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Last Updated: Wednesday February 23 2005 19:01 GMT

Galvanise gets fourth week on top

Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons
Galvanise by the Chemical Brothers has now made it four weeks in a row at the top of the download chart.

They beat off tough competition from Stereophonics, who are at number two with Dakota, and Over and Over by Nelly and Tim McGraw which is at three.

Jennifer Lopez is at four with Get Right, and Eminem went up one with Like Toy Soldiers. The only top 10 new entry was Locked Up by Akon at number six.

The next new entry came from Gwen Stefani and Eve with Rich Girl at 11.

Girls Aloud have sneaked into number 28 with their new rocky tune, Wake Me Up.

Green Day continue to be a download success by taking both the number 12 and 13 positions with Boulevard of Broken Dreams and American Idiot.

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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