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  • How is Drake getting a duel #1, I don't know a single person that listens to him or likes him, I really don't get it!

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    • Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post
      Presumably the weeknd will have the real No.1 as its on ACR?
      Yes, had 'Blinding Lights' not been moved to ACR the track would be at number 1.

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      • You know, I remind myself that on a few occasions some years back, myself and others on this forum rather uncollegiately used to gently mock Graham76Man for his insistence that he was somehow obtaining a 'real chart' based on every actual sale transacted, compiled by some sort of supernatural source. Ironically, while a rather more definable and rational concept is behind it, I think we really could all do with seeing a real chart - i.e. tracks ranked according to their overall combined consumption, with consistent conversion ratios of streams to 'sales' across the board, no exceptions. Okay some weeks it would make for a skewed-looking picture as a highly-streamed big name album release ensures placings for possibly all its tracks for a week or two, and older passively-streamed hits linger even longer in the upper reaches. But at ;east we'd know it was the actual true state of play in the market. Falsifying history like this still feels wrong, for all its understandable intentions. Just as well it's only the charts this sort of thing is happening with, and not, say, official number of CoViD-19 deaths.. (!!).

        Sorry folks; a tired old moan I know, but the ludicrousness of the present arbitrary rules and the artificial cliff-edges and bogus achievements they create strikes me afresh every so often, especially when anyone worth their salt knows that a official No 1 is not a 'real' No 1, and may not even in some instances be the most-streamed song of the week let-alone bought.

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        • Wednesday Update

          Missing Data: Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube (all for Tuesday)

          Singles

          1 Drake - Toosie Slide (29.5k)
          2 Doja Cat - Say So (21.8k)
          3 Megan Thee Stallion - Savage (21.0k)
          4 Powfu feat. beabadoobee - death bed (coffee for your head) (20.1k)
          5 Live Lounge Allstars - Times Like These (19.2k)

          6-10
          7 Drake feat. Giveon - Chicago Freestyle *
          8 AJ Tracey feat. MoStack - Dinner Guest *
          9 S1mba feat. DTG - Rover
          10 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch - ROCKSTAR

          11-20
          11 Drake feat. Playboi Carti - Pain 1993 *
          13 Aitch & AJ Tracey feat. Tay Keith - Rain
          17 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels - If the World Was Ending
          18 Little Mix - Break Up Song

          21-30
          21 Tones and I - Dance Monkey
          22 Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykae - Flowers
          23 Harry Styles - Adore You
          24 Sam Fischer - This City
          26 BENEE feat. Gus Dapperton - Supalonely
          27 Jax Jones & Martin Solveig present Europa with RAYE - Tequila
          28 Amanda Holden - Over the Rainbow *
          30 220 KID & GRACEY - Don't Need Love

          31-40
          32 PARTYNEXTDOOR & Rihanna - BELIEVE IT
          33 Doja Cat - Boss Bitch
          35 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One - Don't Rush ^
          36 Ava Max - Kings & Queens
          38 Travis Scott - SICKO MODE ^
          40 MIST feat. Fredo - House Party *

          ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

          Albums

          1 Drake - Dark Lane Demo Tapes (14.1k) *
          2 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (5.0k)
          3 The Strokes - The New Abnormal (4.3k - 10 ahead) ^
          4 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (4.3k)
          5 Tide Lines - Eye of the Storm (3.2k) *

          6-10
          9 Yxng Bane - Quarantime: The Lost Files *

          11-20
          15 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits

          21-30
          21 Stormzy - Heavy Is the Head
          23 Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory
          26 Niall Horan - Heartbreak Weather ^

          31-40
          32 Lil Baby - My Turn ^
          33 David Bowie - Legacy

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          • Originally posted by Gambo View Post
            You know, I remind myself that on a few occasions some years back, myself and others on this forum rather uncollegiately used to gently mock Graham76Man for his insistence that he was somehow obtaining a 'real chart' based on every actual sale transacted, compiled by some sort of supernatural source. Ironically, while a rather more definable and rational concept is behind it, I think we really could all do with seeing a real chart - i.e. tracks ranked according to their overall combined consumption, with consistent conversion ratios of streams to 'sales' across the board, no exceptions. Okay some weeks it would make for a skewed-looking picture as a highly-streamed big name album release ensures placings for possibly all its tracks for a week or two, and older passively-streamed hits linger even longer in the upper reaches. But at ;east we'd know it was the actual true state of play in the market. Falsifying history like this still feels wrong, for all its understandable intentions. Just as well it's only the charts this sort of thing is happening with, and not, say, official number of CoViD-19 deaths.. (!!).

            Sorry folks; a tired old moan I know, but the ludicrousness of the present arbitrary rules and the artificial cliff-edges and bogus achievements they create strikes me afresh every so often, especially when anyone worth their salt knows that a official No 1 is not a 'real' No 1, and may not even in some instances be the most-streamed song of the week let-alone bought.

            This.

            All day long, this

            The manipulation has made charts meaningless. Such a shame the felt the need for arbitrary rules such as ACR
            101 Albums | 501 Songs

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            • I agree, I think we do need a real chart, but it would have to be a *real* real chart, not Graham’s tea chart I don’t know why they have always tried to skewer the chart in favour of young people, surely a real chart should incorporate the tastes of all demographics.
              1 Groove Armada|2 Gjons Tears |3 Tove Lo|4 Jack Garratt |5 Sigma|

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              • The charts were stagnant. That's why they did it. They haven't always tried to skew it in favour of young people. But their chart show did become unworkable because of the stagnation of the charts. The solution is not ideal but i approve of it. If you want a "real" chart you just check out the sales or streaming charts. There are plenty of charts to look at.

                Commercial radio have had fake / questionable charts for decades so it's not like the public haven't been (happily) misled before.

                Last edited by Blondini; Fri May 8th, 2020, 14:51.
                Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

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                • There’s a difference between commercial radio making up their own charts and the apparent “official” chart, we may as well use Graham’s real chart What even is the UK singles chart a chart of? It’s not the most popular songs, it’s not the most purchased list of songs, it’s not the most listened to songs, it’s not even a combination of those things, it’s just a list of songs in no particular order IMO.
                  1 Groove Armada|2 Gjons Tears |3 Tove Lo|4 Jack Garratt |5 Sigma|

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                  • Sunday 10 May Update

                    Official Chart: First Look Top 20

                    01. (NEW) STUCK WITH U (Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber) 1 wk
                    02. (01) TOOSIE SLIDE (Drake) 6 wks
                    03. (02) SAY SO (Doja Cat) 19 wks
                    04. (05) BLINDING LIGHTS (The Weeknd) 24 wks
                    05. (06) ROCKSTAR (DaBaby feat Roddy Ricch) 4 wks
                    06. (NEW) WE’LL MEET AGAIN (Vera Lynn) 1 wk
                    07. (04) DEATH BED (Powfu feat Beabadoobee) 13 wks
                    08. (03) SAVAGE (Meghan Thee Stallion) 8 wks
                    09. (07) ROVER (S1MBA feat DTG) 6 wks
                    10. (12) BREAK MY HEART (Dua Lipa) 7 wks

                    11. (08) DINNER GUEST (AJ Tracey feat Mostack) 2 wks
                    12. (14) ROSES (Saint Jhn) 18 wks
                    13. (11) RAIN (Aitch & AJ Tracey feat Tay Keith) 10 wks
                    14. (18) BREAK UP SONG (Little Mix) 7 wks
                    15. (21) FLOWERS (Nathan Dawe feat Jaykae) 11 wks
                    16. (13) HOUDINI (KSI feat Swarmz & Tion Wayne) 3 wks
                    17. (22) DANCE MONKEY (Tones & I) 40 wks
                    18. (16) IF THE WORLD WAS ENDING (JP Saxe feat Julia Michaels) 14 wks
                    19. (23) ADORE YOU (Harry Styles) 23 wks
                    20. (09) TIMES LIKE THESE (Live Lounge Allstars) 4 wks

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                    • Jenkins and Lynn are at 28

                      https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...ve-day__29726/

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                      Dame Vera Lynn heading for Official Singles Chart Top 10 with We'll Meet Again following the 75th anniversary of VE Day

                      This Friday could mark the first time the song has entered the Official UK Top 40.


                      By Jack White
                      Dame Vera Lynn is heading for the Official Singles Chart Top 10 with her classic track We'll Meet Again.

                      As revealed on today (May 10)'s Official Chart: First Look, the wartime song is at Number 6 on the latest sales flash based on downloads and streams across the past two days.

                      We'll Meet Again was the soundtrack to the country on Friday (May 8) by those celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Families across the nation were singing the song during social distancing street parties as a sign of unity, extra poignant at the moment amid the global COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions.


                      Since Friday when this week's Official Chart sales window opened, Vera's signature song has accumulated the most downloads, outperforming the likes of The Weeknd's former eight-week Number 1 Blinding Lights and Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber's new collaboration Stuck With U on the format.

                      Vera has a strong presence on streaming too - We'll Meet Again has racked up 588,000 plays in the last 48 hours.

                      As the song predates the Official Chart, We'll Meet Again has never entered the Top 40 before. Should Vera hold onto her momentum, We'll Meet Again will become her first Top 40 hit since Travellin' Home in June 1957. Aged 103, Vera would also become the oldest living person to score a Top 40 single, overtaking Captain Tom Moore who scored a Number 1 last month aged 100. View Vera Lynn's full Official UK chart history.

                      The first time any version of We'll Meet Again entered the Official Singles Chart was just last month when Katherine Jenkins' take on the song - also featuring Vera's vocals - reached Number 72. That version (which is supporting NHS Charities Togeher) is also experiencing an uplift this week after Katherine's performance on BBC One's The People's Celebration and is currently at Number 28.

                      The cut-off for sales and streams to count towards this week’s chart is midnight Thursday (May 14). The final Official Chart Top 40 will be unveiled on BBC Radio 1’s Official Chart with Scott Mills this Friday from 4pm, with the full Official Singles Chart Top 100 published on OfficialCharts.com from 5.45pm.
                      Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

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                      • Monday Update

                        Singles

                        1 Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber - Stuck With U (17,033) *
                        2 Drake - Toosie Slide (15,646)
                        3 Doja Cat - Say So (14,741)
                        4 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch - ROCKSTAR (14,366)
                        5 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (13,408)

                        6-10
                        9 6ix9ine - GOOBA *
                        10 Dua Lipa - Break My Heart

                        11-20
                        12 SAINt JHN - Roses
                        14 Little Mix - Break Up Song
                        15 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels - If the World Was Ending
                        17 Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykae - Flowers
                        18 Harry Styles - Adore You
                        19 Tones and I - Dance Monkey

                        21-30
                        21 Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again *
                        22 Sam Fischer - This City
                        23 220 KID & GRACEY - Don't Need Love
                        25 Dua Lipa - Physical
                        26 Joel Corry - Lonely
                        27 Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
                        28 Ava Max - Kings & Queens
                        30 Topic & A7S - Breaking Me *

                        31-40
                        31 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato - I'm Ready
                        32 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One - Don't Rush
                        33 Jonas Brothers - What a Man Gotta Do ^
                        36 Ed Sheeran - Perfect ^
                        38 Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved ^
                        40 Mabel - Boyfriend ^

                        ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

                        Albums

                        1 Hayley Williams - Petals for Armor (3,973) *
                        2 The D-Day Darlings - I'll Remember You (2,882) ^
                        3 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (2,682)
                        4 Drake - Dark Lane Demo Tapes (2,586)
                        5 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (2,499)

                        6-10
                        6 Kehlani - It Was Good Until It Wasn't *
                        8 Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop
                        9 NAV - Good Intentions *
                        10 Queen - Greatest Hits

                        11-20
                        13 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend
                        14 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits
                        17 Vera Lynn - 100 ^
                        20 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

                        21-30
                        22 Lil Durk - Just Cause Y'all Waited *
                        30 Michael Jackson - Number Ones

                        31-40
                        32 Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again: The Very Best of Vera Lynn ^
                        33 Queen - The Platinum Collection
                        34 George Michael - Twenty Five ^
                        35 Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection ^
                        38 Elvis Presley - The 50 Greatest Hits ^

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                        • Oh, nice start for Hayley!

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                          • Tuesday Update

                            Missing Data: Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube (all for Monday)

                            Singles

                            1 Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber - Stuck With U (20.6k) *
                            2 Drake - Toosie Slide (19.5k)
                            3 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch - ROCKSTAR (18.7k)
                            4 Doja Cat - Say So (18.5k)
                            5 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (16.6k)

                            6-10
                            8 6ix9ine - GOOBA *
                            10 Dua Lipa - Break My Heart

                            11-20
                            13 SAINt JHN - Roses
                            14 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels - If the World Was Ending
                            15 Little Mix - Break Up Song
                            17 Harry Styles - Adore You
                            18 Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykae - Flowers
                            19 Tones and I - Dance Monkey

                            21-30
                            21 Sam Fischer - This City
                            22 220 KID & GRACEY - Don't Need Love
                            24 Dua Lipa - Physical
                            25 Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
                            26 Joel Corry - Lonely
                            27 Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again *
                            29 Ava Max - Kings & Queens
                            30 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato - I'm Ready

                            31-40
                            31 Topic & A7S - Breaking Me *
                            32 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One - Don't Rush
                            33 Jonas Brothers - What a Man Gotta Do ^
                            36 Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved ^
                            37 Ed Sheeran - Perfect ^

                            ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

                            Albums

                            1 Hayley Williams - Petals for Armor (4.6k) *
                            2 The D-Day Darlings - I'll Remember You (4.5k) ^
                            3 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (3.6k)
                            4 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (3.4k)
                            5 Drake - Dark Lane Demo Tapes (3.2k)

                            6-10
                            7 Elton John - Diamonds
                            8 Kehlani - It Was Good Until It Wasn't *
                            9 Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop
                            10 Queen - Greatest Hits

                            11-20
                            14 NAV - Good Intentions *
                            15 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits
                            16 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend
                            17 Vera Lynn - 100 ^
                            20 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

                            21-30
                            22 The Beatles - 1
                            28 Lil Durk - Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 *

                            31-40
                            31 Michael Jackson - Number Ones
                            32 George Ezra - Staying At Tamara's
                            35 Queen - The Platinum Collection
                            37 Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again: The Very Best of Vera Lynn ^
                            39 George Michael - Twenty Five ^

                            thanks to BuzzJack

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                            • People still listen to 6ix9ine? Ew.

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                              • Originally posted by Blondini View Post
                                Dua Lipa will overtake both those albums, i think.
                                Yeah, easily.
                                I have received many gifts from God,
                                but this is the first time I have ever received a gift from a goddess
                                .

                                Don McLean on Madonna's version of American Pie

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                                • Dua should get number 1 on Friday but she could end up with the lowest recorded sale for a number 1 album. The current all-time low is 'Blossoms' by Blossoms, 7,948 back in 2016.

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                                  • Wednesday Update

                                    Missing Data: Spotify (for Tuesday) and YouTube (for Monday and Tuesday)

                                    Singles

                                    1 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch - ROCKSTAR (26.5k)
                                    2 Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber - Stuck With U (25.7k) *
                                    3 Drake - Toosie Slide (25.3k)
                                    4 Doja Cat - Say So (24.1k)
                                    5 The Weeknd - Blinding Lights (20.8k)

                                    6-10
                                    8 6ix9ine - GOOBA *

                                    11-20
                                    11 Dua Lipa - Break My Heart
                                    13 SAINt JHN - Roses
                                    14 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels - If the World Was Ending
                                    15 Little Mix - Break Up Song
                                    17 Harry Styles - Adore You
                                    18 Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykae - Flowers
                                    20 Tones and I - Dance Monkey

                                    21-30
                                    21 Sam Fischer - This City
                                    22 220 KID & GRACEY - Don't Need Love
                                    24 Dua Lipa - Physical
                                    26 Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
                                    27 Joel Corry - Lonely
                                    28 Ava Max - Kings & Queens
                                    29 Topic & A7S - Breaking Me *

                                    31-40
                                    31 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato - I'm Ready
                                    32 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One - Don't Rush
                                    34 Jonas Brothers - What a Man Gotta Do ^
                                    35 Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again *
                                    37 Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved ^
                                    40 Ed Sheeran - Perfect ^

                                    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

                                    Albums

                                    1 Hayley Williams - Petals for Armor (5.0k - 4 sales ahead) *
                                    2 The D-Day Darlings - I'll Remember You (5.0k) ^
                                    3 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (4.7k)
                                    4 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (4.4k)
                                    5 Drake - Dark Lane Demo Tapes (4.3k)

                                    6-10
                                    8 Kehlani - It Was Good Until It Wasn't *

                                    11-20
                                    11 Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop
                                    12 Queen - Greatest Hits
                                    14 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits
                                    15 NAV - Good Intentions *
                                    18 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend
                                    19 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

                                    21-30
                                    21 Vera Lynn - 100 ^
                                    28 Lil Durk - Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 *

                                    31-40
                                    32 Michael Jackson - Number Ones
                                    34 George Ezra - Staying At Tamara's
                                    37 Queen - The Platinum Collection
                                    39 George Michael - Twenty Five ^
                                    40 Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection ^


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                                    • Thursday Update

                                      Missing Data: Spotify and YouTube (both for Wednesday)

                                      Singles

                                      1 DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch - ROCKSTAR (33.6k)
                                      2 Drake - Toosie Slide (30.7k)
                                      3 Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber - Stuck With U (30.0k) *
                                      4 Doja Cat - Say So (29.8k)
                                      5 Powfu feat. beabadoobee - death bed (coffee for your head) (25.3k)

                                      6-10
                                      7 6ix9ine - GOOBA *

                                      11-20
                                      11 Dua Lipa - Break My Heart
                                      13 SAINt JHN - Roses
                                      14 JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels - If the World Was Ending
                                      15 Little Mix - Break Up Song
                                      17 Harry Styles - Adore You
                                      18 Nathan Dawe feat. Jaykae - Flowers
                                      20 Tones and I - Dance Monkey

                                      21-30
                                      21 Sam Fischer - This City
                                      22 220 KID & GRACEY - Don't Need Love
                                      24 Dua Lipa - Physical
                                      26 Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
                                      27 Topic & A7S - Breaking Me *
                                      28 Joel Corry - Lonely
                                      29 Ava Max - Kings & Queens

                                      31-40
                                      32 Sam Smith & Demi Lovato - I'm Ready
                                      33 Young T & Bugsey feat. Headie One - Don't Rush
                                      35 Jonas Brothers - What a Man Gotta Do ^
                                      36 Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved ^
                                      38 The Weeknd - In Your Eyes
                                      39 Ed Sheeran - Perfect ^

                                      ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

                                      Albums

                                      1 Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia (5.7k)
                                      2 Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent (5.4k)
                                      3 The D-Day Darlings - I'll Remember You (5.3k - 33 sales ahead) ^
                                      4 Hayley Williams - Petals for Armor (5.3k) *
                                      5 Drake - Dark Lane Demo Tapes (5.2k)

                                      6-10
                                      8 Ed Sheeran - No.6 Collaborations Project
                                      10 Kehlani - It Was Good Until It Wasn't *

                                      11-20
                                      11 Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop
                                      12 Queen - Greatest Hits
                                      14 ABBA - Gold: Greatest Hits
                                      17 NAV - Good Intentions *
                                      18 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
                                      19 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend

                                      21-30
                                      24 Vera Lynn - 100 ^
                                      30 Lil Durk - Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 *

                                      31-40
                                      34 George Ezra - Staying At Tamara's
                                      37 Queen - The Platinum Collection
                                      39 Stevie Wonder - The Definitive Collection ^


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                                      • Hayley should be safe for the top 5 tomorrow but it's looking likely that number 5 is where she's going to end up.

                                        I was hoping that 'We'll Meet Again' by Vera Lynn could hold on to the top 40 tomorrow but there's no chance now, she's out of the 40 but she should be safe for the top 75 to give her a second top 75 chart entry in the space of a month. She reached number 67 last month with a duet version of 'We'll Meet Again' with Katherine Jenkins. Her previous chart entry to that was way back in July 1957, some 63 years ago. Vera was already 40 years old when she had that hit ('Travellin' Home') in 1957! She is now, of course, 103 years young!

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                                        • Sunday 17 May Update

                                          Official Chart: First Look Top 20

                                          01. (01) ROCKSTAR (DaBaby feat Roddy Ricch) 5 wks
                                          02. (05) DEATH BED (Powfu feat Beabadoobee) 14 wks
                                          03. (02) TOOSIE SLIDE (Drake) 7 wks
                                          04. (03) SAY SO (Doja Cat) 20 wks
                                          05. (07) BLINDING LIGHTS (The Weeknd) 25 wks
                                          06. (08) ROVER (S1MBA feat DTG) 7 wks
                                          07. (09) SAVAGE (Meghan Thee Stallion) 9 wks
                                          08. (04) STUCK WITH U (Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber) 2 wks
                                          09. (10) DINNER GUEST (AJ Tracey feat Mostack) 3 wks
                                          10. (14) IF THE WORLD WAS ENDING (JP Saxe feat Julia Michaels) 15 wks

                                          11. (11) BREAK MY HEART (Dua Lipa) 8 wks
                                          12. (12) RAIN (Aitch & AJ Tracey feat Tay Keith) 11 wks
                                          13. (15) BREAK UP SONG (Little Mix) 8 wks
                                          14. (18) ADORE YOU (Harry Styles) 24 wks
                                          15. (13) ROSES (Saint Jhn) 19 wks
                                          16. (06) GOOBA (6ix9ine) 2 wks
                                          17. (17) FLOWERS (Nathan Dawe feat Jaykae) 12 wks
                                          18. (21) DANCE MONKEY (Tones & I) 41 wks
                                          19. (20) THIS CITY (Sam Fischer) 13 wks
                                          20. (NEW) DAISIES (Katy Perry) 1 wk


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                                          • Some rather morbid pandemic streaming going on. I get Death Bed climbing with radio assistance but the JP Saxe thing is long past the use-by date now.
                                            Tony's Charts ft Hits / Albums (23rd May 20) - Charli XCX, Foxes, Sol Seppy, Moby, Ellie Goulding, Maya Hawke, Tove Lo, Sparks, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Carly Rae Jepsen, Perfume Genius, The Dears, Sara Evans, Transglobal Underground, The Vapors, Alma, Noah Cyrus, Jess Williamson, Ilse DeLange

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                                            • JP Saxe was a good song, before people started associating it with the pandemic. I'm guessing "Adore You" is way past ACR? But it's holding up well.
                                              1 Groove Armada|2 Gjons Tears |3 Tove Lo|4 Jack Garratt |5 Sigma|

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