Elvis at Number One for the fourth week...
ELVIS PRESLEY continued his reign at the top of the UK singles charts today, scoring his fourth week at Number One with the JXL remix of ‘A Little Less Conversation’.
The King beat off strong challenges from Red Hot Chili Peppers who had the highest new entry at Number Two with ‘By The Way’ and Jennifer Lopez who went in at Number Three with ‘I’m Gonna Be Alright’.
Scooter’s dance remix of ‘The Logical Song’ was down two places at Number Four and Prodigy had a high new entry at Number Five with their comeback single ‘Baby’s Got A Temper’.
‘Wherever You Will Go’ by Calling was down three places at Number Six and Christina Milian was down one place at Number Seven with ‘When You Look At Me’.
In the nether regions of the Top Ten, Nelly was down three places to Number Eight with ‘Hot In Herre’, ‘Hero’ by Chad Kroeger Ft Josey Scott was down two places at Number Nine and former Number One ‘Without Me’ by Eminem was down two places at Number 10.
Elsewhere in the charts, there were new entries at Number 14 with Amy Studt’s ‘Just A Little Girl’, Number 15 with ‘American English’ by Idlewild and going straight in at Number 16 were Baha Men with ‘Move It Like This’.
Lower down the charts, children’s TV favourites Bill And Ben had a new entry at Number 23 with ‘Flobbadance’, Beginerz went in at Number 28 with ‘Reckless Girl’ and Gary Numan went in at Number 29 with ‘RIP’.
The only other new entry was Preeya Kalidas who went in at Number 38 with ‘Shakalaka Baby, her song from the West End hit musical ‘Bombay Dreams’.
In the album charts, Oasis went straight in at Number One with ‘Heathen Chemistry’, chased hard by Nelly who went straight in at Number Two with ‘Nellyville’.
Last week’s Number One ‘The Eminem Show’ by Eminem was down at Number Three.
There were two other new entries in the Album Top 10 this week, with Morcheeba’s latest ‘Charango’ going in at Number Seven and Muse going in at Number 10 with ‘Hullabaloo’.
Check back to NME.COM tomorrow for the contestants prepared to fight it out in next week’s chart battle.