'Jailhouse Rock' is the UK's biggest single...

ELVIS PRESLEY is back at the top of the UK singles chart.

The King’s classic ‘Jailhouse Rock’, released to mark what would have been his 70th birthday yesterday (January 8), is the new Number One, dislodging ‘X Factor’ winner Steve Brookstein’s cover of Phil Collins’ ‘Against All Odds’ from the top after just one week.

Iron Maiden, Erasure, Scissor Sisters, Dana Rayne and Kasabian all score new entries inside the Top ten, while Interpol are new at 18 with ‘Evil’ and The Urban Cookie Collective go in at 31 with a new version of their rave hit, ‘The Key The Secret 2005’.


And in the week that their single ‘Filthy / Gorgeous’ enters the chart, Scissor Sisters climb one place back to Number One on the albums countdown.

The UK top ten singles are:

1. ‘Jailhouse Rock’ – Elvis Presley

2. ’Against All Odds’ – Steve Brookstein

3. ‘The Number Of The Beast’ – Iron Maiden

4. ‘Breathe’ – Erasure


5. ‘Filthy / Gorgeous’ – Scissor Sisters

6. ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ – Band Aid 20

7. ‘Object Of My Desire’ – Dana Rayne

8. ‘Cutt Off’ – Kasabian

9. ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’ – Green Day

10. ‘Out Of Touch’ – Uniting Nations


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