As Avicii's "Wake Me Up" spends a ninth week on top, it's "Roar" of Katy Perry the hit which will most probably replace it at the top as the song climbs one to #2. Thus, Naughty Boy has to slip a position to #3 with "La La La".
Video - Avicii
Video - Naughty Boy
Video - Katy Perry
Also on the rise, and already her biggest single in
the country is "Burn" by Ellie Goulding, which moves two to #4. Olly
Murs follows close as his "Dear Darlin'" is up five, sitting comfortably
at #5. Two places below the UK star, Stromae's "Papaoutai" continues to surprise
as it goes up two to #7.
Video - Ellie Goulding
Video - Olly Murs
Video - Stromae
The highest new entry marks the return
of German band Revolverheld after a three-year pause and solo projects.
"Das kann uns keiner nehmen" enters at #10 on a wave of strong radio
support and becomes the third top ten single of the Hamburg-founded
group next to football anthem "Helden 2008" (peak #2) and their previous
chart entry "Halt dich an mir fest" (peak #8).
On the rise in
its second week in the chart is also Eminem's "Berzerk", up three to
#12, and now with a released video the song maybe will turn into
Eminem's next top ten single.*
Following the release of a new
vocal version, the sales of "Sonnentanz", Klangkarussell's already top five single in Germany, were boosted to bring the song back in the top
20, up to #16 from #54 in its 56th week on the countdown.
The top 20 is this week entered also by
European hit "Animals" of Martin Garrix, which has already stormed the
charts in France, the Netherlands and Switzerland and now soars to #17
Video - Martin Garrix
At #23 Imagine Dragons' third single "On Top Of The
World" advances six positions and is soon to be seen in the top 20. Also
climbing is "Willst Du", which can be found at #30, up five,
representing the first single of Alligatoah inside the top 30. At #31 US
band Family Of The Year moves up five in its second week in the chart
with "Hero" as the radio-friendly song is gaining in airplay.
Audio - Imagine Dragons
Video - Alligatoah
Video - Family of the Year
may be number one for ages but that doesn't stop now superstar Avicii to
release new material, which results "You Make Up" in entering the Germany's
Top 100 at #34. It is the sixth single of the Swedish DJ to enter the
Also new, and coinciding with the current hype for comedy
acts on YouTube is "Ich Trau Mich Nicht" of ApeCrime, which comes in at
#35. It is the first single of the trio in the countdown.
down the chart, Robin Thicke's follow-up to "Blurred Lines" is
advancing as "Give It 2 U" rises five to #36, while in the second week
on the list Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' gay marriage support anthem
"Same Love" enters the top 50 at #38, up from #55. It is the third
single of the two US stars in the top 40. More curiously though "And We
Danced", which has been a top 20 presence in the online shops for months
now, is still not allowed to chart in the official countdown. Go
Video - Robin Thicke
Video - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Local rapper Marteria has followed his chart topper "Lila
Wolken" with charity single "Blue Uganda", which stalled outside the top
50, while now he is back with proper new material as "Big Bang" enters the
chart at #40.
A single thought also on Pink's "True Love", which though not a true hit, at least makes a new peak at #43, up from #50.
finally, Hurts are back in the chart with the third single of their
second album as "Somebody To Die For" appears at #46, improvement
compared with the #52 peak of "Blind". B-side of the current single is
actually "Ohne dich", a cover of a song of local band "Selig", which
this week comes fresh at #88.
And the other new entries this week:
57. Schiller With Albrecht Mayer - Swan Lake
81. Laleh - Some Die Young
83. Lorde - Tennis Court
85. Calvin Harris Feat. Ayah Marar - Thinking About You
88. Hurts - Ohne Dich
98. Claire - The Next Ones To Come
99. Weekend - Schatz, Du Arschloch!
The Album Chart
new entries come directly among the first eleven places in Germany's
album chart this week with only Santiano's "Mit Den Gezeiten" remaining
there from the previous chart. The parade is led by the latest album of
Schiller, called "Opus", which easily becomes the fourth album of the
electro musician to reach #1. Thees Uhlmann's appropriately named "#2"
is at #2, followed by (take a deep breath) rapper Weekend's "Am
Wochenende Rapper" at #3, rock band Frei.Wild's "Gegen Alles, Gegen
Nichts" at #4, Nine Inch Nails' "Hesitation Marks" at #5, Tarja's
"Colours In The Dark" at #6, folk rock group Schandmaul's "So Weit, So
Gut" at #7, Kreator's "Dying Alive" at #9, Babyshambles' "Sequel To The
Prequel" at #10 and Patrice's "The Rising Of The Son" at #11.