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Last Updated: Wednesday February 16 2005 21:46 GMT

Galvanise is still top download

Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons
The Chemical Brothers have held the top spot in the download charts for the third week with the single Galvanise.

They managed to fight off competition from Nelly featuring Tim McGraw with their single Over and Over, which jumped five places to number two.

Wires by Athlete held firm at three, but the Stereophonics' Dakota slid two places to number four. J-Lo was also down one to five with Get Right.

But Franz Ferdinand were on the up, jumping from 33 to 10 with Take Me Out.

Other Brit winners Keane also made their mark, with a new entry Everybody's Changing in at 27.

Elsewhere Daniel Bedingfield leapt 20 places from 37 to 17 with Wrap My Words Around You.

And it was yet another good week for Green Day who's single American Idiot celebrated its 25th week in the chart by moving up six places from 24 to 18.

The download chart is based on the most popular legally downloaded songs on the web.

You can hear the download chart every Wednesday on Radio 1 at 6pm.

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