Plan B spends eighth week on top of NME Chart

Hurts, Tinie Tempah and Pendulum are kept off top spot

Plan B spends eighth week on top of NME Chart

Photo: Andy Willsher

Plan B has clocked up his eighth week on top of the NME Chart today (May 31).

'She Said' held off competition from Pendulum's 'Watercolour' and Tinie Tempah's 'Pass Out' to stay at the summit.

Manchester duo Hurts were the highest new entry on the chart, with 'Better Than Love' going in at Number Four.

The Top Ten this week is:

1. Plan B – 'She Said'
2. Pendulum – 'Watercolour'
3. Tinie Tempah – 'Pass Out'
4. Hurts - Better Than Love'
5. Muse - 'Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)'
6. Faithless - 'Not Going Home'
7. Crystal Castles - 'Celestica'
8. Kate Nash - 'Do-Wah-Doo'
9. The xx - 'Crystalised'
10. LCD Soundsystem - 'Drunk Girls'


See NME.COM/nmechart for more, including audio previews of each track.

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 Radio.

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