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  • heppolo
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    Originally posted by Thriller View Post
    Relatively low sales for a charity single and crazy to think Ariana only sold just over a thousand downloads to be at #1.
    To paraphrase the notorious Donny T., "STOP THE COUNT (of those fake spotify numbers)!"

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  • Thriller
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    Relatively low sales for a charity single and crazy to think Ariana only sold just over a thousand downloads to be at #1.

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  • heppolo
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    Originally posted by Wayne View Post



    Very front loaded - was #1 at the start of the week, ended at #7.
    Apparently not as front loaded as the Ladbabdy Christmas #1s

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  • Wayne
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    Originally posted by heppolo View Post
    oops, this kinda flopped.
    Despite the lack of studio audience, the BBC's annual Children In Need spectacular took place last week and as is traditional has emitted a tie-in charity single. Stop Crying Your Heart Out is an all-star charity rendition of Oasis' 2002 single featuring such luminaries as Paloma Faith, Ava Max, Nile Rogers and Robbie Williams (collectively branded as The Radio 2 Allstars). A strong leader in early midweek flashes, the track's appeal was inevitably front-loaded and with its sales having effectively stalled by Tuesday it finishes the week at No.7 with 28,421 sales, most of these paid downloads.
    Very front loaded - was #1 at the start of the week, ended at #7.

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  • heppolo
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    Originally posted by Thriller View Post
    Too many artists warbling and screeching over it for me. Should’ve just let Kylie sing the whole thing
    I'd rather have "Wibbling Rivalry" re-released for the charity purposes.

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  • heppolo
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    oops, this kinda flopped.

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  • Debs_Wild
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    Official video:



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  • Wayne
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    Originally posted by Thriller View Post
    Too many artists warbling and screeching over it for me. Should’ve just let Kylie sing the whole thing
    Agreed.

    I only really liked Cher and Kylie - and the teeny bit of James Morrison that I could make out.

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  • oasisbobo
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    Originally posted by Thriller View Post
    Too many artists warbling and screeching over it for me. Should’ve just let Kylie sing the whole thing
    I agree with this.

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  • Thriller
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    Too many artists warbling and screeching over it for me. Should’ve just let Kylie sing the whole thing

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  • GreekGeek
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    Originally posted by RayRay View Post
    No one can sing it like Leona Lewis.
    True! best version of the song!

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  • spiritboy
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    They should've added the Queen of gheys to the line-up, Lady Gaga.

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  • Thriller
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    Cher and Jay Sean on the same song so random.

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  • RayRay
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    No one can sing it like Leona Lewis.

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  • SholasBoy
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    God I hate these charity cover songs. I understand that they are raising money for charities, but the tracks themselves are always so cheesy.

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  • oasisbobo
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    Great to see Jack Savoretti involved. This should sell well and give Oasis a boost too which is always good.

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  • Ska8er
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    Very weird line up indeed

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  • KEY9481
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    BBC Children in Need - Stop Crying Your Heart Out



    Quite a line up

    Bryan Adams
    Izzy Bizu
    Grace Chatto of Clean Bandit
    Cher
    Mel C
    Jamie Cullum
    Ella Eyre
    Paloma Faith
    Rebecca Ferguson
    Jess Glynne
    Sheku Kanneh-Mason
    Lenny Kravitz
    KSI Lauv
    Ava Max
    Kylie Minogue
    James Morrison
    Gregory Porter
    Nile Rodgers
    Jack Savoretti
    Jay Sean
    Anoushka Shankar
    Robbie Williams
    Yola
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