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Leo Sayer holds on at number one
Leo Sayer in 1978
Leo Sayer had 10 UK top 10 hits between 1973 and 1982
Veteran pop star Leo Sayer has cemented his comeback with a second week at the top of the UK singles chart.

DJ Meck's dance remix of Sayer's 1977 song Thunder In My Heart entered the chart at number one last week.

The Notorious BIG, Diddy and Nelly also kept their number two position with Nasty Girl.

Arctic Monkeys remained number one in the UK album chart for the fourth week running with their debut, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not.

Brit Award winners Kaiser Chiefs jumped five places to number two with their album Employment.


The Brits' lifetime achievement award winner Paul Weller returned to the album chart with a re-release of The Jam's greatest hits album Snap, which was a new entry at number 10.

In the singles chart, The Ordinary Boys, featuring Big Brother star Preston, held firm at number three.

Fellow contestant Pete Burns did not fare so well - a re-release of his 1980s hit You Spin Me Round with band Dead or Alive, slipped from number five to eight.

Former Atomic Kitten Liz McClarnon's debut solo effort, Woman In Love/I Get the Sweetest Feeling, entered the chart at number five.

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