FRANZ FERDINAND BURN UP NME CHART!

The art-rockers take ’This Fire’ to the top…

FRANZ FERDINAND BURN UP NME CHART!
Franz Ferdinand have set a blazing trail through the NME CHART this week (October 3), with ’THIS FIRE’ scorching its way straight to the Number One spot.


Kings Of Leon kick ‘The Bucket’ up to Number Two and Kasabian, from their position at Number Ten last week, rise to Three.


New entries come from Bloc Party with their ‘Helicopter’, The Others and ‘Stan Bowles’ and Hives’ ‘Two Timing Touch And Broken Bones’.


This week’s Top Ten looks like this:

1. Franz Ferdinand - ‘This Fire’

2. Kings Of Leon – ‘The Bucket’

3. Kasabian – ‘Processed Beats’

4. Interpol – ‘Slow Hands’

5. The Futureheads – ‘Meantime’

6. The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster – ‘Rise Of The Eagles’

7. Graham Coxon – ‘Freakin’ Out’

8. Bloc Party – ‘Helicopter’

9. The Others – ‘Stan Bowles’

10. The Hives – ‘Two Timing Touch And Broken Bones’


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