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Interpol take ’SLOW HANDS’ to the number one spot in this week’s NME CHART (September 5) knocking THE KILLERS from pole position after just seven days.

Elsewhere in the rundown, Goldie Lookin’ Chain re-enter with ‘Your Mother’s Got A Penis’ at four while Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ gains popularity. New entries come from [a][/a] with ‘My Recovery Injection’ and The Rakes with ‘Strasbourg’.

Keep checking NME.COM to see which great bands will be giving exclusive live performances in this weekend’s ‘Live Night Saturday’!

This week’s NME Chart Top Ten is:

1. Interpol – ‘Slow Hands’

2. The Killers – ‘All These Things That I’ve Done’

3. Green Day – ‘American Idiot’

4. Goldie Lookin’ Chain – ‘Your Mother’s Got A Penis’ (Live @ Gonzo On Snow)

5. Razorlight – ‘Vice’

6. Muse – ‘Butterflies And Hurricanes’

7. The Music – ‘Freedom Fighters’

8. Biffy Clyro – ‘My Recovery Injection’

9. The Rakes – ‘Strasbourg’

10. The Libertines – ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’

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