THE HEAT IS ON (TOP)!

Radiohead stuck at Number Two for third successive week...

THE HEAT IS ON (TOP)!
Hot Hot Heat have held on to the top slot on the NME CHART with ‘TALK TO ME, DANCE WITH ME’, keeping RADIOHEAD at Number Two for a third week.

[a][/a] take chart bronze with former Number One 'The Hardest Button To Button'. Blink-182 are at Number Four with the David LaChapelle-directed video for ‘Feeling This’.

Red Hot Chili Peppers hit Five, Kill Kenada climb to Six, The Futureheads head in at Seven and Reuben’’s 'Memento'-referencing noirfest debuts at Eight.

The full Top Ten is:



1. Hot Hot Heat – 'Talk To Me, Dance With Me'
2. Radiohead - '2+2=5'
3. The White Stripes – 'The Hardest Button To Button'
4. Blink 182 – 'Feeling This'
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers - 'Fortune Faded'
6. Kill Kenada – 'Red & Black'
7. The Futureheads – 'A To B'
8. Reuben – 'Stuck In My Throat'
9. The Strokes – '12:51'
10. Razorlight – 'Rip It Up'



As ever, the NME Chart has been voted for by you. The rundown is hosted by Zane Lowe and broadcast every day on MTV2 at 7pm. To control next week’s countdown, log on to nmechart.com.

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