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Dasher
post Dec 22 2015, 11:07 PM
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Friday 25th December 2015

Last weeks top 5 singles and albums:

Singles:

01 01 05 Justin Bieber ~ Love Yourself
02 02 08 Justin Bieber ~ Sorry
03 04 08 Adele ~ Hello
04 05 04 Grace Feat. G-Eazy ~ You Don't Own Me
05 06 16 Justin Bieber ~ What Do You Mean?

Albums:

01 01 04 Adele ~ 25
02 03 07 Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ If I Can Dream
03 02 02 Coldplay ~ A Head Full Of Dreams
04 04 05 Justin Bieber ~ Purpose
05 05 17 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh

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SINGLES:



So who will be crowned the Christmas No 1 for 2015? Justin Bieber or The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir?



Justin Bieber should also have another track in the top 3- could he have the top 2?

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ALBUMS:



Over on the album charts Adele should get her 5th straight week at No 1



Elvis and Justin will battle for silver

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 10 and 1 biggrin.gif

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post Dec 22 2015, 11:08 PM
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Retro Top 10 - 25th December

2014



1- UPTOWN FUNK- Mark Ronson Ft Bruno Mars (186,655)
2- SOMETHING I NEED- Ben Haenow (112,335)
3- THNKING OUT LOUD- Ed Sheeran (80,909)
4- BLANK SPACE- Taylor Swift (62,749)
5- UP- Olly Murs Ft Demi Lovato (56,595)
6- HEROES (WE COULD BE)- Alesso Ft Tove Lo (49,835)
7- ALL ABOUT THAT BASS- Meghan Trainor (47,027)
8- THESE DAYS- Take That (44,899)
9- WRAPPED UP- Olly Murs Ft Travie McCoy (41,552)
10- OUTSIDE- Calvin Harris Ft Ellie Goulding (38,297)


2010



1- WHEN WE COLLIDE- Matt Cardle (262,953)
2- WHATíS MY NAME- Rihanna Ft Drake (91,349)
3- THE TIME (DIRTY BIT)- Black Eyed Peas (63,422)
4- LIGHTS ON- Katy B Ft Ms Dynamite (57,983)
5- YOUR SONG- Ellie Goulding (55,668)
6- ONLY GIRL (IN THE WORLD)- Rihanna (48,509)
7- THE FLOOD- Take That (47,856)
8- FIREWORK- Katy Perry (43,429)
9- WHIP MY HAIR- Willow Smith (39,669)
10- LIKE A G6- Far East Movement Ft Cataracts & Dev (38,329)


2005



1- THATíS MY GOAL- Shayne Ward (742,180)
2- JCB SONG- Nizlopi (159,815)
3- FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK- Pogues Ft Kirsty McColl (54,000)*
4- WHEN YOU TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME- Westlife Ft Diana Ross (38,100)*
5- WHEN IíM GONE- Eminem (33,900)*
6- JINGLE BELLS/ U CANíT TOUCH THIS- Crazy Frog (29,600)*
7- STICKWITU- Pussycat Dolls (29,100)*
8- HUNG UP- Madonna (24,900)*
9- SEE THE DAY- Girls Aloud (22,800)*
10- TALK- Coldplay (19,846)



2000



1- CAN WE FIX IT- Bob The Builder (359,639)
2- WHAT MAKES A MAN- Westlife (230,000)
3- STAN- Eminem (133,000)*
4- NEVER HAD A DREAM COME TRUE- S Club 7 (114,000)*
5- WHO LET THE DOGS OUT- Ba-Ha Men (87,000)*
6- NO GOOD 4 ME- Oxide & Neutrino (59,000)*
7- CANíT FIGHT THE MOONLIGHT- LeAnn Rimes (54,000)*
8- NUMBER ONE- Tweenies (46,000)*
9- INDEPENDENT WOMEN PART ONE- Destinyís Child (46,000)*
10- SUPREME- Robbie Williams (46,000)



1995



1- EARTHSONG- Michael Jackson (261,000)
2- WONDERWALL- Mike Flowers Pops (186,000)
3- FATHER AND SON- Boyzone (165,000)
4- ITíS OH SO QUIET- Bjork (94,000)
5- MISSING- Everything But The Girl (74,000)
6- GANGSTAíS PARADISE- Coolio Ft LV (70,000)
7- WONDERWALL- Oasis (69,000)
8- FREE AS A BIRD- The Beatles (59,000)
9- I BELIEVE/ UP ON THE ROOF- Robson & Jerome (59,000)
10- I AM BLESSED- Eternal (47,000)


Retro sales courtesy of MW*denotes an estimate thanks to Gezza
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post Dec 24 2015, 04:24 PM
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KEY
Movement | This Week | Last Week | Total Weeks | Artist | Title






01 01 05 Justin Bieber - Love Yourself
02 NE 01 Louisa Johnson - Forever Young
03 03 04 Grace feat. G-Eazy - You Don't Own Me
04 05 08 Adele - Hello
05 04 08 Justin Bieber - Sorry





01 01 05 Justin Bieber - Love Yourself
02 02 08 Justin Bieber - Sorry
03 03 16 Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean?
04 04 08 Adele - Hello
05 05 14 MNEK & Zara Larsson - Never Forget You





01 NE 01 Louisa Johnson - Forever Young
02 RE 09 Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - The Dying of the Light
03 01 08 Sam Smith - Writing's On The Wall
04 NE 01 New Order - Tutti Frutti
05 NE 01 Rumer - Love is the Answer
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:28 AM
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Merry Christmas everyone, 10am start today cheer.gif
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:29 AM
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Merry Christmas everyone! Not sure what the turnout today will be like but the Buzzjack thread should run as normal biggrin.gif As with every week, NO SPOILERS please!! Especially with such a tight battle for #1.
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:35 AM
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Merry Christmas everyone! Unusual timing for the chart but at least it looks like we get 40 plays in a 3 hours show smile.gif cheer.gif
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:36 AM
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I'll be here on n off. Looking forward to hearing Shaky, Wizzard and Shawn Mendes all in full today biggrin.gif
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:36 AM
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Merry Xmas y'all, lemme listen my FIRST EVER Friday chart show biggrin.gif


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post Dec 25 2015, 09:39 AM
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Will be here for the most part for once biggrin.gif

Huge yes to a full show too, I wanna hear at least 6 Christmas songs.
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:45 AM
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Be here from about 12 I assume.
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:47 AM
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:48 AM
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Chart starts at 11am 10-11 is Xmas number ones from 2000 according to Scott Mills
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:50 AM
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QUOTE(ade2 @ Dec 25 2015, 09:48 PM) *
Chart starts at 11am 10-11 is Xmas number ones from 2000 according to Scott Mills


So basically all the X Factor winning songs then laugh.gif excellent!
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Probably going to miss quite a lot mad.gif but I'll try to be here as much as possible.
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post Dec 25 2015, 09:55 AM
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Missed the top 40 this week?

Lethal Bizzle
Going To The Gym
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Chart Run: -

Release date: 18-12-2015
Format: digital single
Label: Stay Dench Records

Chart sales: -

Sales only chart peak: -
Streaming only chart peak: -


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Biography
British MC Lethal Bizzle's explicit lyrics of violence and street tales of East London drew reaction and controversy but also gave him immense popularity among followers of garage and grime in the 2000s. Attracted to the intense energy of raves at a young age, Lethal B (born Maxwell Ansah) loved the speed of drum'n'bass. Artists like Roni Size and Shy FX first inspired him to do music, but early-'90s New York hip-hop also spoke to him -- particularly the street lyricism of Nas and the Notorious B.I.G. and the hardcore dynamism of the Wu-Tang Clan. Success from roaming London's pirate radio scene prompted him to leave college and join the More Fire Crew with associates Ozzie B and Neeko. The threesome's first single, "Oi!," was a Top Ten hit in the U.K., but the label dropped them soon after in 2002, due to lacking album sales. Although it took a few years, Bizzle got back on his feet, forming his own Lethal Bizzle Records imprint in 2004. At the end of the year, he released the comeback single "Pow! (Forward)," also known as "Forward Riddim." Produced by Dexplicit, it entered at 11 on the U.K. pop charts and earned him a MOBO award for Best Single (he was also nominated for Best Newcomer). The song, however, ended up being banned by many major radio outlets and clubs, where some patrons had broke out into fistfights during its playing. Bizzle's next set of singles, including "Uh Oh! (I'm Back)," also made it onto the U.K. charts and paved the way for his solo debut, Against All Oddz, released in mid-2005. Becoming one of the U.K.'s most popular underground artists, Bizzle took some of the brunt of growing backlash against grime music originating from some press and political pundits. He particularly was engaged in a verbal war with Conservative Party leader and MP David Cameron in 2006. Nevertheless, the rising grime MC was not phased. He simultaneously prepared two albums for 2007: his second LP, Back to Bizznizz, and the debut of his new duo, Fire Camp, with old partner Ozzie B. - iTunes

Chart history - Top 100 (Year peak title):

2005 11 Pow! (Forward) -NAS-
2005 47 Uh Oh! (I'm Back) -1-
2005 34 Fire -2-
2005 23 What We Do (Kray Twinz Feat. Twista, Lethal B & Gappy Ranks) -3-
2007 99 Bizzle Bizzle -1-
2007 37 Police On My Back -2-
2007 31 Staring At The Rude Bois (Gallows Feat. Lethal Bizzle)
2009 79 Go Hard (Lethal Bizzle Feat. Donae'o) -1-
2011 33 POW 2011 (Lethal Bizzle Feat. JME, Wiley, Chipmunk, Face, P Money, Ghetts & Kano) -1-
2011 73 Mind Spinning -NAS-
2012 20 Not A Saint (Vato Gonzalez Vs. Lethal Bizzle & Donae'o)
2013 74 They Got It Wrong (Lethal Bizzle Feat. Wiley) -NAS-
2013 29 Party Right (Lethal Bizzle Feat. Ruby Goe) -NAS-
2014 20 The Drop (Lethal Bizzle Feat. Cherri Voncelle) -NAS-
2014 11 RariWorkOut (Lethal Bizzle Feat. JME & Tempa T) -NAS-
2015 67 Flutes (New World Sound & Thomas Newson Feat. Lethal Bizzle)
2015 11 Fester Skank (Lethal Bizzle Feat. Diztortion) -NAS-
2015 49 Dude (Lethal Bizzle & Stormzy) -NAS-
2015 xx Going To The Gym -NAS-
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Missed the top 40 this week?

John Williams
Main Title And The Attack On The Jakku Village
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (OST) | 2015



Chart Run: -

Release date: 18-12-2015
Format: digital single
Label: Lucasfilm

Chart sales: -

Sales only chart peak: -
Streaming only chart peak: -


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The most popular film composer of the modern era, John Williams created music for some of the most successful motion pictures in Hollywood history -- Star Wars, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial, and Jurassic Park are just three of the credits in his extensive oeuvre. Born February 8, 1932, in Floral Park, New York, he was the son of a movie studio musician, and he followed in his father's footsteps by studying music at UCLA and Juilliard; initially, he pursued a career as a jazz pianist, later working with Henry Mancini to compose the score for the hit television series Peter Gunn. Williams then went solo to pen a number of TV soundtracks for series including Playhouse 90, Wagon Train, and Bachelor Father; in 1959 he ventured into film with Daddy-O, and spent the majority of the 1960s alternating between the silver screen (The Killers, The Plainsman) and its smaller counterpart (Gilligan's Island, Lost in Space). In 1968 Williams earned his first Academy Award nomination for his work in Valley of the Dolls; in 1970, he garnered nods for both The Reivers and Goodbye, Mr. Chips, and two years later finally won for Fiddler on the Roof. A slew of Oscar nominations followed, for features including The Poseidon Adventure, Images, Tom Sawyer, and The Towering Inferno. In 1974 he first teamed with a young filmmaker named Steven Spielberg on a movie titled The Sugarland Express; the two frequently reteamed over the years to come, with often stunning results -- Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Raiders of the Lost Ark, E.T., Jurassic Park, and Schindler's List were just a few of the Spielberg/Williams pairings, with Jaws, E.T., and Schindler's List all winning the composer Academy Awards. Williams' other most frequent collaborator was George Lucas; beginning with 1977's Star Wars -- yet another Williams Oscar winner -- they later teamed for 1980's The Empire Strikes Back and 1983's Return of the Jedi, with the composer agreeing to score Lucas' Star Wars prequel trilogy as they went into production in 1997, and later the sequel trilogy launched in 2015. In 1980, Williams also took over for the late Arthur Fiedler as the conductor of the Boston Pops, a position he held until 1993. In 2002, the composer celebrated his 30th anniversary of working with Steven Spielberg with the Minority Report soundtrack. Other film scores of note included 1979's Superman, 1987's The Witches of Eastwick, 1988's The Accidental Tourist, 1991's JFK, 1995's Nixon, and the entire Harry Potter film series beginning in 2001. - iTunes

Chart history - Top 100 (Year peak title):

1979 13 Cavatina (Original Soundtrack From 'The Deer Hunter') -OST-
1982 17 Theme From 'ET (The Extra-Terrestrial)' -OST-
1993 45 Theme From Jurassic Park -OST-
2015 xx Main Title And The Attack On The Jakku Village -OST-
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post Dec 25 2015, 10:00 AM
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My goodness, was that Star Wars theme an actual contender for top 40? I can't remember off the top of my head but did a theme chart in 2005 when the last film came out?
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post Dec 25 2015, 10:02 AM
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Christmas #1 of 2000

Bob the Builder
Can We Fix It?


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post Dec 25 2015, 10:03 AM
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Okay guys they're doing all the Christmas #1s from 2000 first. Feel free to stick around for this!
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