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US punk band retains chart lead
Gerard Way
My Chemical Romance have built up a large fanbase via the internet
Punk-pop band My Chemical Romance have claimed a second week at the top of the UK charts with their single Welcome To The Black Parade.

Girls Aloud was the only act to debut in the top 10, with Something Kinda Ooooh at number five.

Meat Loaf scored the sixth top 10 hit of his career with It's All Coming Back To Me Now, from Bat Out of Hell III.

Sam's Town by The Killers was the number one album for the third week running, followed by Scissor Sisters.

P Diddy, Patrizio Buanne and Badly Drawn Boy registered new albums inside the top 20, while Deacon Blue's singles collection entered the chart at 18.

Beyonce's new song Irreplacable landed at 14 in the singles chart and British singer Amy Winehouse also made the top 20 with her song Rehab.

The Pet Shop Boys scored the 40th chart hit of their career with Numb, which entered at number 23.

Songs by The Ordinary Boys and James Morrison climbed into the top 10, while Australian band Rogue Traders and Generator by the Holloways shot into the top 40.

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