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Sunday, May 02, 2010

This Week's UK Chart Can Kiss My Ass

Well, this is a bunch of garbage, no? For a better read than this week's UK chart, go check out the Season 2 premiere of Pop Trash Addicts' Pop Panel, featuring yours d'luvvly!

(It is worth noting that Adam Lambert's "For Your Entertainment" single seems to have tanked as bad as it did here in the States. It debuted at a rather un-glam #39.)

The U.K. Top 10:

1. "Good Times" - Roll Deep *new* *1 week*
2. "OMG" - Usher feat. Will.i.am
3. "She Said" - Plan B
4. "Once" - Diana Vickers
5. "Until You Were Gone" - Chipmunk feat. Esmee Denters
6. "I Need You Tonight" - Professor Green feat. Ed Drewett
7. "This Ain't A Love Song" - Scouting For Girls
8. "Carry Out" - Timbaland feat. Justin Timberlake
9. "Acapella" - Kelis
10. "Dirty Picture" - Taio Cruz feat. Ke$ha

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  • At 3:26 PM, Blogger Gareth said…

    I apologise on behalf of my nation.

  • At 5:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Load of pants I totally agree ! I bloody love that Adam Lambert song as well, dont think it got much airplay here in the UK for some reason. A hideous selection of utter crap ! x

  • At 9:19 PM, Blogger Fritz Liess said…

    The Good Times iTunes LP is a bargain. It is five tracks and the music video (along with the iTunes LP interface) for £1.99. That's only three bucks American. Individually it would cost almost £7.00. So, there's a good reason it is #1.

  • At 4:27 AM, Blogger Mike said…

    I'm glad Ke$ha scraped into the top 10!

    Thanks for the Pop Panel plug. Next week is gonna be a blockbuster! LOL

  • At 5:55 AM, Blogger Paul said…

    i'm scared to leave a comment incase i incur anyone else's very polite wrath :) Anyway, haven't even looked at the charts but I know both Lady Ants (the blonde singer dude is so on my radar right now!) and lovely Marina went top 30 so am quite pleased @_

  • At 11:51 AM, Blogger The Spider said…

    Plus N-Dubz only barely cracked the top twenty, and they brought branded knuckle dusters to the table? What did Plan B bring? Little.


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