It's a good week for football songs - and for Faithless, who top the album chart...
MARIO WINANS has stayed on top of the UK singles chart tonight (June 13), seeing off a strong challenge from the ‘unofficial’ ENGLAND EURO 2004 football song ‘COME ON ENGLAND’ by 4-4-2.
Winans, with a lttle help from Puff Daddy and Enya, maintains top slot with ‘I Don’t Wanna Know’. 4-4-2 enter at Two, with The Farm, featuring the SFX Boys Choir, moving up to Five from Ten with ‘All Together Now’, the official England song for this summer’s tournament. The XFM England song, ‘Born In England’ by Twisted X, goes in at Nine.
There’s another new entry at Three with ‘Drogostea Din Tei’ by O-Zone. Kelis stays at Four with ‘Trick Me’.
In the album chart, Faithless go straight to the top with new LP ‘No Roots’, with Keane’s ‘Hopes And Fears’ falling to Two. Mario Winans climbs one to Three with ‘Hurt No More’. Supergrass enter at Four with their Best Of collection ‘Supergrass Is 10′, with The Corrs’ ‘Borrowed Heaven’ falling from Two to Five.
Hotly tipped Las Vegas indie rockers The Killers score a high new entry for their debut album ‘Hot Fuss’, which enters at Six.