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The Frames top a pack of album new entries

Brian McFadden makes it 3 weeks at No1 with 'Real To Me', chased at No2 by Eric Prydz 'Call On Me' up from No8. The rest of the Top 10 is remarkably static this week with just a few titles swapping positions, and this week's highest new entry is Groove Armada's re-released 'I See You Baby' at No16. more


Second time at the top for The Thrills

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. more


Brian McFadden debuts on top

Almost a year after hitting the top spot on the Singles Chart with Westlife and 'Mandy', Brian McFadden debuts at No1 with his first solo release 'Real To Me'. Chris Doran follows up 'If My World Stopped Turning' with 'Nothings Gonna Change My Love For You' but misses out on the top spot this time, debuting at No2. Natasha Bedingfield drops to No3 with 'These Words' after 3 weeks at No1 and Nelly's double A-side 'My Place/Flap Your Wings' falls from No2 to No4. more


Nelly presses Natasha for the top spot

Natasha Bedingfield has a third week at No1 on the Singles Chart with 'These Words', chased by this week's highest new entry at No2 - Nelly's 'My Place/Flap Your Wings'. Maroon 5 hold on at No3 for a second week with 'She Will Be Loved' as O-Zone's 'Dragostea Din Tei' falls 2 places to No4, clocking up 3 months in the Top 20. more