Monday, January 12, 2009

UK Singles Chart, 11/01/09

1. Lady GaGa featuring Colbie O'Donis - Just Dance
3. Alexandra Burke - Hallelujah

Lady GaGa's, "Just Dance", has been sitting at number-one throughout the UK mid-weeks, so it's number-one isn't really surprise, the song kept Alexandra Burke's, "Hallelujah", from a month at number-one --"Just Dance" is officially a smash; it reached number-one in the US too last week, I wonder how, "Poker Face", will chart.

6. The Saturdays - Issues

The Saturdays score their 3rd top 10 single with, "Issues", rising 21 places up the chart to #6. Their previous singles both just managed to peak just outside the top 5, ("If This Isn't Love") stalled at #8 and ("Up") peaked at #5. Airplay for the song seems stronger this week, which may have contributed to the rise.

7. Beyonce - If I Were A Boy
8. Beyonce - Single Ladies

Beyonce scores songs inside the top 10, "Single Ladies", which has been hovering around the top 20 for weeks now, finally ascends into the top 10, rising up 6 places #8. "If I Were Boy", drops 3 places down to #7. Additionally Beyonce's, "Listen", is also in the top 40 at #40.

10. Kevin Rudolf featuring Lil' Wayne - Let It Rock

With the help of last weeks strong digital sales, Kevin Rudolf's, "Let It Rock", rises up 30 places into the top 10 --it's also broke the top 10 this week in the US (and my personal chart).

24. Britney Spears - Circus

Despite the controversy surrownding Britney in the UK at the moment, "Circus", the second single released from her 6th studio album of the same name, flies back into the top 40 at #24, the songs initial peak was #32 due to heavy downloads on the week of the album release. This is Britney's 23rd top 40 in the UK.

29. Girls Aloud - The Loving Kind

Rises up a couple notches is Girls Aloud's, "The Loving Kind", the second single released from their latest album, Out Of Control, compared to the previous single, "The Promise", which peaked at #1, this single is getting of to a very slow start --the physical single comes out this week, which may give it the boost it needs.

37. Pink - Sober
39. Alesha Dixon - Breathe Slow

Pink earns her 20th top 40 in the UK with, "Sober". Alesha Dixon scores her second with, "Breathe Slow", which has proven popular among my school friends this week, it seems to be on high demand regardning bluetooth, it's too bad I can't say the same for airplay, it needs to rise a bit more, for the song to match the success of the previous single, "The Boy Does Nothing".

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