UK Top 100 Music chart summary & opinion: w/e October 26th 2013

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & opinion: w/e October 26th 2013Climbing to No.1 in the UK Top 100 Music chart is OneRepublic with Counting Stars, and it sounds like Coldplay on a day when they can’t be arsed to put the effort in.

As such, Miley Cyrus drops to No.2 with Wrecking Ball, and this is the video if you want to see a naked woman with the body of a 12-year-old boy.

There’s not much better at No.3 with Lawson‘s Juliet. Yes, it’s catchy, but so are sexually-transmitted diseases. And, anyway, why would you want to name your band after the most boring Tory Chancellor of the Exchequer of all time?

Far better than anything new in the charts is Depeche Mode‘s Should Be Higher, and it certainly should! No.81?! Not fair!

Also, I bet Matt Goss is a bit miffed that, after going on every chat show going in the past couple of weeks, Life You Imagine limps in at No.27, as opposed to smashing into the Top 10.

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

  • 3 Lawson – Juliet
  • 5 Eminem – Rap God
  • 8 Wilkinson – Afterglow
  • 10 Iggy Azalea Feat. T.I. – Change Your Life
  • 20 Justin Bieber – All That Matters
  • 25 Cher – I Hope You Find It
  • 39 Don Broco – You Wanna Know
Lower entries outside the Top 40 include:
  • 55 Eliza Doolittle – Let It Rain
  • 81 Depeche Mode – Should Be Higher
  • 86 (RE) Faith Hill – There You’ll Be
  • 88 Glee Cast – If I Die Young
  • 92 (RE) Ellie Goulding – Anything Could Happen
In the album charts, John Newman goes straight in at No.1 with Tribute, knocking Miley Cyrus down to No.7 with Bangerz. The new entries come from:
  • 2 Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt
  • 3 Paul McCartney – New
  • 4 Cher – Closer To The Truth
  • 5 Jonathan & Charlotte – Perhaps Love
  • 10 The Saturdays – Living For The Weekend
  • 15 Will Young – The Essential
  • 16 Lissie – Back To Forever
  • 20 Gary Numan – Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind)
  • 21 Giggs – When Will It Stop
  • 23 Trivium Vengeance – Falls
  • 25 Eliza Doolittle – In Your Hands
  • 27 Matt Goss – Life You Imagine
  • 37 Cilla Black – The Very Best Of
  • 50 Jonathan Wilson – Fanfare
  • 66 Gloria Estefan – The Standards
  • 72 Willie Nelson – To All The Girls
  • 76 Linda Thompson – Won’t Be Long Now
  • 79 Gavin DeGraw – Make A Move
  • 81 Fall Out Boy – Pax Am Days
  • 99 Morcheeba – Head Up High
The new release dates for singles and albums can be found HERE and they go up to November 2013.

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