Wait just a cotton pickin’ minute here! Aren’t we supposed to be in this together? Aren’t the British and Americans the joint rulers of all things popular and musical?
This week’s chart is another sedate affair, I’m afraid. Some shuffling around at the top end of things, a bit of jostling here and there, the steady creep of a couple of notable slow-burners up to the high end of things, but …
This week’s chart once again proves a simple truth. That if you allow Adele to appear on your television show singing “Someone Like You,” then that song will immediately rise to the top of the charts.
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Swedish DJ Basshunter promised to wear a Borat-esque green “mankini” if “Now You’re Gone” went No. 1 for four weeks on the UK singles chart.
I’m sure journalists love chatting with Girls Aloud: they are certain to get some really great quotes. Their very in-depth interview with Observer Music Monthly doesn’t disappoint.