Top Of The Charts Update
Well well well, lots of activity this week to make up for the lack of movement in the charts this week. We have some old and we have some new appearing in the top 40. (by the way folks, have you noticed how my Top of the Chart reviews always end up sounding like commentary for a horse race? Random Mad fact :P)
First off we will kick start with the newbies, and finally Carly Rae Jepsen has been kicked off of the number one spot and been replaced by Tulisa with 'Young' then shortly after Cover Drive is back with another single, and its bringing back some 'Sparks' too at number four. Little way down the charts Rihanna is making another appearance in the chart, this time with 'Where Have You Been?' at twenty one. Sub Focus have 'Out The Blue' closely following at Twenty three. Avicii making 'Silhouettes' in the charts at number twenty six. Lana Del Rey is coming back into the charts too with her 'Blue Jeans', yet another awesome song from her starting off at a respectable thirty two. Then last but not least, at thirty eight Flux Pavilion has 'Daydreamer' in the charts.
Only two re-entries this week but they are definitely worth it, James Vincent McMorrow with 'Higher Love' comes back at number thirty seven. Directly after at thirty eight, Train with 'Hey Soul Sister' which is one of my personal favourites and has always graced my playlist :P.
Lost quite a few this week, for starters we have Stereophonics with 'Dakota', The Script with 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved', The Fray with 'How To Save A Life', Kings Of Leon with 'Use Somebody', Linkin Park with 'Burn It Down', Kelly Clarkson with 'Stronger', LMFAO with 'Sorry For Party Rocking', Rihanna with 'We Found Love', and finally not forgettting a memorable tune given to us by Maroon 5 rocking it with 'Moves Like Jagger'.
If you want to see the full charts then check out the page above, Top of the charts. Links to all the new and the old :P