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Nine weeks on top for Crazy hit
Gnarls Barkley's Cee-Lo Green
Gnarls Barkley have now spent nine weeks on top of the chart
Gnarls Barkley's track Crazy has extended its stay at number one in the UK singles chart to nine weeks.

Last week it became the first single to stay top for eight weeks since Wet Wet Wet's Love Is All Around, which spent 15 weeks at number one in summer 1994.

At number two is I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker by Sandi Thom, who came to attention by performing on the internet before landing a recording contract.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Stadium Arcadium remains the number one album.

TOP FIVE SINGLES
1. Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
2. Sandi Thom - I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker
3. Infernal - From Paris To Berlin
4. LL Cool J/ Jennifer Lopez - Control Myself
5. Primal Scream - Country Girl
Source: Official UK Charts Company
Ambient act Zero 7 have the highest new entry in the album chart, with The Garden entering at number four.

The Pet Shop Boys' Fundamental is close behind, making its debut at number five. Including greatest hits and remix albums, it is Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's 15th album in a chart career which has lasted more than 20 years.

US rock band Angels & Airwaves, set up by Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge, have a new entry at number six with We Don't Need To Whisper.

TOP FIVE ALBUMS
1. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
2. Feeder - The Singles
3. Snow Patrol - Eyes Open
4. Zero 7 - The Garden
5. Pet Shop Boys - Fundamental
Source: Official UK Charts Company
While the highest entry in the singles chart is Keane's Is It Any Wonder at number 15, a number of tracks have risen dramatically up the chart to occupy places in the top 10.

Primal Scream's Country Girl rises from number 23 to number five, while Nine2Five, a collaboration between The Ordinary Boys and rapper Lady Sovereign, is at number six after having entered the chart at number 38 last week on download sales alone.

Former Busted star Matt Willis sees his track Up All Night enter the top 10 at number seven, after a download-only release last week saw the song make number 52.


SEE ALSO:
Crazy hit reaches chart milestone
21 May 06 |  Entertainment
Seven weeks on top for Crazy song
14 May 06 |  Entertainment
Gnarls Barkley hit chart double
30 Apr 06 |  Entertainment
Crazy song makes musical history
02 Apr 06 |  Entertainment
Digital hit seals chart revolution
03 Apr 06 |  Entertainment


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