After an inauspicious chart debut at No74 ten weeks ago, John Legend this week completes his steady climb to the summit of the Singles Chart with 'All Of Me', up one place from last week's No2.

In the tightest race for many weeks, less than two hundred sales separate the next four songs: Hozier climbs back to No2 with 'From Eden', Pharrell Williams slips to No3 with 'Happy' and Jimmy Magee climbs two places to No4 with 'These Old Eyes Have Seen It All'. O.R.B., formerly known as The Original Rudeboys, claim the highest new entry at No5 with 'Feel It In Your Soul', their fourth appearance in this chart and highest to-date, ahead of last year's 'Never Gonna Walk Away' which reached No9. Highest climber of the week is former UK No1 'Nobody To Love' by dance duo Sigma, up ten places from No19 to No9.

Paulo Nutini takes a second week at No1 with 'Caustic Love', still way ahead of the competitors: Kodaline at No2, Ellie Goulding at No3 and The Vamps at No4. With this week's highest new entry, Eels maintain their 100% hit rate on this chart - their eleventh studio album 'The Cautionary Tales Of Mark Oliver Everett' arrives at No8. Despite all ten of their previous stdio albums making the Top 50, their only other Top 10 album was 'Tomorrow Morning' which debuted and peaked at No9 in 2010. The second and final new entry this week is at No17 for Australian rapper Iggy Azalea with her major label debut 'The New Classic', featuring both hit singles 'Change Your Life' (No28) and 'Fancy' (No23).

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