It has been one of those weeks and I am not going to fluff around a lot, as it is already pretty late. ‘We Are Broken’ – which featured in the US Drama TV-Series ‘The Fosters’ a couple of weeks ago – is still holding on strongly to the Top Spot for a 4th week in a row! So far only 44 (out of currently 301) songs have managed to stay longer than four weeks at number one, which means it’s a pretty great achievement for The Silent War.
However, a bit of focus now on some exciting new entries this week. The highest debut at number two goes to Ellie Goulding who makes a surprise ‘comeback’ after her success with ‘Anything Could Happen’! Her latest single ‘Goodness Gracious caught my attention a bit too late this week, otherwise it might have been Number 1. There is always next week though.
Closely following Ellie at number 3 is a singer called Natalie Cole and don’t ask me why, but I went through my Shazam Tags this week and got hold of ‘Wild Women Do’ which was featured in the movie classic ‘Pretty Women’ and I was totally hooked! The rest is history. Enjoy!!!
And now a blast from the past! Five years ago ‘You Can’t Stop The Beat’ performed by the Hairspray cast stormed to the top position in Enrico’s Hitlist. Although it only at the number one spot for a week it still managed to score 378 points in total in its 28 weeks chart appearance which is an incredible result for one of the most successful musical performances!
Week 7 (10/02/14 – 16/02/14)
|Rank||Last Week||Artist(s) / Band(s)||Song Title||Weeks|
|1||1||This Silent War||We Are Broken||4|
|2||NEW||Ellie Goulding||Goodness Gracious||1|
|3||NEW||Natalie Cole||Wild Women Do||1|
|6||3||Greta Mjöll Samúelsdóttir||Eftir Eitt Lag||3|
|7||15||Sam Bailey||How Will I Know||12|
|8||12||Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne||Rather Be||2|
|9||4||Aubrey Peeples||Gonna Get Even||18|
|11||RE-ENTRY||Alison Krauss||In The Palm Of Your Hand||1|
|12||5||Paul Evans||Hello, This Is Joanie||5|
|13||10||The Beautiful South||Old Red Eyes Is Back||4|
|14||8||Peter Tchaikowksy||Russian Dance||2|
|16||RE-ENTRY||Cher||If I Could Turn Back Time||1|
|17||NEW||Katy B||Crying For No Reason||1|
|19||13||The Hep Stars||Sunny Girl||2|
|20||19||One Direction||I Would||6|
One more blast from the past comes in form of Cher’s re-entry this week. ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ managed to sneak in at number 16 but more for emotional reasons than for iTunes count. Regardless of that, it is still a great number (and therefore a deserved re-entry) done by a powerful women as the video demonstrates.