October 13, 2010 16:55

Magnetic Man challenging Cliff Richard and Robbie Williams for album chart supremacy

Plus Cee Lo Green is currently holding off 'Barbra Streisand' in singles charts

Magnetic Man challenging Cliff Richard and Robbie Williams for album chart supremacy

Photo: Tom Oxley/NME

Magnetic Man are currently on course to break into the UK albums chart Top Five on Sunday (October 17).

The dubstep band's self-titled debut is at Number Four in the official midweek chart today (October 13), one place below Cliff Richard's 'Bold As Brass'.

Robbie Williams' new compilation 'In And Out Of Consciousness' is currently topping the charts, according to midweek sales.

In the UK singles chart Cee Lo Green's 'Forget You' looks set to hold on to the top spot, although it faces competition from Duck Sauce's track 'Barbra Streisand'.

Check NME.COM this Sunday from 7pm (BST) to find out this week's final chart positions.

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