November 13, 2005 19:30

The Futureheads top the NME Chart

‘Area’ is your favourite video again

The Futureheads top the NME Chart
The Futureheads have topped the NME Chart for the second week in a row tonight (November 13).

While ‘Area’ clings on to the number one spot, Franz Ferdinand climb to two with ‘Walk Away’ while Maximo Park's ‘Apply Some Pressure’ drop to three.

New tracks this week come from Arcade Fire at four with ‘Wake Up’, The White Stripes at seven with ‘The Denial Twist’ and Arctic Monkeys re-enter the countdown at ten with ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’.

This week’s NME Chart looks like:

1. The Futureheads – ‘Area’
2. Franz Ferdinand – ‘Walk Away’
3. Maximo Park – ‘Apply Some Pressure’
4. Arcade Fire – ‘Wake Up’
5. Babyshambles – ‘Albion’
6. The Young Knives – ‘The Decision’
7. The White Stripes – ‘The Denial Twist’
8. The Rakes – ’22 Grand Job’
9. Gorillaz – ‘Dirty Harry’
10. Arctic Monkeys – ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’

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