3am: The Charts

The Mirror (London, England), October 8, 2007 | Go to article overview

3am: The Charts


Byline: Eva Simpson & Caroline Hedley

THREE and a half decades since the start of his recording career, Bruce Springsteen enters the album chart at the top with his 15th studio album.

TOP 30 SINGLES

1 (1) About You Now - Sugababes

2 (5) Let Me Think About It - Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand

3 (2) No U Hang Up/If That's OK With You - Shayne Ward

4 (3) Ayo Technology - 50 Cent/Timberlake/ Timbaland

5 (6) Hey There Delilah - Plain White T's

6 (4) Beautiful Girls - Sean Kingston

7 (12) Valerie - Mark Ronson ft Amy Winehouse

8 (16) 1234 - Feist

9 (9) She's So Lovely - Scouting For Girls

10 (7) Stronger - Kanye West

11 (-) Do It Well - Jennifer Lopez

12 (-) It Means Nothing - Stereophonics

13 (14) Young Folks - Peter Bjorn & John ft Bergsman

14 (10) Shut Up And Drive - Rihanna

15 (N) King Creole - Elvis Presley

16 (13) The Way I Are - Timbaland ft Keri Hilson

17 (8) 1973 - James Blunt

18 (11) The Pretender - Foo Fighters

19 (18) Big Girls Don't Cry - Fergie

20 (22) In The Air Tonight - Phil Collins

21 (20) Tired Of Being Sorry - Enrique Iglesias

22 (N) Indian Summer - Manic Street Preachers

23 (-) Mouthwash - Kate Nash

24 (19) With Every Heartbeat - Robyn with Kleerup

25 (25) Foundations - Kate Nash

26 (21) Sexy No No No - Girls Aloud

27 (17) Second Minute Or Hour - Jack Penate

28 (23) If You Were A Sailboat - Katie Melua

29 (-) Happy Ending - Mika

30 (28) The Kill (Rebirth) -

30 Seconds To Mars

TOP 10 ALBUMS

1 (N) Magic - Bruce Springsteen

2 (N) Pictures - Katie Melua

3 (1) Echoes Silence Patience & Grace - Foo Fighters

4 (2) All The Lost Souls - James Blunt

5 (N) Shotter's Nation - Baby shambles

6 (3) Back To Black - Amy Winehouse

7 (N) Songs Of Mass Destruction - Annie Lennox

8 (8) Hits - Phil Collins

9 (5) Graduation - Kanye West

10 (N) Dylan - Bob Dylan

(N) = New release

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