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Scissors score UK charts double
Scissor Sisters
Scissor Sisters are more successful in the UK than in their native US
US pop group Scissor Sisters have topped the UK album and singles charts.

The New Yorkers' second album, Ta-Dah, entered in the top spot, while single I Don't Feel Like Dancin' spent a third week at number one.

Last week's number one album, Justin Timberlake's Futuresex/Lovesounds, fell to third behind Fratellis' Costello Music, at number two for a second week.

Elton John's album The Captain & The Kid entered at six. Lil' Chris's single Checkin' It Out entered at 19.

US group The Killers climbed three places in the singles chart, from number five to two, with When You Were Young.

Justin Timberlake's song Sexyback fell from number two to three in the chart.

Scissor Sisters' and Elton John's albums and Lil' Chris's single were the only top 20 new entries.

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