The White Stripes top NME Chart

'Icky Thump' hits top spot

The White Stripes have topped the NME Chart with ’Icky Thump’.

The track has knocked Queens Of The Stone Age off the top spot,

who claimed the position with ’Sick, Sick, Sick’.


Bloc Party are a new entry at Number Four with ’Hunting For Witches’.

Other new entries come from The Rakes, who are at Number Nine with ’The World Was A Mess But His Hair Was Perfect’.

Also, Tokyo Police Club at Number Ten with ’Your English Is Good’.

The NME Chart is:

1. The White Stripes – ‘Icky Thump’

2. Klaxons – ‘It’s Not Over Yet’


3. Queens Of The Stone Age – ‘Sick, Sick, Sick’

4. Bloc Party – ‘Hunting For Witches’

5. Jack Penate – ‘Torn On The Platform’

6. The Wombats – ‘Kill The Director’

7. Editors – ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’

8. Hadouken! – ‘Liquid Lives’

9. The Rakes – ‘The World Was A Mess But His Hair Was Perfect’

10. Tokyo Police Club – ‘Your English Was Good’

Will The White Stripes hold onto the top spot when Yeah Yeah Yeahs come back with ’Down Boy’? Go to NME.COM/chart to vote now.


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