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Queens Of The Stone Age are number one for the second week in a row in tonight’s NME CHART (February 27).

’Little Sister’ is still your most requested track despite strong competition from Kaiser Chiefs with ’Oh My God’ at 2, The Futureheads at 3 with ’Hounds Of Love’ and Willy Mason’s ’Oxygen’ at 4.

New entries this week come from The Subways in at 8 with ’Oh Yeah’ and Tom Vek’s ’I Ain’t Saying Goodbye’ debuting at 10.

Maximo Park’s ’Apply Some Pressure’ also re-enters at six.

This week’s top ten looks like:
1. Queens Of The Stone Age – ‘Little Sister’
2. Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Oh My God’
3. The Futureheads – ‘Hounds Of Love’
4. Willy Mason – ‘Oxygen’
5. Beck – ‘E-Pro’
6. Maximo Park – ‘Apply Some Pressure’
7. Bloc Party – ‘So Here We Are’
8. The Subways – ‘Oh Yeah’
9. The Bravery – ‘An Honest Mistake’
10. Tom Vek – ‘I Ain’t Saying Goodbye’

To vote for your favourite video, go to nmechart.com.

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