I'll try and post them tonight; but it will most likely be tomorrow. You don't need to ask in this thread, it will always eventually be updated. Don't necessarily expect it to be updated each week though - it may soon revert to the old style, where several weeks' worth of updates are posted simultaneously, on a less-than-weekly basis. Have patience please. No replies necessary.evolution wrote:Are the new- and re-entries of the last week chart available?
I appreciate it toomichael_787 wrote:I am aware that "no replies are necessary"; but let me just take the opportunity to say that I appreciate the amount of work that is put into posting these lists. There will certainly be those who bemoan the fact that the lists won't be updated on a weekly basis in the future, but I think that even they will understand that it would be unreasonable to expect week-by-week postings from people who do not get paid for this work. Let's just be thankful that we can have these lists, even if we will have to wait for three or four weeks for them to appear.
Interesting.....I suppose either there are two different versions, or this track has moved from one label to another at some point in the last week.irishguy28 wrote:W/E 16th October 2010
184 KILLING ME SOFTLY - FUGEES (SONY MUSIC)
W/E 23rd October 2010
113 KILLING ME SOFTLY - FUGEES (COLUMBIA)
I heard this played on a high-audience Radio 2 programme last week - but that doesn't seem to have translated into major sales! I didn't realise that, for the UK, she is on the same label as Katie Melua.irishguy28 wrote: 190 BACK IT UP - CARO EMERALD (DRAMATICO)
Hmmmm...can't help you on that one, I'm afraid. But it is shown as a new entry in this week's Top 200, with the column for sales increase being blank, so for whatever reason it has not been related to the previous week's entry at all. Whether this is to do with the change/correction(?) to the label info, or more likley is some oversight/mistake in the way the data is presented (the change in label data making it appear as a different track to last week's), I do not know. Regardless of "moving from one label to another", it should not affect the listing - sales of all versions of the same track are combined for a single chart position, and Columbia is within the Sony Music family after all.CZB wrote:Interesting.....I suppose either there are two different versions, or this track has moved from one label to another at some point in the last week.