Thursday, November 04, 2004

UK Download Top 20 (03/11/04)

New Entries:
The rather raunchy track from Khia that's drifting around the singles top 10 at the moment is new this week at 18. The terrible 'Nothing Hurts Like Love' by Daniel Bedingfield is at 14, several places below his mighty little sister, Natasha. This week's highest new entry is from No Doubt frontwoman, Gwen Stefani with 'What You Waiting For?'.

Oh dearest Ashlee, you try TOO hard...Re-Entries:
They say any publicity is good publicity. Ashlee Simpson makes an unwelcome return to the download chart at 19 with her single 'Pieces of Me'. However, this is an excellent excuse for an animation of the 'Ashlee dance'.

Longest Runners (10 weeks):
Green Day and Maroon 5 STILL hold the record for longest time on chart, and neither are showing signs of shifting.

This week's number one:
After a brave effort from Deep Dish, who rise up three places to 2, this week, U2 regain the top spot from Mouldy Lookin Stain who drop down to 3. So much for that, then...

The Official UK Download Chart is based on the most popular, legally downloaded tracks in the UK. It's compiled from the sale of permanently owned single track downloads and doesn't include streamed downloads, subscriptions or free downloads. The Download Chart is broadcast every Wednesday at 6pm on Radio 1 with Scott Mills and in the Official Chart Show with Wes on Sundays.