Estelle and Duffy Both Maintain Poll Position In UK Charts

The Raconteurs' second album goes in top 10 too

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Singers Estelle and Duffy have both maintained their places at the top of the UK singles and album charts this week (March 31).

Estelle spends a second week at Number one with Kanye West single collaboration “American Boy” whilst Duffy is still top of the album charts with her debut LP Rockferry for the fourth week running.

The Raconteurs’ rush-released second album Consolers Of The Lonely has debuted at number eight whilst The Guillemots also scored a Top 10 with their second album Red charting at nine.

Other new entries in the album chart include SupergrassDiamond Hoo Ha at number 19 and Counting Crows at Number 12 with their fifth album ‘Saturday Nights and Sunday Mornings’ — their highest position in the UK charts for 12 years.

The Top Ten UK singles are:

1. Estelle Feat. Kanye West – ‘American Boy
2. Flo Rida Feat. T-Pain – ‘Low’
3. Duffy – ‘Mercy’
4. Sam Sparro – ‘Black And Gold’
5. Madonna Feat. Justin Timberlake – ‘4 Minutes’
6. Leona Lewis – ‘Better In Time/Footprints In The Sand’
7. Nickelback – ‘Rockstar’
8. Chris Brown – ‘With You’
9. OneRepublic – ‘Stop And Stare’
10. Alphabeat – ‘Fascination’

The Top Ten UK albums are:

1. Duffy – ‘Rockferry’
2. Panic At The Disco – ‘Pretty.Odd’
3. Foals – ‘Antidotes’
4. Leona Lewis – ‘Spirit’
5. OneRepublic – ‘Dreaming Out Loud’
6. Nickelback – ‘All The Right Reasons’
7. Amy Winehouse – ‘Back To Black: The Deluxe Edition’
8. The Raconteurs – ‘Consolers Of The Lonely’
9. Guillemots – ‘Red’
10. Muse – ‘HAARP’


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