UK Singles Chart's Top 10 Hits



Sheffield rockers the Arctic Monkeys have scored their second British number one with "When The Sun Goes Down" on its first week on release

"When the Sun Goes Down" brings Arctic Monkeys to the very top position of UK singles chart, marking the music group's second British number one. The rockers have a large fanbase thanks to the marketing power of the Internet that resulted in such attainment.

Entering the charts at No. 2 is the late New York rapper Notorious B.I.G.'s "Nasty Girl," which then followed by Will Young's "All Time Love" at No. 3 and Beyonce Knowles' "Check On It" at No. 4. Former chart-topper Shayne Ward's "That's My Goal" falls to No. 5, ahead of acoustic duo Nizlopi's "JCB Song" which falls four places to No. 6.

Sunblock's revamped Baywatch theme "I'll Be Ready" in the meantime falls three slots to No. 7. New at no. 8 is "Say Say Say (Waiting 4 U)" by dance act Hi-Tack, while Richard Ashcroft downs six places to No. 9 with "Break The Night With Color." Finishing the Top 10 position is pop band Son of Dork's "Eddie's Song".

© AceShowbiz.com


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