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Ellie Goulding - Burn Continues Its Hot Run On U.K. Singles Chart, Richard & Adam Keep 'Dream' Alive
Written By Musician Techno on Monday, August 26, 2013 | 2:37 AM
“The Impossible Dream” thus moved before Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience” (RCA/The brand new the new sony) for a lot of days within the album peak. But London collective Rudimental came within 2,000 sales of outdoing the Manley brothers and sisters, according to Official Charts Company data, their “Home” album (Asylum/Warner Music), which first demonstrated at No. one out of April, kept in runner-up devote the 17th chart week.
Scottish extended-servers Travis, meanwhile, accomplished their seventh U.K. top album around the 16-year period getting a No. 3 start for “Where You Stand” (Red-colored-colored Telephone Box), and John Mayer developed a No. 4 debut with “Paradise Valley” (Columbia/The brand new the new sony). Welsh rock cornerstones Stereophonics were resurgent utilizing their “Graffiti Round The Train” release (Stylus), which taken part back 21-5 one of the band’s current live activity, plus a V Festival appearance a week ago.
Kodaline’s “In A Perfect World” (B-Unique/RCA/The brand new the new sony) rose again 10-7 round the new chart, while Tired Pony, featuring Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody, became a member of at No. 14 utilizing their second album “The Ghost In The Mountain” (Fiction/Polydor/Universal). “Now That’s A Few Things I Call Music! 85” (The brand new the new sony Music CG/Virgin EMI/Universal) began a fifth week atop the compilation chart.
Goulding’s “Burn” began another week at No. 1 round the singles chart since the former bestseller “Wake Me Up” (Positiva/PRMD) by Avicii held at No. 2. New at No. 3 was the Austrian dance duo Klangkarussell’s “Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine)” (Universal Island). The first is really a 5 best hit in their own personal country, too just like Germany and lots of other European areas the U.K. version features Londoner Will Heard.
Next in, at No. 4, was “Earthquake” (Secretary of condition for Appear) by DJ Fresh versus. Diplo featuring Dominique Youthful Unique. Jamaican star Sean Paul’s “Other Side Of Love” (Atlantic/Warner Music) turned up at No. 7 and Naughty Boy, the Emeli Sandé producer who hit No. one themselves with “La La La” (Virgin EMI/Universal) featuring Mike Cruz in the finish of May, returned at No. 8 on one label with “Lifted,” featuring vocals by Sandé. Naughty Boy’s “Hotel Cabana” album is released inside the U.K. on Monday (August. 26).