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    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    12 February 2021 - 18 February 2021


    The Official UK Top 100 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, audio and video streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/

    1 1 5* Olivia Rodrigo ~ Drivers License
    2 2 3 Nathan Evans ft 220 Kid and Billen Ted ~ Wellerman
    3 4 13 The Kid Laroi ~ Without You
    4 5 4 Anne-Marie, KSI and Digital Farm Animals ~ Don't Play
    5 NE 1 Digga D and AJ Tracey ~ Bringing It Back
    6 6 15 Meduza ft Dermot Kennedy ~ Paradise
    7 11 13 TiŽsto ~ The Business
    8 8 15 Shane Codd ~ Get Out My Head
    9 9 6 Justin Bieber ~ Anyone
    10 16 6 Hvme (and Travis Scott) ~ Goosebumps
    11 3 2 Fredo ft Dave ~ Money Talks
    12 12 5 Doja Cat ~ Streets
    13 10 8 Ed Sheeran ~ Afterglow
    14 14 15 Ariana Grande (ft Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion) ~ 34+35
    15 31 5 The Weeknd ~ Save Your Tears
    16 24 4 Riton and Nightcrawlers ft Mufasa and Hypeman ~ Friday
    17 20 12 Miley Cyrus ft Dua Lipa ~ Prisoner
    18 17 7 SZA ~ Good Days
    19 NE 1 A1 and J1 ~ Latest Trends
    20 26 63 The Weeknd ~ Blinding Lights ***
    21 NE 1 Cardi B ~ Up
    22 22 9 Taylor Swift ~ Willow
    23 42 3 ATB, Topic and A7S ~ Your Love (9PM)
    24 34 13 Glass Animals ~ Heat Waves
    25 23 11 Nathan Dawe and Little Mix ~ No Time For Tears
    26 27 32 Joel Corry ft MNEK ~ Head & Heart ***
    27 32 8 Jason Derulo and Nuka ~ Love Not War (The Tampa Beat)
    28 25 16 KSI ft Craig David and Digital Farm Animals ~ Really Love
    29 29 16 Central Cee ~ Loading
    30 7 16 Little Mix ~ Sweet Melody ***
    31 21 2 Fredo ft Summer Walker ~ Ready
    32 18 2 Fredo ft Pop Smoke and Young Adz ~ Burner On Deck
    33 13 16 CJ ~ Whoopty ***
    34 15 24 Dua Lipa (ft DaBaby) ~ Levitating ***
    35 46 6 Ava Max ~ My Head & My Heart
    36 35 26 24kGoldn ft Iann Dior ~ Mood ***
    37 19 29 Tate McRae ~ You Broke Me First ***
    38 37 6 Raye and Rudimental ~ Regardless
    39 78 6 Duncan Laurence (ft Fletcher) ~ Arcade
    40 44 50 Harry Styles ~ Watermelon Sugar ***

    41 38 26 Internet Money ft Gunna, Don Toliver and Nav ~ Lemonade ***
    42 50 5 Saweetie ft Doja Cat ~ Best Friend
    43 39 15 Jax Jones ft Au/Ra ~ I Miss U
    44 40 16 Ariana Grande ~ Positions ***
    45 47 78 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey ***
    46 49 9 Yung Bleu ft Drake ~ You're Mines Still
    47 51 107 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    48 48 26 Miley Cyrus ~ Midnight Sky ***
    49 58 7 Rudimental ft Morgan, Digga D and Tike ~ Be The One
    50 NE 1 Navos ~ Believe Me
    51 41 3 Sabrina Carpenter ~ Skin
    52 NE 1 Foo Fighters ~ Making A Fire
    53 NE 1 Foo Fighters ~ Waiting On A War

    54 61 18 Polo G ~ Martin & Gina
    55 53 21 Pop Smoke ~ What You Know Bout Love? ***
    56 43 5 Bicep ~ Apricots
    57 52 14 The Kid Laroi ~ So Done
    58 NE 1 Masked Wolf ~ Astronaut In The Ocean
    59 56 16 Juice Wrld ~ All Girls Are The Same
    60 92 2 Tom Grennan ~ Little Bit of Love
    61 54 13 Olivia Rodrigo ~ All I Want
    62 57 30 Paul Woolford and Diplo ft Kareen Lomax ~ Looking For Me ***
    63 28 15 James Arthur ~ Train Wreck ***
    64 55 21 Wes Nelson and Hardy Caprio ~ See Nobody ***
    65 59 25 Jason Derulo ~ Take You Dancing ***
    66 70 159 Ed Sheeran ~ Perfect ***
    67 67 67 Pinkfong ~ Baby Shark ***
    68 30 13 Billie Eilish ~ Therefore I Am ***
    69 66 2 Clean Bandit ft Iann Dior ~ Higher
    70 89 3 Imanbek and Goodboys ~ Goodbye
    71 68 254 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
    72 65 60 Lewis Capaldi ~ Before You Go ***
    73 33 15 Harry Styles ~ Golden ***
    74 82 50 Saint Jhn ~ Roses ***
    75 NE 1 Dream and PmBata ~ Roadtrip

    76 69 95 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    77 NE 1 Foo Fighters ~ Shame Shame
    78 62 2 B Young ~ Ride for Me
    79 87 2 James Hype ft Harlee ~ Afraid
    80 74 26 Fleetwood Mac ~ Dreams ***
    81 72 25 Cardi B ft Megan Thee Stallion ~ WAP ***
    82 75 25 BTS ~ Dynamite ***
    83 96 7 Wilbur Soot ~ Your New Boyfriend
    84 45 2 Yxng Bane ft Nafe Smallz and M Huncho ~ Dancing On Ice
    85 NE 1 Mimi Webb ~ Reasons
    86 77 18 Sam Smith ~ Diamonds ***
    87 71 18 Justin Bieber ft Chance The Rapper (/ The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir) ~ Holy ***
    88 83 31 Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo ~ Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) ***
    89 RE 65 Post Malone and Swae Lee ~ Sunflower ***
    90 NE 1 MK ft Raphaella ~ Lies
    91 63 2 Chip ft Bugzy Malone ~ Grown Flex
    92 RE 30 Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande ~ Rain On Me ***
    93 88 56 Dua Lipa ~ Don't Start Now ***
    94 36 12 Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber ~ Monster ***
    95 86 19 Sigala and James Arthur ~ Lasting Lover ***
    96 84 37 Harry Styles ~ Falling ***
    97 NE 1 Sam Fischer and Demi Lovato ~ What Other People Say
    98 NE 1 G-Eazy ft Chris Brown and Mark Morrison ~ Provide

    99 98 10 The Neighbourhood ~ Sweater Weather ***
    100 73 5 Bugzy Malone ft Chip ~ Notorious



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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    12 February 2021 - 18 February 2021


    The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

    1 NE 1* Foo Fighters ~ Medicine At Midnight
    2 NE 1 The Weeknd ~ The Highlights

    3 1 2 Celeste ~ Not Your Muse
    4 NE 1 Black Country, New Road ~ For The First Time
    5 RE 2 Fleet Foxes ~ Shore ****
    physical release
    6 2 2 Fredo ~ Money Can't Buy Happiness
    7 5 61 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
    8 6 32 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
    9 RE 3 Jessie Ware ~ What's Your Pleasure? ****
    she appeared on The Graham Norton Show (newly pregnant)
    10 8 932 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    11 13 46 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
    12 9 91 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    13 NE 1 The Staves ~ Good Woman
    14 11 206 Ed Sheeran ~ ų (Divide)
    15 12 117 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
    16 10 9 Taylor Swift ~ Evermore
    17 15 170 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    18 36 875 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    19 43 47 The Weeknd ~ After Hours
    20 14 23 The Kid Laroi ~ F**k Love
    21 18 31 Juice Wrld ~ Legends Never Die
    22 16 14 Little Mix ~ Confetti
    23 NE 1 Deacon Blue ~ Riding On The Tide Of Love (MA)
    24 3 2 Arlo Parks ~ Collapsed in Sunbeams
    25 24 387 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    26 22 980 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    27 25 448 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    28 26 98 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    29 20 5 Barry Gibb and Friends ~ Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers' Songbook Vol. 1
    30 17 63 Dermot Kennedy ~ Without Fear
    31 28 80 Mabel ~ High Expectations
    32 31 388 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    33 21 38 Eminem ~ Music To Be Murdered By
    34 42 482 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    35 27 15 Sam Smith ~ Love Goes
    36 32 11 Miley Cyrus ~ Plastic Hearts
    37 23 29 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
    38 34 221 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    39 29 15 Ariana Grande ~ Positions
    40 37 147 XXXTentacion ~ ?

    41 41 113 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
    42 33 475 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
    43 61 391 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    44 53 964 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    45 39 28 Bee Gees ~ Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits
    46 35 20 Machine Gun Kelly ~ Tickets To My Downfall
    47 44 360 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
    48 50 326 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    49 45 193 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    50 47 301 The Beatles ~ 1
    51 48 83 Ed Sheeran ~ No.6 Collaborations Project
    52 49 72 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
    53 NE 1 10cc ~ Essential 10cc
    54 54 75 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    55 55 176 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    56 NE 1 Transatlantic ~ The Absolute Universe: Forevermore ****
    1 of 3 different recordings of their new album, this is the extended variation
    57 56 18 D-Block Europe ~ The Blue Print - Us vs Them
    58 62 410 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black
    59 60 344 Ed Sheeran ~ ◊
    60 RE 97 The Weeknd ~ Beauty Behind The Madness ****
    was Super Bowl half time act
    61 NE 1 The Weather Station ~ Ignorance
    62 59 52 Pop Smoke ~ Meet The Woo 2 [mixtape]
    63 57 199 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    64 63 100 Elvis Presley ~ The 50 Greatest Hits
    65 7 2 Chip ~ Snakes & Ladders [mixtape]
    66 19 3 Bicep ~ Isles
    67 58 75 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles
    68 64 54 Juice Wrld ~ Death Race For Love
    69 51 90 Neil Diamond ~ All-Time Greatest Hits
    70 65 136 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    71 70 185 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
    72 69 17 Ava Max ~ Heaven & Hell
    73 78 34 Polo G ~ The Goat
    74 68 32 Doja Cat ~ Hot Pink
    75 38 12 Neil Diamond with The London Symphony Orchestra ~ Classic Diamonds

    76 66 61 Stormzy ~ Heavy Is The Head
    77 71 97 Dave ~ Psychodrama
    78 72 103 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
    79 67 8 SZA ~ Ctrl
    80 76 391 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    81 73 166 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
    82 96 45 Dolly Parton ~ The Very Best Of Dolly Parton
    83 75 97 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
    84 74 104 Jax Jones ~ Snacks
    85 87 176 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
    86 81 248 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    87 77 295 Adele ~ 21
    88 89 198 Adele ~ 25
    89 85 68 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    90 83 181 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    91 88 322 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    92 82 43 Jason Derulo ~ Platinum Hits
    93 RE 10 Britney Spears ~ The Singles Collection ****
    renewed publicity over her father's conservatorship of Britney
    94 91 353 Nirvana ~ Nevermind
    95 80 245 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    96 79 210 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    97 86 147 Lana Del Rey ~ Born To Die
    98 40 5 Lil Durk ~ The Voice
    99 84 98 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
    100 99 348 Guns N' Roses ~ Greatest Hits



    here's the video streaming chart
    here's the overall streaming chart

    Source: OCC / Radio 1

    Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

    *Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
    **Complete total of all entries in brackets.
    ***ACR affected tracks.
    ****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia
    Starts
    Fri February 12, 2021
    Ends
    Fri February 19, 2021
    Location
    UK
    Last edited by Blondini; Sun February 14, 2021, 04:41.
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    Charts analysis: Olivia Rodrigo holds off Nathan Evans' sea shanty challenge

    by James Masterton

    Olivia Rodrigo’s fifth week at No.1 is spent in the same manner as all the others, Drivers License simply in a different lane to the rest of the market. The hit track puts another 58,563 chart sales on the clock (including 56,304 from 7.2 million streams) to take its lifetime tally to 425,623, but as it starts move down the gears its chances of being overtaken continue to grow.

    Still waiting to sail past is Nathan Evans, with Wellerman at No.2 for a second week with a further 35,078 sales, consumption of the 220 Kid/Billen Ted remix now outpacing that of the original. Just below, The Kid Laroi’s Without You pings back to No.3 (29,935 sales) with Anne-Marie, KSI & Digital Farm Animals just behind at No.4 (29,666 sales).

    A meeting of two high-profile UK rappers becomes this week’s highest new entry. Adding the midas touch of AJ Tracey to his sound instantly gives Digga D his biggest chart success to date, as Bringing It Back slams onto the chart at No.5 with 25,733 sales. His eighth credited chart entry, it is the first ever Top 10 for Digga D, his previous best showing the No.18 peak of Chingy (It’s Whatever) in October last year.

    AJ Tracey, meanwhile, is no stranger to the upper end of the chart, this his seventh Top 10 in 22 appearances.

    Having burned steadily since just before Christmas, The Business from Tiesto finally makes the Top 10, accelerating to 11-7 with 25,185 sales, to become only the fourth career Top 10 as a credited performer for the veteran Dutch DJ and producer. Also newly arrived in the Top 10 is Goosebumps by HVME, jumping 16-10 with 21,214 sales, these split roughly 55/45 between the Lithuanian’s cover and the remix which stirs in vocals from Travis Scott’s original recording.

    Money Talks from Fredo (3-11) and Afterglow from Ed Sheeran (10-13) exit the Top 10 under their own steam but there is an ACR-induced plunge for Sweet Melody by Little Mix (7-30), its eventual 13-week run in the upper reaches the longest of all their hits to date.

    A Super Bowl performance and a new hits collection sends The Weeknd surging, Save Your Tears rocketing to a new peak of No.15 (18,458 sales) with Blinding Lights back up to No.20 (15,161 ACR-depressed sales). Also making headway are club smashes Friday from Riton/Nightcrawlers (No.16, 17,914 sales) and Your Love by ATB/Topic/A7s (No.23, 11,970) in a manner which suggests both should be Top 10 hits soon.

    Its appeal seeded on TikTok since the back end of last year, Latest Trends now becomes the first chart single from teenage rap duo A1 & J1, entering at No.19 with 16,605 sales.

    Following last summer’s No.1 smash WAP, Cardi B’s Up debuts at No.21 (14,526 sales). Counting collaborations, this is the rapper’s 19th chart single and her fifth solo credit.

    A No.67 hit in May 2019 in the wake of its appearance as the Dutch Eurovision entry, Arcade by Duncan Laurence is an unlikely candidate for a comeback. Yet back it duly is, propelled in part by the release of a new version late last year, which added a new vocal from American singer Fletcher, but also following TikTok-inspired viral success. The single now explodes into life and re-charts at No.39 with 7,937 sales.

    The ’90s revival continues apace with the arrival at No.50 (6,576 sales) of Believe Me, the debut chart single from Navos, the performing alias of Liverpool DJ Ross Harrington.

    The Foo Fighters’ Medicine At Midnight emits a brace of chart singles, Making A Fire (No.52, 6,422 sales) and Waiting On A War (No.53, 6,332 sales) the 28th and 29th chart hits respectively for the rock legends.

    Australian rapper Masked Wolf enjoys his first UK hit as Astronaut In The Ocean debuts at No.58 (5,767 sales) and just below there is a fourth chart entry for Tom Grennan who is No.60 (5,734 sales) with Little Bit Of Love.

    There’s also a full debut for Kazakh remixer Imanbek, the man behind last year’s chart-topping remix of Saint Jhn’s Roses but who here is credited for the first time. Goodbye (No.70, 5,226 sales) also features the distinctive sound of Goodboys, the trio here with their third hit and first since Lose Control at the tail end of 2019. Finally, the combined sound of Minecraft streamer Dream and Missouri-based singer PmBata on Roadtrip sneaks in at No.75 (5,039 sales).

    Singles sales slip 2.06% week on week to 21,026,361, while paid-for sales slide 3.27% to 434,505.


    from musicweek.com

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    • #3
      Charts analysis: Foo Fighters top 40,000 sales at summit

      by James Masterton

      Embarking on one of the most extensive remotely-conducted press schedules we’ve seen so far, cementing his reputation as the nicest man in rock in the process, the reward for Dave Grohl is yet another No.1 album for the Foo Fighters.

      Medicine At Midnight, the 10th studio album from the group, all but obliterates the competition with a suitably large first week sale of 42,486 (31,617 physical). Acknowledging we are no longer comparing like with like and that, in a drastically altered market few established acts make forward sales progress any more, this is a smaller sale than the 61,254 its predecessor Concrete And Gold moved in its first week on release in September 2017. Medicine At Midnight is, however, their 11th Top 10 album in all (their entire studio output plus Greatest Hits), the band’s lifetime UK album sales now amounting to an truly impressive 6,975,865.

      The Weeknd’s half time performance at the NFL Super Bowl helped to make the Canadian’s brand new hits collection The Highlights the best of the rest this week as it flies to No.2 with 8,617, his fifth consecutive Top 10 album in a run dating back to 2015’s Beauty Behind The Madness. His most recent studio album After Hours also enjoys a sales boost and is back up to No.19 in its first Top 20 showing since October, this week’s 3,194 sales taking its lifetime total to 146,806. Meanwhile the aforementioned Beauty Behind The Madness also benefits from the renewed streaming interest in his catalogue and rockets to No.60 (1,629 sales).

      Last week’s No.1 Not Your Muse by Celeste sheds 69% of its first week sale but still clings on at No.3 with 6,978 sales.

      Having spent three years refining their sound from its post- punk origins to more inventive experimental areas, British rockers Black Country, New Road finally make their chart debut with the release of their debut album For The First Time. Pleasingly, they make it all the way to the Top 5 with 6,350 sales enough to make them this week’s No.4 act.

      A lowly No.68 when released with just 24 hours notice as a digital-only product back in October, Shore by Fleet Foxes was finally released in physical formats this week and immediately makes a much better showing. The album re-enters at No.5 (5,967 sales) to maintain the folk-rock group’s 100% strike rate of Top 10 albums (this their fourth) and ensuring there are two Seattle-based groups bookending this week’s Top 5.

      Rare are the special editions of albums which emulate the success of the original, but Jessie Ware’s What’s Your Pleasure comes close this week. Top 3 upon first release last summer a newly expanded version returns to the table at No.9 adding a further 4,307 sales.

      Almost six years after they last reached the albums chart, folk trio The Staves return in triumph with their third studio album Good Woman which becomes the highest-charting album to date for the Staveley-Taylor sisters as it enters at No.13 (3,851 sales).

      They’ve made us wait years between albums in the past so two in the space of a year from Deacon Blue feels like indecent haste by their standards. Hard on the heels of last year’s City Of Love, Riding On The Tide Of Love duly becomes the 14th chart album for the Scottish veterans. As the title hints, it is a lockdown-recorded companion to its predecessor but alas cannot quite match it step for step on the charts, falling well short of the Top 10 at No.23 (2,845 sales).

      Also new this week is The Essential from 10cc at No.53 (1,815), this the seventh hits collection from the celebrated art-pop group to chart since 1975. Heavy-duty concept

      album The Absolute Universe from progressive rock group Transatlantic also makes its debut. Each of the three different edits of the work are considered separate products, so the one which charts is the 90-minute Forevermore version of the work landing at No.56 with 1,743 sales. Completists may like to note the slightly abridged Breath Of Life sold 794 copies with the 96-minute Ultimate edition lagging behind on 281.

      Finally, Ignorance (No.61, 1,629 sales) becomes the first charting entry for The Weather Station, the folk group fronted by Canadian singer Tamara Lindeman.

      The four-week unbroken streak of sales rises is snapped with the market overall down 0.93% to 1,783,923. More big name new releases mean physical sales continue to surge, up 1.44% this week to 336,692 to command 18.87% of the market.

      from muiscweek.com

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      • #4
        The Duncan Laurence jump is a surprise! He wasn't that high in the mids.
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        • #5
          Rare are the special editions of albums which emulate the success of the original, but Jessie Ware’s What’s Your Pleasure comes close this week. Top 3 upon first release last summer a newly expanded version returns to the table at No.9 adding a further 4,307 sales.
          Huh? What newly expanded version? It's back because of her appearance - newly pregnant (personally expanded!) - on The Graham Norton Show.


          Heavy-duty concept

          album The Absolute Universe from progressive rock group Transatlantic also makes its debut. Each of the three different edits of the work are considered separate products, so the one which charts is the 90-minute Forevermore version of the work landing at No.56 with 1,743 sales. Completists may like to note the slightly abridged Breath Of Life sold 794 copies with the 96-minute Ultimate edition lagging behind on 281.
          not edits - different recordings - that's why they are counted separately
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          • #6
            Charts are completed. I hope people don't mind the larger size font (which is the one is use for my personal charts). I got a new laptop and it was easier to do the formatting on it in the larger size. Still getting used to the touchpad on it!
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            • #7
              I am a bit confused about the 'Goosebumps' situation. As far as I understand it now, the original Hume version is an actual cover, so not 'just' a remix like Roses? And then the remix of that version which features Travis Scott has his vocals newly recorded specifially for that remix?

              And something else I noticed: 'Cooler Returns' by Kiwi Jr. (actually a Canadian group, not from New Zealand), was released on January 22nd, including all physicals I saw on both RYM and Discogs. But they only showed up today on the UK Record Store and Independent charts, so what is going on there?

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              • #8
                So without ACR Blinding Lights is almost certainly up to 5, while Head & Heart has left the Top 10 (as Sweet Melody would have even without ACR)..

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                • #9
                  Correct on 'Blinding Lights' but 'Head & Heart' is still top 10... only just though.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                    Correct on 'Blinding Lights' but 'Head & Heart' is still top 10... only just though.
                    I'm surprised. Though I guess if (ACR-adjusted) 23-26 are close in sales then Head & Heart could have sold nearly 22,000 (unadjusted) to crack the top 10.

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                    • #11
                      So happy for Duncan, Arcade is a great song that has the potential to be a classic ballad, plus it's radio-friendly. I hope the UK radio jumps on it sooner or later.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BobPatience View Post
                        I am a bit confused about the 'Goosebumps' situation. As far as I understand it now, the original Hume version is an actual cover, so not 'just' a remix like Roses? And then the remix of that version which features Travis Scott has his vocals newly recorded specifially for that remix?
                        Yes, the original HVME version is a cover (= not Travis vocals) and the new remix features his vocals (I think they used the original vocal track). Now the official credit for the remix is "Travis Scott & HVME" so imo it should be combined with Travis original version but not with the HVME cover version (even though they basically sound the same). Still, Billboard and OCC are combining both the "HVME" and the "Travis Scott & HVME" version while for the german chart, the "Travis Scott & HVME" version is combined with the original Travis Scott track and the HVME cover is counted seperately. Since the release of the remix, the HVME version dropped 15-33 over the course of 4 weeks in Germany while the original track climbed back up to 68 this week because of the remix.

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                        • #13
                          Something else I was wondering after I realized this today: 'Roses' was always credited to just Saint Jhn, no Imanbek to be found, and not included on the the dance singles chart. But now the Wellerman remix is credit to both Nathan Evans and the remixers and it is charting on the dance singles chart. What is the difference?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BobPatience View Post
                            Something else I was wondering after I realized this today: 'Roses' was always credited to just Saint Jhn, no Imanbek to be found, and not included on the the dance singles chart. But now the Wellerman remix is credit to both Nathan Evans and the remixers and it is charting on the dance singles chart. What is the difference?
                            Probably because both versions were released at the same time. OCC hardly ever credit subsequent featured artists on later remixes. In this case they decided it was sufficiently popular to credit them.
                            The dance charts are an incoherent mess. They have John Carpenter on Dance Albums but no Jessie Ware. That chart should be renamed Electronic Albums. John Carpenter is not a dance artist.
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                            • #15
                              Thank you very much.

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