Mystery Jets top the NME Chart

NME ShockWaves Tour 2006 stars hit the top

Mystery Jets have knocked Panic! At The Disco off the top of the NME Chart with ‘The Boy Who Ran Away’.

There were 3 new entries in the chart – Yeah Yeah Yeahs return at 4 with ‘Gold Lion’, Editors with their MTV2 Exclusive ‘All Sparks’ and Hot Chip with ‘Over And Over’.

Will Mystery Jeys be able to hold onto the top spot when the The Streets’s return next week with the ‘When You Wasn’t Famous’? We shall have to wait and see.

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There is also strong competition from Arcade Fire with the MTV2 exclusive of ‘Tunnels’.

This week’s NME chart is:

1. Mystery Jets – ‘The Boy Who Ran Away’

2. Placebo – ‘Because I Want You’

3. Maximo Park – ’I Want You To Stay’

4. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Gold Lion’

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5. Be Your Own Pet – ‘Adventure’

6. Panic! At The Disco – ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’

7. The Upper Room – ‘All Over This Town’

8. Editors -‘All Sparks’(MTV2 Exclusive)

9. Boy Kill Boy – ‘Back Again’

10. Hot Chip – ‘Over And Over’

To vote for your favourite video, visit nmechart.com.

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