Elvis beats Oasis to keep the Number One spot in the UK single chart...
ELVIS PRESLEY and the JXL remix of his track ‘A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION’ stayed at the top of the UK singles chart for the second week running tonight – beating off strong competition from OASIS for the Number One spot.
Oasis were the highest new entry in the charts today with ‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’, the second single from their forthcoming ‘Heathen Chemistry’ album debuting at Number Two.
Christina Milian had the second highest new entry, going in at Number Three with ‘When You Look At Me’, narrowly pipping Nelly who went straight in at Number Four with ‘Hot In Herre’.
Elswhere in the Top 10, Scooter were up two places to Number Five with ‘The Logical Song’ with ‘Hero’ by Chad Kroeger Ft Josey Scott debuting at Number Six.
There was another new entry at Number Seven with Misteeq’s ‘Roll On/This Is How We Do It’ with Kylie down six places at Number Eight with ‘Love At First Sight’.
Former Number One Eminem was down at Number Nine with ‘Without Me’ and Liberty X were down two at Number 10 with ‘Just A Little’.
Just outside the Top Ten, indie rockers Muse went straight in at Number 13 with ‘Dead Star/In Your World’ and Brandy went in at Number 15 with ‘Full Moon’.
Basement Jaxx debuted at Number 22 with latest single ‘Get Me Off’ and the bizarre pairing of Andy Williams and Denise Van Outen went in with their version of the crooner’s old hit ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’.
The Vines went in at Number 24 with latest single ‘Get Free’ and US rockers Sum 41 went in at Number 32 with It’s What We’re All About’. Counting Crows had a new hit at Number 33 with ‘American Girls and DJ Tiesto Ft Suzanne Palmer went in at Number 36 with ‘643 (Love’s On Fire’.
Hotly-tipped indie newcomers Athlete meanwhile debuted at Number 37 with ‘You Got The Style’ and the final new entry of the Top 40 was Jaheim who went in at Number 38 with ‘Just In Case’.
In the album charts, while Eminem stayed at the top with ‘The Eminem Show’, there were only two new entries in the Top 10, with Papa Roach going straight in at Number Four with ‘Love Hate Tragedy’ and New Found Glory managing a Number 10 new entry with ‘Sticks And Stones’.
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