My Chemical Romance retain top spot on UK singles chart

The Killers remain number one on album countdown

My Chemical Romance have retained the top spot on the UK singles chart for a second week (October 22) with ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’.

The band managed to keep Razorlight at bay again as they stick at two.

There are few new entries on the top 10 this week, the highest one coming from Girls Aloud at five with ‘Something Kinda Ooooh’. As this entered on download sales alone, the quintet are sure to climb next week. Just behind Girls Aloud is Meatloaf. He sees ‘It’s All Coming Back To Me Now’ enter at six.

On down the chart, Jamie T enters at 13 with ‘If You Got The Money’, one ahead of pop queen Beyonce who moves in at 14 with ‘Irreplaceable’. Meanwhile, Amy Winehouse provides a taster of her remarkable new album ‘Back To Black’ entering at 19 with ‘Rehab’. The Holloways sneak into the 30 at 30 with ‘Generator’.

There is little change on the album chart where The Killers hold onto the top place for a third week with ‘Sam’s Town’. Scissor Sisters remain in second place. There are no new entries on the top 10 album charts.

The top 10 single chart looks like this:

1. My Chemical Romance – ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’

2. Razorlight – ‘America’

3. Bob Sinclair & Cutee B – ‘Rock This Party’ (Everybody Dance Now)

4. Scissor Sisters – ‘I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’

5. Girls Aloud – ‘Something Kinda Ooooh’

6. Meatloaf – ‘It’s All Coming Back To Me Now’

7. P Diddy Ft Nicole Scherzinger – ‘Come To Me’

8. James Morrison – ‘Wonderful World’

9. Lil’ Chris – ‘Checkin’ It Out’

10. Ordinary Boys – ‘Lonely At The Top