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Last Updated: Monday, 7 June, 2004, 08:25 GMT 09:25 UK
Euro 2004 song fails to top chart
The Farm
All Together Now was a number four hit for The Farm in December 1990
The official Euro 2004 anthem of England's football squad has entered the UK singles chart at number 10.

All Together Now 2004 is a reworked version of The Farm's 1990 hit, remixed by DJ Spoony.

It failed to beat four other new top 10 entries, including Mario Winan's chart topper I Don't Wanna Know and Peter Andre's Insania at number three.

The Corrs' Borrowed Heaven entered the album chart at number two while Keane's Hope and Fears was the top album.

Frankee fell to second place after four weeks in the singles chart with FURB.

The song was promoted as her response to Eamon's acerbic ballad I Don't Want You Back, which dropped two places to number five.

Meanwhile veteran dance acts Faithless and the Beastie Boys took seventh and eighth spots respectively with new singles Mass Destruction and Ch-Check It Out.




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