am', Eminem's second single from the multi-million-selling 'Marshall Mathers LP', to the post, while Texas will have high hopes for their first single in some time,'In Demand', the first of two new songs to feature on their forthcoming 'Best Of' collection.

Also looking for a chart place will be Crashland, with 'Modern Animal', Honeyz, with 'Not Even Gonna Trip', and a resurgent Bob Dylan, with 'Things Have Changed', his best new track in quite some time.

Vengaboys, Everclear, Wilt and Atomic Kitten will also be hoping to make a dent.

While Radiohead's long-awaited 'Kid A' is the main album on release today, Finley Quaye, Green Day, Billie Piper and Therapy? are among the acts following in their wake.

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