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post Jul 26 2018, 08:07 PM
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Friday 27th July 2018

Last week's top 5:

Singles
01 04 02 Drake ~ In My Feelings
02 02 17 George Ezra ~ Shotgun
03 03 09 Clean Bandit ~ Solo (feat. Demi Lovato)
04 NE 01 Ariana Grande ~ God Is A Woman
05 05 03 Drake ~ Don't Matter To Me (feat. Michael Jackson)

Albums
01 01 03 Drake ~ Scorpion
02 RE 09 The Vamps ~ Night and Day
03 02 30 Motion Picture Cast Recording ~ The Greatest Showman
04 NE 01 Motion Picture Cast Recording ~ Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
05 04 17 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's

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Drake should hold the top spot



George Ezra and Jonas Blue Featuring Jack & Jack should complete the top 3



New entries may come from Loud Luxury Featuring Brando and The 1975 among others

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Will it be an ABBA Summer? The soundtrack to "Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again" might be No 1 today



Drake and The Greatest Showman are hoping to complete the top 3.

Have a chat and enjoy the chart as it unfolds here between 4 and 5.45 biggrin.gif

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post Jul 26 2018, 08:08 PM
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Retro Top 10 - 27th July

2017



1- DESPACITO (REMIX)- Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Bryson Tiller (52,387)
2- WILD THOUGHTS- DJ Khaled Featuring Rihanna & Bryson Tiller (44,810)
3- UNFORGETTABLE- French Montana Featuring Swae Lee (40,575)
4- FEELS- Calvin Harris Featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean (40,427)
5- MAMA- Jonas Blue Featuring William Singe (33,248)
6- POWER- Little Mix Featuring Stormzy (31,955)
7- YOUR SONG- Rita Ora (31,089)
8- PRETTY GIRL- Maggie Lindemann (27,176)
9- CAME HERE FOR LOVE- Sigala Featuring Ella Eyre (26,515)
10- SUN COMES UP- Rudimental Featuring James Arthur (24,818)


2013



1- WAKE ME UP- Avicii (154,525)
2- BEST SONG EVER- One Direction (75,474)
3- BLURRED LINES- Robin Thicke Featuring TI & Pharrell (64,868)
4- LOVE ME AGAIN- John Newman (63,533)
5- I LOVE IT- Icona Pop Featuring Charlie XCX (46,635)
6- LA LA LA- Naughty Boy Featuring Sam Smith (42,556)
7- LET HER GO- Passenger (38,479)
8- BANG BANG- Will.i.am (34,103)
9- GET LUCKY- Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell (29,120)
10- COME AND GET IT- Selena Gomez (26,594)


2008



1- DANCE WIV ME- Dizzee Rascal Ft Calvin Harris (38,275)
2- ALL SUMMER LONG- Kid Rock (34,501)
3- NO AIR- Jordin Sparks Ft Chris Brown (24,080)
4- CLOSER- Ne-Yo (20,900)
5- ALL I EVER WANTED- Basshunter (20,300)
6- SHUT UP AND LET ME GO- Ting Tings (16,617)
7- SWEET ABOUT ME- Gabriella Cilmi (16,338)
8- STAY WITH ME- Ironik (15,763)
9- TAKE A BOW- Rihanna (13,300)
10- GIVE IT 2 ME- Madonna (13,100)



2003



1- NEVER GONNA LEAVE YOUR SIDE- Daniel Bedingfield (36,400)
2- CRAZY IN LOVE- Beyonce (29,500)
3- MAYBE TOMORROW- Stereophonics (23,000)*
4- SATISFACTION- Benny Benassi (21,000)*
5- BRING ME TO LIFE- Evanescence (14,000)*
6- NO LETTING GO- Wayne Wonder (14,000)*
7- DEEPEST BLUE- Deepeest Blue (13,000)*
8- FLY ON THE WINGS OF LOVE- XTM & DJ Chucky (12,000)*
9- GIVE ME A REASON- Triple Eight (12,000)*
10- FEEL GOOD TIME- Pink Ft William Orbit (11,000)*


1998



1- VIVA FOREVER- Spice Girls (277,911)
2- JUST THE TWO OF US- Will Smith (76,000)
3- GHETTO SUPASTAR- Pras Michel/ ODB/ Mya (53,000)*
4- FREAK ME- Another level (53,000)*
5- DEEPER UNDERGROUND- Jamiroquai (48,000)*
6- MY OH MY- Aqua (46,000)*
7- LIFE IS A FLOWER- Ace Of Base (45,000)*
8- SAVE TONIGHT- Eagle Eye Cherry (42,000)*
9- C’EST LA VIE- B*Witched (39,000)*
10- BECAUSE WE WANT TO- Billie (29,000)*



Sales courtesy of MW. *denotes an estimate- thanks to Gezza
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KEY
Movement | This Week | Last Week | Total Weeks | Artist | Title






01 03 12 George Ezra - Shotgun
02 18 03 Drake - In My Feelings
03 04 09 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato - Solo
04 07 08 Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack - Rise
05 06 07 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B - Girls Like You





01 03 03 Drake - In My Feelings
02 02 17 George Ezra - Shotgun
03 04 03 Drake feat. Michael Jackson - Don't Matter To Me
04 06 09 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato - Solo
05 05 15 Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa - One Kiss





01 03 07 Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B - Girls Like You
02 02 07 George Ezra - Shotgun
03 07 13 Anne-Marie - 2002
04 NE 01 Ariana Grande - God is a woman
05 06 08 Clean Bandit feat. Demi Lovato - Solo
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:08 PM
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Afternoon everyone biggrin.gif As always, NO SPOILERS PLEASE!

And a note after yesterday's Spotify debacle - we know that a certain controversial figure may be charting today. You're welcome to post your opinion but please let's keep it above board (and on the right side of the law mellow.gif)
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:10 PM
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As if it’s been 20 years since Billie Piper was in the Top 10 with Because We Want To *.*
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:15 PM
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Hello everyone hi.gif Looking forward to hopefully hearing The 1975's new one today as it's very good. I would also love to see 5SOS in the top 5!
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:18 PM
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Looking forward to hearing Loud Luxury & (hopefully) PATD today.

I've liked a few of 6ix9ine's past songs (KEKE, Billy) but this one sounded awful when I heard it earlier in the week.
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:19 PM
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Will be tuning in for the whole show for the first time in a few weeks. Therefore I expect there to be basically nothing interesting happening this week and for Radio 1 to skip all the songs I want to hear magic.gif
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:26 PM
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QUOTE(Bré @ Jul 27 2018, 03:19 PM) *
Will be tuning in for the whole show for the first time in a few weeks. Therefore I expect there to be basically nothing interesting happening this week and for Radio 1 to skip all the songs I want to hear magic.gif

Same here, since the start of the World Cup I think!

Might actually be a refreshing listen to be fair.
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QUOTE(Dobbo @ Jul 27 2018, 03:18 PM) *
I've liked a few of 6ix9ine's past songs (KEKE, Billy) but this one sounded awful when I heard it earlier in the week.


Likewise, for my sins I have quite liked a few of his other songs ('TATI' in particular is a pretty addictive song lol) but this one is just boring more than anything else, take away the screaming gimmick and the 'licky on my blicky' and what's the point of it even being a 6ix9ine song? That's the only thing that makes his music stand out in any way.

99.99% sure R1 will just briefly acknowledge it's in the chart and then not play it anyway. (The other 0.01% is that they don't mention it at all).
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:29 PM
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Missed the top 40 this week?

Zedd & Elley Duhé
Happy Now
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4th Single
Released: 18th July 2018
Label: Interscope Records

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Biography

Zedd
Born Anton Zaslavski in southwest Germany, Grammy-winning electronic producer Zedd broke onto the European dance scene in 2010 with a remix of Skrillex's "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites." Though known for his glitch, pulsing production, Zedd's musical journey began in the acoustic realm. Raised in a musical family, the future producer cut his teeth on the piano at four years old and eventually moved on to drums and played in a rock band before being drawn into the digital world in 2009. Zedd built a name for himself with his remixes of artists like Lady Gaga, B.o.B, and Armand Van Helden while also releasing his own singles and EPs.

In late 2012, the young producer delivered his first full-length, the club-worthy Clarity, whose lead single, "Spectrum," shot to the top of the U.S. dance chart. One of the follow-ups, "Stay the Night," featuring Hayley Williams, reached number two on the British pop charts. The title track, featuring British pop singer Foxes on vocals, won a Grammy for Best Dance Recording in 2014. That same year, Zedd scored another hit with Ariana Grande's track "Break Free."

In 2015 he released his sophomore LP, True Colors, which presented more diversity with genres like rock and rap as influences. The collection featured Selena Gomez, Troye Sivan, and Logic among its guests, and topped the Billboard dance/electronic chart. An international tour in support of the album followed. In 2017, he issued the single "Stay," featuring Canadian singer Alessia Cara on vocals. The following year, he paired with country sensation Maren Morris for the single "The Middle," which topped Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.
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Elley Duhé
Singer Elley Duhé is an emotive performer with a cherubically resonant voice she applies to her atmospheric, electronic-based pop. Born in 1992 near Mobile, Alabama, Duhé began singing at a young age and by her teens was writing and performing her own songs. In 2012, she auditioned for, but did not advance on, NBC's The Voice. Undeterred, she continued developing her sound and eventually relocated to Los Angeles. In 2016, she released the moody, yearning single "Immortal." Also that year, she paired with electronic producer Tarro for the track, "Millennium," which became a viral hit, notching over one million streams on Spotify and YouTube. In 2017, Duhé worked with producers ILLA and Cool & Dre on her follow-up single, "Fly." The bright, poppy single "Can You Touch" appeared in January 2018. - iTunes

Top 100 Chart History

Zedd
2013 27 Clarity (Zedd feat. Foxes) -1-
2014 02 Stay The Night (Zedd feat. Hayley Williams) -2-
2014 16 Break Free (Ariana Grande feat. Zedd)
2015 14 I Want You To Know (Zedd feat. Selena Gomez) -1-
2016 78 True Colors (Zedd & Kesha) -2-
2016 05 Starving (Hailee Steinfeld & Grey feat. Zedd)
2017 08 Stay (Zedd & Alessia Cara) -1-
2017 26 Get Low (Zedd & Liam Payne) -2-
2018 07 The Middle (Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey) -3-
2018 xx Happy Now (Zedd & Elley Duhé) -4-

Elley Duhé
2018 xx Happy Now (Zedd & Elley Duhé)


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Missed the top 40 this week?

Chance The Rapper
I Might Need Security
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Non-Album Single
Released: 19th July 2018
Label: Chance the Rapper

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Chancelor Jonathan Bennett (born April 16, 1993), known professionally as Chance the Rapper, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and philanthropist from the West Chatham neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. In 2013, he began to gain recognition following the release of his second mixtape, Acid Rap. Apart from his solo career, he is a member of the Chicago collective SaveMoney (along with frequent collaborator Vic Mensa). He has worked as the lead vocalist for the band The Social Experiment; they released the album Surf in May 2015.

In May 2016, Bennett released his third mixtape Coloring Book to critical acclaim. It earned him three Grammy Awards, including Best Rap Album. Coloring Book became the first streaming-only album to receive a nomination for, and win, a Grammy.
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Top 100 Chart History

2013 33 Confident (Justin Bieber feat. Chance The Rapper)
2015 05 All My Friends (Snakehips feat. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper)
2017 01 I'm The One (DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne) MILLIONAIRE
2018 xx I Might Need Security -NAS-


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'Viva Forever' is my favourite Spice Girls single. I still love the song.

Incidentally, looking at the chart from this week in July 2003 the OCC began to collect download sales data though no proper test charts were compiled until May 2004 (not long after iTunes started). The biggest selling download this week in July 2003 was 'Stockholm Syndrome' by Muse. As the track was only available as a paid download and wasn't given a physical release it never charted. Had downloads been eligible back then the track would have been inside the top 20 of the chart posted above as its first week sales were close to 10,000. Showing how few commercial download sites there were back then the track was only available to buy from a handful of websites including Muses's own website, nme.com and Dotmusic. It cost £1.50 to buy via SMS or 99p if paying by credit card. The track could only be burned to a CD only once and the artwork was only available in a Windows Media format. I believe it was the biggest selling download until about mid 2004.
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That song deserves to be another top 10 for Zedd!
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post Jul 27 2018, 02:32 PM
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QUOTE(Robbie @ Jul 27 2018, 03:31 PM) *
Incidentally, looking at the chart from this week in July 2003 the OCC began to collect download sales data though no proper test charts were compiled until May 2004 (not long after iTunes started). The biggest selling download this week in July 2003 was 'Stockholm Syndrome' by Muse. As the track was only available as a paid download and wasn't given a physical release it never charted. Had downloads been eligible back then the track would have been inside the top 20 of the chart posted above as its first week sales were close to 10,000. Showing how few commercial download sites there were back then the track was only available to buy from a handful of websites including Muses's own website, nme.com and Dotmusic. It cost £1.50 to buy via SMS or 99p if paying by credit card. The track could only be burned to a CD only once and the artwork was only available in a Windows Media format. I believe it was the biggest selling download until about mid 2004.

Interesting, I didn't know that!

Is there a list of download 'number 1s' from before the chart became official? Or even better, a list of actual charts?
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QUOTE(Robbie @ Jul 27 2018, 03:31 PM) *
Incidentally, looking at the chart from this week in July 2003 the OCC began to collect download sales data though no proper test charts were compiled until May 2004 (not long after iTunes started). The biggest selling download this week in July 2003 was 'Stockholm Syndrome' by Muse. As the track was only available as a paid download and wasn't given a physical release it never charted. Had downloads been eligible back then the track would have been inside the top 20 of the chart posted above as its first week sales were close to 10,000. Showing how few commercial download sites there were back then the track was only available to buy from a handful of websites including Muses's own website, nme.com and Dotmusic. It cost £1.50 to buy via SMS or 99p if paying by credit card. The track could only be burned to a CD only once and the artwork was only available in a Windows Media format. I believe it was the biggest selling download until about mid 2004.


That's fascinating! Muse were robbed there.
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I did take a listen to 'Fefe' out of curiosity and yeah it's just... boring and without any proper hook. His singing(?) voice is as just bad as his shouting voice. Baffling that it's set to be an instant top 40 hit really when all his previous singles either just scraped or missed the top 100.

Hopefully Panic and The 1975 can chart just for the sake of some variety in the top 40, and Loud Luxury should hopefully be top 30 (good to see that actually becoming a proper hit now).

Would be nice to see B Young and Rudimental make it in too, though Benny Blanco could replace one of those. Either way, quite a lot of new entries by today's standards which is great to see!
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QUOTE(Midge @ Jul 27 2018, 03:32 PM) *
Interesting, I didn't know that!

Is there a list of download 'number 1s' from before the chart became official? Or even better, a list of actual charts?
There should be a list of number 1s from the test charts which were compiled from 26 June 2004 to 28 August 2004 posted here at BuzzJack. I can't remember if the actual test charts (a top 20 if I recall) were posted in there. Music Week published the charts but my paper copies of the magazine from back then are in my attic! But the number 1s from the test charts were:

1 26-Jun 1 Pixies - Bam Thwok
2 03-Jul 1 Maroon 5 - This Love
3 10-Jul 5 Streets - Dry Your Eyes
4 14-Aug 3 Shapeshifters - Lola's Theme

The first official download number 1, on the chart dated 4 September 2004, was 'Flying Without Wings (Live)' by Westlife...

Edit: I've just remembered, those test charts weren't posted here at BuzzJack but at the board that existed before this one (and whose name I've forgotten). That site bit the dust many years ago.


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Thanks Robbie - that's interesting. "Lola's Theme" the most downloaded then a few weeks after the CD single was actually released.
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Time to wheel out my factoid that the first ever proper commercial download music release was The Shamen's “Destination Eschaton” which was released in advance as MP3 format, before its physical release!

Of course not many people had the internet back then, nevermind a connection speed that would allow you to download it particularly quickly.
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