UK Number One single revealed

Embrace in battle for top spot

Embrace have failed to get to the top of the UK singles chart with ‘Nature’s Law’.

The band have been beaten to the Number Two position by Ne-Yo and ‘So Sick’ while there’s a Top Ten entry for Pink at Number Four with ‘Stupid Girls’.

Other new entries in the chart include Yeah Yeah Yeahs at 18 with ‘Gold Lion’, The Strokes at Number 25 with ‘Heart In A Cage’ and The Kooks at 28 with ‘Naive’.


The top ten UK singles are:

1. Ne-Yo -‘So Sick’

2. Embrace -‘Nature’s Law’

3. Orson – ‘No Tomorrow’

4. Pink – ‘Stupid Girls’

5. Corrine Bailey Rae – ‘Put Your Records On’


6. Pussycat Dolls feat Will.I.Am – ‘Beep’

7. Black Eyed Peas – ‘Pump It’

8. Chico – ‘It’s Chico Time’

9. Kanye West – ‘Touch The Sky’

10. Sugababes – ‘Red Dress’

Just in time for Mother’s Day, X-Factor finalists Journey South have hit Number One on the album chart with their self-titled debut, while X-Factor runner up Andy Abraham has grabbed the Number Two position with his debut ‘The Impossible Dream’.

Prince is at Number Nine with ‘3121’ and Beverly Knight is at Number Ten with ‘Voice – The Best Of’.


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