June 3, 2007 19:30

The Killers top NME Chart

They knock The Pigeon Detectives off the top

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The Killers have topped the NME Chart tonight (June 3)with ’For Reasons Unknown’.

They have knocked The Pigeon Detectives off the top spot who held the top spot with ’I’m Not Sorry’.

New entries from the chart come from The Gossip who enter at Number Seven with ’Listen Up!’ and Klaxons at Number Nine with ’Not Over Yet’.

The Top 10 is:

1. The Killers - ‘For Reasons Unknown’
2. Queens Of The Stone Age - ‘Sick, Sick, Sick’
3. The Pigeon Detectives - ‘I’m Not Sorry’
4. Editors - ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’
5. Gallows - ‘Abandon Ship’
6. Biffy Clyro - Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies’
7. The Gossip - ‘Listen Up!’
8. Cold War Kids - ‘Hospital Beds’
9. Klaxons - ‘Not Over Yet’
10. The Enemy - ‘Had Enough’


With The Killers manage to hold onto the top spot whenBloc Party come back with ’Hunting For Witches’ or will My Chemical Romance snatch the top spot with ’Teenagers’?

Go to NME.COM/chart to vote now.

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