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Sunday, May 22, 2011

UK Chart Roundup: Have Jedward Gone Down On Each Other Yet?

It's a pretty garbage UK chart week when I'm wishing Jedward's Eurovision trash "Lipstick," which fumbles at #40, somehow livened up the Top 10. And then there's Take That's poor "Love Love," which drops from #15 to #39.

On the album chart, Adele's 21 is #1 for a 16th non-consecutive week. Expect Lady Gaga to finally kick this broad down next Sunday.

Snooooooooze.

The UK Top 10:

1. "Give Me Everything" - Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo, AfroJack & Nayer *1 week*
2. "The Lazy Song" - Bruno Mars
3. "Party Rock Anthem" - LMFAO
4. "I Need A Dollar" - Aloe Blacc
5. "Beautiful People" - Chris Brown feat. Benny Benassi
6. "The Edge Of Glory" - Lady Gaga
7. "Where Dem Girls At" - David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj & Flo Rida
8. "Judas" - Lady Gaga
9. "Sweat" - Snoop Dogg
10. "On The Floor" - Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull

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4 Comments:

  • At 7:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    It's a bit sad that the Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart have finally merged :/

     
  • At 8:01 PM, Blogger Fritz Liess said…

    Wow! What a homophobic headline. My twin brother and I had to put up with crap like that from bullies during most of our childhoods. John and Edward are friends of a friend of mine who was part of an identical twin pop duo in the late 1960s.

    They were dropped by Decca Records when they were beaten by a gang of rednecks while on tour in Oklahoma. They where confronted at a hotel swimming pool and asked if they had sex with each other. When they tried to get away, they were thrown down a flight of stairs and kicked until they were bloody and bruised. Their label didn't want to handle them after the beating and they were effectively blackballed from the music business.

    So, your headline is continuing that same kind of crap that ended the singing career of my friend 40 years ago.

     
  • At 11:41 PM, Blogger Project Mobius said…

    I would have to disagree with you, Anon. Of the top 10 songs on the UK chart, five haven't been in the top 10 of the Hot 100.

    I also want to give props to myself for effectively calling that "Give Me Everything" was going to be a hit on March 10th, when I first heard the song. Of course, I'm half kidding, but I fell in love with this song personally throughout all of March, keeping it first on my personal playlist. Thanks, U.K.!

    Sig: Visit my own top 40 music website at projectmobius.blogspot.com!

     
  • At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Jeremy said…

    There's no doubt, the dude is absolutely just.
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