THE STROKES TOP NME CHART

The band keep their hold on the Number One spot…

THE STROKES TOP NME CHART
THE STROKES top the NME CHART this week (September 19) for the second time with ’THE END HAS NO END’, but not for wanting of trying from Razorlight, who keep a firm grip with their ’SLOW HANDS’ at Two.


The Ordinary Boys climb up the countdown to Three with ‘Vice’, as do [a][/a], with their trip to the ‘Seaside’ at Five.


New entries this week come from Kasabian at Four, Sons And Daughters at Eight and Death From Above 1979 at Ten.


Keep checking NME.COM to see which bands will be giving exclusive live performances in next weekend’s MTV2 ‘Live Night Saturday’.


This week’s chart looks like:

1. The Strokes – ‘The End Has No End’

2. Interpol – ‘Slow Hands’

3. Razorlight – ‘Vice’

4. Kasabian – ‘Processed Beats’

5. The Ordinary Boys – ‘Seaside’

6. The Music – ‘Freedom Fighters’

7. Muse – ‘Butterflies And Hurricanes’

8. Sons And Daughters – ‘Johnny Cash’

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

10. Death From Above 1979 – ‘Romantic Rights’


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