Still More Hot Fuss

08/Apr/2005

This week’s Album Chart sees no change at the top as The Killers ‘Hot Fuss’, Stereophonics ‘Language. Sex. Violience. Other?’ and 50 Cent’s ‘The Massacre’ hold on to the Top 3 spots respectively. This week’s highest new entry is the new solo album from John Spillane – ‘Hey Dreamer’ – which debuts at No 4. The third album from this Cork based artist achieves his highest chart position to date – 2002’s ‘Will We Be Brilliant Or What?’ reached No14 whilst 1997’s ‘Wells Of The World’ didn’t chart.


The Singles Chart too see little change at the top this week . Tony Christie’s ‘Amarillo’ holds on to the No1 position as 50 Cent and Gwen Stefani swap places with ‘Candy Shop’ moving up from No3 to No2 and ‘Rich Girl’ dropping back to No3. The only change to the Top 10 this week is ‘They’ from Jem which climbs to No9 from last week’s No15 whilst Natasha Bedingfield achieves this week’s highest new entry as ‘I Bruise Easily’ enters the chart at No17.


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