Members rhythm bandit Posted March 22, 2005 Members Report Share Posted March 22, 2005 Charity release fends off stiff competition 22 March 2005 - 15:56:27 Source: MW Tony Christie and Peter Kay's Comic Relief charity single is continuing to dominate the singles market this week, with a host of high profile new releases unlikely to be able to remove it from the number one position this Sunday. Along with this week's Elvis reissue, new singles that are expected to make strong debuts inside the Top 10 include 50 Cent, Natalie Imbruglia and Will Smith. Early retail reports suggest that The Faders' debut single Up All Night might be off to a disappointing start as it is currently being outsold by rival releases from Kasabian and The Subways elsewhere in the Top 20. Meanwhile over in the albums market, Sterephonics current number one album is getting a run for its money from the new Queens Of The Stone Age release, which is just a few units behind at the close of business last night. Other new releases this week expected to make strong starts come from Basement Jaxx and Beck. The compilations market gets a massive boost this week thanks to the pre-Easter release of Now That's What I Call Music Volume 60, which sold more than 50,000 copies on its first day in the shops yesterday. Singles 01 Tony Christie feat. Peter Kay - (Is This The Way To) Amarillo Top 10 Elvis Presley - Return To Sender 50 Cent - Candy Shop Natalie Imbruglia - Shiver Will Smith - Switch Top 20 Kasabian - Club Foot Subways - Oh Yeah Faders - Up All Night :thumb: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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