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Four weeks at No 1 for Christie
Tony Christie
Tony Christie also topped the album chart for two weeks
Crooner Tony Christie has spent a fourth week at the top of the charts with the re-released track (Is This The Way To) Amarillo.

But Christie's Definitive Collection was knocked off the top of the album charts by Natalie Imbruglia's latest, Counting Down The Days.

The week's highest new entry came from Elvis Presley, who debuted at number two with Crying In The Chapel.

Mario's Let Me Love You spent a second week at number three.

First single

Candy Shop, by rapper 50 Cent, and Will Smith's latest single Switch completed the top five.

Other newcomers in the top 10 included Garbage, who entered at number seven with Why Do You Love Me, their first single since Shut Your Mouth in October 2002.

1) (Is This The Way To) Amarillo - Tony Christie
2) Crying In The Chapel - Elvis Presley
3) Let Me Love You- Mario
4) Candy Shop - 50 Cent
5) Switch - Will Smith
Official UK Charts Company

Former Spice Girl Melanie C also scored another Top ten hit, with new entry Next Best Superstar at number 10.

In the album chart, R&B newcomer Akon soared 11 places to number five with Trouble, while Mariah Carey's latest, The Emancipation of Mimi, debuted at number seven.

Other new entries included British Sea Power at 13 with their second album Open Season.

This week's chart is the last before the top 40 begins to take into account downloaded music as well as singles sales.

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