August 9, 2010 11:01

Mark Ronson still top of NME Chart with 'Bang Bang Bang'

Ronson makes it four weeks at Number One

Mark Ronson still top of NME Chart with 'Bang Bang Bang'
Mark Ronson And The Business Intl have the top spot in the NME Chart today (August 2) with 'Bang Bang Bang', making it four weeks at the peak.

Eminem and Pendulum also fared well again in the chart, while Arcade Fire are in at Number Seven with 'We Used To Wait'.

The NME Chart Top Ten this week is:

1. Mark Ronson & The Business Int – 'Bang Bang Bang'
2. Eminem – 'Not Afraid'
3. Marina & The Diamonds – 'Oh No'
4. Pendulum – 'Witchcraft'
5. Mumford & Sons – 'The Cave'
6. Professor Green Ft Ed Drewett – 'I Need You Tonight'
7. Arcade Fire – 'We Used To Wait'
8. Pendulum – 'Watercolour'
9. Muse – 'Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)'
10. Robyn - 'Dancing On My Own'

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

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Video: Mark Ronson - 'Bang Bang Bang'

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