The duo take ’Jolene’ to number one…

White Stripes take the number one position in this week’s NME CHART (November 28) with their cover of the DOLLY PARTON classic ’JOLENE’.

Razorlight are knocked from the top spot with ’Rip It Up’ while Goldie Lookin’ Chain keep the chav-count high in this week’s countdown with ’You Knows I Loves You’ climbing to three.

New entries this week come from The Zutons with ’Confusion’, The Bravery with ’Unconditional’, The Killers with ’Somebody Told Me’ and Art Brut’s ’Modern Art’.


This week’s top ten looks like:

1. The White Stripes – ‘Jolene’

2. Razorlight – ‘Rip It Up’

3. Goldie Lookin’ Chain – ‘You Knows I Love You’

4. Beastie Boys – ‘An Open Letter To NYC’

5. The Zutons – ‘Confusion’


6. The Bravery – ‘Unconditional’

7. The Longcut – ‘Transition’

8. The Killers – ‘Somebody Told Me’

9. Art Brut – ‘Modern Art’

10. Babyshambles – ‘Killamangiro’

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