Second time at the top for The Thrills

17/Sep/2004

Brian McFadden has a second week at No1 with 'Real To Me', followed for a second week at No2 by Chris Doran's 'Nothings Gonna Change My Love For You'. Jojo climbs 4 places from No7 to No3 with 'Leave (Get Out)', ahead of 2 new entries in the Top 10: Eric Prydz's 'Call On Me' at No8 and Girls Aloud's 'Love Machine' at No9.


The Thrills repeat the success of their debut 'So Much For The City', coming in at No1 on the Albums Chart with the follow-up 'Let's Bottle Bohemia'. Maroon 5's 'Songs About Jane' falls to No2 after 3 weeks at the top, and Damien Rice's 'O' holds at No3 after an impressive 98 weeks in the Top 40 since release in February 2002. 'Dino - The Essential Dean Martin' is this week's highest climber - up 26 places from No33 - and the second highest new entry is Ian Brown's 4th solo album 'Solarized' at No14.


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