While Pulp enter album chart at Six...
AFROMAN has held onto the top spot in the UK singles chart (October 28) for a second week with ‘BECAUSE I GOT HIGH’, denying FIVE, who enter at Four with ‘CLOSER TO YOU’.
In a week that sees little movement, Gabrielle is the only other new entry on the Top 10, entering at Nine with ‘Don’t Need The Sun To Shine (To Make Me Smile)’. Kylie Minogue (at Two), DJ Otzi (at Three), City High (at Five), Britney Spears (at Seven) and Michael Jackson (at Eight) maintain Top Ten places.
The next highest new entry comes from former US album chart-toppers System Of A Down at 17 with ‘Chop Suey!’, one place above Gorillaz who appear at 18 with ‘Rock The House’. Par-T-One with ‘I’m So Crazy’ at 19 and O-Town, with ‘We Fit Together’ at 20, make up the other new tracks on the 20.
On down the chart, Push sneak in at 22 with ‘The Legacy’, while Weezer can only manage a new placing at 31 with ‘Island In The Sun’ one place above Kelis whose comeback track ‘Young, Fresh n’ New’ enters at 32, the final new appearance on the 40.
There is little movement in the album chart. Steps hold at one with Greatest Hits set ‘Gold’, while Pulp have the only new entry at Six with ‘We Love Life’. Linkin Park (at Four) and David Gray (at Five) climb back up the ten, while US hiphop star DMX charts at a lowly 20 with ‘The Great Depression’.