Video - Klingande
Lyric Video - Adel Tawil
Video - Pitbull
In its third week on the countdown, Faul & Wad Ad Vs Pnau rise five to #5 with "Changes", while at #13 Helene Fischer has her best performing single ever with "Atemlos durch die Nacht". By rising from #31, the second single from Helene's multi-selling album "Farbenspiel" improves considerably on the #20 peak of previous one "Fehlerfrei".
Video - Faul & Wad
Audio - Helene Fischer
In the steps of Martin Garrix' "Animals", Canadian electronic music duo Dvbbs and US DJ Borgeous are rising high in the German chart as "Tsunami" moves from #26 to #18.
The highest new entry belongs to Sean Paul and "Turn It Up", as the second single from Paul's "Full Frequency" album enters at #21. It is, however, far from the #3 peak of pilot single "The Other Side Of Love".
At #23, up from #27, Katy Perry is advancing rather slowly towards the top 20 with "Unconditionally". Up one in its second week to #24 is also "Unter die Haut" of Tim Bendzko and Cassandra Steen.
Video - Katy Perry
Video - Tim Bendzko
Further down the list, with the approaching of Christmas, the usual bunch of holiday hits is finding its way towards the upper reaches of the countdown. Once again Wham!'s "Last Christmas" leads, as the song soars this week to #32 from #70. Melanie Thornton's "Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming)" is up to #38 from #80, while Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" is at #50, an increase from #88.
Video - Wham!
Video - Melanie
Video - Mariah
Coinciding with the debut of his latest album at #1, some Sido album tracks have also invaded the singles chart. First of them is "Arbeit", a collaboration with Helge Schneider, which is at #33.
And finally at #37, Afrojack's "The Spark" advances seven places to a new peak position.
And the other new entries this week:
51. Sido - Liebe
53. Andreas Kümmert - If You Don't Know Me By Now
56. Sido feat. Genetikk & Marsimoto - Maskerade
67. Justin Bieber - Change Me
99. Sido - Fühl dich frei
The Album Chart
Bad news this week for Britney Spears, whose latest album "Britney Jean" flops disastrously at #20 in the German LP chart and easily becomes the first album of the