UK Charts: 07.09.2008

 

It’s not surprising that Katy Perry still wins the heart of British fans, she’s still at #1 this week with her phenomenal anthem “I Kissed A Girl” for the 5th week in a row. She’s now on the running to become the artist with the most weeks at #1 this year after Duffy claimed the current reaching #1 for 5 weeks. Katy fended Swedish DJ Eric Prydz and the Pussycat Dolls from reaching #1.

Swedish DJ Eric Prydz still remains at #2 with his piano dance anthem “Pjanoo”. The highest new entry belongs to the sizzling dolls who was in London last week to promote their spanking new album “DOLL DOMINATION”. The Pussycat Dolls entered the charts at #3 with “When I Grow Up”.

Miley Cyrus was also in the running for a top 10 spot next week after she landed 14 from 23 last week with “SEE YOU AGAIN (Rock Mafia Remix)”. Ne-Yo’s unoriginal track spends its 2nd week in the charts finding a 21 spot leap with “Miss Independent”

Meanwhile, in the albums chart THE VERVE reigns supreme for the second time with their second #1 album “Forth”. It prevented The Script from gaining a second week at #1 which rose from #3 to #2 this week.

Still in the albums chart, Michael Jackson’s latest compilation CD “King Of Pop” climbs to #3 while Rihanna’s Reloaded album gains a top 5 spot due to her “DISTURBIA” success.

the top 10s in full:

SINGLES:

1. (1) Katy Perry: ‘I Kissed A Girl’
2. (2) Eric Prydz: ‘Pjanoo’
3. (-) Pussycat Dolls: ‘When I Grow Up’
4. (3) Rihanna: ‘Disturbia’
5. (4) The Script: ‘The Man Who Can’t Be Moved’
6. (7) Madcon: ‘Beggin’
7. (6) Kid Rock: ‘All Summer Long’
8. (5) Biffy Clyro: ‘Mountains’
9. (8) Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris: ‘Dance Wiv Me’
10. (9) The Verve: ‘Love Is Noise’

ALBUMS:

1. (1) The Verve: ‘Forth’
2. (3) The Script: ‘The Script’
3. (5) Michael Jackson: ‘King Of Pop’
4. (7) Duffy: ‘Rockferry’
5. (11) Rihanna: ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’
6. (6) Abba: ‘Gold – Greatest Hits’
7. (4) Eva Cassidy: ‘Somewhere’
8. (2) Slipknot: ‘All Hope Is Gone’
9. (8) Coldplay: ‘Viva La Vida’
10. (-) Miley Cyrus: ‘Breakout’

complete the UK charts HERE.

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