They're back on the summit after a week at Number Two...

Bloc Party continue their game of chart leapfrog with Queens Of The Stone Age by climbing over them back to the top of the NME CHART this week (July 17) .

Bloc Party have gone back to the top with ’Pioneers’, while Queens Of The Stone Age are forced down to Two with ’In My Head’. Maximo Park rise to Three with ’Going Missing’.

New entries this week come from The Arcade Fire at Six with ’Rebellion (Lies)’, Nine Inch Nails at Seven with ’Only’, Nine Black Alps at Nine with ’Unsatisfied’ and Kaiser Chiefs at ten with the re-released ’I Predict A Riot’.

This week’s Top Ten looks like:
1. Bloc Party – ‘Pioneers’

2. Queens Of The Stone Age – ‘In My Head’

3. Maximo Park – ‘Going Missing’

4. The Rakes – ‘Work, Work, Work’

5. Editors – ‘Blood’

6. The Arcade Fire – ‘Rebellion (Lies)’

7. Nine Inch Nails – ‘Only’

8. Oasis – ‘The Importance Of Being Idle’

9. Nine Black Alps – ‘Unsatisfied’

10. Kaiser Chiefs – ‘I Predict A Riot’

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