The Killers top NME chart

'Bones' goes straight to the top

The Killers top NME chart
The Killers have shot straight to the top of the NME Chart tonight (November 12) with new single ‘Bones’.

Last week’s chart topper Muse fall to Three with ‘Knights Of Cydonia’, while The Fratellis are at two with ‘Whistle For The Choir’.

Other new entries include Red Hot Chili Peppers at Six with ‘Snow (Hey Oh)’, CSS at Eight with ‘Alala’ and The Pigeon Detectives at Ten with ‘I Found Out’.

The top ten is:

1. The Killers ‘Bones’
2. The Fratellis ‘Whistle For The Choir’
3. Muse ‘Knights Of Cydonia’
4. Wolfmother ‘Joke And The Thief’
5. The Rapture ‘Whoo! Yeah, Alright’
6. Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘Snow (Hey Oh)’
7. Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly ‘War Of The Worlds’
8. CSS ‘Alala’
9. The Maccabees ‘First Love’
10.The Pigeon Detectives ‘I Found Out’


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