The Week’s UK Charts For February 7th

Alicia Keys

American singer Alicia Keys has moved to the top of the Album Chart this week in her eighth week on the chart, while Leeds-based singer Corinne Bailey Rae has a new entry at #5. Outside the top 10, Britpop survivors Ocean Colour Scene’s new record ‘Saturday’ has entered at #35. Adam Young’s synth project Owl City’s track ‘Fireflies remains on top of the Singles Chart.

Elsewhere, Sidney Samson keeps his grip on the Indie Chart for another week, while two tracks in aid of the Haiti Earthquake Appeal, performed by Coldplay and Jay-Z, Bono & Rihanna, have both scored a top 10 place.


Chris Martin rehearsing ‘Halo’ for Hope for Haiti concert

Top 10 Albums:

1/ Alicia Keys – The Element Of Freedom
2/ Andre Rjeu – Forever Vienna
3/ Paolo Nutini – Sunny Side Up
4/ Florence & The Machine – Lungs
5/ Corinne Bailey Rae – The Sea
6/ Lady Gaga – The Fame
7/ The Chipmunks – Alvin & The Chipmunks 2
8/ Ke$ha – Animal
9/ Peter Andre – Unconditional Love Songs
10/ Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More

Top 10 Singles:

1/ Owl City – Fireflies
2/ John & Edward – Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)
3/ Timbaland – If We Ever Meet Again
4/ Glee Cast – Don’t Stop Believin’
5/ Alicia Keys – Empire State Of Mind
6/ Iyaz – Replay
7/ 3OH!3 – Starstrukk
8/ JLS – One Shot
9/ Journey – Don’t Stop Believin
10/ Example – Won’t Go Quietly

UK Indie Chart:

1/ Sidney Samson – Riverside (Let’s Go)
2/ Example – Won’t Go Quietly
3/ Jay Z, Bono, The Edge & Rihanna – Stranded
4/ Lostprophets – Where We Belong
5/ Sub Focus – Could This Be Real?
6/ The Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition
7/ Chuckie & LMFAO – Let The Bass Kick In Miami Girl
8/ Beyoncé – Halo
9/ Vampire Weekend – Cousins
10/ Coldplay – A Message

(Alicia Keys photo © live4ever)

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