The top three is unchanged for yet another week with Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" (third week at #1), Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" and Capital Cities' "Safe and Sound" keeping the positions one to three.
Video - Robin Thicke
Audio - Daft Punk
Video - Capital Cities
It's also great
to see OneRepublic having Germany as their best (and perhaps the only huge)
market worldwide as "Counting Stars", the third single from the guys'
"Native" album, advancing four to #6. It does matches the peak of
previous single "If I Lose Myself". It's the seventh song of OneRepublic
reaching the top ten in Germany.
New to the top ten this week is
Bastille's "Pompeii", which soars from #22 to #7. It is the first song
of the British band to ever chart in Germany, and will definitely be one
of the hits there this summer.
It took a few weeks but Calvin
Harris finally has his best performing single in Germany as "I Need Your
Love" makes a move to #13 from #17. Harris has, however, a #1 song on
his account with his participation in Rihanna's "We Found Love".
surprisingly due to the lack of any promotion and in view of its
performance elsewhere, Fergie's "Great Gatsby" title "A Little Party
Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)" climbs six to #15, becoming the fourth
solo single of the Black Eyed Peas star in Germany. (Yes, I know that
Q-Tip and Goonrock are also credited but who cares...)
UK's former #1 "La La La"
of Naughty Boy is also making its way towards the upper reaches of the
German countdown as the song moves nine to #26. It's the first single for
Naughty Boy and singer Sam Smith in Germany's top 100.
heavy promotion on MTV/VIVA, Tom Odell finally has hit worldwide with
"Another Love", which this week rises four to #30.
UK star Dizzee Rascal has been in the German top 50 only once as a lead artist so far with the #48 peak of "Dance wiv Me" in 2008. Now, however, with the support of the one Robbie Williams, his "Goin' Crazy" debuts at the rather better #32.
Five positions behind, at #37, Alex Hepburn's "Under" makes a welcome comeback in the top 50, an increase from #70.
At #42 Jason Derulo's "The Other Side" returns to the top 50, up from #80, while "If You Could See Me Now", The Script's follow-up to #2 hit "Hall Of Fame" advances seven to #45.
Video - Jason Derulo
Video - The Script
In between, C.G.
Project feat. EbGb by Carmen Geiss are responsible for the second new
entry in the top 100 called "My City Miami", which comes in at #44.
And the other new entries this week:
90. Sebastian Ingrosso & Tommy Trash & John Martin - Reload
96. Olly Murs - Army Of Two
The Album Chart
duo Die Amigos score their fourth number one album this week as "Im Herzen"
debuts directly at the top, replacing Black Sabath's "13", which moves
down to #2. LaBrassBanda, who were beaten for the Eurovision contest by Cascada, register a small victory as their third studio album "Europa" enters new at #3. Also new is the "Mythology" compilation of Bee Gees at #9.