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Four weeks at the top for Doja Cat
Doja Cat completes a month at number one Painting The Town Red. Kylie Minogue adds to her tally of number one albums.

Doja Cat still tops the singles chart. Kylie Minogue gets her ninth number one album.

Doja Cat gets a fourth week at the top of the singles chart with Painting The Town Red. Following the release of her album Scarlet she has a new entry at number 29 with Agora Hills which is a good deal better than her awful chart-topper.

Kenya Grace climbs one place to number two with Stranger. Casso, Raye and D-Block Europe are also up one place, to number three, with Prada. Olivia Rodrigo’s Vampire is at number four. Tate McRae’s Greedy climbs three places to number five.

It’s getting to be a bit of a habit for me to remark on unexpected new entries for vintage acts. So far this year we have seen Lylie Minogue (twice) and the Rolling Stones enter the to forty. Now it is the turn of Blink-182 who are at number 28 with One More Time. In their case, a long absence from the chart ended last year when Edging became their first top forty hit since 2005. Nevertheless, it is still a surprise to see them back again.

Blink-182, whose first top forty hit came in 1999, aren’t the only chart veterans with a new entry this week. Tom Odell first entered the top forty in 2010 with Another Love. While that song returned to the chart recently, his last chart appearance with a new song was in 2016 when Magnetised sneaked in at number 40. He has a new entry at number 21 this week with Black Friday. This comes nowhere near challenging The Cure’s Friday I’m In Love as the best Friday song or Lil Dicky’s Freaky Friday as the worst.
Headie One continues his impressively consistent record of releasing rubbish in the form of Triple Threat, a new entry at number 31. The “song” has been recorded with K-Trap - insert your own joke about what happens when he loses a letter from his moniker. The duo are also at number 39 with Park Chinois which is of the same standard.

There is another terrible new entry at number twenty in the form of Nines and GRM Dail’s Daily Duppy which is arguably even worse than its title.

Mitski enters at number 34 with the Lana Del Rey-sounding My Love Mine All Mine. The American singer-songwriter has released seven studio albums, the last two of which reached the top ten in the UK. This is the third single to be released from her latest album and gives her a place in the UK top forty for the first time.

The success of two Kylie Monogue singles this year boded well for the chart prospects of her sixteenth studio album, Tension. Any tension over whether it would indeed top the chart ended on Monday when the first update showed her (Ramsey) streets ahead of the competition. It is her ninth number one album in the UK including two Greatest Hits collections. Taylor Swift and Madonna are the only female solo artists to have had more number one albums; no Australian can match her total.

Olivia Rodrigo’s Guts is still at number two. As recorded above Headie One and K-Trap have a new entry in the singles chart. It comes from a whole album of, presumably, equally awful stuff. Strength To Strength enters at number three. The Weeknd’s Highlights collection keeps its customary top five place, this week at number four.

With a big number one single to her name, Doja Cat might have been expected at least to mount some sort of challenge at the top of the albums chart. However, Scarlet has only got to number five.

One of the best Scottish bands of the 1990s, Glasgow’s Teenage Fanclub, are at number thirty with Nothing Lasts Forever. The album is at number two, behind Kylie Minogue, in the vinyl chart. Camden born Bakar is at number fifteen with Halo. It does not contain a version of the Beyonce song of that name.
Published on: 2023-09-29 by Suedehead2 || 759 Views
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