UK Charts (27/10/2012)

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Postby AutomaticBR » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:44 am

TOP 100 SINGLES
TW | LW | Song | Artist | Weeks On Chart

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01. (NE) SWEET NOTHING (Calvin Harris feat Florence Welch) 1 wk
02. (01) DON'T YOU WORRY CHILD (Swedish House Mafia feat John Martin) 2 wks
03. (03) GANGNAM STYLE (Psy) 7 wks
04. (04) DIAMONDS (Rihanna) 3 wks
05. (02) SKYFALL (Adele) 3 wks
06. (NE) STANDING IN THE DARK (Lawson) 1 wk
07. (12) WE ARE NEVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER (Taylor Swift) 9 wks
08. (18) ONE MORE NIGHT (Maroon 5) 3 wks
09. (08) TURN AROUND (Conor Maynard feat Ne-Yo) 6 wks
10. (09) I CRY (Flo Rida) 7 wks
11. (05) ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN (Ellie Goulding) 3 wks
12. (11) SHE WOLF (FALLING TO PIECES) (David Guetta feat Sia) 6 wks
13. (07) TROUBLE (Leona Lewis feat Childish Gambino) 2 wks
14. (10) HALL OF FAME (The Script feat Will.I.Am) 7 wks
15. (NE) BACKTRACK (Rebecca Ferguson) 1 wk
16. (06) LIVE WHILE WE'RE YOUNG (One Direction) 3 wks
17. (26) LATCH (Disclosure feat Sam Smith) 2 wks
18. (13) LET ME LOVE YOU (UNTIL YOU LEARN TO LOVE YOURSELF) (Ne-Yo) 7 wks
19. (14) MILLION VOICES (Otto Knows) 9 wks
20. (102) BEAUTY AND A BEAT (Justin Bieber feat Nicki Minaj) 1 wk
21. (17) WINGS (Little Mix) 8 wks
22. (15) I WILL WAIT (Mumford & Sons) 6 wks
23. (16) GOOD TIME (Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen) 9 wks
24. (27) NEVER TEAR US APART (Paloma Faith) 4 wks
25. (28) CLIQUE (Kanye West feat Jay-Z & Big Sean) 6 wks
26. (20) VA VA VOOM (Nicki Minaj) 4 wks
27. (23) I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLE (Taylor Swift) 2 wks
28. (NE) SINGLE TEAR (Tyler James) 1 wk
29. (21) YOU BRING ME JOY (Amelia Lily) 6 wks
30. (19) READ ALL ABOUT IT PT 3 (Emeli Sandé) 12 wks
31. (22) SOME NIGHTS (fun.) 11 wks
32. (29) SPECTRUM (SAY MY NAME) (Florence + The Machine) 15 wks
33. (86) TWO FINGERS (Jake Bugg) 2 wks
34. (30) BLOW ME (ONE LAST KISS) (Pink) 7 wks
35. (25) BOM BOM (Sam & The Womp) 9 wks
36. (NE) STATE OF GRACE (Taylor Swift) 1 wk
37. (NE) COUGH COUGH (Everything Everything) 1 wk

38. (52) ANNIE'S SONG (John Denver) 16 wks
39. (33) LITTLE TALKS (Of Monsters And Men) 11 wks
40. (34) PAYPHONE (Maroon 5 feat Wiz Khalifa) 18 wks
41. (24) I WON'T GIVE UP (Jason Mraz) 26 wks
42. (42) DON'T JUDGE ME (Chris Brown) 2 wks
43. (35) FEEL THE LOVE (Rudimental feat John Newman) 21 wks
44. (NE) LEAVING (Pet Shop Boys) 1 wk
45. (NE) HO HEY (The Lumineers) 1 wk

46. (39) CALL ME MAYBE (Carly Rae Jepsen) 29 wks
47. (53) GREYHOUND (Swedish House Mafia) 22 wks
48. (38) HOW WE DO (PARTY) (Rita Ora) 10 wks
49. (57) RUN BOY RUN (Woodkid) 2 wks
50. (60) SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW (Gotye feat Kimbra) 41 wks
51. (32) MADNESS (Muse) 9 wks
52. (45) WE ARE YOUNG (fun. feat Janelle Monae) 28 wks
53. (37) STARSHIPS (Nicki Minaj) 36 wks
54. (40) BANGARANG (Skrillex feat Sirah) 26 wks
55. (114) LOVE STORY (Taylor Swift) 21 wks
56. (50) YOUR DRUMS YOUR LOVE (AlunaGeorge) 2 wks
57. (56) TITANIUM (David Guetta feat Sia) 44 wks
58. (64) ONE DAY/RECKONING SONG (Asaf Avidan & The Mojos) 2 wks
59. (106) NO MORE DRAMA (Mary J Blige) 8 wks
60. (31) SAY NOTHING (Example) 5 wks
61. (48) BLACK HEART (StooShe) 18 wks
62. (43) GOOD INTENTIONS (Dappy) 5 wks
63. (51) N****S IN PARIS (Jay-Z & Kanye West) 35 wks
64. (55) WHISTLE (Flo Rida) 20 wks
65. (181) SCREAM (Usher) 12 wks
66. (49) POUND THE ALARM (Nicki Minaj) 18 wks
67. (119) THE A TEAM (Ed Sheeran) 44 wks
68. (NE) BIG MAN (Chase & Status feat Liam Bailey) 1 wk

69. (44) UNDER THE SUN (Cheryl) 12 wks
70. (159) SKINNY LOVE (Birdy) 34 wks
71. (91) SO GOOD (B.o.B) 12 wks

72. (46) HEATWAVE (Wiley feat Rhymez & Ms D) 12 wks
73. (69) NEED YOU NOW (Lady Antebellum) 34 wks
74. (54) HARDER THAN YOU THINK (Public Enemy) 13 wks
75. (RE) PURPLE RAIN (Prince & The Revolution) 11 wks
76. (85) RULE THE WORLD (Take That)
77. (195) TAKING OVER ME (Lawson)
78. (RE) WHEREVER YOU WILL GO (The Calling)
79. (NE) GIVE ME LOVE (Ed Sheeran)

80. (62) WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL (One Direction)
81. (165) BITTER SWEET SYMPHONY (Verve)
82. (65) TOO CLOSE (Alex Clare)
83. (75) ALL I WANT (Kodaline)
84. (70) DRIVE BY (Train)
85. (71) BENEATH YOUR BEAUTIFUL (Labrinth feat Emeli Sandé)
86. (81) SAVE THE WORLD (Swedish House Mafia)
87. (136) TRY (Pink)
88. (RE) STAND BY ME (Ben E King)

89. (72) WE'LL BE COMING BACK (Calvin Harris feat Example)
90. (RE) APOLOGIZE (Timbaland presents OneRepublic)
91. (68) PLAY HARD (David Guetta feat Ne-Yo & Akon)
92. (36) THE FEELING (DJ Fresh feat RaVaughn)
93. (61) PRINCESS OF CHINA (Coldplay feat Rihanna)
94. (67) AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME (Justin Bieber feat Big Sean)
95. (58) NEW YORK (Angel Haze)
96. (41) RED (Taylor Swift)
97. (NE) DOOM AND GLOOM (Rolling Stones)
98. (80) 212 (Azealia Banks feat Lazy Jay)
99. (95) SEXY AND I KNOW IT (LMFAO)
100. (RE) KISS FROM A ROSE (Seal)
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Postby AutomaticBR » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:45 am

TOP 100 ALBUMS
TW | LW | Album | Artist | Weeks On Chart

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01. (NE) JAKE BUGG (Jake Bugg) 1 wk
02. (01) BABEL (Mumford & Sons) 4 wks
03. (NE) GLASSHEART (Leona Lewis) 1 wk
04. (03) THE 2ND LAW (Muse) 3 wks
05. (RE) HEAVEN (Rebecca Ferguson) 29 wks
06. (NE) THE HAUNTED MAN (Bat For Lashes) 1 wk

07. (02) HALCYON (Ellie Goulding) 2 wks
08. (04) THE TRUTH ABOUT LOVE (Pink) 5 wks
09. (05) OUR VERSION OF EVENTS (Emeli Sandé) 36 wks
10. (NE) THE SINGER (Art Garfunkel) 1 wk
11. (29) + (Ed Sheeran) 58 wks
12. (06) BATTLE BORN (The Killers) 5 wks
13. (16) OVEREXPOSED (Maroon 5) 17 wks
14. (11) BORN TO DIE (Lana Del Rey) 38 wks
15. (12) SIGH NO MORE (Mumford & Sons) 141 wks
16. (NE) BROADSIDE (Bellowhead) 1 wk
17. (10) ALL OVER THE WORLD – THE VERY BEST OF (Electric Light Orchestra) 43 wks
18. (13) #3 (The Script) 6 wks
19. (18) 21 (Adele) 91 wks
20. (23) UP ALL NIGHT (One Direction) 48 wks
21. (NE) GLAD RAG DOLL (Diana Krall) 1 wk
22. (22) MYLO XYLOTO (Coldplay) 52 wks
23. (NE) SUNKEN CONDOS (Donald Fagen) 1 wk
24. (25) SOME NIGHTS (fun.) 22 wks
25. (19) COEXIST (The XX) 6 wks
26. (27) NOTHING BUT THE BEAT 2.0 (David Guetta) 6 wks
27. (15) HIGHER (The Overtones) 3 wks
28. (NE) VOICE FROM ASSISI (Friar Alessandro) 1 wk
29. (20) ¡UNO! (Green Day) 4 wks
30. (26) ILL MANORS (Plan B) 13 wks
31. (07) LONG WAVE (Jeff Lynne) 2 wks
32. (28) AN AWESOME WAVE (Alt-J) 18 wks
33. (17) TOGETHER (Jonathan & Charlotte) 4 wks
34. (35) TALK THAT TALK (Rihanna) 48 wks
35. (33) FALL TO GRACE (Paloma Faith) 21 wks
36. (32) ORA (Rita Ora) 8 wks
37. (37) CEREMONIALS (Florence + The Machine) 51 wks
38. (34) CONTRAST (Conor Maynard) 7 wks
39. (40) EVERY KINGDOM (Ben Howard) 49 wks
40. (41) MY HEAD IS AN ANIMAL (Of Monsters And Men) 8 wks
41. (NE) ALLELUJAH BEND DON'T DECEND (Godspeed You Black Emperor) 1 wk
42. (08) MR BLUE SKY - THE VERY BEST OF (ELO) 2 wks
43. (39) COME OF AGE (Vaccines) 7 wks
44. (80) GREATEST HITS (Squeeze) 14 wks
45. (44) EL CAMINO (The Black Keys) 46 wks
46. (43) NEED YOU NOW (Lady Antebellum) 37 wks
47. (RE) BARCELONA [SPECIAL EDITION] (Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé) 1 wk
48. (14) LONERISM (Tame Impala) 2 wks
49. (42) WHO YOU ARE (Jessie J) 86 wks
50. (36) FIRES (Ronan Keating) 6 wks
51. (NE) THE LUMINEERS (The Lumineers) 1 wk
52. (50) RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN AT THE MOVIES (The John Wilson Orchestra) 3 wks
53. (59) IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW (Olly Murs) 47 wks
54. (47) PINK FRIDAY - ROMAN RELOADED (Nicki Minaj) 29 wks
55. (67) THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION (John Denver) 9 wks
56. (30) NEXTLEVELISM (DJ Fresh) 3 wks
57. (61) CALIFORNIA 37 (Train) 27 wks
58. (NE) COME HOME TO MAMA (Martha Wainwright) 1 wk
59. (53) LIFE IN A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT (Amy MacDonald) 19 wks
60. (63) DEVOTION (Jessie Ware) 8 wks
61. (54) BEACON (Two Door Cinema Club) 7 wks
62. (57) BELIEVE (Justin Bieber) 18 wks
63. (83) TAKE ME HOME (John Denver) 1 wk
64. (09) DON'T PANIC (All Time Low) 2 wks
65. (NE) B3 (Placebo) 1 wk
66. (51) TEMPEST (Bob Dylan) 6 wks
67. (93) LIONESS - HIDDEN TREASURES (Amy Winehouse) 18 wks
68. (56) HERE'S WHAT I BELIEVE (Joe McElderry) 6 wks
69. (62) GREATEST HITS... SO FAR!!! (Pink) 56 wks
70. (NE) LIFE IS ELSEWHERE (Little Comets) 1 wk
71. (65) THE HIPSTERS (Deacon Blue) 4 wks
72. (71) WATCH THE THRONE (Jay-Z & Kanye West) 48 wks
73. (NE) WAKE THE UNION (Show Of Hands) 1 wk
74. (79) THE VERY BEST (INXS) 1 wk

75. (55) STRANGELAND (Keane) 22 wks
76. (38) ANTHEMS (Russell Watson)
77. (48) BORN TO SING: NO PLAN B (Van Morrison)
78. (70) NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS (Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds)
79. (60) KISS (Carly Rae Jepsen)
80. (68) WILD ONES (Flo Rida)
81. (78) 19 (Adele)
82. (58) LIVING THINGS (Linkin Park)
83. (105) AT YOUR INCONVENIENCE (Professor Green)
84. (72) TEENAGE DREAM (Katy Perry)
85. (119) GREATEST HITS (Simon & Garfunkel)
86. (69) SORRY FOR PARTY ROCKING (LMFAO)
87. (NE) TWO ELEVEN (Brandy)
88. (104) BACK TO BLACK (Amy Winehouse)

89. (87) LOUD (Rihanna)
90. (24) THE ORIGIN OF LOVE (Mika)
91. (81) LUNGS (Florence & The Machine)
92. (21) MONSTER (Kiss)
93. (91) SINNERS NEVER SLEEP (You Me At Six)
94. (102) SHIELDS (Gruizzly Bear)
95. (128) FEARLESS (Taylor Swift)

96. (74) THE SELDOM SEEN KID (Elbow)
97. (75) STEREO TYPICAL (Rizzle Kicks)
98. (73) CHANNEL ORANGE (Frank Ocean)
99. (113) HANDWRITTEN (The Gaslight Anthem)
100. (84) TAKE CARE (Drake)
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Postby AutomaticBR » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:46 am

TOP 50 AIRPLAY
TW | LW | Artist | Song

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01 01 Adele Skyfall
02 05 Taylor Swift We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
03 02 The Script Feat. Will.I.Am Hall Of Fame
04 06 Rihanna Diamonds
05 03 Robbie Williams Candy
06 22 Naughty Boy feat. Emeli Sande Wonder
07 04 One Direction Live While We're Young
08 21 Maroon 5 One More Night
09 12 Ellie Goulding Anything Could Happen
10 07 Pink Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
11 19 Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin Don't You Worry Child
12 08 Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen Good Time
13 16 Lawson Standing In The Dark
14 09 Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa Payphone
15 10 Ne-Yo Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)
16 11 Conor Maynard Feat. Ne-Yo Turn Around
17 13 JLS Hottest Girl In The World
18 26 Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch Sweet Nothing
19 14 Little Mix Wings
20 15 Rita Ora How We Do (Party)
21 24 PSY Gangnam Style
22 36 The Wanted I Found You
23 20 Flo-rida I Cry
24 34 Rebecca Ferguson Backtrack
25 48 Olly Murs feat. Flo Rida Troublemaker
26 17 David Guetta feat. Sia She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)
27 32 Otto Knows Million Voices
28 27 StooShe. Black Heart
29 52 Bruno Mars Locked Out Of Heaven
30 98 Mick Hucknall That's How Strong My Love Is
31 74 The Rolling Stones Doom And Gloom
32 NE Kylie Minogue Flower (Abbey Road Session)

33 25 Rudimental feat. John Newman Feel The Love
34 40 Gotye feat. Kimbra Somebody That I Used To Know
35 28 Carly Rae Jepsen Call Me Maybe
36 33 Andy Burrows Because I Know That I Can
37 18 Muse Madness
38 35 Calvin Harris Feat. Example We'll Be Coming Back
39 53 Train & Ashley Monroe Bruises
40 29 Coldplay & Rihanna Princess Of China
41 NE Disclosure feat. Sam Smith Latch
42 38 Train Drive By
43 31 Amelia Lily You Bring Me Joy
44 54 Paloma Faith Never Tear Us Apart
45 42 David Guetta feat. Sia Titanium
46 73 Rita Ora Shine Ya Light
47 88 You Me At Six Reckless

48 37 Pet Shop Boys Leaving
49 47 Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera Moves Like Jagger
50 49 Jessie J Domino
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Postby AutomaticBR » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:49 am

SINGLES

94,154 Calvin Harris/Florence Welch (1)
86,378 Swedish House Mafia/John Martin (2)
62,548 PSY (3)
58,116 Rihanna (4)
46,653 Adele (5)
42,477 Lawson (6)
38,095 Taylor Swift (7)
30,220 Maroon 5 (8)
27,357 Conor Maynard (9)
25,026 Flo Rida (10)
24,175 Leona Lewis/Childish Bambino (13)
22,231 Rebecca Ferguson (15)
20,984 One Direction (16)
14,424 Justin Bieber/Nicki Minaj (20)
9,997 Tyler James (28)
8,475 Jake Bugg (33)
7,395 Taylor Swift [SOG] (36)
7,273 Everything Everything (37)
6,157 Pet Shop Boys (44)
3,421 Ed Sheeran (79)

ALBUMS

35,785 Jake Bugg (1)
28,218 Mumford & Sons (2)
27,462 Leona Lewis (3)
15,303 Muse (4)
13,569 Rebecca Ferguson (5)
13,334 Bat For Lashes (6)
11,082 Ellie Goulding (7)
10,856 P!nk (8)
10,705 Emeli Sande (9)
10,365 Art Garfunkel (10)
8,856 Ed Sheeran (11)
6,291 Bellowhead (16)
6,170 ELO [All Over The World] (17)
5,481 Diana Krall (21)
4,548 Donald Fagin (23)
4,161 Friar Alessandro (28)
3,947 Jeff Lynne (31)
2,863 ELO [Mr Blue Sky] (42)
2,769 Squeeze (44)
2,567 Tame Impala (48)
1,913 All Time Low (64)
1,781 Show Of Hands (73)
1,466 Mika (90)

TO DATE SINGLES

Calvin Harris - We Found Love 1,203,934
Calvin Harris - I'm Not Alone 546,367
Taylor Swift - Love Story 527,444
Florence & The Machine - Spectrum 489,582
Calvin Harris - Bounce 471,371
PSY - Gangnam Style 370,445
Taylor Swift - We Are Never... 301,101
Rihanna - Diamonds 230,142
Adele - Skyfall 223,127
Swedish House Mafia - Don't You Worry Child 221,941
One Direction - Live While We're Young 143,373
Leona Lewis - Trouble 59,200

TO DATE ALBUMS

Leona Lewis - Spirit 3,073,931
Emeli Sande - Our Version Of Events 775,305
ELO - All Around The World [GHs] 726,197
Leona Lewis - Echo 680,680
Mumford & Sons - Babel 302,430
P!nk - The Truth About Love 161,542
Muse - The 2nd Law 151,291
Bellowhead - Hedonism 59,709
Ellie Goulding - Halycon 44,507
Bellowhead - Matachin 24,072
Jeff Lynne - Long Wave 14,576
ELO - Me Blue Sky [GHs] 12,883
All Time Low - DFon't Panic 11,303
Tame Impala - Lonerism 9,383
Mika - The Origin Of Love 6,894

MUSICWEEK ARTICLE

Singles

14 weeks after Florence Welch - aka Florence + The Machine - debuted to number one with Spectrum (Say My Name) thanks largely to a radical remix of the track by Calvin Harris, a full-blown collaboration between the two repeats the feat. In fact, Sweet Nothing, which is credited to Calvin Harris feat. Florence, improves on its illustrious predecessor, with first week sales of 94,154, compared to Spectrum's 64,816. Welch has only topped the chart with Harris but the 28 year old Harris, real name Adam Wiles, previously reached number one in 2008 with Dance Wiv Me (credited to Dizzee Rascal feat. Calvin Harris and Chrome), with 2009 solo single I'm Not Alone and with 2011 monster We Found Love (Rihanna feat. Calvin Harris).

Sweet Nothing is the fifth single from Harris' upcoming third album, 18 Months. Incredibly the first four - Bounce (feat. Kelis), Feel So Close, Let's Go (feat Ne-Yo) and We'll Be Coming Back (feat. Example) - all reached number two. Bounce was the biggest seller of the four, contributing 471,371 sales to Harris' career tally of 4,255,822 singles sales. Only two of his tracks have sold more: We Found Love (1,203,934) and I'm Not Alone (546,367). That tally, incidentally, doesn't include Spectrum, which has sold 489,582 copies thus far.

Swedish House Mafia's Don't You Worry Child dips 1-2 (86,378 sales), while Gangnam Style continues at number three for PSY, with a further 62,548 sales.

Lawson score their third straight Top 10 single in five months with Standing In The Dark debuting at number six (42,477 sales). It follows When She Was Mine, which debuted and peaked at number four (47,511 sales) in June, and Taking Over Me, which scored its first and highest chart placing (number three) on sales of 39,994 copies in August. All three songs are on the quartet's debut album, Chapman Square, which was released today.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Rihanna's Diamonds holds at number four (58,116 sales), Adele's Skyfall descends 2-5 (46,653 sales), Taylor Swift's We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together rallies 12-7 (38,095 sales), One More Nights leaps 18-8 (30,220 sales) to become the sixth Top 10 hit for Maroon 5, Turn Around moves 8-9 (27,357 sales) for Conor Maynard feat. Ne-Yo and I Cry dips 9-10 (25,026 sales) for Flo Rida.

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together has now sold 301,101 copies in nine weeks for Taylor Swift but is still a long way from becoming the 22 year old's biggest seller - her introductory (2009) smash Love Story has sold 527,444 copies to date. We Are... was the first single to be lifted from Swift's fourth album, Red, which was released today. Four other songs from the set released as preview tracks followed it into the Top 40, including State Of Grace, which debuts this week at number 36 (7,395 sales).

Beauty And A Beat sprints 102-20 (14,424 sales) to become the fifth hit from Justin Bieber's third album Believe. Also featuring Nicki Minaj, it is Bieber's 17th Top 75 entry and Minaj's 19th. Not bad, considering neither artist charted before 2010.

Tyler James scores his fourth Top 40 hit, and his second since his career was revitalised by his success on The Voice, debuting at number 28 (9,997 sales) with Single Tear. And Everything Everything become the latest band with an epizeuxisal name to score an epizeuxisal hit, debuting at number 37 with Cough Cough (7,273 sales, one more than required for its sales to be similarly repetitive). The band's uncharted 2008 debut single also had a doubled-up title: Sufragette, Sufragette.

The Pet Shop Boys register their 45th Top 75 hit with Leaving (number 44, 6,157 sales). That's the most for any duo in chart history, with runners-up Erasure (33 hits) and third placed Everly Brothers (30) far behind. Leaving is the second single from the duo's new album Elysium, and easily surpasses the number 86 peak of the first, Winner - possibly because, while Winner was available only digitally and via one CD, Leaving was issued on 7-inch, 12-inch and two CD variants. It duly tops the 12-inch and CD format charts, with sales of 471 on 12-inch and 2,093 on CD - but, as the fourth format, the 7-inch sales are not eligible to contribute to the single's chart position, or to chart in its own right.

Overall singles sales are down 0.84% week-on-week at 3,276,384 - 5.16% above same week 2011 sales of 3,115,481.

Albums

A week after scoring her seventh Top 10 single with Trouble, you'd think that Leona Lewis would be a shoe-in to maintain her 100% record on the album chart but her third album Glassheart opens at number three on sales of 27,462 copies, sensationally losing out to newcomer Jake Bugg's eponymous debut and Mumford & Son's Babel.

27 year old Lewis' introductory 2007 album, Spirit, had higher first week sales than any debut album in history to that point, selling 375,872 copies on its first week in the shops (the record subsequently passed to Susan Boyle, whose 2009 debut I Dreamed A Dream sold 411,820 copies in its first week). Lewis' follow-up Echo had first week sales of 161,929 copies to reach the apex in 2009. Overall, Spirit has sold 3,073,931 copies, and Echo has sold 680,680. Although denied the opportunity to complete her hat trick of number one albums - at least for the present - Lewis remains the only X Factor graduate to have two number ones, although nine others have had one number one album apiece. Trouble is the first single from Glassheart, and falls 7-13 (24,175 sales) on its second week on the chart.

Lewis' nemesis Jake Bugg - an 18 year old folk/rock singer/songwriter from Nottingham - sold 35,785 copies of his self-titled album last week, which has won much critical acclaim without any of five singles taken from it appearing in the Top 40 hitherto. First single Country Song was released in August 2011, and peaked at number 100 in June 2012; March 2012 release Trouble Town failed to make the Top 200; June 2012 single Lightning Bolt reached number 88; August 2012 single Taste It got to number 90. September 2012 single Two Fingers reached number 66 prior to the album's release but sprints 86-33 (8,475 sales) this week. Two Fingers is also Bugg's top radio airplay song, rebounding 79-78 this week to revisit its peak. Lightning Bolt reached number 134, Taste It got to number 498, and the other two didn't make the Top 1,000 radio airplay chart at all.

Bugg's album, incidentally, is only the third number one in chart history to sell more than half of its copies digitally. It sold 130 copies on vinyl (0.36%), and 16,851 copies on CD (47.09%) last week, leaving digital market share at 52.55%. The first number one album to sell more digitally than in all other formats was Nero's Welcome Reality, which racked up 50.95% of its sales on downloads nine weeks ago, and the second was The XX's Coexist, a chart-topper five weeks ago with a digital share of 53.54%.

After returning to number one last week, Bugg's fellow folk/rockers Mumford & Son slip to number two (28,218 sales) with Babel. Elsewhere in the Top 10, Muse slip 3-4 (15,303 sales) with The 2nd Law, Rebecca Ferguson's Heaven re-enters at number five (13,569 sales), Bat For Lashes debuts at number six (13,334 sales) with The Haunted Man, Ellie Goulding's Halcyon dips 2-7 (11,082 sales), Pink's The Truth About Love ebbs 4-8 (10,856 sales), Emeli Sande's Our Version Of Events eases 5-9 (10,705 sales) and Art Garfunkel's The Singer debuts at number 10 (10,365 sales).

The Haunted Man is the second Top 10 entry from three albums issued by Natasha Khan as Bat For Lashes, following Two Suns, which debuted and peaked at number five (22,641 sales) in April 2009. Her September 2006 debut, Fur And Gold debuted at number 156 (1,065 sales) and peaked 51 weeks later at number 48.

Heaven debuted and peaked at number three on sales of 128,458 for seventh season (2010) X Factor runner-up Rebecca Ferguson last December and racks up its ninth week in the Top 10 following the release last week of a deluxe edition, which adds five new tracks, among them the new single Backtrack, which she performed on The X Factor results show eight days ago. Overall sales of Heaven now stand at 554,089. Backtrack also makes a decent splash on the singles chart, where it debuts at number 15 (22,231 sales) to become only the second bona fide hit from the set, following Ferguson's introductory single Nothing Is Real But Love, which got to number 10 last December and has thus far sold 154,099 copies. Three other songs from Heaven have peaked outside the Top 75: Too Good To Lose (number 186), Glitter & Gold (number 116) and Teach Me How To Be Loved (number 128).

Ed Sheeran's + jumps 29-11 (8,856 sales), its powerful resurgence following his appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV, on which he performed a much shortened version of the album track Give Me Love, which shaved more than five minutes off the full length original. Give Me Love makes its Top 200 bow at number 79 (3,421 sales) just failing to become the sixth Top 75 entry from +.

Arguably more faithful to their folk roots than Jake Bugg or Mumford & Son, the hendectet (11 piece) Bellowhead debut at number 16 (6,291 sales) with fourth album Broadside earning them their first ever Top 40 placing. The band's 2006 debut Burlesque has sold 30,186 copies without ever breaching the Top 200, more than 2008 follow-up Matachin which, despite reaching number 73, has sold 24,072 copies. Their third album and biggest seller to this point is 2010's Hedonism, which reached number 57 and has sold 59,709 copies. And, completing a banner week for folk acts, Wake The Union debuts at number 73 (1,781 sales) for Show Of Hands. It might seem like a fairly modest achievement, but it is the first Top 75 entry for the Devon duo, whose only previous Top 200 entry among 15 prior studio albums came in 2009, when their 14th - Arrogance, Ignorance And Greed - got to number 170.

Completing this week's Top 40 debuts, Diana Krall's Glad Rag Doll debuts at number 21 (5,481 sales), Donald Fagen's Sunken Condos debuts at number 23 (4,548 sales) and Friar Alessandro's Voice From Assisi debuts at number 28 (4,161 sales). Although well down on the number 11 debut/peak of her last album - 2009's Quiet Nights - Glad Rag Doll is 47 year old Canadian jazz singer Krall's eighth chart album, and means she still has bragging rights over husband Elvis Costello, whose own last studio set, National Ransom, peaked at number 71 in 2010. Sunken Condos is 64 year old Steely Dan vocalist Donald Fagen's fourth solo album, arriving six years after the third, Morph The Cat, reached number 35. Voice From Assisi is the debut album for Franciscan friar Alessandro Brustenghi from Italy.

Elsewhere on the album chart there are big second week drops for Tame Impala's Lonerism (14-48, 2,567 sales) All Time Low's Don't Panic (9-64, 1,913 sales), and Mika's The Origin Of Love (24-90, 1,466 sales). Similarly, both of Jeff Lynne's new albums are in rapid freefall. Long Wave dips 7-31 (3,947 sales), while Mr Blue Sky: The Very Best Of ELO falls 8-42 (2,863 sales). The other ELO set, All Over The World: The Very Best Of - a 2007 compilation consisting of original recordings by the group - falls 10-17 (6,170 sales). All previously benefitted from an ELO night on BBC 4. A similar sequence of programmes based around Squeeze helps the Deptford band's 1992 number six compilation Greatest Hits to re-enter the chart at number 44 (2,769 sales). It last charted in 1996.

Now That's What I Call Music! 82 tops the compilation chart for the 13th week in a row, on sales of 13,306 copies.

Overall album sales are down 2.26% week-on-week at 1,461,082 - 12.24% below same week 2011 sales of 1,664,893.

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Postby Chun » Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:45 am

Will Leaving by the Pet Shop Boys enter the top 40? Please post here as soon as you know. Thanks.
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Postby arab » Sun Oct 21, 2012 1:02 pm

chun1702 wrote:Will Leaving by the Pet Shop Boys enter the top 40? Please post here as soon as you know. Thanks.
No PSB in top 40, sorry
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Postby Chun » Sun Oct 21, 2012 1:30 pm

thank you :cry:
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Postby tada » Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:23 pm

i'm so f-cking pissed-off...Leona going only Top 3 :x :x :x :x :x :x :cry: :cry: :evil: :evil: :evil: :oops: :oops:
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Postby Graham76man » Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:26 pm

11 X-Factor acts now in the top 100. But sales for them not as good as last week!
Pet Shop Boys 86 :(
Sorry :)
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Postby Chun » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:16 pm

..and on the official chart?
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Postby Charter2000 » Sun Oct 21, 2012 6:01 pm

chun1702 wrote:..and on the official chart?
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Postby brettyboy » Sun Oct 21, 2012 6:13 pm

UK Top 40 Chart Summary:

Number 1: Calvin Harris & Florence Welch’s ‘Sweet nothing’ (Highest New Entry)
Last week’s number 1: Swedish House Mafia’s ‘Don’t you worry child’ at 2.

Also new: Lawson’s ‘Standing in the dark’ at 6, Rebecca Ferguson’s ‘Backtrack’ at 15, Justin Bieber & Nicki Minaj’s ‘Beauty and a beat’ at 20, Tyler James’ ‘Single tear’ at 28, Taylor Swift’s ‘State of grace’ at 36, Everything Everything’s ‘Cough cough’ at 37 and Jake Bugg’s ‘Two fingers’ at 33.

Climbing: Taylor Swift’s ‘We are never ever getting back together’ up 5 to 7, Maroon Five’s ‘One more night’ up 10 to 8, Disclosure’s ‘Latch’ up 9 to 17 and Paloma Faith’s ‘Never tear us apart’ up 3 to 24.

Re-entering: John Denver’s ‘Annie’s song’ at 38.
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Postby Charter2000 » Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:24 pm

Any sales numbers?
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Postby Gambo » Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:35 pm

It seems that without a user of this site who can access the Music Week resume of the week's sales performances via their site and copy it over to the weekly chart thread here, we will have to go without. I'd happily do this myself, but alas one has to be a paid subscriber to MW's site to get access to it, and I am not one of those hallowed few.

Someone could always buy the actual mag and transcribe it for everyone's delectation, but besides that seeming like a hopeless faff in this labour-saving age of cutting 'n' pasting, the cost of it probably wouldn't justify it either (over a fiver!).
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Postby Chun » Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:10 pm

You can try out the subscription for free, for one month. I did this last year.
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Postby AutomaticBR » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:16 pm

This might come as a surprise to "some people" here, but....

All charts updated! :lol:

I feel like I own an explanation to all of you here. In the past few months I've been very absent from UKMix, specially from doing these charts threads because there were a lot of things going on in my personal life and I was not feeling very well, physically but specially mentally. Not that I'm feelin' 100% now, but I'm feeling a little better, maybe because I'm on vacation from work too :lol: so I decided to complete these threads. I have thought about stop doing them quite a few times, but at the same time, I'm such a freak for having things on the same pattern, organized, that for now I just can't. But if, eventually, I decide to really stop doing those threads, I hope someone can do them in my place on the same way they are being done for years now, even before I steped up for this.

I can't promise you guys that I'll update all threads now, but slowly, I hope I find the strength and time to do this. It might not look like, but I just marked on the clock and for me to gather the charts, edit them, find the covers and put all up here, I spent at least 40 minutes for the UK thread, while the US thread takes much longer, so with me working in another city and not staying at home much time of the day, it's not that easy, specially with so many threads that need to be updated right now, but I'll focus on doing the most recent ones first and if anyone has a suggestion of how could I do this faster, please say. I swear I'm a fast typer, it's just that manually doing everything really takes time!

If you enjoy following these threads, please manifest your opinion about this. Sorry that I let you guys down, but it wasn't because I wanted to, it wasn't intentionally done, it's hard to explain, even harder to understand, but I hope you guys do and forgive me.

Thanks for your attention and patience.


EDIT: the 20/10 thread is updated as well.
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Postby AutomaticBR » Thu Oct 25, 2012 8:16 pm

Charter2000 wrote:Any sales numbers?
I believe that all that were published by MW are just posted above now ;)
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Postby Haribo » Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:24 pm

AutomaticBR wrote:TO DATE ALBUMS

Leona Lewis - Spirit 3,073,931
:o :o :o 8-) 8-) 8-)
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Postby GUS » Fri Oct 26, 2012 1:39 am

tada wrote:i'm so f-cking pissed-off...Leona going only Top 3 :x :x :x :x :x :x :cry: :cry: :evil: :evil: :evil: :oops: :oops:
Leona looses sales massively album after album.
376K, 162K and now only 27K :o Her next album will be her "Spirit indestructible" if this patern continues.
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Postby marcsgirl85 » Fri Oct 26, 2012 1:22 pm

Leona's disapointing Debut has a lot of factors not the least of which is pushbacks Glass Heart may fail to go gold in the UK
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