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The View top of the NME Chart
The View have knocked Razorlight from the top of the NME Chart tonight (October 8).

The band beat off stiff competition from My Chemical Romance, who are the highest new entry at Number Three with [B]’Welcome To The Black Parade’
, and The Raconteurs, who are at Number Four with ’Broken Boy Soldier’.

Other new entries on the chart come from Beck at Number Six with ’Cellphones Dead’ and The Holloways at Number Ten with ’Generator’.

Will The View be able to hold onto the top spot when The Klaxons return with ’MagicK’?

Or will they be beaten by Wolfmother who release 'Joker & The Thief’?

This week’s NME Chart is:

1. The View – ‘Superstar Tradesmen’
2. Kasabian – ‘Shoot The Runner’
3. My Chemical Romance – ‘Welcome To The Black Parade’
4. The Raconteurs – ‘Broken Boy Soldier’
5. Jamie T – ‘If You Got The Money’
6. Beck – ‘Cellphone’s Dead’
7. The Young Knives – ‘The Decision’
8. The Long Blondes – ‘Once And Never Again’
9. Hot Chip – ‘Over And Over’
10.The Holloways – ‘Generator’


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