February 15, 2010 13:00

Marina And The Diamonds top the NME Chart for the second week running

Massive Attack gain the highest new entry

Marina And The Diamonds top the NME Chart for the second week running

Photo: David Edwards

Marina And The Diamonds' 'Hollywood' has topped the NME Chart for the second week running today (February 15) - keeping Plan B's 'Stay Too Long' from the top of the charts.

The highest new entry in this weeks chart comes from Massive Attack, whose 'Paradise Circus' goes straight in at Number Five.

This week's Top Ten is:

1. Marina & The Diamonds – 'Hollywood'
2. Plan B - 'Stay Too Long'
3. Biffy Clyro - 'Many Of Horror'
4. Hot Chip - 'One Life Stand'
5. Massive Attack - 'Paradise Circus'
6. Muse - 'Resistance'
7. Vampire Weekend - 'Cousins'
8. Gorillaz - 'Stylo'
9. The Temper Trap - 'Fader'
10. The Big Pink - 'Velvet'

The NME Chart was today exclusively announced live on NME Radio, who count down the Top 30 every Monday from 10am (GMT).

To tune in to the show, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB nationwide or via NME.com/radio.

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