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post Sep 28 2014, 09:51 AM
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Sunday 28th September 2014

Last weeks top 5 singles and albums:

Singles:
1 N 1 Sigma feat. Paloma Faith Changing
2 1 2 Calvin Harris feat. John Newman Blame
3 2 4 Lilly Wood and Robin Schulz Prayer In C
4 N 1 Professor Green feat. Tori Kelly Lullaby
5 4 5 Taylor Swift Shake It Off

Albums:
1 N 1 The Script No Sound Without Silence
2 N 1 Barbra Streisand Partners
3 1 17 Sam Smith In The Lonely Hour
4 N 1 Chris Brown X
5 3 13 Ed Sheeran x

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A third No 1 today for Jessie J today seems probable, with some help from Ariana Grande and Nicky Minaj



Completing the top 3 should be Sigma Featuring Paloma Faith and Taylor Swift



New entries today should come from Meghan Trainor (and a fake version thereof), Shift K3Y, and Cilla Black

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ALBUMS:



Their first album won the Mercury Music Prize, their second looks like topping the charts- Huzzah for Alt-J



Completing the top 3 should be Leonard Cohen and Barbra Streisand

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 4 and 7 biggrin.gif

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post Sep 28 2014, 09:52 AM
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Retro Top 10 - 28th September

2013



1- TALK DIRTY- Jason Derulo Featuring 2Chainz (75,732)

2- ROAR- Katy Perry (60,396)
3- COUNTING STARS- One Republic (55,613)
4- HOLD ON, WE’RE GOING HOME- Drake Featuring Majid Jordan (39,788)
5- YOU MAKE ME- Avicii (38,970)
6- SAME LOVE- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Mary Lambert (29,388)
7- WHAT I MIGHT DO- Ben Pearce (29,243)
8- WAKE ME UP- Avicii (28,852)
9- IT’S MY PARTY- Jessie J (27,106)
10- BURN- Ellie Goulding (25,003)



2009



1- BREAK YOUR HEART- Taio Cruz (48,942)
2- SEXY CHICK- David Guetta Ft Akon (39,531)
3- EMPIRE STATE OF MIND- Jay Z Ft Alicia Keys (35,779)
4- SHE WOLF- Shakira (28,083)
5- RUN THIS TOWN- Jay Z Ft Kanye West & Rihanna (26,850)
6- I GOTTA FEELING- Black Eyed Peas (26,388)
7- BOYS AND GIRLS- Pixie Lott (24,229)
8- CELEBRATION- Madonna (21,620)
9- HOLIDAY- Dizzee Rascal (19,490)
10- LEFT MY HEART IN TOKYO- Mini Viva (18,514)



2004



1- CALL ON ME- Eric Prydz (46,370)
2- LOVE MACHINE- Girls Aloud (21,500)
3- FLAP YA WINGS/ MY PLACE- Nelly (16,000)*
4- LEAVE (GET OUT)- Jojo (15,300)*
5- AMERICAN IDIOT- Green Day (13,900)*
6- REAL TO ME- Brian McFadden (13,700)*
7- BABYCAKES- 3 Of A Kind (12,100)*
8- BREEZE ON BY- Donny Osmond (10,100)
9- SUNSHINE- Twista (9,900)*
10- THESE WORDS- Natasha Bedingfield (9,700)*



1999



1- BLUE (DA BA DEE)- Eiffel 65 (164,500)
2- S CLUB PARTY- S Club 7 (84,000)
3- MAN I FEEL LIKE A WOMAN- Shania Twain (80,000)
4- MAMBO NO 5 (A LITTLE BIT OF...)- Lou Bega (70,000)*
5- (YOU DRIVE ME) CRAZY- Britney Spears (63,000)
6- SUN IS SHINING- Bob Marley Vs Funkstar Deluxe (56,000)*
7- WE’RE GOING TO IBIZA- Vengaboys (52,000)*
8- THE LAUNCH- DJ Jean (46,000)*
9- GET GET DOWN- Paul Johnson (42,000)*
10- MICKEY- Lolly (35,000)*



Retro sales courtesy of MW*denotes an estimate thanks to Gezza
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:15 PM
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Afternoon Jackers- as per usual NO SPOILERS PLEASE- Thanks
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:22 PM
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The top 10 last year is horrible. Burn is amazing, roar is pretty good, a couple of the others are ok and the other half are all horrible
The 2009/2004 retros are strong
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:26 PM
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Afternoon all, my retro faves:

2013

2- ROAR- Katy Perry (60,396)
3- COUNTING STARS- One Republic (55,613)
4- HOLD ON, WE’RE GOING HOME- Drake Featuring Majid Jordan (39,788)
5- YOU MAKE ME- Avicii (38,970) wub.gif
6- SAME LOVE- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Mary Lambert (29,388)
7- WHAT I MIGHT DO- Ben Pearce (29,243)
8- WAKE ME UP- Avicii (28,852)
10- BURN- Ellie Goulding (25,003)

2009

2- SEXY CHICK- David Guetta Ft Akon (39,531)
3- EMPIRE STATE OF MIND- Jay Z Ft Alicia Keys (35,779)
4- SHE WOLF- Shakira (28,083)
5- RUN THIS TOWN- Jay Z Ft Kanye West & Rihanna (26,850)
6- I GOTTA FEELING- Black Eyed Peas (26,388) wub.gif
7- BOYS AND GIRLS- Pixie Lott (24,229)
8- CELEBRATION- Madonna (21,620)

2004

1- CALL ON ME- Eric Prydz (46,370) wub.gif
2- LOVE MACHINE- Girls Aloud (21,500) heart.gif
4- LEAVE (GET OUT)- Jojo (15,300)*
5- AMERICAN IDIOT- Green Day (13,900)* heart.gif
7- BABYCAKES- 3 Of A Kind (12,100)*
10- THESE WORDS- Natasha Bedingfield (9,700)*

1999

1- BLUE (DA BA DEE)- Eiffel 65 (164,500)
3- MAN I FEEL LIKE A WOMAN- Shania Twain (80,000)
4- MAMBO NO 5 (A LITTLE BIT OF...)- Lou Bega (70,000)*
5- (YOU DRIVE ME) CRAZY- Britney Spears (63,000)
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:29 PM
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What were the new entries on the retros?
I just think there was a lot I liked

Anyway I'll be here for the first half an hour before I miss the rest of the chart again sad.gif
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:32 PM
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It will be Nicki's first number one in UK, Ariana's second, and Jessie's third. cheer.gif
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So Gezza you think both Streisand and Cohen will beat Aphex Twin?

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post Sep 28 2014, 02:43 PM
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QUOTE(EyreHead @ Sep 28 2014, 03:32 PM) *
It will be Nicki's first number one in UK, Ariana's second, and Jessie's third. cheer.gif


' sad.gif ' would be a more appropriate emoticon here


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post Sep 28 2014, 02:43 PM
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So if Jessie J & Co are #1, it be the 30th #1 this year, which actually beats the total of Number Ones for 2013 (29 in total) ohmy.gif
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE(Chez Wombat @ Sep 28 2014, 03:43 PM) *
' sad.gif ' would be a more appropriate emoticon here


Excuse me? It's about time Queen Nicki got a #1 here. "Starships" was robbed.
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE(SKOB @ Sep 28 2014, 03:37 PM) *
So Gezza you think both Streisand and Cohen will beat Aphex Twin?


Aphex Twin had already dropped to #5 by the Friday mids, I think he'll probably end up #7 at best (Ed Sheeran and George Ezra will overtake and possibly also The Script). It should still be guaranteed top 10 though which will be a first for him.

Not only will this be Nicki's first UK #1, it'll be only her 3rd #1 anywhere in the world (well, out of the charts on acharts.us anyway), after 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' reaching #1 in Canada and Finland. Very odd considering how prominent she's been for years.
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:46 PM
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QUOTE(▬Mart!n▬ @ Sep 28 2014, 04:43 PM) *
So if Jessie J & Co are #1, it be the 30th #1 this year, which actually beats the total of Number Ones for 2013 (29 in total) ohmy.gif

Who wold've thought this... streaming slowed down the chart a lot, but it looks like not the ever changing number 1s this year laugh.gif
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QUOTE(Chez Wombat @ Sep 28 2014, 02:43 PM) *
' sad.gif ' would be a more appropriate emoticon here


Why? It's a decent song, it deserves to be number one in my opinion. unsure.gif
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post Sep 28 2014, 02:48 PM
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Missed the top 40?

Lenny Kravitz
The Chamber
Strut | 2014



Format: download only track
Label: Roxie Records


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Biography
Leonard Albert "Lenny" Kravitz (born May 26, 1964) is an American rock singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actor and arranger, whose "retro" style incorporates elements of rock, soul, R&B, funk, reggae, hard rock, psychedelic, folk and ballads. In addition to singing lead and backing vocals, Kravitz often played all the guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and percussion himself when recording. He is known for his elaborate stage performances and music videos.

He won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four years in a row from 1999 to 2002, breaking the record for most wins in that category as well as setting the record for most consecutive wins in one category by a male. He has been nominated for and won other awards, including American Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Radio Music Awards, BRIT Awards and Blockbuster Entertainment Awards. On December 1, 2011, Kravitz was made an Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. He plays the role of Cinna in the Hunger Games film series.
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Chart history (Year peak title):

1990 58 Mr Cabdriver -1-
1990 39 Let Love Rule -2-
1991 41 Always On The Run -1-
1991 11 It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over -2-
1991 55 Stand By My Woman -3-
1993 04 Are You Gonna Go My Way -1-
1993 30 Believe -2-
1993 20 Heaven Help -3-
1993 52 Is There Any Love In Your Heart -4-
1995 22 Rock And Roll Is Dead -1-
1995 54 Circus -2-
1996 54 Can't Get You Off My Mind -3-
1998 48 If You Can't Say No -1-
1998 75 I Belong To You -2-
1999 01 Fly Away -3-
2002 44 Stillness Of Heart -1-
2004 35 Show Me Your Soul (Lenny Kravitz, P. Diddy, Loon & Pharrell Williams) -OST-
2004 62 California -1-
2012 49 Superlove (Avicii Vs. Lenny Kravitz) -1-
2014 xx The Chamber -1-
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Missed the top 40?

Redlight
9TS (90s Baby)
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Release date: 21-09-2014
Format: digital single
Label: Polydor


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Biography
With an eclectic style that encompassed everything from lush house and two-step garage to dubstep and minimal techno, Bristol-born DJ and producer Hugh Pescod became a potent force in the U.K. charts in the early 2010s. Raised on the thriving '90s Bristol electronic scene, Pescod started out in music under the alias DJ Clipz, recording a slew of well-received drum'n'bass singles and founding the Audio Zoo label. After ten years in the d'n'b game, he decided it was time for a change and set up the Redlight alias to explore other styles with which he had experimented in the studio throughout the years, determining simply to make music that he liked with no commercial pressures or expectations.

Deliberately attempting to avoid being pigeonholed, he set out to make no two tracks in the same style, which initially confused audiences but earned him plaudits from fans of many different genres, as did his penchant for collaborating with a wide variety of guest vocalists. Debuting with the Lobster Boy EP in 2009, he first began to receive mainstream attention with his electro-themed 2010 single "What You Talking About?" featuring Ms. Dynamite. Signing to Universal in 2012, his first taste of chart success came with the garagey track "Get Out My Head," which entered the U.K. charts at number 18. Its follow-up, the '90s throwback "Lost in Your Love," was an even bigger hit, going to number five. He spent most of 2013 DJing, recording, and playing live, releasing only one single, "Switch It Off," that year. Early 2014 saw the release of the 36 EP, which true to form featured a variety of styles; the title track, featuring Lotti, was a lush house number, while "Get Money" featured Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon rapping over a minimal techno track that could have come straight from Richie Hawtin's Minus stable.
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Chart history (Year peak title):

2012 18 Get Out My Head -NAS-
2012 05 Lost In Your Love -NAS-
2014 xx 9TS (90s Baby) -NAS-


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QUOTE({ bré } @ Sep 28 2014, 03:46 PM) *
Aphex Twin had already dropped to #5 by the Friday mids, I think he'll probably end up #7 at best (Ed Sheeran and George Ezra will overtake and possibly also The Script). It should still be guaranteed top 10 though which will be a first for him.

Not only will this be Nicki's first UK #1, it'll be only her 3rd #1 anywhere in the world (well, out of the charts on acharts.us anyway), after 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' reaching #1 in Canada and Finland. Very odd considering how prominent she's been for years.


Oh, totally missed Friday mids biggrin.gif

Huge sales (on today's standard) in top 7 then.
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41 arrow down.gif 40 06

Katy Perry
This Is How We Do
PRISM | 2013



Chart Run: 58-38-33-37-40-41

Release date: 25-08-2014
Format: digital single
Label: Capitol Records

Sales: 60k+


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1 This Is How We Do (feat. Riff Raff)

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A former Christian artist, Katy Perry rebranded herself as a larger-than-life pop star and rose to prominence during the summer of 2008. Before she topped the charts with songs like "I Kissed a Girl" and "California Gurls," though, she spent the better part of a decade recording music under a different name. Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson (or Katy Hudson, as she billed herself on her 2001 gospel album) was born on October 25, 1984, in Santa Barbara, California. Raised in a religious household as the daughter of two pastors, she was forbidden to listen to secular bands as a child, although a childhood slumber party introduced her to the music of Alanis Morissette and Freddie Mercury. Religious music remained at the forefront, however, and Katy released a self-titled Christian album in 2001 under her original name. She would later abandon the genre (and her given surname) in favor of a pop career.

At age 17, she began working with hitmaker Glen Ballard, who had produced and co-written Alanis Morissette's chart-topping Jagged Little Pill in 1995. Several years later, she teamed up with the Matrix, a Grammy-nominated production/songwriting team whose résumé included collaborations with Avril Lavigne, Shakira, and Korn. Tired of producing music for other artists, the Matrix had plans to record an album of their own, with Perry serving as one of the group's two singers. The project was ultimately shelved, but not before Perry appeared in a 2004 write-up by Blender magazine, who hailed her as "the Next Big Thing!"

With the Matrix's unreleased album sitting in the vaults at Sony Records, Perry went back to the drawing board and began working on a solo album for Columbia. The project was eventually canceled, although two of its songs were later given to Kelly Clarkson, who scored a Top 40 hit with "I Do Not Hook Up" several years later. Perry (who, by this point, had shed her original surname due to its similarity to actress Kate Hudson) then signed with Capitol, who encouraged their new client to write her own music and helped establish her image as a boisterous, tongue-in-cheek pop star. Perry's debut single, "UR So Gay," generated a small buzz with its mischievous lyrics and clever music video, but it was "I Kissed a Girl" that proved to be her breakthrough hit, topping the charts in 20 countries and pushing its accompanying album, 2008's One of the Boys, into the Top Ten in America. Perry supported her debut by joining the Warped Tour that summer, where she toured alongside her boyfriend at the time, Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes. Meanwhile, "Hot N Cold" became her second multi-platinum hit, "Thinking of You" (one of the album's three songs written solely by Perry) cracked the Top 40, and "Waking Up in Vegas" cracked the Top Ten.

Such success meant that Katy Perry had officially become one of the industry's biggest pop stars, celebrated as much for her outsized behavior and outrageous fashion choices as the music itself. She continued touring through the summer of 2009 (albeit without McCoy, whose boyfriend status had been revoked earlier that year) and found time to tape an installment of MTV Unplugged, which was released in November. Meanwhile, she worked on a new album and started up a whirlwind romance with comedian Russell Brand, eventually becoming his fiancé. Recording sessions for her album wrapped up in early 2010, and Perry scored her second number one single with "California Gurls," which was released that May. The accompanying album, Teenage Dream, followed in August. The album would be reissued in 2012 as Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection, with the bonus track "Wide Awake" earning Perry a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance.
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Chart history (Year peak title):

2008 01 I Kissed A Girl -1-
2008 04 Hot N Cold -2-
2009 27 Thinking Of You -3-
2009 19 Waking Up In Vegas -4-
2009 03 Starstrukk (3OH!3 Feat. Katy Perry)
2010 03 If We Ever Meet Again (Timbaland Feat. Katy Perry)
2010 01 California Gurls (Katy Perry Feat. Snoop Dogg) -1-
2010 02 Teenage Dream -2-
2010 03 Firework -3- MILLION SELLER
2011 03 E.T. (Katy Perry Feat. Kanye West) -4-
2011 09 Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) -5-
2011 18 The One That Got Away -6-
2012 01 Part Of Me -7-
2012 09 Wide Awake -8-
2013 01 Roar -1-
2013 04 Dark Horse (Katy Perry Feat. Juicy J) -IG1/3-
2013 25 Unconditionally -2-
2014 22 Birthday -4-
2014 33 This Is How We Do -5-


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I love this is how we do. Shame it's out of the top 40
However walking on air or by the grace of god should have been a single
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#40 to #41, getting both ends of the stick biggrin.gif (ignoring that #41 basically gets played always now)
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