Thursday, April 26, 2007

Arctic Monkeys UK Chart Success

The lads seem to be doing swell thus far, interesting to see how the album takes here.

"Arctic Monkeys are set to have multiple chart entries on the singles charts, due to changes in the chart. As previously reported, changes in the singles chart allowed any song purchased online to be counted towards the rundown. According to the midweek chart, the band are not only at Number Five with officially released single 'Brianstorm' but the entirety of their second album 'Favourite Worst Nightmare' has entered the singles chart's top 150.

The band are at Number 47 with 'Fluorescent Adolescent', at Number 57 with '505', Number 63 with 'Teddy Picker', Number 64 with 'Balaclava', Number 67 with 'D Is For Dangerous', Number 70 with 'Old Yellow Bricks', Number 71 with 'This House Is A Circus', Number 72 with 'Do Me A Favour', Number 74 with 'Only Ones Who Know', Number 77 with 'The Bad Thing', Number 78 with 'Temptation Greets You Like Your Naughty Friend' and Number 114 with 'If You Were There, Beware'.

The band are also set to top the album charts with 'Favourite Worst Nightmare' knocking Avril Lavigne's The Best Damn Thing' off the top spot." -NME

Come on boys, muscle up- knock off that Avril Lavigne! You can do it!
D Is For Dangerous.mp3

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