UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 23rd 2012

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 23rd 2012Going straight in at No.1 is Cheryl Cole with Call My name, which sounded dreadful and out of tune at the Jubilee Concert. What moron would buy this? Just buy Grace Jones‘s Slave To The Rhythm instead!

And, to that end, at this point I’d include a video link for the No.1 song, but I’m not going to for this one, so instead, here’s Grace Jones at the Jubilee Concert.

As such, Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band Feat. Military Wives drop to No.3 with Sing.

And so much for Leanne Mitchell‘s Run To You. Last week it went straight in at… No.45, and this week, after releasing a video for it, she’s… fallen out of the Top 100!

Meanwhile, there are new entries in the Top 40 for:

  • 9 Precision Tunes – Payphone
  • 28 Trey Songz – Heart Attack
  • 30 Justin Bieber feat. Big Sean – As Long As You Love Me
  • 39 Tyler James – Higher Love
Lower entries outside the Top 40 include:
  • 45 Amy Macdonald – Slow It Down
  • 63 Max Milner – Free Fallin’
  • 66 Lilygreen and Maguire – Aint Love Crazy
  • 69 Bo Bruce – Running Up That Hill
  • 70 Nicki Minaj feat. Chris Brown – Right By My Side
  • 90 Usher Feat. Rick Ross – Lemme See
  • 97 Vince Kidd – Like A Virgin
In the album charts, Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band stays at No.1 with Sing, with two new entries to follow. And those new entries come from:
  • 2 Amy Macdonald – Life In A Beautiful Light
  • 3 Usher – Looking 4 Myself
  • 9 Fleetwood Mac – 25 Years: The Chain
  • 13 Maximo Park – The National Health
  • 14 Hot Chip – In Our Heads
  • 21 The Stone Roses – The Very Best Of
  • 22 Johnny Cash – The Classics
  • 30 Neil Young – Official Release Series Discs 1-4
  • 35 Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Trouble
  • 38 Karadaglic/ Studioorchester – Latino
  • 49 Bobby Womack – The Bravest Man In The Universe
  • 53 Joe Walsh – Analog Man
  • 76 Rush – Clockwork Angels
  • 95 Alan Jackson – Thirty Miles West
The new release dates for singles and albums can be found HERE and they go up to late July 2012.

Reviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running DVDfever.co.uk since 2000. Nobel Peace Prize winner 2021.
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