1 (-) AQUA: DOCTOR JONES
Proving they're no one hit wonders, Aqua have topped the charts with their follow up to Barbie Girl.
2 (1) USHER: YOU MAKE ME WANNA...
Usher spent one week at the top. Scots can see him supporting Janet Jackson this summer.
3 (-) WILL SMITH: Gettin' Jiggy Wit It
The Men In Black star is back with his follow up to the chart-topping title song from the film.
4 (2) ALL SAINTS: Never Ever
All Saints are set to do well at the Brits next week but keep them away from The Spice Girls.
5 (4) LIGHTHOUSE FAMILY: High
Scots fan can catch them at Aberdeen E&CC on May 22 and Glasgow SECC on May 23.
6 (7) ROBBIE WILLIAMS: Angels
He's Take That's most successful solo star, with his fourth solo hit.
7 (-) AARON CARTER: Crazy Little Party Girl
The 10-year-old Aaron has followed up his last top ten hit Crush On You.
8 (3) CATATONIA: Mulder And Scully
The Welsh band have found that the truth is out there as far as record sales are concerned.
9 (8) JANET JACKSON: Together Again
She's the world's most successful female artist and is coming to Scotland in June.
10 (6) BAMBOO: Bamboogie
The club remake of KC & The Sunshine Band's Get Down Tonight continues to do well. . ALBUM OF THE WEEK
GOLDIE: SATURNZ RETURN
Goldie's latest isn't for the faint-hearted. It's weird and it won't be everybody's cup of tea. The king of the jungle sounds is back with a double CD - spanning over two hours - which includes a bizarre pseudo-classical epic called Mother.
That track drags on for 60 minutes.
At it's most commercial, this makes Brian Eno and Stockhausen sound like The Lighthouse Family.
SINGLE OF THE WEEK
CLEOPATRA: CLEOPATRA'S THEME
Aqua have got competition from Manchester's latest pop sensations. Soul sisters Yonah, 13, Cleo, 15, and Zainam, 17, can sing and Cleo writes their songs. Now they're chartbound after being discovered by bad boy rap star Mark Morrison.
Zainam said: "Our ambition is to be one of the best groups Britain has ever seen. I'd also like to perform a duet with Michael Jackson and sing with The Spice Girls."
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Feb 6, 1998|
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