The good ship Albion sails on...

Libertines storm straight into the top spot in this week’s NME CHART (July 18), showing that the good ship ALBION is still sailing strong despite the band’s recent dramas.

Hives stick firmly at Number Two, as do Bloc Party at Three while The Futureheads and Snow Patrol start climbing the lofty heights of the countdown.

New entries this week come from Goldie Lookin’ Chain, The Stills and TV On The Radio, while Morrissey makes a re-entry into the Top Ten.

But who stays and who must suffer the brutal humiliation of relegation? You decide - get voting!

This week's chart is:
1. The Libertines - 'Can't Stand Me Now'
2. The Hives - 'Walk Idiot Walk'
3. Bloc Party - 'Little Thoughts'
4. The Futureheads - 'Decent Days And Nights'
5. Goldie Lookin' Chain - 'Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do'
6. The Streets - 'Dry Your Eyes'
7. Snow Patrol - 'Spitting Games'
8. Morrissey - 'First Of The Gang To Die'
9. The Stills - 'Still In Love Song'
10. TV On The Radio - 'Staring At The Sun'

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