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  Football fever takes over charts
Updated 13 June 2004, 19.08
Peter Hooton from The Farm with soloist Nathan Carter (front right) and other members of St Francis Xavier College
Footie fever has taken over the charts - with three songs inspired by the beautiful game in the top 10.

Rockers 4-4-2 led the way after entering at number two with Come On England - a re-working of an 1980s song called Come On Eileen.

England's official song for Euro 2004, a remix of The Farm's All Together Now, climbed five places to number five.

Twisted X's Born In England debuted at nine, but none of the new songs could topple Mario Winans from number one.

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Faithless

The gospel singer's I Don't Wanna Know held firm for a second week.

In the album chart, dance act Faithless went straight to the top spot with No Roots, knocking off rockers Keane.

Supergrass's greatest hits collection was also a new entry - going in at number four.

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