The DJ knocks Robbie Williams from the top spot after just seven days...

ERIC PRYDZ has reclaimed the number one position in this week’s UK singles chart (October 17) with ’CALL ON ME’ knocking ROBBIE WILLAMS’ ’RADIO’ from the top spot after just seven days.

Williams has been relegated to number three, while this week’s highest new entry comes from Duncan James and Keedie with ’I Believe My Heart’ going in at two.

Other new entries inside the top ten come from Rooster in at seven with ’Come Get Some’, Morrissey at eight with ’Let Me Kiss You’ and Cliff Richard’s ’Somethin’ Is Goin’ On’ in at nine.

Other top forty debuts come from Scissor Sisters with ’Mary’ at 14, Kasabian’s ’Processed Beats’ in at 17, Beautiful South’s ’Livin’ Thing’ at 24, Good Charlotte’s ’Predictable’ at 25, Rhian Benson in at 27 with ’Say How I Feel’, and VS’ ’Make It Hot’ charting at 29.

Velvet Revolver go to 32 with ’Fall To Pieces’ and Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster sneak into the countdown at 40 with ’Rise Of The Eagles’.

Meanwhile, Ronan Keating goes straight to number one in the album charts with ’10 Years Of Hits’.

This week’s top ten singles are:

1. Eric Prydz – ‘Call On Me’

2. Duncan James and Keedie – ‘I Believe My Heart’

3. Robbie Williams – ‘Radio’

4. Khia – ‘My Neck My Back (Lick It)’

5. Rachael Stevens – ‘More More More’

6. Deep Dish – ‘Flashdance’

7. Rooster – ‘Come Get Some’

8. Morrissey – ‘Let Me Kiss You’

9. Cliff Richard – ‘Somethin’ Is Goin’ On’

10. Angel City – ‘Do You Know (I Go Crazy)’