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    by » Sun October 28th, 2012, 18:54

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



    01. (85) BENEATH YOUR BEAUTIFUL (Labrinth feat Emeli Sandé) 2 wks
    02. (02) DON'T YOU WORRY CHILD (Swedish House Mafia feat John Martin) 3 wks
    03. (01) SWEET NOTHING (Calvin Harris feat Florence Welch) 2 wks
    04. (04) DIAMONDS (Rihanna) 4 wks
    05. (03) GANGNAM STYLE (Psy) 8 wks
    06. (NE) HOTTEST GIRL IN THE WORLD (JLS) 1 wk
    07. (05) SKYFALL (Adele) 4 wks
    08. (08) ONE MORE NIGHT (Maroon 5) 4 wks
    09. (07) WE ARE NEVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER (Taylor Swift) 10 wks
    10. (NE) WONDER (Naughty Boy feat Emeli Sande) 1 wk
    11. (06) STANDING IN THE DARK (Lawson) 2 wks
    12. (17) LATCH (Disclosure feat Sam Smith) 3 wks
    13. (10) I CRY (Flo Rida) 8 wks
    14. (12) SHE WOLF (FALLING TO PIECES) (David Guetta feat Sia) 7 wks
    15. (14) HALL OF FAME (The Script feat Will.I.Am) 8 wks
    16. (09) TURN AROUND (Conor Maynard feat Ne-Yo) 7 wks
    17. (11) ANYTHING COULD HAPPEN (Ellie Goulding) 4 wks
    18. (20) BEAUTY AND A BEAT (Justin Bieber feat Nicki Minaj) 2 wks
    19. (16) LIVE WHILE WE'RE YOUNG (One Direction) 4 wks
    20. (15) BACKTRACK (Rebecca Ferguson) 2 wks
    21. (NE) FLAWS (Bastille) 1 wk
    22. (18) LET ME LOVE YOU (UNTIL YOU LEARN TO LOVE YOURSELF) (Ne-Yo) 8 wks
    23. (45) HO HEY (The Lumineers) 2 wks
    24. (19) MILLION VOICES (Otto Knows) 10 wks
    25. (13) TROUBLE (Leona Lewis feat Childish Gambino) 3 wks
    26. (21) WINGS (Little Mix) 9 wks
    27. (30) READ ALL ABOUT IT PT 3 (Emeli Sandé) 13 wks
    28. (33) TWO FINGERS (Jake Bugg) 3 wks
    29. (24) NEVER TEAR US APART (Paloma Faith) 5 wks
    30. (23) GOOD TIME (Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen) 10 wks
    31. (22) I WILL WAIT (Mumford & Sons) 7 wks
    32. (25) CLIQUE (Kanye West feat Jay-Z & Big Sean) 7 wks
    33. (39) LITTLE TALKS (Of Monsters And Men) 12 wks
    34. (26) VA VA VOOM (Nicki Minaj) 5 wks
    35. (32) SPECTRUM (SAY MY NAME) (Florence + The Machine) 16 wks
    36. (86) SAVE THE WORLD (Swedish House Mafia) 14 wks
    37. (65) SCREAM (Usher) 13 wks
    38. (31) SOME NIGHTS (fun.) 12 wks
    39. (57) TITANIUM (David Guetta feat Sia) 45 wks
    40. (29) YOU BRING ME JOY (Amelia Lily) 7 wks
    41. (47) GREYHOUND (Swedish House Mafia) 23 wks
    42. (34) BLOW ME (ONE LAST KISS) (Pink) 8 wks
    43. (40) PAYPHONE (Maroon 5 feat Wiz Khalifa) 19 wks
    44. (49) RUN BOY RUN (Woodkid) 3 wks
    45. (35) BOM BOM (Sam & The Womp) 10 wks
    46. (42) DON'T JUDGE ME (Chris Brown) 3 wks
    47. (28) SINGLE TEAR (Tyler James) 2 wks
    48. (58) ONE DAY/RECKONING SONG (Asaf Avidan & The Mojos) 3 wks
    49. (62) GOOD INTENTIONS (Dappy) 6 wks
    50. (NE) EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED (Taylor Swift feat Ed Sheeran) 1 wk
    51. (46) CALL ME MAYBE (Carly Rae Jepsen) 30 wks
    52. (52) WE ARE YOUNG (fun. feat Janelle Monae) 29 wks
    53. (27) I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLE (Taylor Swift) 3 wks
    54. (43) FEEL THE LOVE (Rudimental feat John Newman) 22 wks
    55. (153) AU SÈVE (Julio Bashmore) 1 wk
    56. (126) EARTHQUAKE (Labrinth feat Tinie Tempah)

    57. (53) STARSHIPS (Nicki Minaj) 37 wks
    58. (41) I WON'T GIVE UP (Jason Mraz) 27 wks
    59. (37) COUGH COUGH (Everything Everything) 2 wks
    60. (87) TRY (Pink) 1 wk
    61. (63) N****S IN PARIS (Jay-Z & Kanye West) 36 wks
    62. (48) HOW WE DO (PARTY) (Rita Ora) 11 wks
    63. (38) ANNIE'S SONG (John Denver) 17 wks
    64. (76) RULE THE WORLD (Take That)
    65. (54) BANGARANG (Skrillex feat Sirah) 27 wks
    66. (50) SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW (Gotye feat Kimbra) 42 wks
    67. (64) WHISTLE (Flo Rida) 21 wks
    68. (61) BLACK HEART (StooShe) 19 wks
    69. (66) POUND THE ALARM (Nicki Minaj) 19 wks
    70. (77) TAKING OVER ME (Lawson)
    71. (84) DRIVE BY (Train)
    72. (NE) FOOLS (Lauren Aquilina) 1 wk
    73. (NE) YIN YANG (Dappy) 1 wk
    74. (NE) HOLDIN' ON (Monsta) 1 wk

    75. (73) NEED YOU NOW (Lady Antebellum) 35 wks
    76. (82) TOO CLOSE (Alex Clare)
    77. (72) HEATWAVE (Wiley feat Rhymez & Ms D)
    78. (157) EXPRESS YOURSELF (Labrinth)
    79. (80) WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL (One Direction)
    80. (99) SEXY AND I KNOW IT (LMFAO)
    81. (125) PICKING UP THE PIECES (Paloma Faith)
    82. (NE) LIGHT UP THE WORLD (Steps)

    83. (71) SO GOOD (B.o.B)
    84. (96) RED (Taylor Swift)
    85. (51) MADNESS (Muse)
    86. (RE) I CAN'T MAKE YOU LOVE ME (Adele)
    87. (94) AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME (Justin Bieber feat Big Sean)
    88. (160) NEXT TO ME (Emeli Sandé)
    89. (RE) THRILLER (Michael Jackson)

    90. (78) WHEREVER YOU WILL GO (The Calling)
    91. (75) PURPLE RAIN (Prince & The Revolution)
    92. (55) LOVE STORY (Taylor Swift)
    93. (93) PRINCESS OF CHINA (Coldplay feat Rihanna)
    94. (101) TURN ME ON (Kevin Lyttle)
    95. (69) UNDER THE SUN (Cheryl)
    96. (192) ANGELS (The XX)
    97. (151) MY KIND OF LOVE (Emeli Sandé)

    98. (89) WE'LL BE COMING BACK (Calvin Harris feat Example)
    99. (74) HARDER THAN YOU THINK (Public Enemy)
    100. (112) MOVES LIKE JAGGER (Maroon 5 feat Christina Aguilera)

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    by » Sun October 28th, 2012, 18:54

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



    01. (NE) RED (Taylor Swift) 1 wk
    02. (09) OUR VERSION OF EVENTS (Emeli Sandé) 37 wks
    03. (01) JAKE BUGG (Jake Bugg) 2 wks
    04. (NE) CHAPMAN SQUARE (Lawson) 1 wk
    05. (02) BABEL (Mumford & Sons) 5 wks
    06. (NE) BAD INTENTIONS (Dappy) 1 wk
    07. (NE) SONGS FROM THE MOVIES... AND MORE (Daniel O'Donnell) 1 wk

    08. (04) THE 2ND LAW (Muse) 4 wks
    09. (35) FALL TO GRACE (Paloma Faith) 22 wks
    10. (03) GLASSHEART (Leona Lewis) 2 wks
    11. (08) THE TRUTH ABOUT LOVE (Pink) 6 wks
    12. (110) ELECTRONIC EARTH (Labrinth) 25 wks
    13. (NE) HOUSE OF GOLD & BONES – PART 1 (Stone Sour) 1 wk

    14. (05) HEAVEN (Rebecca Ferguson) 30 wks
    15. (12) BATTLE BORN (The Killers) 6 wks
    16. (NE) GOOD KID, M.A.A.D CITY (Kendrick Lamar) 1 wk
    17. (40) MY HEAD IS AN ANIMAL (Of Monsters And Men) 9 wks
    18. (20) UP ALL NIGHT (One Direction) 49 wks
    19. (07) HALCYON (Ellie Goulding) 3 wks
    20. (11) + (Ed Sheeran) 59 wks
    21. (14) BORN TO DIE (Lana Del Rey) 39 wks
    22. (NE) 20 (Kate Rusby) 1 wk
    23. (13) OVEREXPOSED (Maroon 5) 18 wks
    24. (NE) GENESIS REVISITED II (Steve Hackett) 1 wk
    25. (19) 21 (Adele) 92 wks
    26. (15) SIGH NO MORE (Mumford & Sons) 142 wks
    27. (32) AN AWESOME WAVE (Alt-J) 19 wks
    28. (18) #3 (The Script) 7 wks
    29. (51) THE LUMINEERS (The Lumineers) 2 wks
    30. (10) THE SINGER (Art Garfunkel) 2 wks
    31. (22) MYLO XYLOTO (Coldplay) 53 wks
    32. (26) NOTHING BUT THE BEAT 2.0 (David Guetta) 7 wks
    33. (24) SOME NIGHTS (fun.) 23 wks
    34. (37) CEREMONIALS (Florence + The Machine) 52 wks
    35. (29) ¡UNO! (Green Day) 5 wks
    36. (06) THE HAUNTED MAN (Bat For Lashes) 2 wks
    37. (25) COEXIST (The XX) 7 wks
    38. (17) ALL OVER THE WORLD – THE VERY BEST OF (Electric Light Orchestra) 44 wks
    39. (30) ILL MANORS (Plan B) 14 wks
    40. (27) HIGHER (The Overtones) 4 wks
    41. (34) TALK THAT TALK (Rihanna) 49 wks
    42. (28) VOICE FROM ASSISI (Friar Alessandro) 2 wks
    43. (57) CALIFORNIA 37 (Train) 28 wks
    44. (39) EVERY KINGDOM (Ben Howard) 50 wks
    45. (36) ORA (Rita Ora) 9 wks
    46. (NE) SO [25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION] (Peter Gabriel) 1 wk
    47. (33) TOGETHER (Jonathan & Charlotte) 5 wks
    48. (46) NEED YOU NOW (Lady Antebellum) 38 wks
    49. (47) BARCELONA [SPECIAL EDITION] (Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé) 2 wks
    50. (60) DEVOTION (Jessie Ware) 9 wks
    51. (RE) FOOLS AND WORTHLESS LIARS (Deaf Havana) 2 wks
    52. (53) IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW (Olly Murs) 48 wks
    53. (43) COME OF AGE (Vaccines) 8 wks
    54. (49) WHO YOU ARE (Jessie J) 87 wks
    55. (38) CONTRAST (Conor Maynard) 8 wks
    56. (31) LONG WAVE (Jeff Lynne) 3 wks
    57. (NE) NOW (Dionne Warwick) 1 wk
    58. (67) LIONESS - HIDDEN TREASURES (Amy Winehouse) 19 wks
    59. (45) EL CAMINO (The Black Keys) 47 wks
    60. (54) PINK FRIDAY - ROMAN RELOADED (Nicki Minaj) 30 wks
    61. (16) BROADSIDE (Bellowhead) 2 wks
    62. (21) GLAD RAG DOLL (Diana Krall) 2 wks
    63. (52) RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN AT THE MOVIES (The John Wilson Orchestra) 4 wks
    64. (61) BEACON (Two Door Cinema Club) 8 wks
    65. (62) BELIEVE (Justin Bieber) 19 wks
    66. (59) LIFE IN A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT (Amy MacDonald) 20 wks
    67. (69) GREATEST HITS... SO FAR!!! (Pink) 57 wks
    68. (55) THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION (John Denver) 10 wks
    69. (74) THE VERY BEST (INXS) 2 wks
    70. (81) 19 (Adele)
    71. (23) SUNKEN CONDOS (Donald Fagen) 2 wks
    72. (82) LIVING THINGS (Linkin Park)
    73. (63) TAKE ME HOME (John Denver) 2 wks
    74. (72) WATCH THE THRONE (Jay-Z & Kanye West) 49 wks
    75. (41) ALLELUJAH! DON'T BEND! ASCEND! (Godspeed You! Black Emperor) 2 wks
    76. (75) STRANGELAND (Keane)
    77. (50) FIRES (Ronan Keating)
    78. (48) LONERISM (Tame Impala)
    79. (56) NEXTLEVELISM (DJ Fresh)
    80. (91) LUNGS (Florence & The Machine)
    81. (85) GREATEST HITS (Simon & Garfunkel)
    82. (86) SORRY FOR PARTY ROCKING (LMFAO)
    83. (83) AT YOUR INCONVENIENCE (Professor Green)
    84. (80) WILD ONES (Flo Rida)
    85. (42) MR BLUE SKY - THE VERY BEST OF (ELO)
    86. (84) TEENAGE DREAM (Katy Perry)
    87. (93) SINNERS NEVER SLEEP (You Me At Six)
    88. (122) LONELY ARE THE BRAVE (Maverick Sabre)
    89. (79) KISS (Carly Rae Jepsen)
    90. (68) HERE'S WHAT I BELIEVE (Joe McElderry)
    91. (99) HANDWRITTEN (The Gaslight Anthem)
    92. (134) THE VERY BEST OF (Andy Williams)
    93. (78) NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS (Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds)
    94. (96) THE SELDOM SEEN KID (Elbow)
    95. (94) SHIELDS (Gruizzly Bear)
    96. (66) TEMPEST (Bob Dylan)
    97. (97) STEREO TYPICAL (Rizzle Kicks)
    98. (98) CHANNEL ORANGE (Frank Ocean)
    99. (125) DOO-WOPS & HOOLIGANS (Bruno Mars)
    100. (89) LOUD (Rihanna)

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    by » Sun October 28th, 2012, 19:05

    TOP 50 AIRPLAY
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    01 01 04 Adele Skyfall
    02 04 04 Rihanna Diamonds
    03 08 03 Maroon 5 One More Night
    04 05 07 Robbie Williams Candy
    05 03 11 The Script Feat. Will.I.Am Hall Of Fame
    06 02 09 Taylor Swift We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
    07 11 04 Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin Don't You Worry Child
    08 13 06 Lawson Standing In The Dark
    09 17 05 JLS Hottest Girl In The World
    10 06 04 Naughty Boy feat. Emeli Sande Wonder
    11 12 11 Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen Good Time
    12 10 15 Pink Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
    13 18 4 Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch Sweet Nothing
    14 14 23 Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa Payphone
    15 15 10 Ne-Yo Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself)
    16 44 02 Paloma Faith Never Tear Us Apart
    17 07 05 One Direction Live While We're Young
    18 25 03 Olly Murs feat. Flo Rida Troublemaker
    19 22 05 The Wanted I Found You
    20 NE 01 Labrinth feat. Emeli Sande Beneath Your Beautiful
    21 31 02 The Rolling Stones Doom And Gloom
    22 09 07 Ellie Goulding Anything Could Happen
    23 16 06 Conor Maynard Feat. Ne-Yo Turn Around
    24 56 01 Alicia Keys Girl On Fire
    25 20 16 Rita Ora How We Do (Party)
    26 35 31 Carly Rae Jepsen Call Me Maybe
    27 29 02 Bruno Mars Locked Out Of Heaven
    28 19 12 Little Mix Wings
    29 21 05 PSY Gangnam Style
    30 30 02 Mick Hucknall That's How Strong My Love Is
    31 23 06 Flo-rida I Cry
    32 46 02 Rita Ora Shine Ya Light
    33 75 01 Tyler James Single Tear
    34 60 01 Wiley feat. Skepta, JME and Ms D Can You Hear Me? (ayayaya)

    35 27 05 Otto Knows Million Voices
    36 42 31 Train Drive By
    37 28 22 StooShe. Black Heart
    38 78 01 Jake Bugg Two Fingers
    39 50 43 Jessie J Domino
    40 49 65 Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera Moves Like Jagger
    41 39 02 Train & Ashley Monroe Bruises
    42 45 39 David Guetta feat. Sia Titanium
    43 41 02 Disclosure feat. Sam Smith Latch
    44 26 07 David Guetta feat. Sia She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)
    45 59 31 Kelly Clarkson Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)
    46 61 14 Karmin Brokenhearted
    47 55 17 Lady Antebellum Need You Now

    48 38 18 Calvin Harris Feat. Example We'll Be Coming Back
    49 40 25 Coldplay & Rihanna Princess Of China
    50 70 01 StooShe. Waterfalls

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    by » Sun October 28th, 2012, 19:35

    SINGLES

    107,775 Labrinth/Emeli Sande (1)
    86,198 Swedish House Mafia/John Martin (2)
    56,546 Calvin Harris/Florence Welch (3)
    53,121 Rihanna (4)
    51,126 PSY (5)
    45,085 JLS (6)
    44,725 Adele (7)
    37,004 Maroon 5 (8)
    33,737 Taylor Swift [We Are...] (9)
    28,534 Naughty Boy/Emeli Sande (10)
    27,990 Lawson (11)
    14,992 Bastille (21)
    13,654 The Lumineers (23)
    6,022 Asaf Avidan & The Mojos (48)
    5,630 Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran (50)
    3,509 Dappy [Yin Yang] (73)
    3,118 Steps (82)

    ALBUMS

    61,779 Taylor Swift (1)
    37,654 Emeli Sande (2)
    21,471 Jake Bugg (3)
    21,168 Lawson (4)
    21,072 Mumford & Sons (5)
    12,504 Dappy (6)
    11,462 Daniel O'Donnell (7)
    11,365 Muse (8)
    10,798 Paloma Faith (9)
    10,268 Leona Lewis (10)
    9,247 Labrinth (12)
    9,206 Stone Sour (13)
    7,141 Kendrick Lamar (16)
    5,876 Kate Rusby (22)
    5,962 Steve Hackett (24)
    5,122 The Lumineers (29)
    4,985 Art Garfunkel (30)
    3,991 Bat For Lashes (36)
    2,978 Peter Gabriel (46)
    2,384 Dionne Warrick (57)
    2,160 Bellowhead (61)
    709 Slow Of Hands (180)

    COMPILATIONS

    55,407 Swedish House Mafia
    13,710 NOW 82 (2)

    TO DATE SINGLES

    PSY - Gangnam Style 421,571
    Taylor Swift - (We Are Never...) 334,838
    Swedish House Mafia - Don't You Worry Child 308,139
    Rihanna - Diamonds 283,263
    Adele - Skyfall 267,852
    Calvin Harris/Florence Welch - 150,700
    Lawson - Standing In The Dark 70,467
    Asaf Avidan & The Mojos - One Day 22,654

    TO DATE ALBUMS

    Emeli Sande - Our Version Of Events 812,960
    Adele - [21] 703,696 (2012 total)
    Mumford & Sons - Babel 323,502
    Paloma Faith - Fall To Grace 248,315
    Muse - The 2nd Law 162,656
    Jake Bugg - Jake Bugg 57,256
    Leona Lewis - Glassheart 37,730
    Bat For Lashes - The Haunted Man 17,325
    Art Garfunkel - The Singer 15,690

    MUSICWEEK ARTICLE

    Singles

    Technically a re-entry to the Top 75 - it reached number 71 a fortnight ago - Beneath Your Beautiful rockets 85-1 for Labrinth feat. Emeli Sande, following the duo's performance of the track on The X Factor results show on 21 October. Its sales leaping 3340.00% week-on-week to 107,775, it is Labrinth's first number one. Hhe reached number two twice with Tinie Tempah on Frisky in 2010 and Earthquake in 2011. Sande previously topped the chart, partnering Professor Green on Read All About It last year.

    Beneath Your Beautiful is the sixth Top 75 single from Labrinth's debut solo album Electronic Earth in April - and one of eight on Emeli Sande's newly expanded debut album Our Version Of Events. Both albums make big jumps this week after being retooled. Labrinth's surges 110-12 (9,247 sales), following the release of a deluxe edition, which adds a second CD, comprising two new songs (T.O.P. and Up In Flames) and seven mixes of previously issued material. Sande's album's new special edition remains a single disc but adds five new tracks including both Beneath Your Beautiful and Wonder. The latter track - credited to Naughty Boy feat. Emeli Sande - debuts this week at number 10 (28,534 sales), and will also be featured on Naughty Boy's debut album, Hotel Cabana, for which no release date has yet been set.

    JLS also appeared on The X Factor results show to publicise their new single, Hottest Girl In The World - but after a strong start which saw it rank third on the first of the midweek sales flashes on Tuesday, it weakened and ended up debuting at number six (45,085 sales). The band's 10th Top 10 hit (11 if you count charity collaboration Wishing On A Star), it is the first single from their fourth album Evolution, which drops next Monday (5th November).

    Elsewhere in the Top 10, Swedish House Mafia's Don't You Worry Child holds firm at number two with sales down just 0.20% week-on-week at 86,198, Sweet Nothing falls 1-3 (56,546 sales) for Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch, Rihanna's Diamonds logs its third straight week at number four (53,121 sales), Gangnam Style declines 3-5 (51,126 sales) for PSY, Skyfall dips 5-7 (4,725 sales) for Adele, One More Night stalls at number eight (37,004 sales) for Maroon 5 and We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together slips 7-9 (33,737 sales) for Taylor Swift.

    London band Bastille make their chart debut with Flaws (number 21, 14,992 sales), while US band The Lumineers claim a Top 40 placing for the first time with Ho Hey - the soundtrack to the new E.On Energy TV advertising campaign - vaulting 45-23 (13,654 sales). The Lumineers' self-titled debut album also climbs 22 places on its second week, advancing 51-29 (5,122 sales).

    A huge hit on the continent, Israeli singer Asaf Avidan & The Mojos' One Day/Reckoning Song contionues its stealthy ascent of the chart, which has seen it move 64-58-48 in the last fortnight. It sold 6,022 copies last week, raising its cumulative sales since first being made available eight weeks ago to 22,654

    It is just over a year since the reconvened Steps topped the album chart with The Ultimate Collection. The group's first single since then, Light Up The World, is off to a less steptacular start, however, debuting at number 82 (3,118 sales). Their album of the same name, an unusual compromise between regular and Christmas songs, follows on 12 November.

    Overall singles sales are up 1.91% week-on-week at 3,339,049 - 1.79% above same week 2011 sales of 3,280,199.

    Albums

    Spawning five Top 40 singles in the 10 weeks before it was released, Taylor Swift's fourth album Red makes its expected debut atop the album chart, after achieving first week sales of 61,779 copies.

    22 year old Swift has come a long way since her self-titled 2007 debut, which sold only 38 copies the week of its release, and peaked 94 weeks later at number 81 - by which time her second album, Fearless had debuted and peaked at number five with first week sales of 33,829, sparked by the success of her first hit single, Love Story. Swift's third album, Speak Now, debuted and peaked at number six (28,223 sales) two years ago this week.

    Red is the first album by a female country singer to top the chart since 1999, when Shania Twain's Come On Over reached number one, and it is the first number one album by an act that is perceived as country since The Eagles' reunion album Long Road Out Of Eden topped the chart five years ago this week. One of 10 Swift recordings old and new in the Top 200 this week, Red's bona fide single We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together moves 7-9 with a further 33,737 sales. Although, as noted last week, it is her second biggest seller, some distance behind Love Story, it has now spent nine of its 10 weeks on release in the Top 10, whereas Love Story spent only seven weeks in the Top 10. A sixth song from Red - Everything Has Changed, featuring Ed Sheeran - enters the Top 75 this week, debuting at number 50 (5,630 sales).

    Swift's fast start put paid to any immediate hopes that Emeli Sande had of returning to number one with her debut album, Our Version Of Events, following its release in a special edition. Number one on four separate occasions for a total of five weeks since its release in February, Our Version Of Events dashes 9-2 (37,654 sales). Already the year's biggest seller, it furthers its lead, with a to date tally of 812,960 sales, compared to runner-up Adele's 2012 tally of 703,696 with 21. Our Version Of Events has remained in the Top 10 throughout its 37 week chart run and with Beneath Your Beautiful and Wonder - both of which are covered in more depth in the singles analysis - among the tracks added to its new incarnation, the album has now spun off eight Top 75 entries.

    Although Lawson is one of the top new bands of 2012 with three Top 10 singles in less than six months, said singles haven't had much staying power, with a week each in the top tier. First hit When She Was Mine slumped 4-24 on its second week, while follow-up Taking Over Me slid 3-17. Latest single Standing In The Dark debuted at number six last week and now falls to number 11 (27,990 sales) while the band's introductory album, Chapman Square, debuts at number four (21,168 sales).

    The first member of N-Dubz to release a solo album, Dappy debuts at number six (12,504 sales) with Good Intentions. Home to the hits No Regrets (number one), Rockstar (feat. Brian May, number two), I'm Coming (number 35), Good Intentions (number 12) and Yin Yang, which debuts at number 73 (3,509 sales), it matches the peak of the highest charting of N-Dubz' albums, 2009's Against All Odds.

    50 year old Irish crooner Daniel O'Donnell maintains his record of having had at least one chart album every year since his chart debut, with Songs From The Movies And More debuting at number seven (11,462 sales). It is the 25th year in a row that O'Donnell has charted - he started in 1988 - a record no other act can match. Songs From The Movies... is O'Donnell's 15th Top 20 album since 2000 - another unmatched record. It is also his 29th Top 40 album, and his 33rd Top 75 album - both records for an Irish act.

    American hard rock band Stone Sour's fourth studio album, House Of Gold & Bones: Part 1 debuts at number 13 (9,206 sales), ending their previously ever ascendant run - last album Audio Secrecy debuted and peaked at number six in 2010, selling 14,647 copies on its introductory frame.

    Californian rapper Kendrick Lamar's Swimming Pools (Drank) surfaced briefly on the singles chart a couple of weeks ago, reaching number 63. His album Good Kid, M.A.A.D City fares better, debuting at number 16 (7,141 sales).

    Two former members of Genesis are back in the chart. 62 year old Steve Hackett, who was a member of the band between 1971 and 1977 and also had success with GTR, nakedly revisits his heritage with Genesis Revisted II - reinterpretations of their canon majoring on guitar-based material - which debuts at number 24 (5,692 sales). It is the ninth of more than 20 solo albums he has released to make the Top 75, and the first since 1984. Solo, it is his follow-up to Beyond The Shrouded Horizon, which reached only number 133 last year, although he joined with Chris Squire from Yes as Squackett for the album A Life Within A Day, which reached number 141 in June. Thematically, it is his follow-up to Genesis Revisited, number 95 in 1997. Peter Gabriel, who served as Genesis' lead singer from its 1967 inception to 1975, re-enters at number 46 (2,978 sales) with his 1986 chart-topper So, which is newly remastered and reissued in an expanded '25th anniversary edition', which is a little late arriving, since the original So came out more than 26 years ago.

    An appearance on the Strictly Come Dancing results show worked wonders for Dionne Warwick, whose new album Now debuts at number 57 (2,384 sales). Including both re-recordings of her classic Bacharach/David hits like Don't Make Me Over, Reach Out For Me and Always Something There To Remind Me as well as her version of Albert Hammond's 99 Miles From LA and Ronnie Milsap's Almost Like A Song, it is the 71 year old singer's first chart appearance with new recordings since 1994, when she partnered Placido Domingo for the number 60 album, Christmas In Vienna II.

    The revival of interest in folk-related music continues apace. Jake Bugg's self-titled debut falls 1-3 (21,471 sales), Mumford & Sons' Babel slides 2-5 (21,072 sales), Bellowhead's Broadside sinks 16-61 (2,1660 sales) and Show Of Hands' Wake The Union dives 73-180 (709 sales) - but Kate Rusby scores the highest charting album of her career, with 11th solo studio set 20 (number 22, 5,876 sales), which comprises largely of new versions of songs she has recorded before. Rusby previously got as high as number 32 with 2007's Awkward Annie but only number 99 with 2010's Make The Light and number 91 with 2011 seasonal set While Mortals Sleep, her most recent releases.

    A new edition of Paloma Faith's second album Fall To Grace adds recent number 16 hit Never Tear Us Apart, and powers the album 35-9 (10,798 sales). Resuming its Top 10 career after a seven week interruption, the album debuted and peaked at number two in June and has sold 248,315 copies in a 22 week chart career, during which it has never fallen out of the Top 40.

    The 2nd Law slips 4-8 (11,365 sales) on its fourth week for Muse, while Leona Lewis' Glassheart falls 3-10 (10,268) on its second chart turn. Art Garfunkel's The Singer, which vacated the number 10 slot for Lewis, slides to number 30 (4,985 sales), while Bat For Lashes' The Haunted Man makes an even steeper second week decline, falling 6-36 (3,991 sales).

    Expecting to see The Swedish House Mafia's Until Now compilation in the artist album chart? Sadly, because it includes tracks credited to other artists which they mixed, it is considered to be a multi-artist compilation. It sold 55,407 copies last week, which would have earned it second place in the artist album chart but actually suffice for a number one debut on the compilation chart. Now That's What I Call Music! 82 - number one for a series best 13 weeks - dips to number two (13,710 sales), as a result.

    Overall album sales are up 10.25% week-on-week at 1,610,909 but 19.92% below same week 2011 sales of 1,986,842.

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    by » Sun October 28th, 2012, 20:16

    Are genre charts in UK like those in US? I mean the main single/album charts are parted into genre charts and the ranking on those genre lists are connected with the main single/album charts...

    Just been wondering.

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    by » Mon October 29th, 2012, 01:32

    Quote Originally Posted by jszmiles
    Are genre charts in UK like those in US? I mean the main single/album charts are parted into genre charts and the ranking on those genre lists are connected with the main single/album charts...

    Just been wondering.
    In the UK the genre charts are just a sub-set of the main singles and albums charts. All except one that is - the Official Record Store Albums Top 40 that is published at the OCC website is compiled solely from sales returns from about 100 independent record stores.

    http://www.thisisfakediy.co.uk/articles ... ore-chart/

    http://www.officialcharts.com/record-st ... ums-chart/

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    ALBUMS
    Spawning five Top 40 singles in the 10 weeks before it was released, Taylor Swift's fourth album Red makes its expected debut atop the album chart, after achieving first week sales of 61,779 copies.

    22 year old Swift has come a long way since her self-titled 2007 debut, which sold only 38 copies the week of its release, and peaked 94 weeks later at number 81 - by which time her second album, Fearless had debuted and peaked at number five with first week sales of 33,829, sparked by the success of her first hit single, Love Story. Swift's third album, Speak Now, debuted and peaked at number six (28,223 sales) two years ago this week.

    Red is the first album by a female country singer to top the chart since 1999, when Shania Twain's Come On Over reached number one, and it is the first number one album by an act that is perceived as country since The Eagles' reunion album Long Road Out Of Eden topped the chart five years ago this week. One of 10 Swift recordings old and new in the Top 200 this week, Red's bona fide single We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together moves 7-9 with a further 33,737 sales. Although, as noted last week, it is her second biggest seller, some distance behind Love Story, it has now spent nine of its 10 weeks on release in the Top 10, whereas Love Story spent only seven weeks in the Top 10. A sixth song from Red - Everything Has Changed, featuring Ed Sheeran - enters the Top 75 this week, debuting at number 50 (5,630 sales).

    Swift's fast start put paid to any immediate hopes that Emeli Sande had of returning to number one with her debut album, Our Version Of Events, following its release in a special edition. Number one on four separate occasions for a total of five weeks since its release in February, Our Version Of Events dashes 9-2 (37,654 sales). Already the year's biggest seller, it furthers its lead, with a to date tally of 812,960 sales, compared to runner-up Adele's 2012 tally of 703,696 with 21. Our Version Of Events has remained in the Top 10 throughout its 37 week chart run and with Beneath Your Beautiful and Wonder - both of which are covered in more depth in the singles analysis - among the tracks added to its new incarnation, the album has now spun off eight Top 75 entries.

    Although Lawson is one of the top new bands of 2012 with three Top 10 singles in less than six months, said singles haven't had much staying power, with a week each in the top tier. First hit When She Was Mine slumped 4-24 on its second week, while follow-up Taking Over Me slid 3-17. Latest single Standing In The Dark debuted at number six last week and now falls to number 11 (27,990 sales) while the band's introductory album, Chapman Square, debuts at number four (21,168 sales).

    The first member of N-Dubz to release a solo album, Dappy debuts at number six (12,504 sales) with Good Intentions. Home to the hits No Regrets (number one), Rockstar (feat. Brian May, number two), I'm Coming (number 35), Good Intentions (number 12) and Yin Yang, which debuts at number 73 (3,509 sales), it matches the peak of the highest charting of N-Dubz' albums, 2009's Against All Odds.

    50 year old Irish crooner Daniel O'Donnell maintains his record of having had at least one chart album every year since his chart debut, with Songs From The Movies And More debuting at number seven (11,462 sales). It is the 25th year in a row that O'Donnell has charted - he started in 1988 - a record no other act can match. Songs From The Movies... is O'Donnell's 15th Top 20 album since 2000 - another unmatched record. It is also his 29th Top 40 album, and his 33rd Top 75 album - both records for an Irish act.

    American hard rock band Stone Sour's fourth studio album, House Of Gold & Bones: Part 1 debuts at number 13 (9,206 sales), ending their previously ever ascendant run - last album Audio Secrecy debuted and peaked at number six in 2010, selling 14,647 copies on its introductory frame.

    Californian rapper Kendrick Lamar's Swimming Pools (Drank) surfaced briefly on the singles chart a couple of weeks ago, reaching number 63. His album Good Kid, M.A.A.D City fares better, debuting at number 16 (7,141 sales).

    Two former members of Genesis are back in the chart. 62 year old Steve Hackett, who was a member of the band between 1971 and 1977 and also had success with GTR, nakedly revisits his heritage with Genesis Revisted II - reinterpretations of their canon majoring on guitar-based material - which debuts at number 24 (5,692 sales). It is the ninth of more than 20 solo albums he has released to make the Top 75, and the first since 1984. Solo, it is his follow-up to Beyond The Shrouded Horizon, which reached only number 133 last year, although he joined with Chris Squire from Yes as Squackett for the album A Life Within A Day, which reached number 141 in June. Thematically, it is his follow-up to Genesis Revisited, number 95 in 1997. Peter Gabriel, who served as Genesis' lead singer from its 1967 inception to 1975, re-enters at number 46 (2,978 sales) with his 1986 chart-topper So, which is newly remastered and reissued in an expanded '25th anniversary edition', which is a little late arriving, since the original So came out more than 26 years ago.

    An appearance on the Strictly Come Dancing results show worked wonders for Dionne Warwick, whose new album Now debuts at number 57 (2,384 sales). Including both re-recordings of her classic Bacharach/David hits like Don't Make Me Over, Reach Out For Me and Always Something There To Remind Me as well as her version of Albert Hammond's 99 Miles From LA and Ronnie Milsap's Almost Like A Song, it is the 71 year old singer's first chart appearance with new recordings since 1994, when she partnered Placido Domingo for the number 60 album, Christmas In Vienna II.

    The revival of interest in folk-related music continues apace. Jake Bugg's self-titled debut falls 1-3 (21,471 sales), Mumford & Sons' Babel slides 2-5 (21,072 sales), Bellowhead's Broadside sinks 16-61 (2,1660 sales) and Show Of Hands' Wake The Union dives 73-180 (709 sales) - but Kate Rusby scores the highest charting album of her career, with 11th solo studio set 20 (number 22, 5,876 sales), which comprises largely of new versions of songs she has recorded before. Rusby previously got as high as number 32 with 2007's Awkward Annie but only number 99 with 2010's Make The Light and number 91 with 2011 seasonal set While Mortals Sleep, her most recent releases.

    A new edition of Paloma Faith's second album Fall To Grace adds recent number 16 hit Never Tear Us Apart, and powers the album 35-9 (10,798 sales). Resuming its Top 10 career after a seven week interruption, the album debuted and peaked at number two in June and has sold 248,315 copies in a 22 week chart career, during which it has never fallen out of the Top 40.

    The 2nd Law slips 4-8 (11,365 sales) on its fourth week for Muse, while Leona Lewis' Glassheart falls 3-10 (10,268) on its second chart turn. Art Garfunkel's The Singer, which vacated the number 10 slot for Lewis, slides to number 30 (4,985 sales), while Bat For Lashes' The Haunted Man makes an even steeper second week decline, falling 6-36 (3,991 sales).

    Expecting to see The Swedish House Mafia's Until Now compilation in the artist album chart? Sadly, because it includes tracks credited to other artists which they mixed, it is considered to be a multi-artist compilation. It sold 55,407 copies last week, which would have earned it second place in the artist album chart but actually suffice for a number one debut on the compilation chart. Now That's What I Call Music! 82 - number one for a series best 13 weeks - dips to number two (13,710 sales), as a result.

    Overall album sales are up 10.25% week-on-week at 1,610,909 but 19.92% below same week 2011 sales of 1,986,842.

    SINGLES

    Technically a re-entry to the Top 75 - it reached number 71 a fortnight ago - Beneath Your Beautiful rockets 85-1 for Labrinth feat. Emeli Sande, following the duo's performance of the track on The X Factor results show on 21 October. Its sales leaping 3340.00% week-on-week to 107,775, it is Labrinth's first number one. Hhe reached number two twice with Tinie Tempah on Frisky in 2010 and Earthquake in 2011. Sande previously topped the chart, partnering Professor Green on Read All About It last year.

    Beneath Your Beautiful is the sixth Top 75 single from Labrinth's debut solo album Electronic Earth in April - and one of eight on Emeli Sande's newly expanded debut album Our Version Of Events. Both albums make big jumps this week after being retooled. Labrinth's surges 110-12 (9,247 sales), following the release of a deluxe edition, which adds a second CD, comprising two new songs (T.O.P. and Up In Flames) and seven mixes of previously issued material. Sande's album's new special edition remains a single disc but adds five new tracks including both Beneath Your Beautiful and Wonder. The latter track - credited to Naughty Boy feat. Emeli Sande - debuts this week at number 10 (28,534 sales), and will also be featured on Naughty Boy's debut album, Hotel Cabana, for which no release date has yet been set.

    JLS also appeared on The X Factor results show to publicise their new single, Hottest Girl In The World - but after a strong start which saw it rank third on the first of the midweek sales flashes on Tuesday, it weakened and ended up debuting at number six (45,085 sales). The band's 10th Top 10 hit (11 if you count charity collaboration Wishing On A Star), it is the first single from their fourth album Evolution, which drops next Monday (5th November).

    Elsewhere in the Top 10, Swedish House Mafia's Don't You Worry Child holds firm at number two with sales down just 0.20% week-on-week at 86,198, Sweet Nothing falls 1-3 (56,546 sales) for Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch, Rihanna's Diamonds logs its third straight week at number four (53,121 sales), Gangnam Style declines 3-5 (51,126 sales) for PSY, Skyfall dips 5-7 (4,725 sales) for Adele, One More Night stalls at number eight (37,004 sales) for Maroon 5 and We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together slips 7-9 (33,737 sales) for Taylor Swift.

    London band Bastille make their chart debut with Flaws (number 21, 14,992 sales), while US band The Lumineers claim a Top 40 placing for the first time with Ho Hey - the soundtrack to the new E.On Energy TV advertising campaign - vaulting 45-23 (13,654 sales). The Lumineers' self-titled debut album also climbs 22 places on its second week, advancing 51-29 (5,122 sales).

    A huge hit on the continent, Israeli singer Asaf Avidan & The Mojos' One Day/Reckoning Song contionues its stealthy ascent of the chart, which has seen it move 64-58-48 in the last fortnight. It sold 6,022 copies last week, raising its cumulative sales since first being made available eight weeks ago to 22,654

    It is just over a year since the reconvened Steps topped the album chart with The Ultimate Collection. The group's first single since then, Light Up The World, is off to a less steptacular start, however, debuting at number 82 (3,118 sales). Their album of the same name, an unusual compromise between regular and Christmas songs, follows on 12 November.

    Overall singles sales are up 1.91% week-on-week at 3,339,049 - 1.79% above same week 2011 sales of 3,280,199.
    http://www.musicweek.com/businessanalys ... 61k/052335

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    by » Mon October 29th, 2012, 11:18

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie
    Quote Originally Posted by jszmiles
    Are genre charts in UK like those in US? I mean the main single/album charts are parted into genre charts and the ranking on those genre lists are connected with the main single/album charts...

    Just been wondering.
    In the UK the genre charts are just a sub-set of the main singles and albums charts. All except one that is - the Official Record Store Albums Top 40 that is published at the OCC website is compiled solely from sales returns from about 100 independent record stores.

    http://www.thisisfakediy.co.uk/articles ... ore-chart/

    http://www.officialcharts.com/record-st ... ums-chart/
    If so, why Deadmau5 album is still above Dj Fresh album on Dance Album chart... when Dj Fresh is #79 on the main album chart and Deadmau5 is outside top 100...

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    by » Mon October 29th, 2012, 11:50

    ^
    I wonder if the genre album charts are based on physical sales only? In addition to the two albums you mentioned, some of the compilation albums in the Dance Albums chart aren't in the order I would have expected them to be when compared with their respective positions in the Compilation Albums chart.

    I had assumed that since the genre charts were revamped a few years ago that they were just a subset of the main charts. Prior to that the genre charts (singles and albums) were based solely on physical sales in specialist record stores.

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    by » Mon October 29th, 2012, 12:07

    That's a good point and good explanation, thanks!

    but it's kinda pointless to have physical only charts nowadays (even more pointless to have them for specific genres, especially when the sales are so low).

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    by » Tue October 30th, 2012, 00:50

    All charts and sales info added now.

    EDIT: The 06/10 and 13/10 are also updated.

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