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Sunday, 5 August, 2001, 15:59 GMT 16:59 UK
Kittens stay at number one
Atomic Kitten
The Kittens claw their way to another week at the top
Pop trio Atomic Kitten have stayed on top of the singles charts for a second week with their cover of the Bangles classic Eternal Flame.

 Click here to watch Atomic Kitten on Top Of The Pops

Robbie Williams' double A-side Eternity/Road to Mandalay has moved up a place from number three to number two.

And jumping three places is Ian Van Dahl's Castles In The Sky, now at number three.

Geri Halliwell
Geri: Back in the charts
Destiny's Child - last week's number two - have now dropped to five with Bootylicious.

New on the chart is Geri Halliwell's Scream If You Want To Go Faster, straight in at number eight.

Hovering just outside the top ten are three new chart entries - from the artists Train, Janet Jackson and Depeche Mode.

On the album charts, David Gray's White Ladder has taken on a new lease of life, hitting the number one spot after a total of 66 weeks on the chart.

And crashing in at number two is The Very Best Of Prince.

Destiny's Child Survivor has now dropped to number three.

David Gray
Gray: Back at number one a year after release
Last week's highest new entry, from groundbreaking Welsh band the Super Furry Animals, has now dropped to number 18.

Atomic Kitten's success with their song appears only to have helped the Bangles, whose greatest hits album is up two places at number 15.

See also:

29 Jul 01 | Music
Kittens win chart war
11 Jun 01 | TV and Radio
Soap cameo for Atomic Kitten
25 May 01 | Music
Time out for sick Kittens
31 Jan 01 | Entertainment
Atomic Kitten heading for top
27 Feb 01 | Entertainment
David Gray: Climbing the ladder
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