'Meantime' is your favourite video this week (October 17)…

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The Futureheads are the new number one in this week’s NME CHART (October 17) with 'MEANTIME'.

Goldie Lookin’ Chain have had their 'Penis' kicked from the top spot to two, while Franz Ferdinand and Kings Of Leon both rise up the countdown.

New entries this week come from Bloc Party with 'Helicopter' and Kaiser Chiefs’ 'I Predict A Riot'.

Look out for new videos from Babyshambles and Snow Patrol this week.

Tonight’s NME Chart top ten is:

1. The Futureheads – 'Meantime'

2. Goldie Lookin’ Chain – 'Your Mother’s Got A Penis'

3. Franz Ferdinand – 'This Fire'

4. Kings Of Leon – 'The Bucket'

5. The Hives – 'Two Timing Touch And Broken Bones'

6. Kasabian – 'Processed Beats'

7. Bloc Party – 'Helicopter'

8. Kaiser Chiefs – 'I Predict A Riot'

9. Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster – 'Rise Of The Eagles'

10. Graham Coxon – 'Freakin’ Out'

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