(There'll be no videos for the time being)
From one of the stranger number ones this year to the next one as French
dance project Klingande rises with "Jubel" four to become the new king
of the German singles chart. Even more surprisingly, "Hey Brother" of
Avicii shoots itself from #10 to #2, on its way to become the second
biggest hit of the Swedish musician in the country even without a video
and official release. That leads us to James Blunt and his "Bonfire
Heart", which slips to three from a one-week stay at #1.
Local curiosity, Milky Chance makes it this week to the top ten with "Stolen Dance" as the song goes up eleven to #7.
down the chart, Lorde's "Royals" enters the top 20 at #18, up from #39,
while the highest new entry belongs to Depeche Mode at #19. The band
continues to surprise with their fanbase in the country, so it is not
strange that "Should Be Higher", the third single from their
multi-selling "Delta Machine", makes it inside the top 20. It even
improves on the #22 peak of previous single "Soothe My Soul".
Bastille managed to have a new hit in Germany as "Things We Lost In The
Fire", the follow-up to "Pompeii" (peak #6), climbs six to #20.
position behind the UK band, the explosive combination of Pitbull and
Kesha called "Timber" skyrockets to #21 from #90. It is the eleventh
single of Pitbull in the top 30.
At #33 Eminem's "Survival" moves up
five in its second week in the chart. The US star has even brought
another single to the chart this week as "Rap Gold" debuts at #42.
the back of a performance on the Supertalent show, Celine Dion's 90s
French song "Pour Que Tu M'Aimes Encore" reappears at #39. The song was
never a hit back in the 1990s.
Further down, at #41, Ylvis and "The
Fox" moves up four, while the every new week new single policy brings a
new song of Justin Bieber at #46. It is called "All That Matters".
And the other new entries this week:
63. Dicks On Fire Feat. Lena - Revolution
72. Helene Fischer - Mit Keinem Andern
80. Brings - Kölsche Jung
91. Rihanna - What Now
The Album Chart
Helene Fischer is only the third act this year to manage to have two back-to-back stays as a number one in the album chart as her "Farbenspiel" is unmovable. After two albums with peaks at #4, The BossHoss have their biggest album yet with the arrival of "Flames Of Fame" at #2. Andrea Berg's "Atlantis" follows at #3, while three new offerings can be found at positions four to six. At #4 Pearl Jam's "Lightning Bolt" becomes the band's fourth album to peak at #4 in Germany (previous LP "
Backspacer" reached #3). A position behind, local band Jupiter Jones have their first top ten album with "Das Gegenteil Von Allem", while Paul McCartney's "New" is new at #6. VNV Nation have their second top ten album as "TransNational" enters at #9, while Trivium's "Vengeance Falls" is also their second album to ever crack the top ten as it arrives at #10.