Monday, October 30, 2006

UK Music Charts -- The Magic Numbers Are Back

British music fans love their disposable pop, so the new singles chart is filled with stuff like McFly at #1 with "Star Girl," Fedee Le Grand at #2 with "Put Your Hands Up For Detroit" and Girls Aloud with "Something Kinda Ooooh" at #3. I'm interested in Amy Winehouse, who got great reviews and sees her new song jump to #9. And I'm excited about critical faves The Magic Numbers, who debut at #16 with "Take A Chance." And here's the album Top 10, all per the BBC. Despite terrible reviews, Robbie Williams still hits the top:

1. Robbie Williams -- Rudebox
2. My Chemical Romance -- The Black Parade
3. Meat Loaf -- Bat Out Of Hell 3: The Monster Is Loose
4. Rod Stewart -- Still The Same...Great Rock Hits Of The Sixties
5. Killers -- Sam's Town
6. Scissor Sisters -- Ta-Dah
7. Razorlight -- Razorlight
8. James Morrison -- Undiscovered
9. Snow Patrol -- Eyes Open
10. John Legend -- Once Again

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