Top 5 Pop Singles
- Meck featuring Leo Sayer - Thunder In My Heart Again
- Notorious B.I.G. featuring Diddy and Nelly - Nasty Girl <Listen>
- Ordinary Boys - Boys Will Be Boys
- Chris Brown - Run It! <Listen>
- Liz McClarnon - Woman In Love / I Get the Sweetest Feeling
Hot New Singles
- #13 Friday Hill - One More Night Alone
- #15 Goldfrapp - Ride the White Horse
- #20 Magic Numbers - I See You, You See Me <Listen>
There's not much movement at the top, but Liz McLarnon's solo debut is the first UK top 5 pop hit to come out of the ashes of Atomic Kitten. It is a remake of Barbra Streisand's classic "Woman in Love." Goldfrapp collects their 3rd major hit from the album Supernature. They will attempt to charm U.S. fans in March.
For more chart details, visit The Official Charts Company.
Top 5 Pop Albums
- Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
- Kaiser Chiefs - Employment
- James Blunt - Back to Bedlam
- KT Tunstall - Eye to the Telescope
- Will Young - Keep On
Hot New Albums
- #10 Jam - Snap
- #24 Beth Orton - Comfort of Strangers
- #25 Panic! At the Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
The Arctic Monkeys hold firmly to the top of the albums chart, but last week's Brit Award winners Kaiser Chiefs and KT Tunstall see serious growth in their album sales. U.S. indie pop faves Beth Orton and Panic! At the Disco show they are just as popular in the U.K. as at home.
Best Bets For Next Week's Singles Chart
- Michael Jackson - Thriller
In the tradition of last year's Elvis Presley reissues, Michael Jackson will take on the UK singles chart with a long series of new editions of classic singles.
- Michael Jackson - Don't Stop Til You Get Enough
It's a double-barrelled attack from Michael this week.
- Madonna - Sorry
"Hung Up" was a huge return for Madonna late last year. She will attempt to follow it up with another smash single from the Confessions on a Dance Floor album.