Plus all the news from the UK singles chart…

The Bravery are celebrating tonight (March 20) having seen their debut album hit the UK charts at Number five.

’The Bravery’ were beaten to the top slot by Stereophonics with ’Language Sex Violence Other’, but the band are still amazed by the top ten placing.

”I talked to someone this morning who told me about it. I was very


pleased – I didn’t really have any idea it would go so high,” singer Sam Endicott told NME.COM. “I think as all went well we should all go to church today!”

In the UK singles chart, Comic Relief song ’(Is This The Way To) Amarillo’ by Tony Christie and Peter Kay is at Number One, while [a][/a] enters at Number three with ‘She’s Not You’.

Further up the Top Ten, Basement Jaxx enter at Number 8 with ’Oh My Gosh’, while Jem is at Number 6. Gwen Stefani ft Eve is at Number 4 with ’Rich Girl’. Last week’s Number one ’All About You’/ ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ by McFly falls to two.

This week’s top ten singles are:

1. ‘(Is This The Way To) Amarillo’ – Tony Christie and Peter Kay

2. ‘All About You’ / ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ – McFly


3. ‘She’s Not You’ – Elvis Presley

4. ‘Rich Girl’ – Gwen Stefani ft Eve

5. ‘Falling Stars’ – Sunset Strippers

6. ‘They’ – Jem

7. ‘Over And Over’ – Nelly Ft Tim Mcgraw

8. ‘Oh My Gosh’ – Basement Jaxx

9. ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ – G4

10. ‘Back to Basics’ – Shapeshifters


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