There's a host of new entries too...

CRAZY FROG – the cartoon ringtone that’s kept COLDPLAY and U2 off the top of the UK singles chart – is still at Number One tonight.

The new version of ‘Axel F’ – the theme to the ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ films – is the first mobile ringtone to make it into the charts, and is celebrating a month of chart domination.

New entries this week come from Fightstar with ’Paint Your Target’ at Number Nine, this week’s NME cover stars Green Day with ’Wake Me Up When September Ends’ at Number Eight and DJ Sammy with ’Why’ at Number Seven, while the highest new entry comes from Nelly with ’N Dey Say’ at Number Six.


This week’s top ten singles are:

1. Crazy Frog – ‘Axel F’

2. James Blunt – ‘You’re Beautiful’

3. Audio Bullys Ft Nancy Sinatra – ‘Shot You Down’

4. Akon – ‘Lonely’

5. Gorillaz – ‘Feel Good Inc’


6. Nelly – ‘N Dey Say’

7. DJ Sammy – ‘Why’

8. Green Day – ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends’

9. Fightstar – ‘Paint Your Target’

10. Amerie – ‘1 Thing’

In the albums chart Coldplay’s massive selling third album ’X&Y’ is still at the top of the charts.


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